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  • directorJon Hurwitz
  • directorHayden Schlossberg

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Soundrack Albums

  • American ReunionRelativity Media Soundtracks

    Released: April 3, 2012

    Formats: CD, Digital (54 min)

Song Credits

  • 'BUMP 'N' GRIND'
    Written and Performed by R. Kelly
    Courtesy of The RCA Records Label
    By arrangement with Sony Music Licensing
    Written by Carbin Knowles
    Performed by SEX-O-RAMA
    Courtesy of Oglio Entertainment
    By arrangement with PEN Music Group, Inc.
    Written by Tyler Glenn, Timothy Pagnotta
    Performed by Neon Trees
    Courtesy of The Island Def Jam Music Group
    Under license from Universal Music Enterprises
    Written by John Fulford, Jeff MacDonald, Marcela Wojtczak
    Performed by Yunker
    Courtesy of Louder Productions and John Fulford Music
    Written by Nicholas Ditri, Daniel Boselovic, Patrick Ridge, Steven Love, Angelina Araya, Jeremy Carr, Brian Lee
    Performed by Disco Fries featuring Jeremy Carr & Hyper Crush
    Courtesy of Strictly Rhythm Records, Inc.
    Written by Jonathan Levi
    Performed by Pop Levi
    Courtesy of Counter Recordes
    By arrangement with Zync Music Group LLC
    Written by Greg Hatwell, Marc Lane
    Courtesy of FirstCom Music
    Written by Richard Scott Dasher, Robert J. Walsh, James Ekblom Moore
    Performed by RIck Dasher
    Courtesy of The Chicago Music Library, Malibu, CA
    Written by Merrill Nisker
    Performed by Peaches
    Courtesy of XL Recordings Limited
  • 'I'M A MAN'
    Written by Soeren Christensen, Steffen Westmark, Allan Villadsen, Per Joergensen
    Performed by The Blue Van
    Courtesy of Iceberg Records A/S
    By arrangement with Zync Music Group LLC
    Written by Kevin Waddington
    Performed by Phunkpiranha
    Courtesy of RipTide Music Inc.
  • 'I GET MY WAY'
    Written by Jay Condiotti, Nadia Fay FInkelstein
    Performed by Jay Condiotti
    Courtesy of Crucial Music Corporation
    Written by Thomas Ian Nicholas, Damien Starkey, Bobby Amaru
    Performed by Thomas Nicholas Band
    Courtesy of Give 2 Get Music Group
    Written by Jeff Harber, Jayce Basques, Adam Humphrey, Aaron Prim
    Performed by DownDownDown
    Courtesy of Movie Song Vault
    Written by Benji Madden, Joel Madden, Don George Gilmore
    Performed by Good Charlotte
    Courtesy of Capitol Records LLC
    Under license from EMI Film & Television Music
    Written by Shane Cooney, DAniel Jordan, Derek Kinsella
    Performed by Kopek
    Courtesy of Religion Music
    Under license from Intellectual Property Rights Holdings
    Written by Ali Theodore, Vincent Alfieri
    Performed by Mikey Likes It
    Courtesy of DeeTown Entertainment
    Written by Gerard Way, Ray Toro, Michael Way, Frank Iero, Bob Bryar
    Performed by My Chemical Romance
    Courtesy of Reprise Records
    By arrangement with Warner Music Group Film & TV Licensing
    Written by Ina Wroldsen, Steve Mac
    Performed by Cobra Starship featuring Sabi
    Courtesy of Fueled By Ramen/Atlantic Recording Corp.
    Sabi appears courtesy of Warner Bros. Records Inc.
    By arrangement with Warner Music Group Film & TV Licensing
