Dude, Where's My Car? 

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Dude, Where's My Car? : Friday Dec. 15, 2000

Last night, two party-hearty Dudes had an unbelievably sweet time. Too bad, they can't remember a thing, including where they parked their car. All they know is that there's a year's supply of pudding in the fridge, and their girlfriends are ticked at them for trashing their house and forgetting their anniversary. To make up with the girls, the Dudes have to find the anniversary gifts they bought for the occasion. But it won't be easy. The goodies are in their car. So, the Dudes embark on a mission: Retrace their steps to find out what they did last night (and who they did it to), hoping it will lead them to the missing car. Little do the Dudes know, they're in for the ride of their lives. -- 20th Century Fox

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Danny Leiner


Philip Stark


$15 Million




Ashton Kutcher as Jesse 
Seann William Scott  as  Chester
Jennifer Garner  as Wanda 
Marla Sokoloff as Wilma 

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PG-13 (for language and some sex and drug-related humor)


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Score = "60" 
"I read the reviews about this movie, and I was dissapointed. I'll admit that it's not a spectacular movie. I do think it was very funny, if not hilarious. My friends and I laughed till we had tears running down our face throughout the whole movie. I recommend this movie for teenagers , many adults would probably not appreciate it." 

Mark Hill 
score = "100" 
"I wanted to see DUDE because of Ashton Kutcher's work on THAT 70'S SHOW and the writer and director also have worked on THAT 70's SHOW and FREAKS AND GEEKS. I took the one in a million chance that it might be a sleeper. It was! BACHELOR PARTY meets BILL & TED'S EXCELLENT ADVENTURE meets Cheech and Chong's UP IN SMOKE meets BEAVIS AND BUTT-HEAD and it was *great*! Loads of pop-culture and *ostriches*! There was an actual plot, and yes, quite a few T&A jokes, and some sci-fi elements. It was similar to GALAXY QUEST, in that you really weren't expecting it to be as funny and engrossing as it was. I actually laughed until I had tears in my eyes. There weren't many familiar faces in the cast and few star cameos. The other main lead Sean William Scott was in AMERICAN PIE and looks like a real life Beavis from Beavis and Butt-Head. If they ever make a live action B&B movie, he's got to play Beavis. I went with about 6 people and several acknowledged it's cleverness, but I'm pretty sure I liked it the best. It's a decent little movie with the potential to develop a cult following and spawn a sequel with the 2 main characters. We'll see if I'm alone on this. My highest recommendation. It may be my pick for 2nd best film of 2000, after ALMOST FAMOUS! An admitted year of slim pickings at the movies. Submitted by "

Score = "70"
"It was ok, it had a couple of really funny parts but it was not that funny all the way through. I reccomend it to teenagers or people who just like goofy movies like Road Trip." "