Beavis and Butt-Head Do America (1996) - Animation, Adventure, Comedy

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The dim-witted teen duo of Beavis and Butt-Head travel across America in search of their stolen television set.

IMDB: 6.8
Director: Mike Judge
Stars: Mike Judge, Bruce Willis
Length: 81 Minutes
PG Rating: PG-13
Reviews: 14 out of 148 found boring (9.45%)

One-line Reviews (44)

The movie's style of non-sequitur humor is hit-or-miss, but if you're looking for a funny, entertaining movie, you could do a lot worse.

I don't think I can bear to watch a second time, it's worth watching only once.

That bit got tiresome quickly,to me,because it was pretty one-note.

They were stupid beyond belief, they were poorly animated, and the shows had no real plot to speak of, other than their critiquing of music videos, which was really the only thing I found to be remotely funny.

But there's something curiously bizarre about our two protagonists which made the TV series so hilariously compelling.

Of course the plot line is going to be pretty far-fetched to get Beavis & Butt-Head to leave Highland (let alone their couch), and the humour of Beavis & Butt-Head will wear thin for most people after half an hour, but I have to say I'm a fan of these guys, and the movie is pretty damn entertaining.

There is also a lot of play on words and confusion between characters which makes some great comedy (especially the scene on the airplane with Beavis talking to the old lady).

I realize Mike Judge,the grand creator and visionary of B&B,intended it this way to make the duo match the kind of metal headed thickheads he knew from his experiences living in Texas,but it just got tiresome to me after a few shows.

In the end, the film is worth watching for fans of the TV show.

Those who find Beavis & Butt-Head hilarious and those who find them unbearable.

The story begins as the two find themselves the victims of robbery and boredom after their beloved television set is stolen from their home.

It's nothing outstanding, but it's simply a fun and enjoyable ninety minutes of animated adult comedy.

Ignorant, adolescent slackers Beavis and Butt-Head successfully make their way onto the big screen in this entertaining animated feature.

Like The Office, it's compelling in it's hyperbolic depiction of people most of us would have encountered at one time or another, being as goofy and asinine as possible.

Die hard fans of the television series will certainly love it, as for people who have never seen a single episode, it is still worth the watch if you ever see it on television and have some time to kill.

Stack delivers his lines like he seems bored to be in a cartoon, which leaves the character a little flat during some of the wittier one-liners.

Unfortunately, he occupies quite a lot of screen time and I became bored quickly.

Funny Waste of Time .

Nice though worth watching only once .

including the president of the united states was a major positive aspect as it made it much more suspenseful.

I found it to be "boring" and I hated how Beavis and Butthead left the town of Highland and ventured out into the big world.

There's just something about Beavis and Butt-head that is tremendously entertaining, and when the film kept the focus on them, it generally worked the best.

Entertaining and Funny, .

They're just that entertaining.

The movie is very unassuming and is just plain entertaining.

Even at a slight 80 minute length, this film has a number of slow spots that seem to prove that this witless duo is more fun to watch on the original show.

The tv show was great, but this movie was extremely boring, pointless, and devoid of the enthusiasm that made the series.

Another funny scene has Beavis and Butthead dismissing the geyser "Old Faithful" because they call it boring, only to be dazzled by urinals in a nearby toilet that flush when a light sensor is activated.

Beavis & Butt-Head Do America is definitely not for everyone; there is nothing 'offensive' about it, but most people will find the humour dumb and repetitive.

But to cut the boring crap, this movie came out, and though I missed at the cinema for reasons unknown, I soon saw it, and loved it.

Silly but fun – entertaining if you are in the mood .

) However, I was pleasantly surprised by the fact that the film is quite entertaining.

I remember seeing it on the big screen upon release, and now, to see it again on DVD almost 20 years later (oh dear god), is quite enjoyable!

It is incredibly funny and entertaining.

Sure, let's take the most annoying, uninteresting character and build a whole show around her (C'mon, weren't you all just praying for someone to one day toss her in a car trunk and drive it into the lake?

The denial of Beavis and Butthead for the obvious is what i found most entertaining.

A fun romp for 80 minutes, but also a little dragged out at times, catch it when you're lazing on a Sunday Afternoon, check your brain in at the door.

There's a neat riff on monster movies at the start of the film, and a great satire of 70s cop shows during the credits, and while the jokes are mostly juvenile and silly, they're consistently amusing, which makes this film surprisingly funny and enjoyable.

Once upon a time I was bored.

This film is truly awe inspiring .

Beavis and Butt-Head, as usual have crude and sexually related humor which everyone loves, and can sometimes be slow and dull.

The controversial but highly popular MTV animated series hits the big screen in this surprisingly entertaining and humorous film from the crazed mind of Mike Judge.

Entertaining if you enjoy these two.

The humour in their shows is often slow, and obviously childish.