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Top Five Ways To Make Money On a Road Trip

10 August, 2013 (00:00) | Uncategorized | By: admin

What defines a great movie? Some may argue it’s the plot, the characters, or the originality. Others may argue it’s what the audience takes away after the movie. There’s nothing exceptionally original about the “Road Trip” plot or characters. So what has made it a go-to, night-in movie even a decade after its release? Having thousands of “Road Trip” fans repeating the memorable one liners. Barry as he tempts the snake to eat the mouse: Unleash the fury! Why it’s a great line: Can be used as a response to anyone complaining, regardless of the ‘fury’ level. Beth: Are there any guys out there who are JUST NORMAL? Why it’s a great line: What female hasn’t asked herself that, Insurance Deals from liberty-mutual, daily? Rubin: It’s supposed to be a challenge, that’s why they call it a shortcut. If it was easy it would just be the way. Why it’s a great line: The art of the intelligent, sarcastic response at its finest. E.L.: It’s never cheating when you’re in a different area code. Why it’s a great line: Created the college guy’s go-to justification during guy’s night out.

Is Breckin Meyer A Teen Movie Icon?

5 June, 2013 (00:00) | Uncategorized | By: admin

Many people know Breckin Meyer for his role on the television series Franklin & Bash, but he touched a generation of fans in the 1996 film Clueless. Playing Harrison, a clueless skateboarder, he managed to gain the heart of one of the popular girls even though her friends thought he was a loser. His role in that film paved the way for his performance in Road Trip.

This 2000 film made Meyer a teen movie icon. Meyer played

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Which Are Seann William Scott’s Best Characters

30 March, 2013 (00:00) | Uncategorized | By: admin

Which Are Seann William Scott’s Best Characters?

Seann William Scott has played many engaging characters, but he’ll probably be best remembered for Steve Stiffler from the “American Pie” franchise. Stiffler is a loudmouth, party animal and all-around showoff. On the other hand, he so often receives strong comeuppances for his uncouth ways that many audience members feel sorry for him, as when he drinks a beer not realizing it contains an extremely disgusting ingredient.

Another great Scott character is Chester

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Road Trip – How Not to Raise Your Rates

24 October, 2012 (00:00) | Uncategorized | By: admin

The movie Road Trip, while being a comedic romp and a who’s who of actors, was also a valuable learning tool for anyone wondering how NOT to raise their auto insurance rates. Countless times in the film poor decisions are made that either damage or utterly obliterate their vehicle of choice and, had this been real life, they’d have been in some serious financial trouble.

Road Trip pretty much proves that auto insurance sites like http://www.autoinsurancerater.com/ aren’t the only place you can learn about car conduct cause and effect. However, if you’re still wondering what can affect your auto insurance rates, I invite you to check out the link or read the list below:

1.) Your age. It sucks, I know, but some providers try to penalize you coming and going. If you’re too young or too old, you could be considered a high-risk driver and that raises rates.

2.) Your cars safety rating. Fast and furious cars look nice, but don’t always have the best safety rating. Aside from the obvious perk of wanting a safer car, there is the fact that a safer car usually won’t make your rates soar.

3.) Your history. Are you a troublemaker when it comes to the road? Your history could come back to haunt you.

Best Road Trip Routes Through New York

5 June, 2012 (00:00) | Uncategorized | By: admin

New York can be an adventure. Lots of people ride the metro systems or take buses to get around. Other people get by on foot. At the other end of spectrum are those brave souls that decide to take the streets by car.

There’s a funny thing about the streets of New York. Driving there can be a dance or dirge. It all depends on whether you know about the best routes. The road trips through the

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“Road Trip” Actors: Where Are They Now?

1 June, 2012 (00:00) | Uncategorized | By: admin

The hilarious comedy, “Road Trip” (2000), is about four friends that take a road trip together to get back a dirty video tape, which was mistakenly mailed to a girlfriend, before she gets it.

Breckin Meyer starred as Josh Parker, the likeable main character that video tapes himself cheating on his girlfriend. In real life, Meyer is married to writer/director, Deborah Kaplan and has a 9 year daughter named Keaton Willow. Meyer went on to co-star in “Rat Race” (2001) and

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Is Todd Philips the Road Trip King?

31 May, 2012 (00:00) | Uncategorized | By: www.roadtrip-itsgood.com

There have been countless movies made about a group that goes on a cross country trip and gets into all different sorts of hijinx while on the road. But, there is only one Road Trip. The movie, written and directed by Todd Phillips, is probably the best “on the road” movie ever made. The story revolves around a group of college students at Ithaca University who have make their way to Austin, Texas to prevent the main protagonist’s girlfriend from seeing the sex tape that he accidentally made while cheating on her at school. It is

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Ten Essential Items for a Road Trip

28 May, 2012 (00:00) | Uncategorized | By: www.roadtrip-itsgood.com

As summer approaches, so does road trip season. Before you load up and pile into the car, make sure you remember to pack these ten essential items for your road trip.

1. Water. Whether you pack bottles or a thermos, you will appreciate the ability to have a drink without making a stop.

2. Snacks. Convenience stores are notoriously expensive and stocked with unhealthy snacks. Take your own for a healthy, cheaper alternative.

3. Map of fun locations on the way. Never heard of this before? Get up to speed here . Make your trip as much about the journey as the destination.

4. Car entertainment. Whether you have movies, books, or just some car games, you need to keep the kids (and kids at heart) entertained to avoid hearing, “Are we there yet?” for hours.

5. Pillow. Just in case you need a nap.

6. Sweater. Avoid fights over who gets to control the temperature inside the car.

7. Camera. You never know what you will see!

8. Cash. You never know when credit card machines will be down.

9. First aid kit. Your car should never be without.

10. Spare tire/car first aid kit. Better to have it and not need it than need it and not have it.

The Greatest Lines From the Movie “Road Trip”

27 May, 2012 (00:00) | Uncategorized | By: www.roadtrip-itsgood.com

What defines a great movie? Some may argue it’s the plot, the characters, or the originality. Others may argue it’s what the audience takes away after the movie. There’s nothing exceptionally original about the Road Trip – plot or characters. So what has made it a go-to, night-in movie even a decade after its release? Having thousands of Road Trip fans repeating the memorable one liners.

Barry as he tempts the snake to eat the mouse: Unleash the

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