Dude, Where's My Toilet?
(see also Dude, Where's My Time Machine?)
Dude, Where's My Toilet? is a 2007 direct-to-video film written and directed by Regis Philbin, and starring Ashton Kutcher and Kelly Ripa. Based once again on the 1898 novel, the movie this time is a true story sequel to the previous movie. The movie picks up where the last one left off. As Ashton's character is about to be hanged for witchcraft (he appeared from a time portal in a random European village), a portal opens and he is taken through time once more. This time, he's taken to 3 weeks before indoor-plumbing toilets were introduced to the general public. The entire movie really is nothing but crap as its tagline says, especially considering the movie is based on a character running around in 1800-1900s New York refusing to use outhouses.
The film was heavily criticized for it's one-and-a-half hour scene where all Ashton's character does is wander aimlessly in New York saying "dude, I'm constipated" and "dude, where's my toilet?" over and over again. Some people's brains were actually turned to feces from watching this scene completely, as "constipation" is said over 9000 times.
Regis commented on the movie:
- "We had no idea this film would be panned as it was. We planned this movie to inspire the world to buy toilets, but ultimately, we failed."
Despite heavy criticism, the film sold over 1 million copies, VHS and DVD, in Kazakhstan, and about 5 copies elsewhere (they were used as rifle targets and/or were burned), grossing a total of around 35 American cents.
- "Nothing but crap."
- "And you thought the first one was terrible."