American Pie Presents: Band Camp

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American Pie Presents:
Band Camp
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DVD release cover
Directed by Steve Rash
Produced by Mike Elliott
Written by Adam Herz (characters)
Brad Riddell
Starring Tad Hilgenbrinck
Arielle Kebbel
Eugene Levy
Matt Barr
Jun Hee Lee
Angela Little
Jason Earles
Chris Owen
Omar Benson Miller
Lily Mariye
Cinematography Victor J. Kemper
Distributed by Universal Pictures
Release date(s) October 31, 2005 (2005-10-31)
December 26, 2005
(United States)
Running time 87 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Budget $15 million

American Pie Presents: Band Camp is a 2005 direct-to-DVD, spin-off from the American Pie series.[1] While being the first American Pie spin-off, it is also a direct continuation of American Wedding. It was directed by Steve Rash and written by Brad Riddell. During development, the film's working title was American Pie 4. The film centers on Matt Stifler, younger brother of Steve Stifler.[2] In this film, Matt is sent to the infamous band camp, where he is compelled to change his ways.

It was released on DVD in the United Kingdom on October 31, 2005 and in the United States on December 26, 2005.

Plot[edit]

Matt Stifler, the younger brother of Steve Stifler, is eager to enter the family business of making porn films so he can prove himself to his older brother. After Matt plays a prank on the school band, the school's guidance counselor Chuck "The Sherminator" Sherman, who attended high school with Steve, decides that a worthwhile punishment would be for Matt to attend band camp. Matt is initially disgruntled by the idea but soon agrees to it, interested in the notorious sexual behavior of band camp girls (citing Jim's marriage and sex life with Michelle as an example).

Upon arrival, Matt is extremely disrespectful to the rules along with everyone at Tall Oaks and even gets his school's band in trouble. Jim's dad, Noah Levenstein, the camp's MACRO (Morale And Conflict Resolution Officer) recommends he start trying to fit in and earn the band's trust. Matt conspires with his nerdy roommate, Ernie, to film the other band members in a bid called 'Bandeez Gone Wild', using hidden cameras.

During a lunch time scuffle Matt accepts a duel with rival band leader Brandon, wherein the performers show off their music skills, with Brandon playing the snare drum, and Matt playing the triangle. When it seems Matt has lost, he leaves the stage and comes back playing the bagpipes to the tune of "Play That Funky Music" to win the duel.

The various school bands compete for points throughout camp with East Great Falls leading on the last day, but an ill-fated prank by Matt that was intended for the rival team, causes the band to lose and East Great Falls band member Elyse to lose a chance at a scholarship. Once the new term starts, Matt attempts to fix his mistakes and persuades the school band to play Elyse's piece to the Conservatory head, winning Elyse a scholarship, and her affection.

Cast[edit]

Soundtrack listing[edit]

American Pie Presents: Band Camp
Soundtrack album by Various Artists
Released December 2005
Label Uptown/Universal
Various Artists chronology
American Wedding Soundtrack 2003 Band Camp (spin-off) The Naked Mile (2006)
  1. Andrew W.K. - "She Is Beautiful"
  2. Breaking Benjamin - "Forget It"
  3. Snow Patrol - "How To Be Dead"
  4. Matt Nathanson - "Laid"
  5. Treble Charger - "American Psycho"
  6. Good Charlotte - "The Anthem"
  7. Paul Locke - "Paul's Drums"
  8. Jimmy Eat World - The Middle
  9. Courtesy of Associated Productions Music - "Dracula Plays"
  10. Courtesy of Associated Productions Music - "Pom Pom"
  11. Courtesy of Associated Productions Music - "Piano Sonata"
  12. Cage9 - "Breaking Me Down"
  13. Linda Perry - "Get The Party Started"
  14. D.O.R.K - "Jaime"
  15. The Penfifteen Club - "Disco MF"
  16. The City Drive - "Defeated"
  17. Wild Cherry (band) - "Play That Funky Music White Boy"
  18. The City Drive - "Bring Me Everything"
  19. Christian B - "Baby Got Back"
  20. Steppenwolf - "Born to Be Wild"
  21. Tal Bachman - "Aeroplane"
  22. Chris Rash and Jean-Paul DiFranco - "Bonfire Etude"
  23. Ash - "Vampire Love"

References[edit]

  1. ^ Matt Webb Mitovich (Dec 26, 2005). "New Pie Exposes Wild Times at Band Camp". TV Guide. Retrieved 4 June 2012. 
  2. ^ Jason Buchanan (March 30, 2011). "American Pie Presents Band Camp". New York Times. Retrieved 4 June 2012. 

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