Road Trip (2000) [English (MPEG Layer III, 127 kBit/s, 44 kHz, Stereo)]
Genre: Comedy
Length: 1h 33m 0s
Director: Todd Phillips (I)
Tagline: The greatest college tradition of all time.
Plot outline: Tom Green co-stars as the story-teller in this warped comedy about three friends (Meyers, Scott and Costanzo) and another guy (Qualls) who head from Ithaca, NY to Austin, TX in an attempt to save a lifelong romance. Summary written by wallace-17 A group of raucous, college buds living the Frat life decide to have a blowout with a Road Trip of insane proportions. Dad's car, hard partying, nubile and Nubian Princesses, a boa constrictor and Tom Green make for a great trip down comedy lane. Summary written by JK2 {Flickwritr@aol.com}
Comment: AMERICAN PIE meets Socrates on this Holmeric journey to manhood and happiness -- at least as far as four young men are concerned. This is going to be a real sleeper because it doesn't pretend to be anything other than what it is -- a funny, sexy romp. Breckin Meyer is sweet and vulnerable enough here to be truly appealing in the lead part he deserves after all his supporting work in films like CLUELESS, 54, and GO. Seann William Scott gives us another variation on his classic Stifler from AMERICAN PIE. He has enough goofiness to make us love him despite his character's crudeness, and just as in AMERICAN PIE, he gets the raw end of the deal -- but seems to love it this time. The rest of the cast is also delightful in their various shades of the dark side of human nature. This is a raunchy, funny coming-of-age flick that should be enjoyed for being just what it is.
IMDB Rating: 6.4
Country: USA
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Actors:
Breckin MeyerasJosh
Seann William ScottasE.L.
Amy SmartasBeth
Paulo CostanzoasRubin