Gavin Rye’s review published on Letterboxd :
A great comeback after a whole load of awful straight to video sequels. As soon as the film starts we are straight back with the characters. They hardly need any introduction despite he fact that I hadn’t seen the first three films in years. The films were such a part of my younger years that everything just came straight back to me. It has more than enough laughs and some great bits of nudity too. Hard to say much about with without just describing scenes. There are some pretty touching moments in there too most notably between Jim and his father who has recently lost his wife. The parts where Stiffler gets Jim’s dad drunk at his party are a hightlight.