Eurotrip (2003)



Critic Consensus: A trip worth taking if one's not offended by gratuitous nudity and bad taste.

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Written and directed by Alec Berg, David Mandel, and Jeff Schaffer, Eurotrip is a teen comedy from the Montecito Picture Company (makers of similar movies Old School and Road Trip). Mainstream teenager Scott (Scott Mechlowicz) forms an online friendship with German student Mieke in order to get a passing grade in his high school German class. When he finds out Mieke is a buxom blonde girl (Jessica Böhrs), he travels to meet her with his pals Cooper (Jacob Pitts), Jenny (Michelle Trachtenberg), and Jamie (Travis Wester). The group of randy teens head to Berlin by way of London, Paris, and Amsterdam. ~ Andrea LeVasseur, Rovi
R (for sexuality, nudity, language and drug/alcohol content)
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Scott Mechlowicz
as Scotty Thomas
Jacob Pitts
as Cooper Harris
Matt Damon
as Donny
Lucy Lawless
as Madame Vandersexxx
Vinnie Jones
as Mad Maynard
Fred Armisen
as Creepy Italian Guy
Joanna Lumley
as Hostel Clerk
Cathy Meils
as Mrs. Thomas
Jakki Degg
as Missy
Steve Hytner
as Green Fairy
J. Adams
as Lustra's Guitarist
Christopher Baird
as Lustra's Vocalist
Vitezsalv Bouchner
as Orange Juice Ad
Nicholas J.M. Cloutman
as Lustra's Bassist
Bruce Fulford
as Lustra's Drummer
Helder Cambolo
as Rasta Chef
Andrea Stuart
as Courier Clerk
Paul Oldham
as Cecil
Mike McGuffie
as Hooligan
John Comer
as Hooligan
Jeff Smith
as Hooligan
Mike Cella
as Hooligan
David Fisher
as Hooligan
Petr Jakl
as Gunter
J.P. Manoux
as Robot Man
Patrick Rapold
as Christoph
Eric Moscoso Vertiz
as Naked Spanish Guy
Labass Kanoute
as Naked African Guy
Sota Sakuma
as Naked Tiny Asian Guy
Edita Deveroux
as Nude Beach Lady
Lucie Kachtíková
as Vandersexxx Girl
Zuzana Kocová
as Vandersexxx Girl
Go Go Dyei Jen-Michel
as Rasta Waiter
Jakub Kohák
as French Soccer Fan
Helder Combolo
as Rasta Chef
as Donny's Band
Jana Pallaske
as Anna, The Camera Store Girl
Roger Deneshe
as Bakery Man
Amy Huck
as Bakery Woman
Dominic Raacke
as Trucker
Barbora Navrátilová
as Vandersexxx Girl
Jan Nemejovský
as Manager at Opulent Hotel
Jan Nemejovksy
as Manager at Opulent Hotel
Miroslav Táborský
as Waiter at Opulent Hotel
Tereza Brettschweiderová
as Girl in Orange Juice Ad
Walter Sittler
as Mieke's Father
Adam Dotlacil
as Heinrich
Joel Kirby
as Swiss Guard
Andrea Miltnerová
as Vatican Tour Guide
Patrick Malahide
as Arthur Frommer
Kristýna Simová
as Girl in Orange Juice Ad
Ellen Savaria
as Tourist Woman in Vatican
Pedja Bjelac
as Italian Guy at Vatican
Nick Jameson
as Reporter
Petra Tomanková
as Nude Beach Lady
Pat Kilbane
as American Robot Guy
Tereza Zimová
as Vandersexxx Girl
Vitezsalv Bouchner
as Orange Juice Ad
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Critic Reviews for Eurotrip

All Critics (119) | Top Critics (30)

While Eurotrip scarcely amounts to a considered examination of transatlantic cultural differences, it sure comes through on the belly-laugh front.

Full Review… | February 26, 2004
L.A. Weekly
Top Critic

A woefully dumb picaresque that doubles as an inventory of stale stereotypes.

Full Review… | February 24, 2004
Village Voice
Top Critic

Just when you begin to wonder if it's ever going to get funny, or if it's going to be merely desperate all the way through, it lifts off like a wobbly helicopter -- and somehow it keeps flying.

Full Review… | February 20, 2004
Top Critic

The movie misses most of what is truly funny and compelling about the universal Western European adventure.

February 20, 2004
Washington Post
Top Critic

Should be toe-tagged and shoved into the deepest and coldest of video vaults.

Full Review… | February 20, 2004
Washington Post
Top Critic

You'll find plenty of dirty jokes and sexual innuendo, bathroom humor and nudity. But mixed with the sleaze is the unexpected and occasionally inspired.

Full Review… | February 20, 2004
USA Today
Top Critic

Audience Reviews for Eurotrip

A pretty funny teen sex comedy full of dirty jokes and bathroom humor. It is nothing special and definitely not supposed to be taken seriously, so just let yourself go with it and you may laugh real hard at its hilarious nonsense and inspired moments.

Carlos Magalhães
Carlos Magalhães

Super Reviewer

You don't have to have had a lobotomy to watch this movie, but it would probably help a lot.

Nicki Marie
Nicki Marie

Super Reviewer

Eurotrip is a pointless sequel to a mediocre comedy. This film has a very bad script, bad acting and directing. The jokes are more crude and vulgar, and most of the time are unfunny. This is a very sorry excuse for a comedy and Eurotrip scraps the bottom of the barrel in term of good ideas. Eurotrip is a rushed film and it's apparent that there wasn't enough thought to deliver a decent comedy. Eurotrip is a poorly stitched together film to make a quick buck off the original, which by today's standards has become quite unfunny in it's own right. Road Trip hasn't aged well, and with the years has become quite boring, I really don't see why they made a second film because this is a plainly yet another lame attempt at trying to mimick the first, but failling miserably, as if it was already a problem. Eurotrip can be described simply as a cash grab. Simple as that. This movie has nothing interesting to appeal to the viewer and ends up being a pointless comedy with strained jokes that try too hard to be funny, but ends up falling flat. Eurotrip is a disappointment that is one of the worst comedies ever made. This is a film that doesn't add anything to the first film and is unrelated. This is just another example of a film that tries to cash in on a successful (but not good) first film. Avoid it.

Alex roy
Alex roy

Super Reviewer

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