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Dude, Where's My Car?
Short plot summary

Jesse Richmond (Ashton Kutcher) and Chester Greenburg (Seann William Scott) are two pot heads who wake up to find they have forgotten what happened the day before. On leaving the house they find they have lost Jesse's car. Where is it? Then strange things start to happen... like a babe who wouldn't normally talk to them waves at them and takes Jesse's hand and places it on her breast. She tells them they had a load a money the night before. On their adventure our hero's meet:

  • A transsexual who says she gave them a suitcase of money
  • A group of nerds in pop wrap suits
  • A gang of babes in tight leathers
  • Two European guys in tight leathers
  • A gang of Jocks

They are all after the Continuum Transfunctioner, but what is it? And can our heroes find it, save the universe and get gifts for their girlfriends? It's likely.

What our panel of critics thought

"Of its type this movie is simply brilliant. It is a magnificent movie spoof montage. Oh, how popular culture envelopes our youth today. Bravisimo! Almost a classic."

"One of the best pop culture lampoon movie in years."

"There is probably at least one bad taste joke to upset everyone in this movie."

"One of the best male-on-male kisses in Hollywood motion picture history. At last two Hollywood hunks use their tongues!"

Quotable quotes (real)

"Hey what does my [tattoo] say?" "Sweet! What does mine say?" "Dude... What does mine say..." etc

"A dolphin could delivery pizzas better than you two!"

"Hey it's Mrs CrabbleMan."

"AND THEEEEENNNN...?"

Please tell me the ending

The Continuum Transfunctioner is actually in Chester's Rubic's Cube which he manages to complete. The good guys turn out to be the two European muscular dudes. The universe is saved and gifts for the girlfriends include a necklace which make their breasts bigger.

Other comments

Dude, watch this movie. It is much better than you would expect. A surprise hit from 2000.

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