Beavis and Butt-head Do America

"Coming to a screen bigger than your TV."

Mike Judge created Beavis and Butthead for a series of shorts on MTV in the mid 1990s and their popularity grew and grew after their debut on the music network. The popular animated television series was adapted for the big screen in 1996 with "Beavis and Butt-head do America." The big screen debut of the slacker teens shows the dynamic duo on a cross country quest to track down their stolen television set. With a ton of motivation but a lack of brain cells, Beavis and Butthead stumble into an elaborate heist involving some low down and dirty convicts. Demi Moore and Bruce Willis lend their voices to the film as Muddy and Dallas Grimes, a pair of low down criminals. Unknown to them, Beavis and Butthead find themselves involved in an international security threat and they come to the rescue. When Beavis has a little too much sugar, he unveils his alter-ego Cornholio who throws a wrench into the plan of the international criminals.

In a trek that takes them to Vegas and DC, Beavis and Butthead finally track down their television set and return to watching videos.

PG-13
| 1996 | 1 hr 21 min | 6.8/10
Cast
Studio
Director
Mike Judge, Yvette Kaplan
Language
English
Beavis and Butt-head Do America
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