Blu-ray Disc Features:
- Rated: R
- Run Time: 1 hours, 33 minutes
- Video: Color
- Released: January 8, 2013
- Originally Released: 2000
- Label: Paramount Catalog
- Encoding: Region [unknown]
- Dolby Digital 5.1 - English, French, Spanish
- DTS HD Master Audio - English, French, Spanish
- Subtitles - English, French, Spanish
Performers, Cast and Crew:
Memorable Quotes and Dialog:
"Unleash the fury."
- Barry (Tom Green) to Mitch the snake
New York Times - 05/26/2000
"...The fun is all in the gags....you'll laugh despite yourself..."
Rolling Stone - 06/08/2000
"...A wild, whacked-out ride....Green is a unique talent..."
Box Office - 07/01/2000
"...It's very funny, it's rambunctious and it's unabashedly sexy....Green could easily become the next Jim Carrey..."
Los Angeles Times - 05/19/2000
"...ROAD TRIP is consistently funny....Smartly produced and consistently lively, the film shows its young actors to terrific advantage..."
Total Film - 11/01/2000
"...The dialogue is crisp, the pace is good and the scenery pretty..."
Road Trips |
- Theatrical release: May 19, 2000.
- Tom Green, who is making his feature-film debut with ROAD TRIP, contracted testicular cancer in 2000 and documented it on his MTV show.
- Executive producer Ivan Reitman, who produced ANIMAL HOUSE, chose Todd Phillips as the director of ROAD TRIP after seeing Phillips's FRAT HOUSE documentary at Sundance. ROAD TRIP is Phillips's first fiction film.
- DJ Qualls originally read for a one-line bit part but landed the role of Kyle instead.
The name of the snake Barry can't wait to see eat a mouse is Mitch.
- Drew Barrymore, who was dating Tom Green at the time of the shoot, is on the cover of the Celebrity Skin magazine the hotel clerk (Andy Dick) is reading.
- Director Todd Phillips plays the man on the bus who sucks Beth's toes.
- Jimmy Kimmel supplies the voice of the dog.
- Breckin Meyer wrote and performed "I Got a Girl" in the film; Tom Green wrote and performed "The Salmon Song." The K.G.B, Jungle Brothers, Black Eyed Peas, Randy Travis, Ween, Kid Rock, eels, RUN-DMC, Twisted Sister, Groove Armada, Supergrass, Buckcherry, and the Jon Spenceer Blues Explosion, among others, also contributed songs to the film.
- The band at the fraternity party is the K.G.B.
- The music video of "Mr. E's Beautiful Blues" by eels features much of the cast of ROAD TRIP.
- Tom Green contracted testicular cancer in 2000 and documented it on his MTV show.