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Road Trip
     

Road Trip

4.7 10
Director: Todd Phillips, Breckin Meyer, Seann William Scott, Amy Smart

Cast: Todd Phillips, Breckin Meyer, Seann William Scott, Amy Smart

 

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In this raunchy comedy, Josh (Breckin Meyer), a student at a college in Ithaca, NY, videotapes his one-night stand with beautiful sorority girl Beth (Amy Smart). A few days later, Josh discovers that one of his friends accidentally mailed the homemade porn tape to his girlfriend, Tiffany (Rachel Blanchard), who is spending some time with her family in Austin, TX. Josh

Overview

In this raunchy comedy, Josh (Breckin Meyer), a student at a college in Ithaca, NY, videotapes his one-night stand with beautiful sorority girl Beth (Amy Smart). A few days later, Josh discovers that one of his friends accidentally mailed the homemade porn tape to his girlfriend, Tiffany (Rachel Blanchard), who is spending some time with her family in Austin, TX. Josh and his friends Barry (Tom Green), Kyle (D.J. Qualls), E.L. (Seann William Scott), and Rubin (Paulo Costanzo) borrow a car and hit the road in a desperate bid to intercept the tape before Tiffany loads it into her VCR; Beth, however, wants Josh for herself and has her own plans to track down Tiffany. Road Trip is the first fiction feature from director Todd Phillips, noted for such edgy documentaries as Hated: G.G. Allin & the Murder Junkies, Screwed, and Frat House. The cast also includes Fred Ward and Andy Dick.

Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - Daniel Weizmann
Calling itself the "Quintessential Party DVD," Road Trip is a modern-day Animal House-on-wheels, tracking a pack of wild University of Ithaca college students as they drive cross-country to intercept a homemade porno tape that has accidentally been sent to one of their girlfriends. Director Todd Phillips is on familiar prankster ground here, having won the Sundance Grand Jury Prize for his documentary Frat House. MTV’s bent comic Tom Green is outrageous as a college student whose name just happens to be Barry Manilow, and American Pie’s Sean William Scott gets major laughs as the horn-dog along for the ride. Dan Savage of the Village Voice gave Road Trip uncommon praise for featuring "unattractive people having sex." The DVD features deleted scenes, "The Making of Road Trip" with Tom Green, an Eels music video, and an interactive DVD-ROM game. The longer, uncensored version ("UN R8D") -- which adds a bit of "scandalous." uncensored, bare-naked nekkid (but not too-too racy) footage -- is available on VHS as well.

Product Details

Release Date:
09/11/2012
UPC:
0097361470443
Original Release:
2000
Rating:
R
Source:
Paramount
Time:
1:34:00

Special Features

"Ever Been On a Road Trip?"; Deleted scenes; Eels music video - "Mr. E's Beautiful Blues"; Teaser trailer HD; International trailer 1 HD; International trailer 2 HD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Breckin Meyer Josh
Seann William Scott E.L.
Amy Smart Beth
Paulo Costanzo Rubin
D.J. Qualls Kyle
Tom Green Barry
Rachel Blanchard Tiffany
Anthony Rapp Jacob
Fred Ward Earl Edwards
Andy Dick Motel Clerk
Ethan Suplee Ed
Horatio Sanz French Toast Guy
Rhoda Griffis Tour Group Mom
Marla Scuharetza Sperm Bank Nurse
Ellen Albertini Dow Barry's Grandma
Edmund Lyndeck Barry's Grandpa
Wendell B. Harris Professor Anderson
Mary Lynn Rajskub Blind Brenda
Rini Bell Carla

Technical Credits
Todd Phillips Director,Screenwriter
Peter Afterman Musical Direction/Supervision
Scot Armstrong Screenwriter
Max Biscoe Art Director
Adam Goldberg Producer
Daniel Goldberg Producer
Clark Hunter Production Designer
Mark Irwin Cinematographer
Sheldon Kahn Editor
Joe Medjuck Producer
Donald Myers Special Effects
Michael Neumann Asst. Director
Tom Pollock Executive Producer
Ivan Reitman Executive Producer
Mike Simpson Score Composer
Peggy Stamper Costumes/Costume Designer
Jonathan "Earl" Stein Sound/Sound Designer

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Road Trip 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
¿Road Trip¿ is a very funny and hilarious movie. This is not like any other comedy simply because you do not know what is going to happen next. ¿Road Trip¿ is a movie that will leave you laughing so hard that your stomach will hurt! This movie is a great to watch with your friends and will make your day full of laughs. ¿Road Trip¿ is a movie about a bunch of guys who go out on an expedition to retrieve a video that was never suppose to be sent out. Along on their journey the experience some unusual events that they must overcome. This movie has a hilarious group of actors such as Tom Green, Sean Scott, and Amy Smart. I rate this movie five stars because it is side-splitting, hysterical, entertaining movie that will leave you laughing at the edge of your seat. I recommend this movie to teens because it is something that some teens can relate too.
Guest More than 1 year ago
When I saw Road Trip last February, I immediately fell in love with it. It featured all the things guys would like in it: chicks, travelling, Tom Green, frequent coarse language and nudity. Road Trip has an interesting story line, in which a guy and a girl were friends when they were little kids, became boyfriend and girlfriend when they were teens, but soon separated. And when the guy makes a videotape of him having sex with another girl and ships it off the girl. The movie is full of action and is the one to rent. Did I mention the nudity?
Guest More than 1 year ago
This movie is so funny the movie is just like American Pie they are always trying to push Buttons and see how far they can go.This movie is not for little kids but it is for a mature audience. There is way to much nudity in tis movie there is already enough but if you get the un cut version there is even more. I recommend that you get this movie if you can take a joke and you like to laugh alot but if your like a person who gets affended by everything you should not watch the movie i think that anybody would get a kick out of the movie. and would enjoy it
Guest More than 1 year ago
This movie was funny from the beginning to the end. It had all the elements of comedy that I think belong in a movie. They had great jokes, and hilarious scenes. When you are watching this movie you don't want to get up because you might miss something little that is extremely funny especially with Tom Green in this movie. This movie might not be a great family movie but these days what movies are? I think the director did a great job on hitting the little things right on the dot. I think this is a great movie for high school/college students can watch together.
Guest More than 1 year ago
One of those movies you need on your shelf, to watch over and over. But what's the deal with the unrated version? Is it worth it?
Guest More than 1 year ago
This was the funniest movie I have ever seen. Tom Green is at his comedic best in this film. Everyone should see it.
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