YMMV: Eurotrip

  • Acceptable Targets: EUROPEANS. The film is essentially a series of sketches where the protagonists interact with virtually every European stereotype you can imagine.
  • Critical Research Failure: There is no way in hell you would find a Manchester United fan club in London.
  • Crowning Moment of Heartwarming: After spending the entire movie gushing about his new Leica M7 camera, Jamie immediately sells it so Scotty will have enough money to travel to Vatican City to meet Mieke. His justification?
    "The chateaus have been here for three hundred years. Mieke's gone in 12 hours."
  • Crowning Music of Awesome 'Du bist alles was ich habe auf der Welt/du bist alles, was ich will/DUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU du allein kannst mich verstehn/DUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU du darfst nie mehr von mir gehn!'
  • Ear Worm: You'll have the song "Scotty Doesn't Know" stuck in your head for days after watching this movie.
    • From the Manchester United members' bar scene: "My baby takes the morning train/He works from 9 to 5 and then/He takes another home again..."
  • Excuse Plot: The reason Scotty needs to get to Germany doesn't make a whole lot of sense. Who cares? The film's more like a series of loosely-related sketches anyway.
  • Germans Love David Hasselhoff
  • Harsher in Hindsight: After Hostel came out in 2005, it can be a little hard to watch a movie that takes the idea of a sex-crazed American backpacker getting tortured while looking to get laid in Europe and plays it for laughs.
    • Not to mention when they stop at a hostel, where the owner goes on and on about the dangers of staying in a hostel.
  • Hilarious in Hindsight: The song "Scotty Doesn't Know" is all about... fucking Matt Damon.
  • Idiot Plot: Scotty also "doesn't know" about the dozens of other ways to get in touch with someone should they block your e-mail address, apparently.
  • Mexicans Love Speedy Gonzales: The European stereotypes are so blatant and over the top that they pretty much cease being offensive and Europeans can just enjoy the mocking of the stereotypes, rather than mocking of the Europeans.
    • Not to mention the American stereotypes played with as well.
  • The Woobie: Scotty during "Scotty Doesn't Know." Nothing like celebrating on graduation night by listening to a song about how often Scotty's ex-girlfriend cheated on him with the singer, as said ex-girlfriend spends the song stripping and rubbing herself over him. All at a party that the other graduates are attending.