Beavis and Butt-Head Do the Universe


Action / Animation / Comedy

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 95%
IMDb Rating 0.0 10 0

Plot summary

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June 23, 2022 at 09:40 AM


Top cast

Mike Judge as Beavis / Butt-head
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791.96 MB
English 2.0
24 fps
1 hr 26 min
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1.59 GB
English 5.1
24 fps
1 hr 26 min
P/S 275 / 824

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by aeongale 10 / 10

It like changes the paradigm or something

It's perfect. Was a bit worried seeing CG animation in the intro but the movie is real animation. Biggest surprise is the plot is a bit more elaborate than Do America. All the stupidity you want is still there but it actually has a good thriller plot that isn't always obvious. Judge can still do Butthead's voice 100%, but Beavis is a bit off at times, not enough to really matter. Best Black Sabbath song chosen to feature in it.

Reviewed by rdoubleoc 9 / 10

Way better than the show and older movie.

This is the greatest I've seen of Beavis and Butt-Head so far.

I wish they would bring the show back, but maybe a series of movies would be better (it usually is).

This was a great watch, and I have nothing but good things to say about this. I'd give a 10 but don't want to seem biased or fake, since that's what I read fake accounts do.

It's not exactly as funny as Rick and Morty, but it's just as entertaining and does have clever parts and jokes (like Beavis talking to Alexa like she's an actual person, when he's hardly ever talked that intelligently

Reviewed by magnoliafreak 10 / 10

Hilarious Summer Comedy, and a welcome return from a classic comic duo

I will do my best to review this from a point of view removed from my own because frankly I'm a huge B&B fan and this is the movie I've been waiting for. From a fans POV it's a 10/10. It's everything you love from the show (including even Daria as a background character!) minus the videos. It amazes me how the writers continue to find new angles on old B&B tropes, like their ability to find a crude sexual innuendo in just about any scenario. Honestly, just watching this alone had me laughing more uncontrollably (had to pause and rewind more than a few times) than I can recall laughing at B&B Do America in a packed theater at an opening day matinee when my friends and I cut class to go see it. I always thought the jokes had ran low pretty quickly in that movie and it never begged my attention for repeat viewings. This new movie, on the other hand, is one I think I'll watch a lot more in the future. It just had so much more to offer. The jokes were funnier and not front loaded to the first half of the film: it's consistently funny from beginning to end and unlike a lot of TV to movie adaptations doesn't have pacing issues: there's just too much going on honestly as it's a very busy movie. But, for as busy as it is, it somehow never loses focus or the audiences attention. BIG SPOILER!! One of my favorite aspects of the film was characters acknowledging Beavis and Butthead for exactly what they are: somewhat innocent yet dumb horny kids who only think in terms of sex. This moment of recognition was thankfully small and not at all meta: just a character not being totally oblivious to their constant double entendres. I really hope this opens up the characters to a new series because this movie effortlessly figured out how to bring the characters from the 90s (with that attitude and sensibility somehow intact and still effective) to our current times. Paramount, I feel, really dropped the ball by not sending this to theaters this summer. It's a perfect summer popcorn comedy, and I feel, as funny as it was watching it alone, that seeing it with an audience of others laughing too would just enhance that. I think it would've made a decent profit at least. Sadly, paramount plus doesn't even seem to be advertising it much.

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