11 Hot Chicks from Road Trip Flicks

Everyone loves a good road trip movie. Even better is a good road trip movie that boasts attractive actresses, like Identity Thief, which opens this week and features the lovely Genesis Rodriguez (pictured above). Put on your ogling goggles and take a look at Rodriguez and 10 other hot chicks from road trip flicks.

Amanda Peet, Identity Thief Rodriguez may be the standout babe in the film, but Jason Bateman's character should consider himself quite lucky to be married to this beauty.

Maria Aura, Y Tu Mama Tambien One good thing about watching foreign films is that you get to discover foreign babes. You don't need subtitles to translate looks.

Michelle Monaghan, Due Date Granted her character is very pregnant in the movie, but Michelle wore it well. Not as well as those yoga pants, but well.

Natalie Portman, The Darjeeling Limited Props to Wes Anderson for being the first director to get Portman to shed some clothes on camera.

Amara Karan, The Darjeeling Limited Portman may have gone nude for Darjeeling, but all Karan had to do was put on a sari and a pair of thick-rimmed glasses and boom: sexy Indian train girl.

Amy Smart, Road Trip The main character in the film decides to ditch Smart and hit the road in an attempt to save his relationship with his high school sweetheart. Because he's stupid.

Genesis Rodriguez, Identity Thief Like many of the characters in the film, Rodriguez tries to hunt down Melissa McCarthy. But let's face it, we'd watch footage of her sitting on that rock for two hours.

Juno Temple, Dirty Girl The name of the film and this picture should be enough to convince you to watch it.

Patricia Arquette, True Romance Women just don't dress like they used to.

Paula Garces, Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle She played Harold's hot neighbor. The one he eventually got together with, because he is a lucky bastard. He's also a fictional character, but that's beside the point.

Sally Field, Smokey and the Bandit No list of road trip films is complete without a mention of this classic Burt Reynolds flick, starring a young Sally Field. We really should've put the Trans Am in this spot, but Field is alright too.

 

 

 

 

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