Four friends take off on an 1800 mile road trip to retrieve an illicit tape mistakenly mailed to a girl friend.
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The idea of the college experience movie is not a new. What comes to most people's mind, myself included, is the always classic Animal House. What director Todd Philips has done with Road Trip is revamped the idea and made it more modern. Sometimes movies try to hard to have an all star cast, but this movie works because its up and coming stars - Breckin Meyer, Amy Smart, Tom Green, and the always side-splitingly funny Seann William Scott. The idea is simple. Boy has been dating girl for his entire life, gets drunk, sends her the video of him cheating, and has to race to recover the tape before she sees if. Needless to say, hilarity ensues. Some things may be a little bit over the top, however it is defintiely a very enteratining flick. There is a fine line to be walked between being funny and being gross or offensive. In the unrated version there may be a few more things that some people are uncomfortable with, but overall, the film has some good gags and funny punch lines. This is a modern day classic to say the least and can be enjoyed many times after the original viewing. Definitely worht the journey to go on this Road Trip.