- 1 hr 33 min
Road Trip is a U.S. comedy film that was written by Scot Armstrong and Todd Phillips, who also directed. The movie stars Breckin Meyer as Josh Parker, Amy Smart as Beth Wagner, Seann William Scott as E.L., Paulo Costanzo as Rubin Carver and DJ Qualls as Kyle Edwards. Josh and Tiffany are high school sweathearts who have been long-time friends. They have to deal with a long distance relationship once Josh is enrolled at Ithaca and Tiffany is to attend the University of Austin. However, they vow to remain true to each other. Due to some miscommunication, Josh is unaware that Tiffany has had a death in her family so when she doesn’t call, he is worried that she is seeing someone else. He begins to make a daily video blog for her. During a party, E.L. holds an auction for girls. Josh wins a bid for $26 and after he dances with Beth, they have sex. Beth records their sex with the same recorder that Josh has been using for his video blogs for Tiffany. Not realizing this, Josh asks Rubin to mail the blog tape to Tiffany prior to leaving for class. Josh confesses to his friends that he and Beth had sex. His friends want proof. Josh tries to play the tape but then realizes that Rubin has sent the tape to Tiffany. Then Josh gets a voicemail from Tiffany telling him that she didn’t call because her grandfather died. In a panic, Josh plans a road trip to retrieve the tape since he doesn’t have the money for a plane ticket. He and the guys are on the road for days, finally reaching Austin. When they get to Tiffany's dorm, Josh gets hold of the tape. After an altercation with Kyle, Josh and Tiffany wind up watching the tape, which only turns out to have one of his friends acting goofy on it. However, Josh and Tiffany decide it is best to break up since they are so far from each other and it is impractical to have a relationship. After Josh passes his class, he and Beth hook up and make more videos together.