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Eurotrip

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Restricted 16

Restricted to persons 16 years and over.

NOTE: Contains drug use, sex scenes, and offensive language.

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Description

No actual Europeans were harmed in the making of this film.

As it says in the ads, Eurotrip comes from the producers of Road Trip and Old School and, like the former, it’s also a road trip of sorts, but it covers a lot more ground.

Scott Thomas (Scott Mechlowicz) is an unfortunate sap whose life is steadily going downhill. During graduation, his girlfriend dumps him and at a party later his humiliation is compounded when he sees her performing an up-close-and-personal duet with a punk rocker (Matt Damon in a cameo role). To add insult to injury, the song is called “Scotty Doesn’t Know”.

Scott has a German e-mail penfriend called Mieke with whom he has been corresponding for some time, but Scott – who thinks Mieke is a guy – tells “him” to get lost forever when he believes he’s coming onto him. Mieke (Jessica Boehrs), of course, is a girl – and a gorgeous one at that and when Scott realises what he has done his day of disaster is complete. What’s a guy to do?

With his pal, Cooper (David Spade look-alike, Jacob Pitts), Scott decides to go to Germany, find Mieke and make everything better. It’s a plan that sounds simple enough, but if things went as smoothly as that, there’d be no movie left and, along with twins, Jenny (Michelle Trachtenberg) and Jamie (Travis Webster), they have an out-of-control misadventure that takes them through London, Paris, Amsterdam, Eastern Europe and Italy.

Each destination holds it own bizarre experience, including an encounter with soccer hooligans in London led by a guy called Mad Maynard (Vinnie Jones), a painful lesson from Amsterdam dominatrix, Madame Vandersexxx (a leather-clad Lucy Lawless), a chase along a nude beach where the only occupants are drooling, sex starved men, a train trip with a “creepy Italian guy” (Fred Armisen) who makes the most of the many dark tunnels they pass though, and an incident at the Vatican that – if they were of the faith – would have them ex-communicated for life!

Special Features:

  • Party Commentary
  • Deleted Scenes
  • Alternate Ending
  • Nude Beach Exposed
  • Gag Reel
  • The Uncut DVD lets loose with uncensored, never before seen footage deemed too out of control for theatres!

  • Re-released on
    January 7th, 2004
    Movie Format
    • DVD
    DVD Region
    • Region 4
    Edition
    • Standard Edition
    Aspect Ratio
    • 1.78 : 1
    Language
    English
    Supported Audio
    • Dolby Digital Surround 5.1
    Genre
    • Comedy
    UPC
    9337874020102
    Product ID
    1469309

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