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Based on 32 critic reviews provided by Metacritic.com
Grosser than "American Pie"! More penis jokes than "There''s Something About Mary"! Nudity more gratuitous than "Porky''s"!
Mr. Showbiz
It's a larky hoot in its best moments, and it has a refreshingly unforced sense of fun that buoys the scenes that are straight out of Lame Movie Laffs 101.
Entertainment Weekly
Slick, reasonably amusing, never asking its audience to swallow anything too wild for consumption.
New York Daily News
The jokes, fast and furious enough to satisfy both teens and intrepid parents, are far funnier than they are raunchy.
New York Post
A cheerfully crude, well-cast (and frequently uproarious) campus comedy in the tradition of "There's Something About Mary."
San Francisco Examiner
Slightly more mature and better assembled, Road Trip goes one better on "American Pie" by teasing out the idiosyncrasies in four guys existing in a personality grab bag.
Rolling Stone
As long as Green is onscreen, which is not nearly enough, Road Trip is easy to get revved up about.
USA Today
We all know grossly moronic behavior can, in the right situation, generate hearty guilty-pleasure guffaws - at least until overkill wears out the welcome.
Not as consistently or uproariously funny as "American Pie," but it does have a Zen zaniness that gives it center as well as edge.
Plot? There is no plot. You want plot, go read "War and Peace."
San Francisco Chronicle
The film's real find is D.J. Qualls, who is very funny as a jug-eared nerd who blossoms into a wild man after three days on the road.

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