    Written by Ali Theodore, Jordan Yaeger, Yusef Jackson, Jack Mizrahi
    Performed by Jack Miz
    Courtesy of DeeTown Entertainment
  • 'PARTY ON'
    Written by Nicholas Ditri, Daniel Boselovic, Richard Mark Bailey
    Performed by Disco Fries featuring Honorebel
    Courtesy of Arkatone Music/AV8 Records
  • 'WASTED'
    Written by Lenard Skolnik, Robert D. Pettit, Tristan Parris, Jonathan Price
    Performed by Money Fame & Love
    Courtesy of Bok Music
    Written by Eric Goldman, Zachary Hexum, Lauren Vogel
    Performed by D.T.F.
    Courtesy of the LA Outfit
    Written by Patrick Riden, Brandon Walden, Pedro Pizarro, Nathan Parsell
    Performed by Amely
    Courtesy of HD Music Now
    By arrangement with Syncalicious Music
    Written by Luther Campbell, David Hobbs, Mark Ross, Ricardo Williams, Chris Wong Won
    Performed by The 2 Live Crew
    Courtesy of Lil' Joe Records, Inc.
    Written by Jay Deasel
    Performed by Marisa Cristina
    Courtesy of The Diner Music
    Written by Victoria Beckham, Melanie Brown, Emma Bunton, Melanie Chisholm, Geri Halliwell, Matt Rowe, Richard Frederick Stannard
    Performed by The Spice Girls
    Courtesy of Virgin Records Ltd.
    By arrangement with EMI Film & TV Licensing
    Written by Marc Gay, Carl Martin
    Performed by Shai
    Courtesy of Geffen Records
    Under license from Universal Music Enterprises
    Written by Judith Abbott, Duncan Bruce, Darren Hamer, Paul Greco, Nigel Hunter, Alice Nutter, Louise Watts, Alan Whalley
    Written by Benjamin Levin, Sean Foreman, Lukasz Gottwald, Nathaniel Motte
    Performed by 3OH!3 featuring Ke$ha
    Courtesy of Photo Finish Records/Atlantic Recording Corp.
    By arrangement with Warner Music Group Film & TV Licensing
    Ke$ha appears courtesy of RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment
    Written and Performed by Renald Francoeur
    Courtesy of Black Toast Records
    Written gy Gavin Heaney
    Performed by Latch Key Kid
    Courtesy of Experience Music Group
    Written by Stephen Lang, Jamie Dunlap, Scott Nickoley, Marc Ferrari
    Courtesy of FirstCom Music
    Written by Stefan Gordy, Kenneth Oliver, George Robertson, David Listenbee, Erin Beck
    Performed by LMFAO
    Courtesy of Interscope Records
    Under license from Universal Music Enterprises
  • 'BEAT ME'
    Written by Louis Yoelin, Stefan Litrownik
    Performed by Above Envy
    Courtesy of d2 Music
  • 'SHOTS'
    Written by Sklyer Gordy, Stefan Gordy, Jonathan Smith, Eric Delatorre
    Performed by LMFAO featuring Lil Jon
    Courtesy of Interscope Records
    Under license from Universal Music Enterprises
    Written by Ali Theodore, Sarai Howard, Joseph Katsaros Julian Michael Davis
    Performed by Miss Eighty6
    Courtesy of DeeTown Entertainment
  • 'POOL ROOM #1'
    Written and Performed by David Lawrence
    Courtesy of Universal Studios
    Written by Ali Theodore, Yusef Jackson, Jordan Yaeger, Alana Da Fonseca
    Performed by The DeeKompressors
    Courtesy of DeeTown Entertainment
    Written and Performed by Al Green
    Courtesy of Hi Records
    By arrangement with Fat Possum Records
  • 'ALMOST'
    Written by Robert Lindsey, DAvid Jarnstrom, Eric Malmberg, JEremy Tappero
