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:up: :fresh: Eurotrip was awesome I loved Scott and Jacob. They were great and hot too. This is a good teen movie. I wish I could have went to Europe but I couldn't go.
[You see... I was supposed to be reading Inherit the Wind

Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events is confusing somewhat, but I like the directing.

Eurotrip is stupid but not entirely unenjoyable. It wasn't that funny either. Tessa made me watch it

Little Black Book is an absolute mess. The producers tried to market it as another one of those romantic-comedies, but it wasn't. My sister liked it. I disown her.

Breakfast Club is the classic teenage high school movie. I enjoyed it immensely.

Casablanca is just one of those movies you ought to see. Humphrey Bogart kisses strangely, I think.
Eurotrip - 3/4
Hilarious.
A fun movie. I had some laughs, and it was really enjoyble. My only complaint is the male nudity on the unrated version. And even if the character of Cooper was played by a David Spade wanna be, he was still funny. It was a fun teen movie to watch. 6/10:fresh:
i gave it a 7 simply for the song in the begining "scotty doesn't know" it was a great song lol
Maybe it's just my sense of humor, but I found Eurptrip to be quite funny.



Perhaps the breakout star will be Buffy alum Michelle Trachenberg. She has shown a niche for comedic timing and has shown some good dramatic acting while on BTVS. With the popularity of this film and her recent Ice Princess, time will only tell if she will have a signifigant career in feature films.

"If you go in thinking it's just a stupid teenage sex comedy, it can be pretty funny."
-- Kevin Carr, FILM THREAT
Eurotrip ŷ

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

The Plot: When the German pen pal that a high school student, Scott Thomas (Mechlowisz), has been using to help him get an "A" in German (by translating his homework over the Internet) for years suggests that they meet, the boy's reaction is to freak out, thinking that "Mieke" is a) a guy and b) some sort of older sexual stalker, looking for a young boyfriend. When he discovers to his delight that his pen pal is actually a cute fraulein (Bohrs), he and his best friend, Cooper (Pitts), who tries to con his summer internship boss into thinking he's still in America, fly to Europe, accompanied by twins Jenny (Trachtenberg) and Jamie (Wester), after graduation to meet her, in an exciting and sometimes wacky trip across Europe (London to Paris to Amsterdam), headed for Berlin.

The Good: There is a good guest appearance in this movie, and a pretty good theme song (although it is way over used.) There was a few scenes I found funny actually.

The Bad: Too much nudity, and before you get excited about that, it's more male nudity then female, and the male nudity is not pleasent, to say the least. There are some offensive scenes that I would like to erase from my memory.

Overall: The writers fail miserably in trying to make a classic, and instead find themselves with a bunch of bad actors to go along with their pathetic story.

Score: 28/100
I don't know... I guess the movie was kind of funny but I couldn't stop thinking about how much of a rip off of Road Trip this was. In comparison the characters were far less memorable and the story was much more boring. I can't say it was a horrible movie but if you're looking for a good comedy to rent about teens traveling around while having weird shit happen to them then stay far away from this and go with the much funnier Road Trip. I hate bad rip offs. Thats all... good bye.