Road Trip - Unseen & Explicit is the uncut version of the box office smash that promises to show us what we didn't see at the cinema.
This film is straight from the American Pie school of comedy. It is set in the University of Ithaca, New York where Josh (Meyer) succumbs to temptation and cheats on his long-term girlfriend Tiffany, who is at university in Texas. The girl who eventually tempted him is the adventurous Beth (Smart) who, using Josh's camcorder, films their night of passion. His luck changes however when his friend accidentally mails the videotape to Tiffany. This leads to a race against time, as Josh has just three days to drive 1,800 miles and retrieve the tape before Tiffany sees it. So he drags his friends Rubin (Costanzo), E.L (William Scott) and car owner Kyle (Qualls) along for the ride.
The antics that they get up to on the trip are hilarious, from exploding cars to talking dogs and there is a scene that will stop you from ever sending food back when you're in a restaurant. You also don't want to know how they get their mini bus. The film doesn't just focus on the trip though. Barry (Green) has been left in charge of Rubin's pet snake back in Ithaca and the results are hysterical.
I could only find one scene that was not shown in the cinema, probably about three minutes of extra footage. However it was all based in the women's locker room with a lot of nudity so I'm not complaining! The special features on the DVD are deleted scenes, a music video, the making of the film and 2 trailers.
This is an amazing film with plenty of laughs. I was entertained for the entire 94 minutes and I cannot remember one time when I felt bored. Even though it followed in the shadow of American Pie's success, I think it's a lot better. Its one of those films that you can watch over and over again and it will still be funny.
Conclusion: If you own a DVD player then go and buy this. If you don't, then get it on video. This is a must see movie.