History Film / EuroTrip

25th Mar '16 6:17:04 PM YT45
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* AstronomicalExchangeRate: The crew winds up in a nasty part of Eastern Europe, stranded, wallets missing, and with only $1.83 between them. They live like kings. And when they tip a hotel steward a nickel, he gleefully announces that he'll now be able to open his own hotel.

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* AstronomicalExchangeRate: The crew winds up in a nasty part of Eastern Europe, stranded, wallets missing, and with only $1.83 between them. They live like kings. And when they tip a hotel steward a nickel, he gleefully announces that he'll now be able to open his own hotel. Though it's obviously exaggerated to hell and gone for laughs, the recession that hit a few years later still makes this an UnintentionalPeriodPiece.
10th Mar '16 12:51:28 PM GrammarNavi
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* BritishPubs

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* BritishPubsUsefulNotes/BritishPubs
4th Feb '16 3:25:41 PM jenmic
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* ArtisticLicenseLinguistics: Played for laughs. The unpronounceable {{safeword}} in Club Vandersexxx ('''''Flüggåɘnk∂€čhiœßøl∫ên''''') contains letters from every European language, complete with umlauts and severals "ø"s and "å"s. Club Vandersexxx is in Amsterdam, where the primary language is Dutch, which uses only the 26 letters of the Roman alphabet. Included in the word's nonsensical orthography are non-linguistic and even calculus signs "€" (the euro sign), "∂" (the partial differential sign), and "∫" (the IPA letter "esh" or the integral sign). [[{{Troll}} It's entirely possible that the madam has done this on purpose because Cooper is an American]].

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* ArtisticLicenseLinguistics: Played for laughs. The unpronounceable {{safeword}} in Club Vandersexxx ('''''Flüggåɘnk∂€čhiœßøl∫ên''''') contains letters from every European language, complete with umlauts and severals "ø"s and "å"s. Club Vandersexxx is in Amsterdam, where the primary language is Dutch, which uses only the 26 letters of the Roman Latin alphabet. Included in the word's nonsensical orthography are non-linguistic and even calculus signs "€" (the euro sign), "∂" (the partial differential sign), and "∫" (the IPA letter "esh" or the integral sign). [[{{Troll}} It's entirely possible that the madam has done this on purpose because Cooper is an American]].
7th Jan '16 12:10:55 AM shinykittie
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* DoubleStandardAbuseFemaleOnMale: The Club Vandersexxx scene. Let's be honest: if the genders in that sequence were reversed, there is no way in ''hell'' that that ever could have been PlayedForLaughs. Face it, the movie probably would have done a straight-up GenreShift into psychological horror if the genders were reversed. But it fits in with the movie's RefugeInAudacity.
12th Dec '15 1:28:32 PM TheUnsquished
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15th Nov '15 11:10:13 AM JudasZala
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* MultipleEndings[=/=]BittersweetEnding: The DVD has an alternative ending (also in the original script found on the DVD) that shows Mieke rejecting Scott, asking "Did you expect me to suddenly fall in love with you"? However, Mieke does give Scotty her new e-mail address, allowing Scotty to keep writing to her again. Subverted later, as in the theatrical version, Mieke still becomes Scotty's roommate in college.

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* MultipleEndings[=/=]BittersweetEnding: The DVD has an alternative ending (also in the original script found on the DVD) that shows [[DidNotGetTheGirl Mieke rejecting Scott, Scott]], asking "Did you expect me to suddenly fall in love with you"? you?" However, Mieke does give Scotty her new e-mail address, allowing Scotty to keep writing to her again. Subverted later, as in the theatrical version, Mieke still becomes Scotty's roommate in college.
14th Nov '15 7:12:11 PM JudasZala
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-->'''Cooper: ''' You gotta admit it, it's a really catchy tune.



* StonersAreFunny: Subverted when Scotty and Jenny go to a bakery in Amsterdam to get space cakes (brownies laced with hash). Scotty starts freaking out and believes himself to be having a bad trip, until the cook informs him that he's been eating regular brownies with no has in them. An embarrased Scotty quietly sits back down in his chair.

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* StonersAreFunny: Subverted when Scotty and Jenny go to a bakery in Amsterdam to get space cakes (brownies laced with hash). Scotty starts freaking out and believes himself to be having a bad trip, until the cook informs him that he's been eating regular brownies with no has in them. An embarrased embarrassed Scotty quietly sits back down in his chair.



-->"Here's a fun fact about Bratislava: You made out with your sister, man!!!"

