In case you’re wondering, here’s what American Pie Presents: Girls’ Rules is about
It’s hard to believe that American Pie came out in 1999. Over 20 years have passed since teenage boys fell in love with apple-flavored pastries, and now those teenage boys are old enough to have kids in high school. The American Pie franchise is going strong as a new installment has been released, but what is American Pie Presents: Girls’ Rules about?
Girls’ Rules follows in the footsteps of every other movie in the American Pie franchise. It features a group of teenage girls in their senior year of high school who embark on a journey to explore their sexuality before they go off to college. The movie stars Madison Pettis, Lizzie Broadway, Piper Curda and Natasha Behnam.
Sexuality, of course, is the underlying theme of all of the American Pie movies. Girls’ Rules is the latest installment in the American Pie Presents series, which consists of four other movies including Band Camp, The Naked Mile, Beta House and The Book of Love.
Of the five movies, only two of them – The Book of Love and Girls’ Rules – are set in high school. The other movies are set in college, but just because Girls’ Rules is set in high school doesn’t mean that the movies are made for kids. Girls’ Rules is similar to its predecessors but this time it’s the girls’ time to get what they want.
Interestingly enough, Girls’ Rules is the only movie out of the nine movies in the American Pie franchise that doesn’t feature an appearance from American Pie legend Eugene Levy, who played the beloved wacky father in the original film.
Girls’ Rules is currently trending despite a relatively hushed release on October 6. Like many of the American Pie Presents movies, it was released directly to the home market and will likely catch on with fans of the franchise.
American Pie Presents: Girls’ Rules is available now on DVD and on demand.