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50
New York Daily News
What holds the movie together -- albeit tenuously -- is the surprisingly sweet-natured pairing of Jesse and Chester.
50
There's a benign, peace-loving air about it all that forces you to accept and embrace the film's two central characters.
50
Don't tell Mom, but everybody seems stoned.
40
Aimed squarely at adolescents who might find "Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure" too intellectually taxing.
40
Film.com
Just another lame slacker comedy.
40
Chicago Reader
Writer Philip Stark ("That '70s Show") and director Danny Leiner ("Freaks and Geeks") apply mature comic instincts to an adolescent genre.
30
If you accept the film on its own brain-damaged level, there actually are laughs to be had.
25
USA Today
Any civilization that can produce a movie this stupid probably deserves to be hit by famine and pestilence.
25
New York Post
An almost chuckle-free mess, so amateurish and lame that the cast often has that embarrassed look you see on dogs given ridiculous haircuts.
0
Dude, your movie sucks.

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