"What's the deal with kids today?" An age-old question that one doesn't need to be ages old to ponder. It comes up among the thirty-something AMERICAN PIE veterans as they find themselves crashing a debauched teen beach party. (Leave the real skin-baring and libido-fest to the more attractive teen set while the familiar, repressed adults hang around it all and wonder if this is how they were - Just one example of how the makers of AMERICAN REUNION manage to have their pie and eat it, too.) Looking back in lieu of looking at the present is instinctual in AMERICAN REUNION.