Dude, Where's My Car? Movie | Dude, Where's My Car? Full Movie | 2000

Cast (in credits order) verified as complete  

Ashton KutcherAshton Kutcher...Jesse
Seann William ScottSeann William Scott...Chester
Jennifer GarnerJennifer Garner...Wanda
Marla SokoloffMarla Sokoloff...Wilma
Kristy SwansonKristy Swanson...Christie Boner
David HermanDavid Herman...Nelson
Hal SparksHal Sparks...Zoltan
Charlie O'ConnellCharlie O'Connell...Tommy
John Toles-BeyJohn Toles-Bey...Mr. Pizzacoli
Christian MiddelthonChristian Middelthon...Nordic Dude #1
Dave BannickDave Bannick...Nordic Dude #2 (as David W. Bannick)
James VincentJames Vincent...Jeff (as Turtle)
Bob ClendeninBob Clendenin...Zarnoff (as Robert Clendenin)
Mary Lynn RajskubMary Lynn Rajskub...Zelmina
Kevin ChristyKevin Christy...Zellner
Kristoffer Ryan WintersKristoffer Ryan Winters...Zilbor (as Kristoffer Winters)
Bill ChottBill Chott...Big Cult Guard #1
Michael BowerMichael Bower...Big Cult Guard #2 (as Michael Ray Bower)
John MelendezJohn Melendez...Gene (as 'Stuttering' John Melendez)
Teressa TunneyTeressa Tunney...Tania
Linda PorterLinda Porter...Mrs. Crabbleman
Freda Foh ShenFreda Foh Shen...Chinese Foooood Lady (voice)
Mitzi MartinMitzi Martin...Jumpsuit Chick #1
Nichole HiltzNichole Hiltz...Jumpsuit Chick #2 (as Nichole M. Hiltz)
Linda KimLinda Kim...Jumpsuit Chick #3
Mia TrudeauMia Trudeau...Jumpsuit Chick #4
Kimmarie JohnsonKimmarie Johnson...Jumpsuit Chick #5 (as Kim Marie Johnson)
Keone YoungKeone Young...Chinese Tailor
Christopher DargaChristopher Darga...Interrogation Cop
Marc LynnMarc Lynn...Cop with Whips
Pat FinnPat Finn...Rick
Cleo KingCleo King...Impound Officer
Cinco PaulCinco Paul...Camp Counselor
Brendan HillBrendan Hill...Boy with Bat (as Brendan Ian Hill)
Jona Kai JacobsenJona Kai Jacobsen...Anthony
Jodi Ann PatersonJodi Ann Paterson...Super Jumpsuit Chick
Dwight ArmstrongDwight Armstrong...Space-A-Rama Employee
Claudine BarrosClaudine Barros...Patty
Richard JohnsonRichard Johnson...Birthday Father (as Big Johnson)
Galvin ChapmanGalvin Chapman...Birthday Son
Joanna BacalsoJoanna Bacalso...Bartender
Katherine BakerKatherine Baker...Cowgirl Stripper
Tabitha TaylorTabitha Taylor...Dancer #1 (as Melissa Messmer)
Misty AtkinsonMisty Atkinson...Dancer #2
Veronica GomezVeronica Gomez...Dancer #3
Melissa BurlesonMelissa Burleson...Dancer #4
Annette PursleyAnnette Pursley...Dancer #5
Melissa CopenMelissa Copen...Dancer #6
Linda Maria BalverLinda Maria Balver...Dancer #7
Cheryl TsaiCheryl Tsai...Dancer #8
Erik AudeErik Aude...Musclehead
Ryan ChristianRyan Christian...Musclehead
Blaise FitzgeraldBlaise Fitzgerald...Musclehead
William H. GrayWilliam H. Gray...Musclehead
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Michael BeardsleyMichael Beardsley...Cult Member (uncredited)
Dominic Capone IIIDominic Capone III...Mr. Pizzacoli Jr. (uncredited)
Alex CongAlex Cong...Cult Member (uncredited)
Steven DerekSteven Derek...Police Officer (uncredited)
Andy DickAndy Dick...Mark (uncredited)
Alice DinneanAlice Dinnean...Partygoer Who Going Crazy (uncredited)
Anthony L. Fuller Jr.Anthony L. Fuller Jr....Partygoer (uncredited)
Joyce GiraudJoyce Giraud...Fabio's Girlfriend (uncredited)
Joe GonzalesJoe Gonzales...Cult Member (uncredited)
Geoffrey GouldGeoffrey Gould...Cult Member (uncredited)
Kyle V. HulettKyle V. Hulett...Boy at Birthday Party (uncredited)
Al KendersAl Kenders...Jackhammer Dude (uncredited)
Valentina Marie LomborgValentina Marie Lomborg...Bikini Girl (uncredited)
Kyle NudoKyle Nudo...Cult Member (uncredited)
Gary RodriguezGary Rodriguez...Police Officer (uncredited)
Brent SpinerBrent Spiner...Pierre (uncredited)
Banzai VitaleBanzai Vitale...Zabu - Cult Member (uncredited)
Michael Shamus WilesMichael Shamus Wiles...Interrogation Detective (uncredited)

Dude, Where's My Car? Movie Trailer

Dude, Where's My Car? | #TBT Trailer | 20th Century FOX

Dude, Where's My Car? Movie Description

In Dude, Where's My Car? Movie like this are made like chewing gum: a cheap item that surrounds you if you normally sleepwalk. 

