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    Unique ID Code: 0000020663
    Added by: DVD Reviewer
    Added on: 22/7/2001 12:28
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    Dude, Where`s My Car? (US)

    6 / 10
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    After a night they can`t remember, comes a day they`ll never forget
    Certificate: PG-13
    Running Time: 83 mins
    Retail Price: $26.98
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    Meet Jesse (Ashton Kutcher - TV`s "That `70s Show") and Chester (Seann William Scott - American Pie, Road Trip), two dimwitted yet lovable party animals who wake up one morning with a burning question: Dude, Where`s My Car? Their only clues are a matchbook cover from the Kitty Kat strip club and a year`s supply of pudding in the fridge. As they retrace their steps, these dudes are in for the ride of their lives encountering hot alien chicks, dodging killer ostriches, and trying to score "special treats" from their ticked-off twin girlfriends. It`s an outrageously sweeeeeet comedy adventure that`s "totally entertaining all the way through... totally!" (iFilm)

    Special Features:
    Interactive Menus
    Scene Access
    Commentary by: Director Danny Leiner, Ashton Kutcher and Seann William Scott
    7 Extended Scenes
    Music Video: "Stoopid Ass" by Grand Theft Auto
    Theatrical Trailer and TV Spots

    Video Tracks:
    Widescreen Anamorphic 1.85:1

    Audio Tracks:
    Dolby Digital 5.1 English
    Dolby Digital Surround 2.0 English

    Subtitle Tracks:
    CC: English

    Directed By:
    Danny Leiner

    Written By:

    Kristy Swanson
    Marla Sokoloff
    Jennifer Garner
    Seann William Scott
    Ashton Kutcher

    Casting By:
    Ronnie Yeskel
    Richard Hicks

    Soundtrack By:
    David Kitay

    Director of Photography:
    Robert M. Stevens

    Kimberly Ray
    Kent Beyda

    Costume Designer:
    Pamela Withers

    Production Designer:
    Charles Breen

    Wayne Allan Rice
    Nancy Paloian
    Gil Netter
    Andrew A. Kosove
    Broderick Johnson

    Twentieth Century Fox

    Your Opinions and Comments

    6 / 10
    I was told in advance not to take this movie too seriously, so I didn`t. Still, this is one of the crappiest things (notice I used the term "thing" instead of the term "movie") I`ve seen in years. Not funny, not witty, not even a real movie.
    The video transfer is ok. There are no compression signs at all.
    The DD 5.1 soundtrack is average. The surrounds are mostly used for the (loud) background music.
    The menus are all animated with sound.
    The extras include a commentary by the director and two leads, a behind the scenes look, 7 extended scenes (couldn`t find the difference between them and the ones that got to the "movie") and a horrible music video.
    Bottom line - there`s absolutely no excuse for this "movie". It is a disgrace, a total BOMB and should be ignored at all cost.
    posted by Zvi Josef on 22/7/2001 18:49