This is one of those movies I probably just missed the boat on. Todd Phillip's movies have gotten progressively better since his early years (with some fluctuation) and it's very much a movie of it's time for it's specific demographic, and I'm just not in that demographic anymore. Having said that, it does have a certain charm to it so I can't really knock it too hard. It's not really that funny, but it does have some chuckles, and there's a certain likability and time capsule quality to it. I've always liked Breckin Meyer and it's a shame he never got that much recognition, so it's cool to see him in a starring role. Sean William Scott, despite playing the same character he always does, is fine. Even Tom Green, who I can't stand, is actually pretty enjoyable in here. Not a great movie, if you missed the boat on this one there's not really any reason to go back, and if you're above the age of about 20 it's not gonna' do a lot for you, but it's likable enough that if you do see it there's no real harm. It's a fun little Road Trip movie with some nostalgic quality to it, so I ended up liking it more than disliking it.