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Jesse and Chester, two bumbling stoners, wake up one morning from a night of partying and cannot remember where they parked their car. They encounter a variety of people while looking for it, including their angry girlfriends, an angry street gang, a transexual stripper, a cult of alien seeking fanatics, and aliens in human form looking for a mystical device that could save or destroy the world.
Colorful, energetic, and unfortunately grating, Danny Leiner's
"Dude, Where's My Car?" is a comedy that quickly wears out its welcome. Its leads, Ashton Kutcher and Seann William Scott, may be slightly endearing, and the film is not completely devoid of charm; but its blend of stoner-doofus gags and juvenile jokes quickly become mind-numbing.
Following two bumbling buddies who try desperately to find one of the friend's lost vehicles, "Dude, Where's My Car" has a plot that combines inter-galactic travelers, put-upon girlfriends, and Chinese food drive-throughs. A loud, sometimes effective mish-mash of narrative threads and humor, the film has an almost respectable story. That story is, ultimately, too silly to stick, but it provides some legitimately funny moments.
The production is…
In honor of Ashton Kutcher of becoming a father for the first time...I finally watched this comedy. This one has been sitting on my dvd shelf for almost 10 years unwatched since my oldest kid stopped watching it 2004 or so. He always claimed it was a comedy classic....but then again Adam Sandler was his favorite actor too. Movie is about two stoners who partied so hard the night before that they can not remember anything...hey that sounds like The Hangover plot only about 10 years before that box office smash.
Kuthcher and Sean Williams Scott make a good team but the movie goes off the rails when they introduce an alien subplot. A few laughs here and there....but like…
So hopelessly generic and thin that it almost succeeds at becoming a parody of 90's teen comedies. Its funny in an "I can't believe this is as dumb as it sounds" way, comedy so pathetically judged that the "it's so bad it's good" quality almost saves it. Almost. It's one strength is in it's unconventional narrative staging, but even that was bettered by 2009's The Hangover. Watch under some stage of inebriation for best effect.
I have the worst fucking cold in the history of mankind, but for some fucked up reason I enjoy inflicting pain on myself. My sore infected throat just wasn't enough to satisfy that need any longer, so I watched something dumb with Ashton Kutcher. Fuck my life.
I don't have a car
Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure for nine-year-olds.
The Hangover stole this movie's whole plot. Although they didn't keep in the aliens, probably for good reason.
epitome of comedy
For fuck sakes jesus christ God fucking damn
Dude, there's something abnormally sweet about this movie. Like, it's bad, but it's so sweet, dude!
Similar in concept to "The Hangover" movies, but much more ridiculous. Genuinely quite amusing and a great watch if you need a silly movie to see with some friends.
Really really really stupid, but kind of a guilty pleasure.
One of my favourite Saturday night movies. You can never say that Dude, Where's My Car is a great film but I don't know if you can really hate the film either.
Filled with ridiculous sci-fi and really simple jokes there is some sort of charm that this movie has. Ashton Kutcher and Sean William Scott make fun but incredibly stupid leads. I think everyone should watch this movie at least once.
Did it fulfill its aim?-4/10
Sean William Scott and Ashton Kutcher were okay but I expected something more. The film seemed to flow well but there seemed to be a couple of pointless scenes. It made me smile but wasn't really that funny. The 'DUDE!' 'SWEET!' scene was probably one of the best.
Alternate title: Now That's What I Call Post 9/11!
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this is my favourite list i've ever made because i just like to assume that everyone is gay