Dude, Where's My Car?

Synopsis: Roommates Jesse and Chester, both who have more than just a few cards short of a full deck, are stoner dudes who don't even do their jobs as pizza delivery guys well. They awaken one morning having little recollection of what they did the previous night, due to being wasted. They discover that their kitchen is full of prepackaged pudding, how they got all the pudding they are unaware. From a telephone message they receive, they come to the realization that at some point during the previous night they were at a party at the house of their girlfriends, twins Wanda and Wilma, and that today is their one year anniversary, which they did remember as they already bought the twins gifts. But the worst thing in not remembering what happened last night is that Jesse's car is missing. In trying to find out what happened to the car, they believe they have to recreate the feeling and mindset of last night, meaning getting wasted all over again. In trying to find the car, they, being the types that
Director(s): Danny Leiner
Production: 20th Century Fox
  5 nominations.
 
IMDB:
5.5
Metacritic:
30
Rotten Tomatoes:
18%
PG-13
Year:
2000
83 min
$44,992,961
Website
319 Views

Discovery Channel.

Nice.

Nelson's?

Shibby.

- I'm sick of walking dude.|- Me too.

Hey! It's Mrs. Crabbleman. She'll give us a ride.

Hey! Mrs. Crabbleman! Hey!

Hey!

Mrs. Crabbleman.

F*cking stoners.

She must have not recognised you.

Hey! It's the Biglemans. Hey.

Mr. Bigleman!

Hey! Mr. Bigleman!

Maybe we should just walk.

Yeah.

Listen, Nelson the car is gone and we|need to do this little sense memory thing...

...so we can get back into state of|mind that we were in last night

Deep in your consciousness you must look.

Concentrate on the knowledge inside you must

Aha. Your eyes you must close

when you take it to the muuu

Mouuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu

Mouuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu

Concentrating you're not dudes.

Sorry.

Is your dog dead?

Not dead. Come here Jackal. Come here boy.

I don't think he's coming.

Maybe he's death dude.

Death he is not dude.

Come here Jackal. Come here Jackal.

Does he know any other tricks besides not moving?

Guys. Alright. You wanna see trick?

Hey Jackal!

Bite that killer. Here comes the fun.

Good boy Jackal.

Dude, your dog is a stoner.

Can he also bone a beer?

Nah, pretty much all he does is|lie around and smoke his pipe.

Hey Jackal, can I see your pipe?

No! Don't!

Overprotective. It's his pipe.

When other people touch it he does not like.

Sorry Jackal.

Yes. He's sorry

Holy crap.

That's one psycho dog dude.

Yeah, hey you know what we should do now?

Eat?

No. Eat.

Choice excellent my friend. I'll get the keys.

Nelson, let me order

Chinese Foooood. May I help you?

Yeah. I'd like to place an order.

What would you like?

Yeah, I'd like three orders of garlic chicken.

And then?

And then three orders of white rice.

And then?

And then..., you guys want soup?

Sure.

Yeah, Three orders of wantan soup.

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Philip Stark

Philip Stark is an American television and film screenwriter. A native of Houston, Texas, Stark graduated with a degree in Radio-Television-Film (RTF) from The University of Texas at Austin in 1995.He is best known for his film Dude, Where's My Car? from 2000, and he wrote the script for a sequel, Seriously Dude, Where's My Car, which did not make it into production. Prior to this, he was a writer and script editor for That '70s Show and he has also written for South Park. In 2000, along with his friend, animator Graham Robertson, Stark created the online cartoon parody of the Budweiser "Whassup?" commercial featuring clips from the Superfriends.Since June 2003, Stark has been working on the script for video-game comedy Rad Brad, Modern Warrior for New Line Cinema with Jack Black attached as a producer and possible lead. more…

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