Dude, Where’s My Car? (2000) – 4 out of 10, but in a good way.
What would you expect from old school Ashton Kutcher and the creepy guy from American Pie? (Sandy: Crap.)
The film is about two guys, Jesse and Chester (played by Kutcher and Sean William Scott), who have a night they can’t remember. As they try to piece together the events of the night before, a bunch of weirdos that they’ve met start popping up either for money they apparently have or for a Continuum Transfunctioner that can either save or doom the universe. And although all these strange things keep happening, all Jesse wants to know is, you guessed it, where’s his car.
The movie is PG-13 but it still got to fit in a bunch of boob jokes and weed. I laughed out loud a couple of times and groaned a bunch of other times. It was an entertaining hour and half and I’ll only probably give it 4 out of 10, but in a good way. Because it isn’t smart comedy. It’s a movie designed to entertain teenagers and it definitely achieved that. If you were expecting something else and were disappointed, well, it isn’t the movie’s fault. I might watch it again and for sure I’ll recommend it to my brother. All in all, it was a fun ride.