J. J Woehr | Lindenhurst, NY United States | 12/19/2006
(3 out of 5 stars)
"American Pie: Naked Mile is surprisingly a more entertainng made for video movie than the Band Camp one. It's more funny than the last one as well. Erik Stiffler "yes yet another Stiffler but this one is a cousin" who's the only virgin of the family. His g/f wants to wait to have sex and he was with her for 2 years so it's holding him back from having sex. She gives him a guilt free pass to have sex for a weekend when he goes on a trip to check out a college with friends.
The result is a surprisingly good time and it's of course raunchy since it's an American Pie movie. I do admit that some of it's perverted jokes go on a little too long though. Still it's smarter and more watchable than the last made for video movie. Plus Steve Talley is better as one of Stiffler's brothers than the one from the Band Camp movie. I mean the one from Band Camp tried way too hard to be Sean William Scott. Talley just gives his own performance and is one of the funnier people in the movie. It's funny how he has a little feud "no pun intended" going on with midgets. "
Entertaining sexy college comedy, plenty of nudity
mrtea | Wisconsin, USA | 12/31/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I liked this movie, and I immediately watched some of the tracks (scenes) several times...such as the Naked Mile race and the underwear party. There was more nudity than I expected throughout the movie, and that alone made the dvd worth watching. And I plan on watching the dvd a couple more times. The comedy of the movie was OK (not top-notch...but OK), and some of the subplots were OK...such as the romance between the young Stifler and his girlfriend. And the young Stifler's girlfriend was cute and innocent...which was a nice contrast with other girls that were wilder. College girl nudity in this dvd includes: girl's locker room, stripping naked before the Naked Mile race and standing around waiting for the race to start, running naked and bouncing along for the Naked Mile race, and sex in several frat rooms. I can't remember the last time that I saw this many naked bouncing breasts...bouncing...bouncing (most were natural). But even after all the nudity, the girls at the underwear party were sexy too. There is some full frontal nudity for females during the movie, but not male full frontal. I own some movies of the actual annual Naked Mile races in Michigan, but those movies were filmed with poor lighting and the picture is "grainy"...lacking in picture sharpness....because the Naked Mile race takes place at night (its dark...there's not enough light). But for this American Pie movie, they used proper lighting and equipment to show their version of the Naked Mile race with sharp picture detail...very watchable. Overall, this American Pie movie was better than I expected. If you like college comedies with T&A, I expect that you will like it."
Ok, entertaining at times, some humor, but the story is gett
Wiseguy 945 | Cedar Rapids, IA | 12/22/2006
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Released straight to DVD, The Naked Mile is the 5th movie in the american pie series. The last two, Band Camp and this one, concentrate on the Family of Stiffler. This one has a cousing of The original Stiffler, Erik, who visits another cousin at Michigan for their annual Naked Mile party. The original stiffler family is gone. Erik is a different Stiffler, he has a concience and a brain other than the one down below. But, the movie line is the same, High School Kids wanting to have sex. And hopefully they don't create any more stifflers, it getting old. But, the movie has its funny parts, but its no classic like the first three. How much teenage Angst can you squeeze out of a series, this one is testing the limit. Also, this unrated version pushes the nudity up to an all new level for the series. So, an entertaining rental, but not a must have."
Bringing the American Pie movies back to rude, crude and out
terpfan1980 | Somewhere near Washington DC, United States | 12/24/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Ok class, time for a review -- The first American Pie movie? outrageously funny. Rude, crude, surprising, shocking and absolutely hilarious. The second American Pie movie? uh, take the rude and crude and basically toss it out and leave behind a movie that was ok, but not nearly as good as the predecessor. Third movie? (American Pie Wedding) was too much love story and not so much humor. Ok, but again, didn't hold a candle to the original. Fourth movie? (Band Camp) went in the wrong direction completely. Drop it from the collection please. Fifth movie -- American Pie Presents The Naked Mile. Now THAT IS WHAT I'M TALKING ABOUT! Back to the rude, crude, immoral, outrageous and laugh out long and loud funny movie formula that made the first movie so entertaining. Too much Stiffler? Not at all.
Plenty of hot babes showing plenty of skin. A humorous 'little' war between fraternities both big and uh, small. And a story of a guy trying to be true to his girl while facing enough temptation to distract all but the most dedicated.
Most definitely not academy award or golden globe material (Heh, he said globe ;-) ) but funny none the less. Go into it with the right attitude and laugh your rear off. Look for high brow material elsewhere if you must."
FULL-SCREEN BUYER BEWARE
A. Falcon | Brooklyn, NY | 04/30/2008
(1 out of 5 stars)
"The unrated full-screen edition of this movie occasionally wants to be the R-rated version; in addition, it doesn't offer all the bonus features it promises.
At 0:09:42 a young woman emerges from the "shower room" wearing underwear. In the unrated widescreen version, she emerges wearing nothing.
At 1:11:23 several female runners wearing caps and goggles appear topless. The widescreen version shows them fully nude.
At 1:41:32, after the closing credits, the following message appears: "This Motion Picture Has Been Rated R." A similar notice appears before the movie begins.
Missing from the bonus features on this disc are "The Yoga Guide to Getting Girls" and "The Bare Essentials," even though the back cover of the DVD case lists these as included segments. (The widescreen version does contain them.)
Your best bet, therefore, is to get the unrated widescreen version. Sadly, Universal Studios doesn't include both full-screen and widescreen editions on one disc as some other studios do. In a case like this one, simply turning the disc over would have solved the problem. You'd get a letterboxed picture indeed, but at least an accurate, unbutchered one."