Review by: Toby Gregory | Rating:
DVD SPECIAL FEATURES: Party commentary; Deleted scenes;
Alternative ending; Nude Beach Exposed; Gag reel.
HAVE you ever pressed 'send' on an email and immediately wished
you could get it back? Well, Scotty Thomas and his Berlin-based
computer pen-pal, Mieke, have been writing to each other for years,
sharing every detail about their lives.
But when Mieke makes a cyber pass at Scotty, he completely freaks
out, thinking that this guy he’s known for years is coming
on to him… in German no less.
Unfortunately, the one detail Scotty doesn’t seem to know
is that, in Germany, Mieke is a girl’s name.
By the time Scotty figures out that Mieke is a girl, and a stunning
one at that, Mieke has cut off her email account and all contact
Thinking that this might be his one
chance at true love (even though he’s never actually met
the girl) – Scotty and his best friends embark on a raucous
trip across Europe headed for Berlin.
Brought to us from the from the producers who took audiences
on a Road Trip and back to Old School
Eurotrip follows the same basic American
Pie genre, recycled and presented in a new guise.
Although this may not be a high brow intellectual comedy that
you’ll remember and take something from, it never promises
to be. However, its measure is its fellow smutty tissue teen flicks
and as so it fails to ignite any new sparks.
Compounding this disaster are the cringe worthy national stereotypes
played out in cameo appearances from Vinnie Jones and Lucy Lawless
(Xena Warrior Princess).
If you are really stuck for something to do and are fed up of
watching paint dry then head down to the cinema and use this as
a Sunday night sleeping pill.
Otherwise, wait for what should be its imminent release on video
and the delightful sight of Jessica Boehrs.