Feb 27, 2013 7:26PM
That's Hollywood for you! Promote violence and then cry out loud about mass killings, show and teach adolescents how to be irresponsible and not be good contributing human beings, etc. Then trying to tell us "IT'S NOT OUR FAULT!" Hypocrites!
Feb 27, 2013 8:21PM
It's Hollywood ,, AND, MSN doing the heavy promotion.. Indeed, they're the standard of hypocracy!!
Feb 28, 2013 2:59AM
This is why America is such a screwed up country. You cry and complain about gun violence and kids in schools being killed, but you glamorize it on the movie screen. You cry and complain about the state of affairs with young kids getting involved in drugs, alcohol and sex at way too young an age, but again, you glamorize it on the movie screen. SHAME ON YOU AMERICA!! Just deal with it as your country heads further down the path of destruction.
And what's really ironic is that the US government recently gave the Hollywood industry $182 billion dollars to keep doing what they're doing. But the victims of Superstorm Sandy still suffer. What a hypocritical country you are!!! No wonder the world hates you.
Feb 28, 2013 3:59AM
Its funny how all of you are quick to blame Hollywood or the "Movies" for any issue's in the world or most importantly the USA. It's not Hollywood's fault for what happens in this country. It's the person that decides what they choose to do. It's way to easy to put the blame game on others because you do not take responsibility for your actions. And for those that don't like this country. You can go in any direction in the USA until you cross a border, no one is stopping you.
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"American Pie" (1999)
The Weitz brothers struck gold with this raunchy sex comedy, in which four high school seniors (Jason Biggs, Chris Klein, Thomas Ian Nicholas and Eddie Kaye Thomas) make a pledge to lose their virginity before the end of the school year. A post-prom party seems like their best chance.
Raunchy is the key word. According to the Internet Movie Database, it took the studio and filmmakers four tries to get a more desirable R rating from the MPAA (instead of a box-office-killing NC-17). It was worth the effort, though: The film grossed $101 million in the United States alone and spawned three theatrical sequels (as well as four direct-to-video follow-ups).
Memorable moment or quote: In the scene that inspired the film's title, clueless, desperate Jim (Biggs) gets, ahem, up close and personal with baked goods. He's caught in the act by his father (scene-stealer Eugene Levy), who tells his embarrassed son, "We'll just tell your mother that ... we ate it all."