This is nothing but a collection of different jokes in a bag, so the best we can hope for is that one or two jokes are good.

And by that, I mean you actually think about it a few days later and laugh. And naturally the best of them are the ones that are cinematic, which really can't exist in any other form.

It really is one. Something Abbott and Costello had done for decades. Will ask each other about the fantasy baseball team. 

The names of the players on the team will be "Who" and "Whatever" and "Nobody" and "WhatsAppname". To the question "Who is first?" Will start from And the answer would be "yes". A slap across the face of the frustrated asker would elaborate things.

Here, we've done it better: It's short, repackaged as a cinematic companion and set in a context that both fits the bigger picture and allows the joke to make sense. 

We have two stoner friends who wake up with no memory of the previous night. There are many jokes related to what happened, but only this one matters.

They are trying on some clothes and we see that they have new tattoos on their backs. One says "sweet," the other "dude." 

Naturally, not everyone can see their tattoo, so they ask what it says. Each response is considered a comment not an answer. It goes on and on and is repeated after a while.

Not exact time, but close enough. Not enough to tell you to spend time and money on this gumption, but something to watch or laugh about later if you do.

This hilariously witless teen comedy is predictably crude and slapdash, but also unexpectedly funny. 

Ashton Kutcher ("That '70s Show") and Sean William Scott ("Stifler" in "American Pie") a charming pair of stoned-out, clumsy slackers blissfully on their quest to find their lost car and be with their girlfriends after waking up Let's make from a night of wild partying, of which they cannot remember a single detail. 

The day takes them on a series of misadventures as they try to retrace their steps from the night before and meet a bunch of bullies, babies, sci-fi cult members, and other colorful characters.

Critics will surely hate it, but for its target audience and for those who can appreciate a sometimes goofy comedy that aims to do nothing but make us laugh (I can and I almost I'm 40!), "Dude, Where's My Car? Movie" delivers the goods. Fans of the classic "Bill and Ted" movies should especially enjoy this one.

This is the story of Jesse and Chester, a couple of guys in their twenties who are best friends and roommates. 

They also smoke so much Ganja that they become unconscious forever. They wake up to see their girlfriends and find that Jesse's car is gone, along with whatever anniversary gifts they had for the ladies. 

They go on an adventure to track down the events of the previous night which leads them to a conspiracy to protect the universe.

disclaimer; It's a stupid movie. It turns off your brain and laughs for almost a solid hour of the kind of movie. 

Nothing about Dude Where's My Car? Full Movie screams Casablanca or Citizen Kane. If you don't have the ability to just shut up and laugh then you should avoid Dude Where's My Car? Film.

Before watching Dude, Where's My Car? Movie, I knew it was in the category of greatest movie of all time.

The title of Dude Where's My Car? Full Movie is the biggest title ever. Civilization, thousands of years old, has converged to the point that, if you ask "Dude Where's My Car? Full Movie?" Some would say it's a second-rate Cheech and Chong film. 

I would like to point out that none of them were titled "Dude Where's My Car" I can understand why people might think Dude, Where's My Car? Movie is terrible. This is very stupid. But Dude Where's My Car? Full Movie doesn't aim for intelligence, so why judge it as such?

Rather the film hits all the bases it needs to: drug references, pop-culture references, women chopping off body parts (and men mocked for doing it). 

a really A film has come out that has been one of the better parodies of the male gaze. All Neo-Platonists should see Dude, Where's My Car? Movie before scoffing at the works of Derrida and Foucault. At least Nietzsche could butter his bread (for a while).

Jessie and Chester wake up after a good night's sleep, unable to remember exactly what they did. However they do not find his car which he believes has gifts for his girlfriends in the trunk. 

However as they try to retrace their steps they end up piecing together a night that involves a suitcase of stolen money, dancing strippers, hot girls, a missing foreign object and a missing car.

I've seen a lot of teen comedies and gags so I'm not averse to silly humor, but I have to admit the movie still needs to be funny in order to accept it. 

The plot here is utter nonsense, but then again, chances are you never expected anything more than that. It's not a problem that it's so silly and thrown together, but it is a problem that the stupid plot isn't completely hidden behind the incessant laughter. 

Jesse and Chester are amazed/excited by what happens, mainly because they are stoners. The downside, for the majority of the audience, is that we become extremely quiet when we watch it, and so much of it will be stupid rather than funny.

The comic suffers from worrying talk of breasts, stereotypes, sight gags and homophobia. 

Again, I have no morals and will laugh at anything if it's funny, but most of these things aren't funny. 

I laughed about 4 or 5 times and there were a few routines I found funny (the Chinese restaurant forcing you to order more, and the tattoo fight) but the majority were rather dumb than anything else.

The cast is fine with familiar faces and surprisingly deep. Kutcher and Scott don't have to do much and seem like they both enjoy playing such simple characters: I never thought I'd see Scott play a more basic character than Stifler, but here it is. 

Is! The support cast is made up of 'hot chicks', 'gay joke' characters, nerds and jocks. I was surprised to see people like Garner, Sawanson, and Spiner in the cast. I think they, like me, thought it would be a really fun, wacky comedy they would get to see instead of it being a lame comedy!

Overall it's pretty silly but if I was smoking I think I would find it hilarious. I was cool anyway and, despite being in a silly-humorous mood, I was pretty cool with it. 

One or two funny jokes are repeated too many times until they lose their impact and the rest of the film is one silly, basic episode after another. Man, where's the audience for constant laughter and a genuine sense of fun?

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