Rating:

MTV's resident animated fart-knockers graduate to the big screen with all their trademark preoccupations intact: scoring, chicks, big thingies, scoring chicks with big thingies and sundry others either mammillary or scatological in nature. It's just as juvenile as you'd

expect, and even funnier. There is a plot, but that's really beside the point: Suffice it to say that after the unthinkable happens -- they wake up to discover their beloved TV has been stolen -- Beavis and Butt-head (both voiced by their creator, Mike Judge, who's also the director) embark on a

cross-country road trip that takes them from Las Vegas to Washington, DC, by way of Weippe, Big Piney, Peck, Meeteetse, Butte -- are you getting the picture? The cornerstone of the TV show -- music videos whose pretentions are punctured by our heroes' running commentary -- has been dropped. But by

way of recompense, we're treated to a disquisition on the semantic paradox that results when one attempts to describe a donkey defecating. Whatever your I.Q., it's really one of the more enjoyable animated films since SNOW WHITE.

Cast & Details See all »

  • Released: 1996
  • Rating: PG-13
  • Review: MTV's resident animated fart-knockers graduate to the big screen with all their trademark preoccupations intact: scoring, chicks, big thingies, scoring chicks with big thingies and sundry others either mammillary or scatological in nature. It's just as juv… (more)

Show More »

Trending TonightSee all »

Watch This

Puppy Bowl XII
The Puppy Bowl Gets the 30 for 30 Treatment

We went to Puppy Bowl XIII to speak to the puppies directly about the allegations of certain players illegally eating adult dog food instead of puppy food, the dirtiest fouls to ever stink up the field and so much more