American Reunion Reviews

  • American Reunion
    • Genre : Comedy
    • Release Date :
    • MPAA Rating : R
    • Duration : 113 minute(s)
    • Production Budget : -
    • Studio : Universal Pictures
    • Official Site :
    • Reviews Rate
      Nothing's perfect, but it's worth seeing.

    • Readers Rate
      5 of 5

Movie Reviews

  • unfortunately, "American Reunion" isn't the vehicle to finally put them into orbit
    by Nick Schager [Hollywood & Fine ]
  • there's nothing new here
    3 of 5 by Bill Goodykoontz [Arizona Republic ]
  • the recipe has been updated, and what once seemed like fatally warmed-over Pie tastes new again
    Review rate : B by Owen Gleiberman [Entertainment Weekly ]
  • the movie sometimes tends to the priggish side
    3 of 5 by Glenn Kenny [MSN Movies ]
  • the movie acknowledges this queasy disconnect, though acknowledging it doesn't make it much funnie
    2 of 4 by Michael Phillips [Chicago Tribune ]
  • that'd be Crazy Clown Time for sure
    by Richard Corliss [TIME Magazine ]
  • some in a line of cameos that feel increasingly forced as we near the end
    by John DeFore [Hollywood Reporter ]
  • runs on misunderstandings, breakups, and makeups, many of which are simply remembered or recycled from the original movie
    by Wesley Morris [Boston Globe ]
  • nearly every scene in "American Reunion" is slathered in something warm and gooey -- namely, nostalgia
    by Justin Chang [Variety ]
  • like a '90s-era Baby Bottle Pop, it's way too sweet, but might be confused for mother's milk
    3 of 5 by Joshua Rothkopf [Time Out New York ]
  • isn't nearly as bad, but that's not much of a compliment
    2 of 5 by Randy Myers [San Jose Mercury News ]
  • in some ways, American Reunion is the Charlize Theron indie Young Adult all over again
    3.5 of 5 by Steven Rea [Philadelphia Inquirer ]
  • in fact, "American Reunion" seems to depend so much on nostalgia for "Pie" history
    by Roger Ebert [Chicago Sun-Times ]
  • if you've defiantly not allowed yourself to mature a bit since 1999, American Reunion will be your happy place
    4 of 4 by Phil Villarreal [OK! Magazine ]
  • dedicated to the proposition that no matter how old you get, you can stay immature forever
    3.5 of 4 by Peter Travers [Rolling Stone ]
  • at least finds a small way to be both contemporary and disreputable by, essentially, turning itself into the anti-Bully
    2 of 5 by Nick Schager [Slant Magazine ]

Reader's Reviews

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