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-->"Here's -->'''Cooper''': Here's a fun fact about Bratislava: You made out with your sister, man!!!"man!



--->'''Cooper:''' "Europe is like the size of the Eastwood Mall. We can walk to Berlin from there [London]."
--->'''Cooper:''' "Relax, Paris is practically a suburb of Berlin. It's a nothing commute."

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--->'''Cooper:''' "Europe Europe is like the size of the Eastwood Mall. We can walk to Berlin from there [London]."
[London].
--->'''Cooper:''' "Relax, Relax, Paris is practically a suburb of Berlin. It's a nothing commute."
14th Nov '15 7:02:10 PM JudasZala
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* ArtisticLicenseLinguistics: Played for laughs. The unpronounceable {{safeword}} in Club Vandersexx ('''''Flüggåɘnk∂€čhiœßøl∫ên''''') contains letters from every European language, complete with umlauts and severals "ø"s and "å"s. Club Vandersexx is in Amsterdam, where the primary language is Dutch, which uses only the 26 letters of the Roman alphabet. Included in the word's nonsensical orthography are non-linguistic and even calculus signs "€" (the euro sign), "∂" (the partial differential sign), and "∫" (the IPA letter "esh" or the integral sign). [[{{Troll}} It's entirely possible that the madam has done this on purpose because Cooper is an American]].

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* ArtisticLicenseLinguistics: Played for laughs. The unpronounceable {{safeword}} in Club Vandersexx Vandersexxx ('''''Flüggåɘnk∂€čhiœßøl∫ên''''') contains letters from every European language, complete with umlauts and severals "ø"s and "å"s. Club Vandersexx Vandersexxx is in Amsterdam, where the primary language is Dutch, which uses only the 26 letters of the Roman alphabet. Included in the word's nonsensical orthography are non-linguistic and even calculus signs "€" (the euro sign), "∂" (the partial differential sign), and "∫" (the IPA letter "esh" or the integral sign). [[{{Troll}} It's entirely possible that the madam has done this on purpose because Cooper is an American]].



* BlackComedyRape: The Club Vandersexx scene

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* BlackComedyRape: The Club Vandersexx Vandersexxx scene



* DoubleStandardAbuseFemaleOnMale: The Club Vandersexx scene. Let's be honest: if the genders in that sequence were reversed, there is no way in ''hell'' that that ever could have been PlayedForLaughs. Face it, the movie probably would have done a straight-up GenreShift into psychological horror if the genders were reversed. But it fits in with the movie's RefugeInAudacity.

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* DoubleStandardAbuseFemaleOnMale: The Club Vandersexx Vandersexxx scene. Let's be honest: if the genders in that sequence were reversed, there is no way in ''hell'' that that ever could have been PlayedForLaughs. Face it, the movie probably would have done a straight-up GenreShift into psychological horror if the genders were reversed. But it fits in with the movie's RefugeInAudacity.



* EuropeansAreKinky: So many examples, from Club Vandersexx to the Creepy Italian Guy to the DepravedBisexual who tries to pick up Jenny.

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* EuropeansAreKinky: So many examples, from Club Vandersexx Vandersexxx to the Creepy Italian Guy to the DepravedBisexual who tries to pick up Jenny.



* ShoutOut: Madame Vandersexx's male servants are named [[{{Film/DieHard}} Hans and Gruber]].

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* ShoutOut: Madame Vandersexx's Vandersexxx's male servants are named [[{{Film/DieHard}} Hans and Gruber]].
14th Nov '15 3:25:01 PM JudasZala
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* ChekhovsGunman: [[spoiler:The FootballHooligans]] and in a deleted scene [[spoiler:the Italian tourist]].

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* ChekhovsGunman: [[spoiler:The FootballHooligans]] and in a deleted scene [[spoiler:the Creepy Italian tourist]].Guy]].



* DepravedHomosexual: The Italian tourist.

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* DepravedHomosexual: The Creepy Italian tourist.Guy.
14th Nov '15 3:10:28 PM JudasZala
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* MultipleEndings /DownerEnding: The DVD has an alternative ending that shows Mieke rejecting Scott, asking "Did you expect me to suddenly fall in love with you"?

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* MultipleEndings /DownerEnding: MultipleEndings[=/=]BittersweetEnding: The DVD has an alternative ending (also in the original script found on the DVD) that shows Mieke rejecting Scott, asking "Did you expect me to suddenly fall in love with you"?you"? However, Mieke does give Scotty her new e-mail address, allowing Scotty to keep writing to her again. Subverted later, as in the theatrical version, Mieke still becomes Scotty's roommate in college.
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