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February 21 2004

Review for Eurotrip This is the first review that I have seen. This reviewer seems to like it.

"Finally, a teen sex comedy that's funnier than both its trailer and its outtakes.
More important, "Eurotrip" -- with its laser-guided sex toys and infectious theme song, "Scotty Doesn't Know" -- just might be the best comedy so far this year."

I'm going to be watching that movie today. Weee.
I've read quite a few reviews and they've all been terrible. I'll definitely be skipping this one.
I read one yesterday at the SF Chronicle-Examiner site (second one down)that was interesting because it praised the movie but said that MT didn't quite carry it off (like Invisible Green said earlier):

Michelle Trachtenberg (from TV's "Buffy: The Vampire Slayer''), as his twin sister, is a bit too careful in her appearance to be plausible as just one of the guys. Her character is supposed to be so dudelike that the boys forget she's a girl.

Thus far the three or four reviews I've read generally like it but either don't mention her at all or they say something similar.
Well, I went to the link that Forcorreo listed and it looks like a mixed bag of reviews. I think if you like movies with raunchy humor and not a lot of plot you'll enjoy it and if you don't you won't. Christopher, you'll have to let us know what you thought after you see it. I thought some of the ads for it looked funny and the one scene they show when MT does some goofy laugh cracks me up.
Yeah there's plenty of reviews. Most aren't positive, but even if they were, let's face it, it's another brainless raunchy teen comedy. To me it's a rental tops. On a rainy sunday afternoon when I'm very low maintenance.

This was a funny quote from another review: "...doing its damnedest to assure Europeans that their image of Americans as uncultured morons is accurate."
You know what? I liked it. It's new, sexy, and packed with comedy. It's very fresh and the fact that they didn't pack a bunch of "first rate celebrities" in it made it even better. Something seemed a little off with MT, though.

Anyway, don't wait for the video. I really enjoyed it.

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