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    Unique ID Code: 0000012359
    Added by: DVD Reviewer
    Added on: 28/12/2000 17:25
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    Road Trip (Unrated) (US)

    6 / 10
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    The greatest college tradition of all time
    Certificate: none
    Running Time: 95 mins
    Retail Price: $26.99
    Release Date:

    Get ready for no-holds-barred - or is that bared? - hilarity in the uncensored version of the outrageous Road Trip Entertainment Weekly calls, "this year`s Something About Mary". Now you can see what they didn`t dare show in the theaters!

    When an extra hot video of Josh (Breckin Meyer) getting freaky with the luscious Beth (Amy Smart) is accidentally mailed to his girlfriend, he has three days to get to Texas before the tape does!

    Join crazy MTV comedian Tom Green, four guys, one snake and a bevy of nubile babes in a hilarious adventure of insane proportions that The Washington Post (Desson Howe) howls is "pretty #@%*@# funny!"
    Featuring the year`s hottest soundtrack including Kid Rock, Run DMC and Buckcherry.

    Special Features:
    Interactive Menus
    Scene Access
    "Road Kill" Deleted Scenes
    "Ever Been on a Road Trip?" Behind-The-Scenes Featurette
    Eels Music Video: "Mr. E`s Beautiful Blues"
    Cast and Crew Bios
    Production Notes
    Outrageous Interactive Trivia Game and Screensaver (DVD-ROM)

    Video Tracks:
    Widescreen Anamorphic 1.85:1

    Audio Tracks:
    Dolby Digital 5.1 English
    Dolby Digital Surround 2.0 English
    DTS 5.1 English

    Subtitle Tracks:
    CC: English

    Directed By:
    Todd Phillips

    Written By:

    Rachel Blanchard
    DJ Qualls
    Paulo Costanzo
    Amy Smart
    Seann William Scott
    Breckin Meyer

    Casting By:
    Nancy Nayor
    Ann Goulder

    Soundtrack By:
    Mike Simpson

    Director of Photography:
    Mark Irwin

    Sheldon Kahn

    Costume Designer:
    Peggy Stamper

    Production Designer:
    Clark Hunter

    Joe Medjuck
    Daniel Goldberg

    Executive Producer:
    Steven Spielberg
    Ivan Reitman
    Tom Pollock

    DreamWorks Pictures

    Your Opinions and Comments

    9 / 10
    Funny as hell, but there could be more features, A Must buy
    posted by Graham Cookman on 31/12/2000 10:42
    6 / 10
    I really expected to love this film, so without watching it before hand I ordered it right away.
    Wow! What a tremendous let down. This film so wants to be Animal House! Unfortunately it`s not even half as good!
    There`s tits and ass and the occassionally amusing smutty gag but it`s got the American Pie complex of just not going far enough with it`s jokes. The filmmakers need to take time out and watch a few Farelly brother movies. Now theres gross!
    The picture quality is average but the DTS soundtrack is impressive, however the extra features are not!
    To sum up this disc= very average!
    posted by Lee Thews on 12/1/2001 15:27
    7 / 10
    Ouch!!! What a lame movie this turned out to be. There are very few good things I can say about this one. Well, it`s original, but that`s about it. Nothing more. Not funny at all, nor even hilarious.
    The video transfer is very good. The quality of the colors is especially noticeable during the drive-through-the-woods scenes where the colors of the trees and their leaves are outstanding. As expected, there are no compression signs at all.
    The DTS and DD 5.1 soundtrack are both ok. While there is an occasional usage of the surrounds, this is mostly a dialog based movie, hence the action takes place in the front speakers. The music, however, comes from all speakers and is quite good, actually.
    The menus are partially animated with sounds.
    The extras include a behind the scenes look, some deleted scenes and a music video. Nothing too amazing here.
    Bottom line - a rather foolish movie with no point whatsoever, a couple of nice shots of American forests and some good tunes. Nothing more, though.
    posted by Zvi Josef on 23/2/2001 13:37
    Jesus, i hate these kind of movies they are just sad, childish and pathetic. I really tried to like it, i really, really tried but in the end i gave up. The only laugh i had from it was at my friend for buying this s*** in the first place. Only fans of Scary Movie need bother watching this - if they`re not picking their noses or lighting their farts. Asinine rubbish.
    posted by John Doe on 8/4/2001 17:46
    3 / 10
    Utter s***e. Every lame joke was on the trailer in the first place so theres no point in even watching it. Tom Green should be shot on site, how he ever got his own show ill never know!
    posted by p$y on 9/8/2002 05:01
    7 / 10
    I know everyones entitled to their own opinion but some of these reviews seem very harsh. I think this movie is targeted at a specific age group 15-25. If you lie between this group, you are likely to enjoy this funny journey of 4 distinctly different people who are going to austin (not boston), texas to help save a buddys neck. At the end of the day, that is what this is, a buddy movie. I have seen this quite a few times and since this was my first ever region 1 disc, it is something of a treasure for me. The extras are quite cool, love the music video(this movie has a wicked soundtrack). Live fast, die young, never give a sh*t about anything.
    Funny in places but no way near as hilarious as the american pie movies, this movie provides entertainment and good value for money.
    Also it is worth reading Chris Cox`s review as it better than what some of the visitors have posted
    posted by dicanio on 8/1/2003 23:57
    7 / 10
    I quite enjoyed this film. Ignore the negative reviews. OK, it won`t win any oscars but it is just mild entertainment. I thought it was better than American Pie 2. There are a couple of classic scenes in this film and I`m sure it will gain a following. Also, the characters are likeable and though cliched, you should enjoy the ride.
    The DVD is fairly good as well. Worth renting out.
    posted by morpheus177 on 12/1/2003 00:56