AMERICAN REUNION

April 6, 2012

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American Reunion-Well Worth Returning For!

You won’t regret attending this reunion. It’s worth a full price ticket!

The excitement of a high school reunion! When people come together to see how screwed up or how well everyone from their graduating class is doing. Don’t worry, for this reunion you don’t have to loose any weight or try to make your life seem more interesting than it is. Just buy your ticket and enjoy the event from your seat!

Directors Jon Hurwitz and Hayden Schlossberg team up to bring us the next “American” sequel. The original cast mates: Jim (Jason Biggs), Michelle (Alyson Hannigan), Kevin (Thomas Ian Nicholas), Finch (Eddie Kaye Thomas), Oz (Chris Klein), Stifler (Seann William Scott), entertain us with a return to East Great Falls, Michigan for their high school reunion.

The gang seeks to revive the carefree lifestyle they enjoyed when they were younger. Reconnecting with friends they haven’t seen in a while, the graduating class reminisce about days gone by and try to make sense out of where they are in life and the decisions they’ve made. Something that many of us do when we take a trip down memory lane.

It wouldn’t be an American Reunion without the hilarious antics and crazy situations this group always manages to find themselves in. In this go-around, the friends try working their way through relationship woes, job dissatisfaction, parenthood, and your basic run of the mill mediocrity: all the delights adulthood has to offer.

We don’t think this movie was as funny as the first, but given this is the umpteenth sequel, the writers did a good job of maintaining the quirkiness of each character and at the same time maturing them to believable 30 something’s. They did not skimp on the funny; you will be laughing from beginning to end. We don’t want to give away too much; you’ll have to see it for yourself. If you’ve seen any of the prequels you won’t be disappointed. If you haven’t, you have a lot of catching up to do!

As innocent as this movie looks, it is rated R. This is for adults only leave the kids at home and have a good time at the reunion!

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