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Two happy-go-lucky fools wake up after a wild night of partying with no memory and no car! What ensues is aliens, angry transsexuals, ostrich attacks, stoner dogs, Fabio, and three of the greatest phrases ever “Dude”, “Sweet” and “Shibby”! You’re going to have to watch
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The word “Dude” has never been used so frequently, dim-wittedly, or endearingly as it is in this movie by Jesse and Chester. Jesse and Chester are young happy-go-lucky fools who are as close as best friends can be – whether that means dating the one pair of twins, knowing each other’s bowel movements or making out in a car to beat Fabio. The film begins the day after the night before – the night before being a crazy party at the twins’, Wilma and Wanda’s, house. Roommates Jessie and Chester awake, with no memory of last night, to an angry voicemail from the twins – their house is trashed and today is their anniversaries! Smug, Jesse says their awesome anniversary gifts are in the car ready to go. Walking outside, Jesse asks, “Dude, where’s my car?” because the car is gone! Too drunk to remember where they left it, they set out to find it.
At the town centre, the hottest girl in town, Christie Boner, surprisingly approaches them. She smooches Jesse for the great night last night – he touched her “hoo hoos” and was swinging around a suitcase full of money. Tommy, Christie’s jock boyfriend, pulls up, grabs Christie and threatens the boys to stay away from her. Reaching into his pocket, Jessie finds a strip club’s matchbox – their first clue!
They’re dropped outside a tailor’s shop and are quickly ushered inside by the tailor to pick up the suits they ordered last night! Inside the snazzy tracksuits Jesse finds a lease for a car and Chester a Rubik’s cube which he tries to solve. Exiting to the street, a clan of hot chicks in leather jumpsuits approaches them, offering them “erotic pleasure” in exchange for the continuum transfunctioner. However, a mix-up arrest sees the boys snatched off to the precinct. Upon release, they’re informed that their car has been impounded. Meanwhile, the hot chicks meet Tommy at a pizzeria. They offer to give them erotic pleasure if they get the continuum transfunctioner from Jesse and Chester. He willingly agrees.
Shortly after, the boys run into two leather-clad men who claim to be the keepers of the continuum transfunctioner. Fed up, Jesse and Chester go home. On the couch, Chester is still trying to solve the Rubik’s cube when they hear another voicemail from the twins – they’re dumped for being lousy boyfriends. For the first time, a feeling deep inside the boys tells them that they’re in love with the twins! Therefore, they determine to go down to the impound lot, get the car back, get the presents, and win their women back! But not before Jesse takes a dump
Unfortunately, at the impound lot, they’re told that their car’s has been auctioned off, but manage to scrounge the buyer’s address. On the way, the nerds taser and kidnap them. They awake at Zoltan’s fortress – a barn at his parents’ place. There, the nerds are dressed in bubble-wrap jumpsuits, which Jesse and Chester enjoy popping. The boys manage to steal two by knocking-out their guards and ‘disguised’ attend a meeting. Zoltan is present – he is a slightly good-looking nerd – and preaches on a better life in space. However, the naked knocked-out nerds interrupt the meeting to point out Jesse and Chester. In retaliation, Zoltan reveals Wanda and Wilma in bondage. Should the boys not retrieve the continuum transfunctioner they will die!
The boys trek to the car buyer’s address. The buyer admits that the car has gone mysteriously missing and the only thing left is a locker key. Excitedly, the boys arrive at Captain Stu’s Space-O-Rama arcade. Before they open the locker, the angry transsexual stripper appears demanding her money. Fearfully, they open it and thankfully find the suitcase. Happy, she leaves. However, to the boys’ defeat, the continuum transfunctioner is not there. But, Jesse schemes, no one knows what it looks like! They phone the nerds and Tommy to come meet them. Both parties arrive, the nerds bringing Wilma and Wanda and they quickly trade them, unknowingly, for an arcade-space toy. Tommy attacks the nerds for the ‘device’, while the hot chicks and the continuum transfunctioner keepers arrive. The keepers quickly point out that that is not the device and judgement falls on Jesse and Chester. Distracted, Chester solves the Rubik’s cube, only for it to whirl and transform into the real transfunctioner – activated and ready to destroy the universe! With only moments to spare, they must decide out of the hot chicks and the keepers who the good guys are who’ll disarm it. At the last second, the boys chuck it to the keepers who quickly deactivate it. Enraged, the hot chicks fuse into one giant hot chick that goes on a furious rampage. It’s now up to Jesse and Chester to work the transfunctioner’s “photon accelerator annihilation beam” to save them – doing it, a great beam shoots out and hits the hot chick, destroying her!
The keepers thank Jesse and Chester for saving the universe, however, Jesse has other things on his mind, “Dude, where’s my car?”. The keepers exclaim how wasted they were last night and state that they must erase their memories. Thus, the boys wake up to the same morning again – only better: their car is out the front and they give their anniversary gifts to their girlfriends, plus extra ones from the keepers – necklaces that make their girlfriend’s “hoo hoos” much bigger. Happy, they drive off to get Chinese drive-through. “And then …?” The end.
This movie is hilarious. The plot is limitless – aliens, angry transsexuals, ostrich attacks, stoner dogs, Fabio, and three of the greatest phrases ever “Dude”, “Sweet” and “Shibby”! Anything and everything can and does happen! And despite this, there is still a strong and cohesive plot to follow – it’s not just aimless good times! Furthermore, this movie is not just unique because of the random and unconventional stuff, but also because of Jesse and Chester’s unique characters. The buddy-buddy relationship between Jesse and Chester is childish and precious – Jesse, the slightly smarter leader, and Chester, the happy tag-along. They’re probably the only two people who get each other and share the same strange interests. Their characters are given an original sense of self, expressed through the dialogue and their behaviour. For example, Jesse is a naïve oddball, so when he asks Christie Boner whether she’s seen his car and she suggestively answers that she’s seen the backseat, he replies, “I mean the whole thing”. Also, because the boys are ultimately carefree ‘what’ll happen will happen’ kinda guys, when they discover they have a roommate that none of them previously knew about, they just shrug it off and keep watching t.v. Lastly, there’s two classic scenes that should be mentioned: 1) the “And then …?” fight between Jesse and the Chinese drive-through speaker-box; 2) when Jesse and Chester get tattoos of the words “Dude” and “Sweet” on their backs and they try telling the other what their tattoo says but they think they’re just exclaiming “Dude” and “Sweet” to say that it’s cool. Watch it. Love it. Shibby!