    Performed by Attention
    Courtesy of Brass Tacks Records
    Written by Kenton Nix, Christopher Kenner, Ini Kamoze, Salaam Gibbs
    Performed by StooShe
    Courtesy of Warner Music U.K. Ltd.
    By arrangement with Warner Music Group Film & TV Licensing
    Written by Nik Frost, Greg Coats, Brian Murphy, Peter Perdichizzi, Sean De Mott
    Performed by The Bangkok Five
    Courtesy of Fundamental Music
    Written by John Kimberough
    Performed by Toothpick Warriors
    Courtesy of Gridiron Greats Music
  • 'KICK ASS'
    Written by Blake Allison, John Falls, Jeffrey James, Skidd Mills, Joseph Waiser
    Performed by Egypt Central
    Courtesy of Fat Lady Music/Rhino Independent
    By arrangement with Warner Music Group Film & TV Licensing
    Written by Stephen Jenkins
    Performed by Third Eye Blind
    Courtesy of Elektra Entertainment Group
    By arrangement with Warner Music Group Film & TV Licensing
    Written by Dan Wilson
    Performed by Semisonic
    Courtesy of Geffen Records
    Under license from Universal Music Enterprises
    Written by Kevin Baldes, Alan Popoff, Jeremy Popoff, Allen Shellenberger
    Performed by Lit
    Courtesy of RCA Records Label
    By arrangement with Sony Music Licensing
  • 'SWAY'
    Written and Performed by Bic Runga
    Courtesy of Sony Music Entertainment (New Zealand) Ltd & Columbia Records
    By arrangement with Sony Music Entertainment (New Zealand) Ltd & Columbia Records
    By arrangement with Sony Music Licensing
  • 'POISON'
    Written by Elliott Straite
    Performed by Bell Biv DeVoe
    Courtesy of Geffen Records
    Under license from Universal Music Enterprises
    Written by Donny Brown, Doug Corella, AJ Dunning, Brad Vander Ark, Brian Vander Ark
    Performed by The Verve Pipe
    Courtesy of The RCA Records Label
    By arrangement with Sony Music Licensing
    Written by Montell Jordan, Ricky Walter, Oji Pierce
    Performed by Montell Jordan
    Courtesy of The Island Def Jam Music Group
    Under license from Universal Music Enterprises
    Written and Performed by David Lawrence
    Courtesy of Universal Studios
    Written by Aquil Davidson, Eldra DeBarge, William DeBarge, Anton Hollins, Etterlene Jordan, David Porter, Teddy Riley, Markell Riley, Pharrell Williams, David J. Wynn
    Performed by Wreckx-N-Effect
    Courtesy of Geffen Records
    Under license from Universal Music Enterprises
    Samples 'Blind Alley'
    Performed by The Emotions
    Courtesy of Stax Records/Concord Music Group, Inc.
    Written by Kenneth Edmonds
    Performed by Boyz II Men
    Courtesy of Motown Records
    Under license from Universal Music Enterprises
  • 'LAID'
    Written by Timothy Booth, James Glennie, Lawrence Gott
    Performed by James
    Courtesy of Mercury Records Limited
    Under license from Universal Music Enterprises
    Written by Giuseppe Verdi
    Arranged by Robert J. Walsh, JAmes Ekblom Moore, Sabino Mogavero
    Courtesy of The Chicago Music Library, Malibu, CA
    Written by David Reuben Whiteside, Hassahn Reschard Liggins, Lauren Christine Watkins
    Performed by HP
    Courtesy of Crucial Music Corporation
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American Reunion


