After having a one-night stand with beautiful blonde Beth (Amy Smart), college student Josh (Breckin Meyer) accidentally mails a videotape of his naughty indiscretion to long-distance girlfriend, Tiffany (Rachel Blanchard).
In a desperate attempt to get the incriminating evidence back, Josh and his pals Rubin (Paulo Costanzo), Kyle (DJ Qualls) and the outrageous E.L. (Seann William Scott) road trip it across America, getting into numerous scrapes along the way. From blowing up their car to stealing a school bus, visiting a sperm bank and making a stomach-churning stop at a roadside diner, the boys indulge in plenty of deliciously depraved fun. As they race to get the tape, however, Kyle's concerned parents and a disgruntled Beth show up to put a hitch in their plans.
Irreverently narrated by cult MTV comic Tom Green, Road Trip is a winding journey that stops off along the way for plenty of nudity, hilarity and general insanity. This wickedly funny comedy plays like American Pie graduated and went off to college, as Scott - who played the irrepressible Stifler in Pie - vividly brings another boorish buffoon to life with Qualls pitch perfect as the down-trodden nerd who eventually gets his dues. As you'd expect, Todd Phillips' film is lewd, crude and definitely out to shock, but a strong cast and some genuinely funny moments make it one of the best of the college comedy pack.