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The Tomatometer is 59% or lower.
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When a wandering trio of London-based, Australian twenty-something's picks up a camera crew and a fun-loving party guy for a wild VW Kombi road trip across Europe, the adventure that follows isn't like anything listed in the travel guides. Liz and Maggie have quit their jobs, packed their bags, and convinced Maggie's sister Sal to join them in the ultimate European road trip. The only trouble is that, without jobs, the unemployed pair has no cash to finance the extravagant outing. Soon after coming into contact with a camera crew that agrees to finance the wild journey, the girls befriend aimless party guy Scott and the entire crew hastily hit the road for some of the hottest spots in Europe. From wild nights in Spain to a beer-soaked visit to Germany, the rowdy road trip quickly takes a turn for the worse when the girls realize that their new traveling companion is not quite the man he initially appeared to be, and the cameras are there to capture every outrageous moment.