Jon Hurwitz, Hayden Schlossberg

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Jason Biggs, Alyson Hannigan, Seann William Scott


  • 'American Reunion' rounds up 'Pie' cast againSan Francisco Chronicle
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The week’s big film news is the YouTube premiere of David Lynch’s first public “movie” in six years, Crazy Clown Time. This seven-minute video brings the lyrics of a song off the director’s first solo album to lurid life. At a backyard party spinning of control, one guy “screamed so loud, he spit”; another sets his lavish Mohawk on fire; a ripe blond “ripped her shirt off completely” — all filmed in jittery hell-scape tableaux intercut with shots of the 66-year-old auteur wailing in the voice of piglet just before slaughter time. It’s a deranged take on youthful bravura stoked by alcohol and anarchy, and a way-more telling, artful vision than this week’s other entry in post-teen misbehavior, American Reunion.

In 1999, American Pie wormed its way into the low-movie Pantheon with its depiction of East Great Falls High School seniors in various degrees of teen heat. Managing to blend in a single scene those two national icons, masturbation and mom’s apple pie, the movie became a big hit, hatched one indelible character — the manic cocksman Steve Stifler (Seann William Scott) — and shepherded horny kids through puberty as National Lampoon’s Animal House and Porky’s had done for their parents. Two sequels, American Pie 2 and American Wedding, were nearly as popular, all topping the $100-million mark at the domestic box office, but the series quickly devolved into direct-to-video spinoffs.

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Now, in a meager Stimulus Act for its underremembered cast, American Reunion reconvenes the actors and many of the old jokes for a slapdash essay on the perils of hitting 30 — which, the movie suggests, is like falling out of bed and landing on barbed wire. Gone is the priapic innocence of high school, when one boy could write in his yearbook that he “hopes to have the sex life of Ricky Martin.” As they prepare for their 13th-year reunion, Jim (Jason Biggs) is mired in a sexless marriage with his teen sweetheart Michelle (Alyson Hannigan); the jock Oz (Chris Klein) is a minor celebrity still wincing from a loss to Gilbert Gottfried on a Dancing With the Stars-type show; Stifler is working as a temp for a ruthless boss; and Kevin (Thomas Ian Nicholas) and Finch (Eddie Kaye Thomas)… well, their problem is that nobody cares what their problems are.

In one of Reunion’s vagrant lurches into truth-telling, Jim asks Stifler, “When are you gonna realize that things are never gonna be like they used to be?” Yet the recipe used by writer-directors Jon Hurwitz and Hayden Schlossberg, who did the Harold & Kumar movies, ordains that everything should be exactly the way it once worked. Jim, the kid who seduced the pie, is again caught in a compromising position in the kitchen. (Penis alert!) Guys and gals from the first film, now thicker and with incipient crow lines, pair up in more or less the same permutations as when they were young and shiny. The movie’s message is that the way to face impeding maturity is to embrace your inner teen idiot.

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Hurwitz and Schlossberg do run a few variations on the wages of sin, post-graduate division. Stifler finally hooks up with a girl he fondly recalls as “the mouth that got away”; when he agrees to be the donor, not the receiver, in a session of oral sex, he gets a tart lesson in growing up. Jim, always a figure of repressed sexual panic, has become the dream beau of Kara (the preternaturally luscious Ali Cobrin), a child he used to babysit for and who is just turning a hot 18. For other 30-year-old men, the availability of a gorgeous, drunk, naked, besotted teen who hungers for deflowering might be an enticement; for Jim, it’s a test of marital fidelity and not even mildly tempting. The film’s only inspired, unfraught coupling involves Jim’s dad and Stifler’s mom (Eugene Levy and Jennifer Coolidge, otherwise partnered in three of Christopher Guest’s improv comedies) — but to see that, you’ll have to stay for the closing credits.

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The movie keeps bursting into comic situations whose implications it then tiptoes away from. The scene of Jim and the randy, inebriated Kara in a car summons the memory of the oral-sex chapter in John Irving’s The World According to Garp; that encounter ended in castration, this in mere embarrassment. Another segment has Kara’s creepy boyfriend swiping bikini tops from beach bunnies, with Stifler and his pals in angry pursuit. But it never occurs to our heroes that they should liberate the stolen bras and return them to their grateful owners. The guys are just revenging a slur on their collective manhood, which Stifler caps by taking a crap in the bad guy’s beer cooler. Ah, 30! As Houston Astros pitcher Larry Anderson sagely remarked, “You’re only young once, but you can be immature forever.”

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How many more times can the American posse be immature for our tentative pleasure? Another, much more elevated movie series — Michael Apted’s landmark documentary chronicle that began in 1963 with Seven Up! — has traced the lives of a dozen or so English people from childhood through early and late middle-age, with a new episode every seven years. (56 Up is due later this year.) I wouldn’t encourage it, but the East Great Falls High class of ’99 could return every decade to face new challenges while displaying the same case of arrested development. Or they could be really ballsy and let David Lynch direct the next sequel. Jim screams so loud, he spits. Stifler sets his hair on fire. Oh, that’d be Crazy Clown Time for sure.