Dude, Where's My Car?

Dude, Where's My Car?

Two potheads wake up after a night of partying and cannot remember where they parked their car.

Last night, two party-hearty Dudes had an unbelievably sweet time. Too bad, they can't remember a thing, including where they parked their car, which prompts them on a journey to find it and along the way, they encounter a variety of people who include a group of aliens in human form looking for a mystical device that could save or destroy the world. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Dude, Where's My Car? torrent reviews

Tim M (gb) wrote: Funny movie, interesting concept

Mike N (es) wrote: i like the idea and the cast but it ended up being only mildly entertaining at times... in my opinion.

Andrew L (ru) wrote: This is a really cute, fun movie. It's an action comedy, so don't take it too serious. It's rather tongue in cheek. Cruise is his usual over the top action hero and Diaz plays really well off of him. I think I liked it so much because it's very playful and just wants to have some fun.

Alexander C (kr) wrote: Why did they make this???Wasn't the original film enough, spoiled

Sophie B (it) wrote: Only saw the second half but really loved it. Prefer it to the book.

Hunter W (kr) wrote: The only film in the franchise that can truly be called "Magical": The Prisoner of Azkaban is beautifully filmed and emotionally compelling under the guiding hand of storyteller Alfonso Cuaron. It is simply the best of the Harry Potter films.

Cooper C (nl) wrote: It's aged at a lot of points, but it's entertaining through the eyes of a child.

Allison H (us) wrote: This movie was so bad i don't even know how to review it. Seriously...a puppy in his trunk? There are so many scenes that I literally laughed out loud in.

Chris D (es) wrote: This movie owned and everybody is an idiot.

Wilda W (us) wrote: Rarely do I see this type of energy outside of a film festival: People hollering, applauding and yelling out comments throughout the movie, staying for the credits and gathering in groups outside the theater after the movie ended. I felt so moved by the sense of community the movie brought. The screenings may have been a way to capitalize on an artist's death, but right now I'm choosing to feel the warmth instead.

Anh H (es) wrote: This is so bad that it's actually good. I laughed so hard at the tattoo scene.