Well, of course mom forgetsher purse and they turn the car around and of course grandma has to pee so shecomes back in with them, and wait for it… of course they catch him in the act,the end of it I should add. The only cast memberthat gave me hope was Eugene Levy who I love in all the Christopher Guestfilms , but even he seemed to just be going through the motions for a quickpaycheck with nothing new or funny to bring to the table. So if this sounds like your type of humor gofor it, if you prefer less penis Olympiads and poop jokes you may want to lookelsewhere. The Yoga Guide to Getting Girls: Yes of course there areerection jokes, did you expect any less? Deleted and Extended Scenes:
Placing American Pie in the title is a shameless rip-off. This is just a generic youthploitation film. The two lead characters are an innocent high school senior and his rowdy college-aged cousin. The only connections to the American Pie films are that both main characters are named Stifler, and that they run into "Jim's dad" Eugene Levy, milking the role for every paycheck he can get. Levy's character makes some references to things which took place in the earlier films, but the connections are perfunctory and unnecessary. The references have been cobbled in clumsily just so the distributors can profit from the titular connection to the familiar and beloved franchise.
DVD Review – ‘American Pie Presents – The Naked Mile’
It is mildly amusing, but nothing that hasn't been done before. Akin to the waxing scene in 40 Year Old Virgin, but real, there is a lot of hairy keister on display, but ultimately the feature isn't that compelling. The deleted and extended scenes are all decent cuts; most of what was left on the floor made the movie better. In the end, nothing really stands out as extra saucy or tasty from what's offered.
Printer Friendly The Movie It really is amazing how terrible a movie can be and yet still earn a big enthusiastic DVD release as if it were an actual piece of filmed entertainment that's worthy of your time, money and effort. The Naked Mile is one of the lamest, laziest and most shockingly amateurish comedies I've ever seen. The fact that Universal wants to keep riding the "American Pie" gravy train is no big shock; that they put so little effort or creativity into these video sequels, well, it's kind of a slap in the face. Just because someone's looking for a mindless college comedy, that doesn't mean that person is a mentally-deficient moron -- but that's precisely what The Naked Mile and its equally pathetic predecessor, Band Camp is: