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Writers (WGA):
Todd Phillips (written by) &
Scot Armstrong (written by)
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The greatest college tradition of all time. See more »
Four college buddies embark on a road trip to retrieve an illicit tape mistakenly mailed to a female friend. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Breckin Meyer ... Josh

Seann William Scott ... E. L.

Amy Smart ... Beth

Paulo Costanzo ... Rubin

DJ Qualls ... Kyle

Rachel Blanchard ... Tiffany

Anthony Rapp ... Jacob

Fred Ward ... Earl Edwards

Tom Green ... Barry

Andy Dick ... Motel Clerk

Ethan Suplee ... Ed

Horatio Sanz ... French Toast Guy

Rhoda Griffis ... Tour Group Mom

Marla Sucharetza ... Sperm Bank Nurse

Ellen Albertini Dow ... Barry's Grandma

Edmund Lyndeck ... Barry's Grandpa

Jessica Cauffiel ... The Wrong Tiffany

Kohl Sudduth ... Mark
Wendell B. Harris Jr. ... Professor Anderson

Rini Bell ... Carla

Jaclyn DeSantis ... Heather
Aliya Campbell ... Wendy
Kim Fox ... Target Clerk

Patricia Gaul ... Cookie Edwards
Richie Dye ... Duffy

Mary Lynn Rajskub ... Blind Brenda

Tim Ware ... Officer Bortz
Julia Wright ... Joyce
Paula Claire Jones ... Stephanie

Richard Peterson ... Michael

Phe Caplan ... Boston Coed

Avery Kidd Waddell ... Jeff

Omar J. Dorsey ... Lawrence
Preston Wigasi Brant ... Chris (as Preston Brant)

Mia Amber Davis ... Rhonda

Jimmy Kimmel ... Corky the Dog (voice)
Bethany Sacks ... Lisa

Charlie McWade ... Brian

Todd Barry ... Campus Security #1
Bill Rowell ... Campus Security #2
Bill Gribble ... Bomb Squad Detective
Guenevere Rodriguez ... Tour Group (as Guinevere Rodriguez)
Al Wiggins ... Tour Group
Lisa Chyn ... Tour Group

Daniel Emery Taylor ... Tour Group (as Daniel Taylor)

Rachel Marinacci ... Tour Group
Bob Place ... Tour Group (as Bobby Place)
Frank Girardeau ... Tour Group

Marla Malcolm ... Tour Group (as Marla Leigh Malcom)

Matt Walsh ... Crime Scene Photographer (as Matthew Paul Walsh)

John Ross Bowie ... Waiter

Cristen Coppen ... Kim

Cleo King ... Woman on Bus

Lori Beth Sikes ... Party Guest (as Lori Beth Edgeman)
Kellie Garrigan ... Party Guest
Michael Cornier ... Party Guest
Frank Cooper ... Party Guest
Mark Bez ... Party Guest
Andrew Fowler ... Party Guest
Paul Simpson ... Party Guest
Krew Keth ... Party Guest (as Rada Phlong)
Marc Gordon ... Stepper
Tharon Johnson ... Stepper
Raymond DeLoatch ... Stepper
Will Aklin ... Stepper
Calvin J. Wilson ... Stepper

Benjamin Booker ... Stepper
Bridgett Wise ... Barry's Girl

Aerica D'Amaro ... Barry's Girl

Todd Phillips ... Foot Lover

Deborah Zoe ... E. L.'s Girlfriend
The K.G.B. ... Party Band
Johnny Genius ... Party Band
Moses ... Party Band
Tom Peyton ... Party Band
Ben Kramer ... Party Band
Eric Tobias ... Party Band
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Aviva ... Student Getting Mail (uncredited)

Cameron Beach ... Bum #1 at Sperm Bank (uncredited)

Valeisha Butterfield ... College Student (uncredited)

Randall Carlton ... Class Superlative (uncredited)

Doshia Darmane ... Party Girl (uncredited)

Adam Fristoe ... Partier (uncredited)
Benjamin Gravitt ... Extra (uncredited)
Mandy Lauderdale ... Extra (uncredited)

Summer LeAnn ... Girl on Pool Tire Swing (uncredited)
Ron Marino ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Relton McBurrows ... (uncredited)

Patrick Millsaps ... Police Officer (uncredited)

Muretta Moss ... Sorority Girl (uncredited)
Jacob Moyer Moats ... Philosophy Student (uncredited)

Shanda Lee Munson ... Sorority Girl (uncredited)
Kendra Myers ... Extra (uncredited)

Casey Nelson ... Ithaca Student (uncredited)
Ernest Peterson ... Fraternity Brother (uncredited)
Byron Purvis ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Noah Ray ... Extra / driver (uncredited)
Michael South ... Extra (uncredited)
Jim Spann ... Auction High Bidder (uncredited)
Jonathan Thompson ... Driver (uncredited)

Alex Watson ... Stoned Student (uncredited)
Heather Worley ... Target Shopper (uncredited)

Directed by
Todd Phillips 
Writing credits
Todd Phillips (written by) &
Scot Armstrong (written by)

Produced by
Daniel Goldberg .... producer
Sheldon Kahn .... associate producer
Joe Medjuck .... producer
Tom Pollock .... executive producer
Ivan Reitman .... executive producer
Original Music by
Michael Simpson  (as Mike Simpson)
Cinematography by
Mark Irwin 
Film Editing by
Sheldon Kahn 
Peter Teschner 
Casting by
Ann Goulder 
Nancy Nayor 
Production Design by
Clark Hunter 
Art Direction by
Max Biscoe 
Set Decoration by
Traci Kirshbaum 
Costume Design by
Peggy Stamper 
Makeup Department
Philip Ivey .... hair stylist (as Phillip Ivey)
Harriette Landau .... makeup department head
Donna M. Premick .... makeup artist (as Donna Premick)
Joani Yarbrough .... key hair stylist
Production Management
Joe Dishner .... unit production manager
Erica Frauman .... post-production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Frank Davis .... second assistant director
Melanie Grefe .... second assistant director
David Hallinan .... first assistant director: second unit (as Dave Hallinan)
Veronica A. Hodge-Hampton .... second second assistant director (as Veronica Hampton)
Michael Neumann .... first assistant director
Robin Warren .... second assistant director: second unit
Nicholas Wolfert .... second assistant director: additional photography (uncredited)
Art Department
Ted Boonthanakit .... storyboard artist
Dan Bush .... paint foreman
Adam Caperton .... greens foreman (as Adam A. Caperton)
James Cheshire .... stand-by painter
Christopher Didiot .... set dresser (as Christopher Parr)
Michelle Ihnot .... swing gang
Tony Kupersmith .... construction coordinator
George A. Lee .... assistant property master (as George A. Lee II)
Ana Martinez .... art department coordinator
David E. Moore .... construction foreman (as David Moore)
V. Alice Nisbet .... on-set dresser (as Alice Nisbet)
Charles Righetti .... leadperson
Melinda Sanders .... buyer
Scott A. Stephens .... property master (as Scott Stephens)
Brian Walsh .... swing gang
Jessee J. Clarkson .... mold shop foreman (uncredited)
David Dreyer .... set dresser (uncredited)
Robin O'Brien .... construction office coordinator (uncredited)
Brian Ransom .... art department production assistant (uncredited)
Sound Department
Benjamin Beardwood .... dialogue supervisor
Gary C. Bourgeois .... re-recording mixer (as Gary Bourgeois)
Brent Brewington .... boom operator
Aaron Bryson .... sound loader
Freddy Chancellor .... cable person
Dean Drabin .... adr mixer
Jerry Edemann .... supervising adr editor
Cameron Frankley .... supervising sound editor
Don Givens .... foley mixer
Catherine Harper .... foley artist (as Cathrine Harper)
Hilda Hodges .... foley artist
Jason W. Jennings .... sound effects editor (as Jason Jennings)
Kenneth L. Johnson .... sound effects editor
Bradley C. Katona .... sound effects editor
Gary Lewis .... dialogue editor
David Melhase .... adr editor
Greg Orloff .... re-recording mixer
Alison Sanford .... sound recordist
Jonathon 'Earl' Stein .... production sound mixer (as Jonathan 'Earl' Stein)
Cary Stratton .... adr recordist
James A. Williams .... foley editor (as Jim Williams)
Steven D. Williams .... foley supervisor
David Wolowic .... first assistant sound editor (as Dave Wolowic)
William Jacobs .... sound editor (uncredited)
Magic A. Moreno .... Mag and Opticle Transfer Engineer (uncredited)
Special Effects by
Burt Dalton .... special effects coordinator
Dale Ettema .... special effects
David Fletcher .... special effects
Paul H. Haines Jr. .... special effects
Donald Myers .... special effects (as Don Myers)
Visual Effects by
Beth Arco .... animal surveying
Julie Jaros .... digital modeler
Michael Kaelin .... digital compositor
Richard Kriegler .... digital artist
Scott Liedtka .... software testing
Bob Monaghan .... computer systems
Peter G. Travers .... effects supervisor (as Pete Travers)
Sue Travers .... effects assistant
Kelly Wilcox .... animator: talking dog
Lance Wilhoite .... effects producer
Bruce Jones .... visual effects producer (uncredited)
Alfredo Ramirez .... titles compositor: Picture Mill (uncredited)
Joey Anaya .... stunts
Gregg Brazzel .... stunt coordinator
Robert Brubaker .... stunts (as Bob Brubaker)
Danny Downey .... stunts
John Edward .... stunts
Gary Guercio .... stunts
David Paul Lord .... stunts
Anderson Martin .... stunts
Tina Mckissick .... stunts (as Tina McKissick)
Chris Nielsen .... stunts
Steven Ritzi .... stunts (as Steve Ritzi)
Lonnie R. Smith Jr. .... stunts
Camera and Electrical Department
Louis 'Bolaji' Bailey .... rigging best boy grip (as Louis Bailey)
Glenn Ballard .... grip
David L. Blackburn .... first assistant camera: second unit (as David Blackburn)
Lee Blasingame .... first assistant camera
Dan Cornwall .... rigging gaffer
Stephen Crowley .... best boy electric
Jeff W. Curtis .... grip
Dale Fowler .... rigging best boy electric
Donny Fowler .... electrician
Jos'h Hancher .... second assistant camera: "b" camera (as Josh Hancher)
Anthony Hardwick .... director of photography: second unit
Darryl Humber .... dolly grip
Robert Kempf .... key rigging grip
Bret Lanius .... first assistant camera: second unit
Eric Leftridge .... second assistant camera: second unit
David McLean .... electrician
Eric Milsen .... video operator
John S. Moyer .... Steadicam operator (as John Moyer)
John S. Moyer .... camera operator (as John Moyer)
Gary Oldknow .... grip (as Gary R. Oldknow)
Robert Paglliaro .... first assistant camera: second unit
Jesse Wayne Parker .... key grip (as J. Wayne Parker)
Van Redin .... still photographer
Riko Schatke .... best boy grip
Nancy Segler .... second assistant camera: second unit
Steve Sudge .... electrician
Fred Thomas .... camera loader (as Freddy Thomas)
Joseph Thomas .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Grady Upchurch .... second assistant camera
Tim Walker .... second assistant camera: second unit
Jay W. Yowler .... chief lighting technician (as Jay Yowler)
Steve Zigler .... electrician
Brant S. Fagan .... Steadicam operator (uncredited)
Eric J. Goldstein .... director of photography: additional photography (uncredited)
Darren Michaels .... additional still photographer (uncredited)
Greg Morse .... 24 frame video operator (uncredited)
Chad Schroeder .... electrician (uncredited)
John Trapman .... aerial director of photography (uncredited)
R. Gern Trowbridge .... electrician: additional photography (uncredited)
Animation Department
Kelly Wilcox .... animator
Casting Department
Scott Budnick .... casting assistant
Shay Griffin .... casting: Atlanta (as Shay Bentley-Griffin)
Cynthia Stillwell .... extras casting
Chad Darnell .... location casting assistant (uncredited)
Janet Farris .... casting associate (uncredited)
Aimee Howard .... casting assistant (uncredited)
Jeffrey M. Paal .... background casting (uncredited)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Aimee Kandl .... set costumer
Keith G. Lewis .... assistant costume designer (as Keith Lewis)
Fred Lloyd .... costume supervisor
Melissa Mason .... wardrobe assistant
Amanda Zenil .... key costumer
Marie Boller .... costumer (uncredited)
Editorial Department
Gary Burritt .... negative cutter
Shannon Carey .... apprentice editor
Martin Cohen .... post-production executive
Sven E. Fahlgren .... post-production coordinator (as Sven E.M. Fahlgren)
Matt Friedman .... assistant editor (as Matthew Friedman)
Dana E. Glauberman .... assistant editor: avid
Dale E. Grahn .... color timer (as Dale Grahn)
Saul Saladow .... first assistant editor
Kevin Du Toit .... assistant post-production (uncredited)
John M. Vitale .... assistant editor (uncredited)
Location Management
Brian Albertsman .... location manager
Mark Cottrell .... location scout
Michael Fletcher .... location scout
M. Roxanne Lowery .... location scout
Brian Keith Miller .... assistant location manager
Brad Smith .... location manager: second unit
Sara Burton .... assistant location manager: re-shoots (uncredited)
Stephen Dirkes .... location scout (uncredited)
Toiya Thimbe Prather .... location production assistant (uncredited)
Music Department
Peter Afterman .... music supervisor
Tom Green .... composer: song "The Salmon Song"
Todd Homme .... executive in charge of music
Roy Prendergast .... music editor
Chris Jacks .... composer: additional music (uncredited)
Margaret Yen .... associate music supervisor (uncredited)
Transportation Department
Missy Anderson .... transportation office coordinator
Robert Gillis .... transportation captain
Neil Hyman .... transportation coordinator
Teddy J. Ritchie .... transportation captain (as Teddy Ritchie)
Oranz Walker .... transportation co-captain (as Oranz L. Walker)
Robert Brubaker .... driver (uncredited)
Robert Van Apeldoorn .... transportation (uncredited)
Other crew
David Allsberry .... head animal trainer
Suzanne Barr .... production assistant
Bonnie Chaney .... payroll accountant
Hans-Harding A. Chew .... production assistant
Felicity Cockram .... assistant: Tom Pollock
Josh Corder .... stand-in
Kyle Cox .... stand-in
Jason Cunningham .... production assistant
Maria DeVane .... post-production accountant
Greg East .... first aid
David Fleeman .... stand-in
René González .... projectionist
Shawn M. Gray .... production assistant
Lisa Kemp .... production assistant
Mara Kerum .... chef
Joy Kuraitis .... assistant: Joe Medjuck
Jennifer Lester .... production assistant
James Linville .... assistant accountant
Janet Lonsdale .... production accountant
Jodi Macaulay .... assistant: Dan Goldberg
Ray McCort .... pilot: second unit
Adam Muth .... stand-in
Medha Pandya .... location office assistant
Senia Phillips .... animal trainer/handler: dog, mouse, reptiles
Amy Rubenstein .... assistant accountant
David Schulenburg .... production assistant
Laurie Sheldon .... assistant: Michael Chinich
Michael C. Smith .... police coordinator (as Mike Smith)
Janice F. Sperling .... production coordinator
Scott Sudduth .... production assistant
Jim Turner .... production controller
Barbara Tuss .... script supervisor
Susan Van Apeldoorn .... craft service
Tim Vasilovic .... production assistant
Juliet Ward .... assistant: Ivan Reitman
Thom Watson .... production secretary
Shawn Weber .... animal trainer
Mindy Weissman .... assistant production coordinator
Carolyn White .... assistant: Mr. Phillips
Cheeba White .... key set production assistant
Teresa M. Yarbrough .... production coordinator: second unit
Signe Yberg .... fashion consultant
Gregg Zambrovitz .... production assistant
Paul Ballon .... first assistant accountant (uncredited)
Joe Bosma .... stand-in (uncredited)
Devon Evans .... animal trainer (uncredited)
Alex Hunter .... production assistant (uncredited)
Rina Jakubowicz .... production assistant: second unit (uncredited)
Joseph Lawsky .... production assistant (uncredited)
Steven R. Molen .... production executive (uncredited)
Eynne Ray .... stand-in (uncredited)
Philip Wilson .... police coordinator (uncredited)
Crew believed to be complete

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Rated R for strong sexual content, crude humor, language and drug use
93 min | USA:94 min (unrated version)
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[First Line]
Barry:Welcome to the University of Ithica. This is it, right here. This is what we're talkin about. I'm gonna give you a good tour today. Show you as much, as much as you need to know, plus a, plus a whole lt more actually. So this is the main area of the University. You'll be getting used to this area. This is sort of where you congregate with your friends and classmates. Come in around me everyone, come in around me. Don't straggle. We've had prblems...
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29 out of 42 people found the following review useful.
A throw back to the 80's comedy that was actually funny, 23 May 2000
Author: Dan Grant ( from Toronto, Ontario

You have to thank Something About Mary and American Pie for doing what they did. These are two movies that came along and were bold enough to try something different. Those films included raunchy jokes, crude humour, nudity and they had the audacity to poke fun at everyone, call them the Quentin Tarantino of comedies. Before American Pie, you had some ALMOST good films with Can't Hardly Wait and 10 Things I Hate About You. They were good but not quite good enough to be mentioned in the same breath as Animal House and Porky's and such. Then American Pie comes along and shows everyone that it is okay to have boobs again and to use the f-word liberally with lines like " Sherman, what the f*** are you doing here?" and " Oz, F***face, I don't think he's coming back!" This was a film that didn't try to imitate closely the way teens and young adults talk, it DID imitate the way teens and young adults talk. Road Trip continues that trend. Hollywood has to realize when it gives the green light to scripts that we are not as stupid as they think we are, in most cases. And what I mean by that is simply, sure, it can make money off almost any excuse for a teen film like Drive Me Crazy and Here On Earth and such, but if you want to hit the jackpot, if you want young people to feel the need to see the film more than once and recommend it to their friends, you have to have a smart ear, likable characters to laugh at and more than just a simple boy meets girl story. Road Trip is that movie!

When I went into the film, I was shocked but pleasantly so, to see Ivan Reitman and Dan Goldberg's name attached to the film as executive producers. These are guys that have brought us films like Animal House, Ghostbusters, Meatballs, Stripes and even something like Kindergarten Cop. These are all funny films with a great ear for dialogue. So it immediately starts off on the right foot.

The next thing it did right is the casting of Tom Greene and Sean William Scott. Greene is quite sick and twisted by nature and Sean William Scott stole every scene in American Pie. So to include them in your cast as the raunchiest guys of the bunch is great casting. The next thing the film does right is it goes back to the roots of campus comedy and it has plenty of nudity. Yes, sure this may sound sexist and primitive but it also sells tickets. And they can actually make a case for having it because the story is being told by Greene's character so, as he puts it, " it is my story, there can be lots of nudity if I want there to be. "

Road Trip has plenty of beautiful women, crude jokes, a nerd that discovers who he is, annebriation, drugs, mean sprited jokes and a script that is more convoluted and conventionally funny than any film save American Pie. Nothing is sacred here. That includes the blind, obesity, women, animals and of course nerds.

This is a fun film and although I am sure that it is garnered more towards males, if you can go in with an open mind anyone can enjoy it. I will bet that this film will go on to gross about 70 or 80 million dollars and I hope that more films are made in this kind of tradition. We need more films inspired by Animal House. We need more characters that are take-offs of John Belushi and Tom Greene. Maybe Ivan Reitman will have another script like this one on his shelf somewhere and he is ready to dust that one off as well. Maybe. All I know is that this film is fresh and it is worth your time.

And of course, most importantly, it is one hell of a funny movie!

8.5 out of 10

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