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poster RoadTrip-2000.jpg Road Trip (2000)

Josh and Tiffany have been together since forever. But when Josh hooks up with Beth, they make a videotape of the night. Unfortunately, this tape is being sent to Tiffany. What can Josh do to save his relationship to his childhood girl? Road Trip with his friends to stop her seeing the tape.
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