Boat Trip

Synopsis: Jerry and Nick are two best buddies whose love lives have hit rock bottom, Jerry's especially, having just vomited all over his fiancée on a hot air balloon trip prior to proposing to her. To escape their troubles and find women, they book a trip on board a cruise-liner, unaware the travel agent has just played a horrid trick on them in retaliation for Nick offending his secret gay lover. And that's the trick; it's a gay cruise-liner for gay men to meet and mingle. Slowly but surely, the two main characters begin to realize this and in turn get into a lot of humorous predicaments.
Genre: Comedy
Director(s): Mort Nathan
Production: Artisan Entertainment
  1 win & 8 nominations.
 
IMDB:
4.9
Metacritic:
18
Rotten Tomatoes:
7%
R
Year:
2002
94 min
$8,525,095
Website
33 Views

I love you.

I want to spend

the rest of my life with you.

Will you marry me?

Baby...

Baby...

Baby, your breath smells

like dog food.

Just a hint of Rottweiler butt.

You're on notice, Rocco.

When Felicia moves in,

you have to clean up your act.

Bon apptit.

I have a very big surprise

for you.

A very big surprise.

I know you're dying to know, I won't

tell you, no matter how much you beg.

No. Not even a hint.

Wow, this is incredible, Jerry.

What's this all about?

Felicia, from the first moment

I met you, I...

I mean... from the first moment

I saw you...

- What I'm trying to say, Felicia...

- You look sick all of a sudden.

Are you alright?

Motion sickness.

The reason why I brought you

up here is to tell you...

...to say...

- Yes?

- To ask, to communicate...

- Just spit it out.

I'm sorry, baby, I didn't mean it!

Don't cover me in puke

and try and call me baby.

I'll make it up to you, Felicia.

- Will you marry me?

- No.

Thank you. You made me

the happiest... What?

- I met someone.

- Met someone?

Andr and I have all the things

that we don't, Jerry.

- Andr?

- I introduced you once.

He details my BMW.

You dump me for a guy who goes to

work in a jumpsuit and rubber boots?

Andr and I connect on a level

that you and I just never could.

Jerry, I'm so sorry.

She dumped us, Rocco.

I know you don't care.

You can lick your own balls.

I' m not in. Leave a message,

or don't leave a message. Whatever.

Hello Jerry, it's me.

Pick up.

Dude, I know you're there.

Come on, quit acting like

a little kid. You're so immature.

Pick up now, or I'm gonna fart

into the phone.

Leave me alone.

I'm wallowing in self-pity.

It's time to rejoin the living, Jerry.

Come on, we're going out tonight.

- Not interested.

- Saddle up dough, baloney pony.

It's operation "Storm in the Foxholes".

China Club, 21:
OO hours.

Ourobjective?

Penetrate the enemy.

- Stop calling me. I'm not going.

- This is nonnegotiable, Jerry.

Either meet me tonight,

or I'm gonna ask out your sister.

And you know she'll go 'cause she's

freaky like that. We both know her.

- Hang up. The toilet's stuffed up.

- I gotta go, there's an emergency.

I gotta go. See ya.

Thanks for fitting me in today,

Daniel. I'm so tight.

Go really deep this time.

Give it to me harder.

Harder.

Harder.

Harder.

Come on, Daniel.

Is this the best you can do?

Ragoni, what the hell

are you doing?

I was just warming up for you.

- Marshall, is that you?

- Nick!

Hey! Long time no see.

How you doing?

You've got to give me the name

of your new escort service.

Cut it out, Nick.

This is my fiance. Sheri.

She ain't no escort skank.

- She and I are in love.

- That's right.

Marshall here is the most interesting

and exciting man I've ever met.

- And he's a wonderful lover.

- Oh, I get it, she's retarded.

Actually she's one of the sharpest

bartenders at Hooters.

Marshy. Excuse me, fellas. I'm going

to attend to the landing strip.

- And classy, too.

- We met on a cruise.

There's just something

about the ocean air, the sun.

It really makes it easier to meet

people. We connected right away.

Very first night.

- With her? Very first night?

- Yes!

There are dozens of women

just as friendly as her on board.

Dude, I gotta tell ya.

Whatever you're doing...

take a week off and get yourself

on one of those boats.

There's a line at the can.

Honey, can we skip dinner?

You look so hot you got me

in the mood for a takeout in bed.

Tongue.

Wow.

Wasn't that crazy Marshall Geller who

worked in our high school cafeteria?

Nope. That was crazy Marshall

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Mort Nathan

Mort Nathan is an American television producer, screenwriter and film director. He was one of the co-producers and head writers of the comedy show The Golden Girls. Nathan won two Emmy awards, two Golden Globes, and a Writer's Guild of America award for his work on the series. He has written and produced over 150 hours of prime time television shows and directed the feature films Boat Trip, Van Wilder 2: The Rise of Taj, and Bag Boy. more…

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