Road Trip 2000

Critics score:
57 / 100

Reviews provided by RottenTomatoes

Ebert & Roeper: Read more

Robert Denerstein, Denver Rocky Mountain News: Read more

Tom Long, Detroit News: Road Trip is the best dumb party movie of the year; if that's what you've been craving, buckle up. Read more

Paul West, Seattle Times: Although lively at times, the proceedings are far too perfunctory to generate a 'can-you-top-this' quality. The result is a film that knows some of the words, but not the music. Read more

Tom Maurstad, Dallas Morning News: Road Trip is broadly amusing with a few bright spots. But those can't cover up the major gaps in storytelling, characterization and laughs. Read more

Stephen Holden, New York Times: As we all know, bad taste is timeless. And sometimes it can be so funny that you can't help laughing. Read more

Bob Longino, Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Road Trip is nothing more than a series of sight gags and put-downs. It's often funny, but it never has anything smart to say. Read more

Bruce Westbrook, Houston Chronicle: Road Trip rides the wave of popularity for base, politically incorrect, outrageous humor. Read more

Owen Gleiberman, Entertainment Weekly: Road Trip ... celebrates the triumph of hedonistic righteousness in a world where it already rules. Read more

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James Berardinelli, ReelViews: The movie is sloppily made, but there's almost a sly charm to the sloppiness, and the unevenness of the filmmaking doesn't detract from the picture's most obvious laughs. Read more

Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times: Road Trip is mellow and dirty, which is the wrong combination. Read more

Andrew O'Hehir, Multiplexes should be thronged with howling, high-fiving young men deep into summer. Read more

Mick LaSalle, San Francisco Chronicle: Road Trip may not be an ambitious film, but it doesn't lack for imagination, and the nasty edge of its comedy makes it refreshing. Read more

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Desson Thomson, Washington Post: Road Trip may not have the all-time-classic status of Animal House, but it's frequently as funny. Read more