When his parents cut him off, Charlie, a fun-loving college kid decides to spend the last of his money on a trip of a lifetime to Italy. Robbed as soon as he lands and now stuck, he soon finds himself juggling two girls, and caught in a wild chase with the mob, desperately trying to find a way back home! Packed with crazy parties, sexy babes and plenty of drinks, EuroTrapped is a total trip!
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Keep in mind nobody pretends this is anything more ambitious than a featherweight RonCom/Coming-of-Age flick. Yet the script is sufficiently witty and amusing to secure cameos from the likes of Alec Baldwin and the iconic Italian actor Giancarlo Giannini. (Stars, you know, have "people" to actually read the entire screenplay to assure their clients never embarrass themselves because in a moment of weakness they lent their names as a favor to help a promising--uh, and/or well-connected--young filmmaker find financing.) Sure, some of the bits might be clichés or stereotypical, but if you've ever been young and strapped while kicking around Europe, and especially if you've survived absent your passport along with all your cash and plastic, then you'll smile in recognition at this character's misadventures, and like me, would happily buy him a drink or even lunch if you bumped into him in your travels today.
First class cinematography makes the most of terrific Italian locations. Obviously begging favors every inch of the way, Eurotrapped not only cleverly maximizes a shoestring budget to look like a much more expensive movie, but succeeds head and shoulders above the usual debut feature. Even better, it's fun to watch. Nice work, everybody!