|Universal Pictures | Release Date: July 9, 1999||CRITIC SCORE DISTRIBUTION|
Vulgar and lewd and raunchy like you wouldn't believe, and absolutely hilarious from beginning to end.
Pie has some nice surprises and is enjoyable in a smutty, sitcom way. It offers up the outrageousness of "There's Something About Mary" without wallowing in cruelty.
Exceptionally funny, unexpectedly tender, and lewder than a teenage boy's dreams.
Guaranteed to beguile anyone who can remember the joy -- and agony -- of anticipating the first time.
Distinct from others of its lowly stripe because of the credibly real-feeling performances by much of its youthful ensemble.
What is refreshing about this film is that most of the characters seem like real people.
The story was primitive, the characters unmemorable, the direction unsophisticated, the writing cliched, the photography and music drab, the pacing uneven, the acting varying from adroitly funny to exaggerated.
An uninteresting take on a tired formula that is only occasionally funny and usually pretty gross.
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