Review Date: May 17, 2000
Director: Todd Phillips
Writer: Todd Phillips and Scot Armstrong
Producers: Daniel Goldberg, Joe Medjuck
Breckin Meyer as Josh Porter
Seann William Scott as E.L.
Tom Green as Barry
Giving the ladies a bit of the Tom Green ass was also a good idea. Spread the perversion, Hollywood, women want to see some of that, too! Speaking of Green, that was the one thing which did kind of disappoint me about this movie. NOT that he wasn't funny, no-no, not at all. In fact, he was one of the funnier characters in the film, only that he's barely in the 95-minute hummer! You see, he doesn't actually join his friends on the road trip, so we only get to see him from time to time, which was sort of disappointing, since he really does have a huge presence. All this to say that if you're looking for a very funny, mindless, sexist and most likely every other -ist type of film, this one is sure to fit your bill. It's funny as heck, it's got a great, hip soundtrack and it moves along at a quickity-quick pace. So wipe that smile onto your face, wash your balls, get your mind into the gutter, and prepare to enjoy watching a bunch of goofballs getting into all kinds of trouble. And oh yeah...there's also a moral to the story...if you're gonna cheat on your partner...try not to send them the actual videotape of the event!
PS: Any movie that includes Twisted Sister's classic anthem "I Wanna Rock", is allright in my book.