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Jill Barsby over 7 years ago
Fart humor and butt jokes. Watch without your girlfriend if you appreciate her.
Katherine Maradiaga over 7 years ago
I think B&BH is best as a short, syndicated show. Movie's length outlasted the humor.
Bobbie Franklin 8 years ago
Classic slapstick humor. You will laugh.- Cornholio
Don Lathrop 1 year ago
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Lucinda Backer over 6 years ago
Beavis and Butt-head Do America is a 1996 animated feature film, based on the TV series, Beavis and Butt-Head. It was produced by Paramount Pictures in association with Geffen Pictures and MTV Films, and co-written and directed by creator Mike Judge. The film grossed $20.11 million in its opening weekend, and grossed a total of $63.12 million in North America. This was MTV Films' second film after Joe's Apartment. After a surreal Godzilla-esque dream, Beavis and Butt-head wake up to realize that someone has stolen their television. The pair then embark on a quest to replace it. After stealing and destroying a TV from school (resulting in their expulsion) and ruining the TV in Tom Anderson's camper, they visit a low-quality motel that advertises "TVs in every room". There, they encounter a drunken Muddy Grimes (Bruce Willis), who is waiting for two hired hit men, the same guys who stole Beavis and Butt-head's television, to murder his wife, Dallas. Muddy, thinking that Beavis and Butt...
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