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American Pie

Released

Jul 09, 1999

MPAA Rating

R

Director

Paul Weitz

Cast

Jason Biggs
Chris Klein
Thomas Ian Nicholas
Eddie Kaye Thomas
Seann William Scott

Studio

1999 Universal Pictures

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Synopsis

Jim (Jason Biggs), Oz ( Chris Klein), Finch ( Eddie Kaye Thomas) and Kevin (Thomas Ian Nicholas) are high school seniors that make a pledge to lose their virginity before prom night.

Content Details

Why Is American Pie Rated R?

American Pie is rated R for strong sexuality, crude sexual dialogue, language and drinking, all involving teens.

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Here is additional information on sex, violence and profanity in American Pie...

Portrayals of teens engaging in sexual activities (masturbation, oral sex, and the use of other objects to create sexual pleasure), using sex as a recreational diversion, and drinking alcohol. Some nudity shown in a sexual situation.

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A group of teens with better ambitions for Prom Night are depicted in High School Musical 3:Senior Year. Jason Biggs appears in the family friendly movie Eight Below.

Canadian Movie Ratings

BC
SK
18A Suggestive Scenes, Coarse Language
AB 18A Sexual Content May Offend.
MB 14A Unrated version rated 18 - Restricted / Rated Version: 14A Foul Language
ON Not Rated Adult Accompaniment: Coarse Language, Sexual Content
QC 13+
NB
NS
NL
PE
Not Rated

Canadian Home Video Rating: 14A

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Details on home video releases of American Pie...

Home Video Notes:American Pie

Release Date: 21 December 1999

With American Pie’s video release, Universal Studios decided to provide the R-version along with a second “unrated” version that includes the front cover message “UNRATED: The version you couldn’t see in theaters”. I can only assume the cuts made to achieve the R-rating are now replaced, which means this is essentially an NC-17 movie, aimed directly at teenagers.

For Canadian families, the problem is even worse. The CMPDA (Canadian Motion Picture Distributors Association) has branded both versions as 14A, meaning in their opinion, this film is suitable for teens over 14 while those under 14 should watch with an adult.

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