After being mistaken for terrorists and thrown into Guantánamo Bay, stoners Harold and Kumar escape and return to the U.S., where they proceed to flee across the country with federal agents in hot pursuit.
Josh and Tiffany have been together since they were kids. ENTER Beth, a sexy blonde going to college with Josh. One night, Josh and Beth hook up and make a videotape the same day that Josh plans to mail a video to Tiffany of him talking about college life. The wrong tape gets sent, forcing Josh, along with a few pals, to go to Austin, where Tiffany is, and stop her from seeing the tape. Full of laughs, you'll be sure to enjoy Road Trip.Written by
Breckin Meyer who plays Josh starred in the movie Clueless and Rachel Blanchard who plays his girlfriend Tiffany starred in the TV series adaptation which her role was originated by Alicia Silverstone in the film. See more »
In the beginning of movie Josh puts 3 stamps on the envelope to Tiffany. When he gets the mail back in Austin it has 8 stamps. While his friends could have added them when they went to the post office, it's unlikely that they managed to also move the stamps closer together and change both the address and return address, which are completely different. See more »
In the TV version, nearly all profanities have been edited out, the naked women in the locker room are now wearing towels (most of the dialogue has been cut as well), and instead of "FUCK OFF", Jacob writes "DIE" on the paper in the office. Curiously though, the blind girl who E.L. steals the school bus from still gives him the middle finger. See more »
ROAD TRIP is a movie with well focused hilarity from start to finish. It is raunchy and wonderful, capturing college days with a light hearted frivolity that really tickled me so that I felt sick from laughing. The New York Times critic reviewed it on Friday, May 19th and said it much better than I can. He also loved the movie and found it very appealing, although neither of us is the age of the target audience, I suspect. I am 64 and love comedies. The sex and comedy is not at all offensive to viewers who have a well developed sense of humor. Sure, the serious and critical audience who love to find fault with any comedic effort will turn their noses up at this film. I do not recommend that they see this superb comedy. Tom Green is not the central character but he is very good in his role. The other cast members may not be well known but after this film it's just a matter of time before they are leading stars. All of the casting is just perfect. Photography and music are excellent. If this is the first of the quality that Montecito Pictures will produce they are a studio to follow in the future. Go see this film. Buy a box of popcorn and a Coke. Be careful not to choke on the popcorn from uncontrollable laughter. Take a long, hard swallow of the Coke and calm down. You will remember this evening for years!
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