MTV's Beavis And Butthead Do America details
|Starring:||Beavis And Butthead, Mike Judge, Cloris Leachman, Robert Stack, Eric Bogosian, Richard Linklater, Jacqueline Barba, Samuel Johnson, Dale Reeves, Mike Ruschak, Rosemary McNamara|
|Directors:||Mike Judge, Yvette Kaplan, Kim Jae Joong, Kim J|
|Studio:||PARAMOUNT HOME ENTERTAINMENT|
MTV's Beavis And Butthead Do America
|Run time:||1 hour 18 minutes|
|Rental release:||31 Jul 2000|
|Subtitles:||Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, German, Norwegian, Swedish, Turkish|
|Hearing impaired subtitles:||English|
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Mike Judge is a funny fellaBy a customer from Durham, England , 11 Dec 2004
[Highly rated reviewer]But, Beavis and Butthead can't carry a full length film.
Beavis and Butthead have had their television stolen and must find or replace it. In the process they are sucked up into the world of biological warfare and espionage which sends them bumbling from Las Vegas to Washington DC. En route they meet up with their fathers, experience a peyote trip, tour the Hoover Dam, see the Grand Canyon as well as a few other tourist stop offs.
All the series standbys are there with Tom Anderson getting royally screwed throughout and Mr. Van Driessen singing about Lesbian Seagulls.
If you like Beavis and Butthead than it is Beavis and Butthead. If you find idiocy offensive than you probably shouldn't rent this.
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Not for everyoneBy a customer from Essex, England , 23 Nov 2008Whether you enjoy this film or not depends on whether you 'get' this brand of comedy. Our angst-ridden antiheroes travel the length and breadth of America leaving mayhem in their wake, culminating at the White House. If you liked the crude MTV series you will love this. If not then its probably best to leave it alone.
greatBy a customer from Birmingham , 14 Jul 2008pure class they sould make more of them brings back great memories
Probably the most complete movie-of-a-TV-show there isBy dacanesta (5 reviews) from Middlesbrough , 08 May 2008First of all, this holds my personal record of 'amount of times viewed at the cinema'. I saw it 7 times. This is too much, I know, but we had a cheap cinema at the time, and I was on a break at college so nowt else much to do really.
Either way, the first thing that needs to be said refers the my review title. This is a rare occasion where even a glance at any scene you would feel a difference between what you were seeing and the TV show. In other words this FEELS like a movie, as opposed to an episode dragged out to 3 times the length. The film has a scope, dare I say 'epic' feel to it. Well, compared to the TV show anyway.
Secondly, it should also be said that this CAN be enjoyed by those who didnt like the show. I dragged a few people along, and its hard to not actually find affection for them. I think they are less annoying in the movie, and its easy to get swept up in their silliness and naivity and actually start rooting for them.
Basically though, its just quite a funny film. It was definitely funnier when I was 20, but Its definitely worth a little look, if only coz it shows that a feature length tale of a TV show CAN be told.
And the soundtrack is good too.
beavis and butthead do americaBy a customer from Penrith , 07 Apr 2008this is one of the most funniest films i have ever seen, laughs from start to finish, definatley reccomend it.
poorBy a customer from Scotland , 18 Jul 2007tv series was much better!