I watched the film Eurotrip more for the travel part than the story itself. Now you would be saying that, “You liar, you wanted to see all the naughty scenes,” and I hope you believe me that I did not even know that those scenes were there (though I liked them) when I first started watching because it was on cable television, and not a DVD, and I would not have expected them. In any case, considering my affection for Europe and all the trips that I have made there, I was really hoping to see what else is out there that I can see. And this movie does bring you to all the exciting cities in Europe like London, Paris, Amsterdam, Berlin, and Rome, though the group does end up in Bratislava, capital of Slovakia, which in this film looks like a third-world city but in reality it is not so bad.
The film traces the adventures of Scotty Thomas (Scott Mechlowicz) who has been dumped by his girlfriend Fiona, who is sleeping with a band member, and is feeling pretty lonely. It is only after a misunderstanding is cleared that he finds out that the person in Germany he was exchanging emails in German for his German language class was actually a beautiful girl, Mieke (Jessica Boehrs), and not a guy as he initially thought. He decides to visit her in Berlin and comes along his best friend Cooper (Jacob Pitts). Their other two friends Jenny (Michelle Trachtenberg) and Jamie (Travis Wester) are already backpacking in Europe and they all hook up in Paris.
The group of four decide to make their way to Berlin but have a whole series of goofy and unexpected adventures along the way, most of them fairly stupid and unrealistic, but you will laugh all the way. This is not a serious travel show or even an intellectual comedy, but a comedy with a naughty spin, ideal for a fun night. Definitely recommended.