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Leif Jacobson almost 4 years ago
It's not a great movie, but it is a funny movie. Reminds me of my childhood.
Dónal Kennedy over 4 years ago
The years have not been kind to this once-passable caper. Bogus, dude.
CdW over 4 years ago
17-06-2001: 1e date met Christian! vreselijke film, gezellig date :)
Henke over 5 years ago
A stupid movie. The nearest a live-action movie about Beavis n buthhead
Kakra over 6 years ago
Andy Whitfield over 6 years ago
Surprisingly smart film about dumb characters.
Dylan Clites almost 7 years ago
Ok. So it's really, really dumb. But it definitely is a guilty pleasure of mine. Quotable.
Don Lavanty 7 years ago
Great stoner movie with lots of memorable lines.
Florian 7 years ago
Viel gelacht.
Tim Rowe over 7 years ago
Such a stoner movie ;)
Don Lathrop 1 month ago
Nathaniel Spencer almost 2 years ago
Jonathan Casey Spencer almost 2 years ago
cyrax36 2 years ago
Pavol Donko almost 3 years ago
Dirt McGirth 3 years ago
Noah Rymer 3 years ago
Liam Swann 3 years ago
Dude, Where's My Car? is a 2000 American stoner comedy film directed by Danny Leiner. The film stars Ashton Kutcher and Seann William Scott as two young men who find themselves wasted and forget where they parked their car. Although the film was panned by critics, it was a modest box-office success and has since managed to develop a cult following after its home video release. The title of the film has become a benchmark of popular culture of the time of its release. It is referenced widely in many different situations, an example being Dude, Where's My Country?, the title of a political book by Michael Moore criticizing post-9/11 United States. It is unclear whether the title is itself an homage to the 1998 film The Big Lebowski where John Goodman asks Jeff Bridges: "Dude, where's your car?" Jesse Montgomery III (Ashton Kutcher) and Chester Greenburg (Seann William Scott) are two slackers who awaken, at Jesse's house, with hangovers and no memory of how they got there. Their...
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