This is totally not worth my effort to write on, so for now, this is all I'm offering. "Dude, Where’s My Car?": Aside from the proper syntax and punctuation, (but not forgetting the idiocracy of what it is asking), there is nothing else correctly done with this horribly inept and fatuous movie."Dude, Where’s My Car?" isn’t even like a movie; it was as if a totally non-professional cast and crew got a hold of professional equipment, and just randomly shot a bunch of non-sensical and convoluted scenes. There was no sense of continuity outside of the fact that whatever slipshod figures they throw into the open credits are shown in a somewhat orderable fashion. Outside of that, each time the two leads (Ashton Kutcher and Seann William Scott) spontaneously end up somewhere, the chance of all the encounters and dilemmas they face all along the way are so completely counterfeit. It simply was not funny. At 75-minutes, I could not bare anymore of this, so I saved myself a couple extra minutes of my life and walked out.Final Verdict: F.