Don't expect too much from the latest American Pie movie, American Wedding, especially if you are a big fan of the previous two. With only about half of the original cast returning, the third instalment is less funny, though it is as audacious and depraved as before. After graduating from college, the pastry-loving Jim Levinstein (Jason Biggs) and his band-camper girlfriend Michelle Flaherty (Alyson Hannigan) are now stepping into a new era of their lives - marriage. Jim, who has decided to get serious about life, hopes to make the wedding perfect for his fiancee. This brings back his pals including Finch (Eddie Kaye Thomas) and the repellent Stifler (Seann William Scott) to plan the event. As expected, there is really not much of a plot. There are some sweet treats such as Jim promising his in-laws to take care of their daughter and the wedding vows, but woefully this film lacks surprises, and countless scenes relying on crude language become tiresome. Stifler was never a 'star' in American Pie, but thanks to his gleeful performance he contributes most of the best laughs and stomach-turning moments - from throwing a bachelor party to getting freaky with the wheelchair-bound granny. However, these are insufficient to keep you laughing along for the whole 97 minutes.