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I couldn't get past the first half hour which was hell to watch.
★★ (out of four)
This little movie landed with a thud in theaters, and had its name changed once it hit video to the no less awkward "Eurotrapped". The plot is okay, but nothing special. The most interesting aspect is that it stars Bobby Kennedy III in the lead. He, of course, is the grandson of Robert F. Kennedy.
The good news is that Kennedy is actually not too bad of an actor. He is likeable and seems genuine. In the right role he might have an opportunity to shine.
Kennedy plays Charlie, the lazy son of a wealthy New York City couple. Since he is not actively looking for a job after college graduation, his Dad (Alec Baldwin) and Mom (Catherine Mary Stewart) decide to cut him off. They hand him $5,000 and set him loose in the world.
Instead of being responsible, he grabs the money and takes a trip to Italy. There he travels around meeting new people and somehow gets involved the stereotypical mafia.
There are some okay moments but not enough to leave much of an impression.
20 minutes were enough...