Very best movie i ever watch
Too much of everything
The film may be flawed, but its message is not.
An old-fashioned movie made with new-fashioned finesse.
Like Roadtrip Eurotrip is all about the journey than the actual meeting only here it is cross country. This isn't as good as Road trip but that's not bad. Boy gets dumped by girl, boy has a penpal from Germany- a hot girl who he decides to pursue along with a bunch of friends. His adventures include hanging out with a bunch of Manchester United hooligans, going to a nude beach and a conclusion at the Vatican with the whole world watching. Eurotrip is a good teenage sex comedy though there isn't much in the way of sex. This is a fun movie to see with friends.
In the scene at the nude beach Jenny in a blue bikini and the scene where Jenny lifts her top to flash her breasts to incoming drivers (with her back to the camera) the actress, Michelle Trachtenberg was 17 years old at the time.Also, the club scene where Jenny and Jamie was kissing, the actor playing Jamie, Travis Wesler was 25 and the actress playing Jenny, Michelle Trachtenberg was 17.
An American student Scott Thomas (Scott Mechlowicz) unwittingly upsets his German penfriend Mieke (Jessica Boehrs) and decides to make amends by setting out on a trip to Berlin to win her heart back. Along for the ride are his friends Cooper, Jenny, and Jamie whom all learn that true love doesn't always flow quite so easily and that it also can move in rather strange and disturbing ways...Eurotrip is clearly a transcontinental cousin to Road Trip and it's a shame really that Eurotrip doesn't have anywhere near the same number of laughs as the earlier film that it clearly aspires to...The best way to describe Eurotrip is to imagine preparing a perfect dish; you get all the right ingredients and have all the necessary equipment to prepare the perfect dish, but then decide that you're going to let Frank Spencer cook it!!! Naturally, things aren't going to turn out well...For much of its running time the laughs are few and far between and many of the scenarios that are played out on screen are very cheap attempts at getting laughs. The film tries to create an endearing scenario with the protagonist trying to win back his pen friend/girlfriend, but even this is presented in a clumsy manner - the Mieke/Mike confusion was incredibly dumb even for a lowbrow sex comedy.Having said that once the film moves away from the US things do improve slightly if only for a short while; I though the best scenes in the film were those that featured the British football hooligans headed up by none other than Vinny Jones - I found it particularly funny that a bunch of Cockney football hooligans were Manchester United supporters which was an unexpected and very funny twist. Sadly aside from the scenes with the Brits and possibly the robot dancing I saw little else that was amusing. A lot of the other scenes were smut that would probably only appeal to teenage boys (which presumably is the target audience here). My main problem with this film is that I felt that it was nearly always trying too hard which unfortunately works against the film.The cast are likable enough and put in fairly good turns, but it's hard not to look at them without seeing re-workings of characters that we'd already seen in American Pie; Scott is Jim, Cooper is Stifler, Jamie is Finch and Jenny I'm not sure about maybe she's like Michelle - a geeky exterior with a nymphomaniac hiding underneath. None of this is particularly bad, but it's just bland and rather unsurprising.Sadly, Eurotrip is a poor film and I only wish that Vinny Jones and his gang of yobs featured more prominently in the picture (Jones in particular is very good here bringing his usual yobbish charm and using it to great effect here), but he's only in the film for about a quarter of the running time (at the most) and the film is all the more worse when he's not around. So the end result is a film that is 20% good and 80% bad and with odds like that I'd advise you to take your chances elsewhere.
Ugh, one of the worst movies I've ever sat through. I wanted to turn it off after five minutes and it never got any better. Sure, there are a couple of mild laughs to be had, but this is an ugly and offensive movie. The story follows four recent high school grads who go to Europe for a summer trip. The protagonist (Scott Mechlowicz) has recently discovered that the German pen pal he thought was a guy was really a girl, and he instantly falls in love with her upon this discovery (it's totally because she's so smart and funny, not because she's so hot in the picture he has received). The other American characters are Scotty's smarmy best friend (Jacob Pitts) and a boy and girl twins (Travis Wester and Michelle Trachtenberg, the latter supposedly being a tomboy but they make not even the slightest effort not to make her incredibly pretty and girlish at all times). The four of them act entitled all around Europe, getting into various sexist and homophobic shenanigans. Fred Armisen's role as a grabby Italian is particularly ugly. Matt Damon (as a pop punk singer who is boning Scotty's high school girlfriend) and Jeffrey Tambor (as Scotty's dad) provide a couple of giggles, but this is just a nasty, nasty movie.