With its tongue only slightly in its cheek, the poster for this third slice of American Pie describes it as the climax of a "saga" - as opposed to the last sequel it can reasonably get away with. But maybe there will be a spate of Phantom Menace-style prequels, with Jason Biggs playing a young, square 1960s version of his dad, now played by Eugene Levy. Something like: The First Pie - here's how it went in the oven.
Anyway, the Pie series has been a huge smash; it gave Levy a box office Indian summer in youth movies and a big leg-up to the career of Sean William Scott, an actor who can play charming dorks really well with the right script. Pie 3 has got some amiable high spirits and all the regulation grossout moments and nightmare embarrassments.
American Pie-The Weeding