This double feature presents two road-trip comedies: ROAD TRIP (2000) and EUROTRIP (2004).
ROAD TRIP is good raunchy fun, starring a likable cast of characters, told by director Todd Phillips with a charm that places it above the standard teen exploitation flick. University of Ithaca College freshman Josh (Breckin Meyer) misses his childhood sweetheart, Tiffany (Rachel Blanchard), who is going to school in Austin, Texas. Josh makes a tape proclaiming his love for her, but one of his friends accidentally mails the wrong tape: he instead sends the tape of Josh having sex with the beautiful Beth (Amy Smart). So Josh, E.L. (Seann William Scott), Rubin (Paulo Costanzo), and Kyle (DJ Qualls), the geek with a car, set off in a powder blue Ford Taurus to intercept the tape before Tiffany can see it. They leave behind the insane Barry (Tom Green), who is on the multiyear graduating plan and would rather stay in the dorm and feed a live mouse to Mitch the snake. The group's 1800-mile trip features encounters with exploding cars, crazy motel clerks, too-hip grandparents, stealing from the blind, the wrong fraternity, and that old standby, chef's revenge.
Meanwhile, there's plenty of nudity and sex in EUROTRIP. Poor Scott (Scott Mechlowicz) finds out his girlfriend is cheating on him and then thinks his European pen-pal Mike is trying to start a homosexual affair via email. Once he realizes Mike is actually Mieke, a beautiful German girl, he and his buddy Cooper (Jacob Pitts) take off for Europe on a madcap quest to find her, discovering plenty of raunchy sex along the way. Hooking up with nerdy Jamie (Travis Wester) and his twin sister (Michelle Trachtenberg), they bond with soccer thugs in London, battle mimes in France, eat brownies in Amsterdam, guzzle absinthe in a European dance club, and generally raise mayhem. Gags include a grope-happy train passenger, a child impersonating Hitler, and some near incest.