Successfully brings to the big screen those no-brainer nerds who have brought laughter to living rooms around the world for nearly four years. full review
An old saying states that too much of anything isn't good, and this is a prime example. full review
Faithful fans of the MTV series will no doubt be amused. But the few newcomers who pay the price of admission likely will wonder what all the fuss has been about. full review
They distill the agony of adolescence, the queasy feeling of being trapped in a body going through monstrous changes, at the same time that they purge it of its terror. full review
It's as good as any animated feature about two teenage morons could ever hope to be. full review
Takes the spirit of their late night TV show and flies with it. full review
Mostly, we get dumb formula, not quite ironic and self-mocking enough to be hip. full review
Those who deplore Beavis and Butt-Head are confusing the messengers with the message. full review
Judge's mirth translates surprisingly well to an 80-minute length, and he exploits the movies' greater scope without sacrificing the show's cheesy charm.
Even if the movie does engender a few more chuckles than expected, where's that redneck in a truck when we need one?