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Dude, Where’s My Car? (2000)

May 16, 2009

VERDICT:
0/10 Bong Hits

I watched this on TV with my roommates a couple weeks ago. I never had any desire to see this thing, but they all said they laughed their asses off when they saw it back in high school, so I figured I’d give it a chance. Needless to say, time has been unkind to Dude, Where’s My Car? as the crickets echoed throughout a room completely devoid of laughter. Apologies from my roommates quickly followed.

The movie’s about two annoying, un-funny bastards who can’t find their car after a night of heavy drinking. Wow, sounds awesome.

The rest of the movie involves aliens in the form of gay, muscle-bound Germans looking for a Rubik’s cube or something, a Jonestown cult that dresses in bubble wrap, and an astounding amount of dialogue consisting of these two dickheads saying “Dude!” and “Sweet!” to each other. Comic gold, indeed.

Honestly, is this really a movie you want to see, something you want to spend time on instead of sniffing glue? What about the poster, the title, or anything you could have ever heard about this movie would ever make you want to entertain the idea of wasting your time or money on this dung heap?

If you want to see Seann William Scott being funny, watch Road Trip. If you want to see Ashton Kutcher being funny, watch That 70’s Show.

If you’re not like me and already have good memories of this movie back when dick jokes made you wet your pants, cherish those times and never look back. Go pass a kidney stone/birth a child instead.

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