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The outrageous characters loved by audiences the world over reunite one more time for a very special occasion: Jim and Michelle are getting married ... Stifler is planning a bachelor party, and of course, Jim's Dad is always on hand with his fantastic fatherly advice....
The American Pie posses return with their unmistakable blend of excruciating embarrassment and hysterical humour. So if you want to learn what NOT to do on a night out in a gay bar, to hear why sex with granny is NEVER a good thing, and why pubic hair and wedding cake is a BAD combination - you're in the right place...
All eight films from the sex-obsessed US teen comedy franchise. In 'American Pie' (1999), prom night at East Green Falls High is only three weeks away and hormonal teens Jim (Jason Biggs), Oz (Chris Klein), Kevin (Thomas Ian Nicholas) and Finch (Eddie Kaye Thomas) all vow to lose their virginity before the big night... In 'American Pie 2' (2001), the gang get together a year later, older but not necessarily any wiser. With their end-of-semester vacation ahead Jim, Oz, Kevin, Vicky (Tara Reid) and new girl Heather (Mena Suvari) gather to spend summer in a beachhouse by the sea... In 'American Pie: The Wedding' (2003), the gang have left college and are reunited when Jim proposes to Michelle (Alyson Hannigan) and enlists his friends to help him organise the wedding. In 'Band Camp' (2005), Matt Stifler (Tad Hilgenbrinck) is facing expulsion from high school when he hears about his brother's wife's experiences at Band Camp when she was younger. Convincing the school to send him to the camp for the summer, Matt plans on setting up hidden cameras and making his own real-life porno video... In 'The Naked Mile' (2006), Eric Stifler (John White) is feeling the pressure of having an infamous older cousin. He's also feeling fit to pop his cork at not having done the deed yet when his chums all claim they're already well into their sexual careers... In 'Beta House' (2007), the students of a frat house at a University in Michigan are pitted against a rival house and their power-hungry leader. The ensuing contest becomes so intense that only the re-introduction of 'The Games' can determine which house will stand victorious. In 'Book of Love' (2009), after discovering a guide to seduction skills written by former pupils in the library of their school, Great Falls High students Rob (Bug Hall), Nathan (Kevin M. Horton) and Lube (Brandon Hardesty) decide to follow the advice to the letter. Unfortunately, a few of the pages have disappeared over the years... Finally, in 'American Reunion' (2012), the characters descend on their hometown East Great Falls, Michigan, for their ten-year high school reunion. Over the course of a wild weekend, sparks fly as Jim, Stifler (Sean William Scott), Oz and Finch reconvene and reconnect.
In 1500 CE, the Inca empire covered most of South America's Andean region. The empire's leaders first met Europeans on November 15, 1532, when a large Inca army confronted Francisco Pizarro's band of adventurers in the highland Andean valley of Cajamarca, Peru. At few other times in its history would the Inca royal leadership so aggressively showcase its moral authority and political power. Glittering and truculent, what Europeans witnessed at Inca Cajamarca compels revised understandings of pre-contact Inca visual art, spatial practice, and bodily expression. This book takes a fresh look at the encounter at Cajamarca, using the episode to offer a new, art-historical interpretation of pre-contact Inca culture and power. Adam Herring's study offers close readings of Inca and Andean art in a variety of media: architecture and landscape, geoglyphs, sculpture, textiles, ceramics, featherwork and metalwork. The volume is richly illustrated with over sixty color images.
Art and Writing in the Maya Cities, AD 600-800 examines an important aspect of the visual cultures of the ancient Maya in southern Mexico, Guatemala, Belize, and Honduras. During a critical period of cultural evolution, artistic production changed significantly, as calligraphy became an increasingly important formal element in Maya aesthetics and was used extensively in monumental building, sculptural programs and small-scale utilitarian objects. Adam Herring's study analyzes art works, visual programs, and cultural sites of memory, providing an anthropologically-informed description of ancient Maya culture, vision, and artistic practice. An inquiry into the contexts and perceptions of the ancient Maya city, his book melds epigraphic and iconographic methodologies with the critical tradition of art-historical interpretation.
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