Netflix is delivering the old school goods this Easter long weekend by dumping a ton of movies.
Amongst the pile of content, viewers will be able to binge watch all the original American Pie films in Australia and New Zealand.
While the spinoffs like Band Camp, The Naked Mile, Beta House, The Book of Love and Girls' Rules have a fanbase, the OG films are iconic.
Watching Jim Levenstein (Jason Biggs) go from being awkward high schooler to awkward husband is a real satisfying watch.
All the main characters grow up across the four films, even Stiffler's mum to some degree.
So if you're feeling like watching something that will throw you back to the early noughties then give them a stream.
The cast recently came together to mark the 20th anniversary of the first film and we were instantly singing songs from Blink-182 and Third Eye Blind.
In photos shared on social media, we can see the East Great Falls crew reunite. Jason Biggs, Alyson Hannigan, Eddie Kaye Thomas, Chris Klein, Natasha Lyonne, Tara Reid and Sean William Scott all got back together for a look back on what they created two decades ago.
Joined by Entertainment Tonight's Kevin Frazier, the gang looked back on secrets from the set, and a wry recollection of who they fancied - and obviously, no American Pie discussion would be complete without a mention of the pie itself, which Biggs' character Jim was infamously caught... umm, getting to know on an intimate level.
When it was released in 1999, the first film was one of many teenage sex comedies doing the rounds at the time, along with the likes of Road Trip, genre parody Not Another Teen Movie and cult classic Wet Hot American Summer.
The movies are characterised by a plot that involves blokes going to some pretty desperate measures for sex and usually contains a healthy amount of penis jokes, in the grand tradition of 80s movies like Porky's and the then-popular films of directorial team the Farrelly brothers, who made the era's other smash hit There's Something About Mary.
In addition to the American Pie franchise being released onto Netflix in Australia and New Zealand, viewers can also feast their eyes on the likes of The Breakfast Club, Shaun of the Dead, Hannibal, The Mummy and The Mummy Returns, and Death Race. So tuck in while you're all self-isolating.
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