Beavis and Butt-Head Do the Universe
Director: Albert Calleros and John Rice
Year Released: 2022
After burning down their high school's Science Fair (this is circa 1998), "at-risk youths" Beavis and Butt-Head (both voiced by Mike Judge) get sent (by a very progressive court) to Space Camp where they are launched into orbit, break a bunch of stuff (heh heh), pass through a wormhole and appear in Galveston, Texas in 2022. I was a major fan of the original show and I'm pleased to say that they kept the spirit of Judge's original creation alive (it helps that he was one of the writers): it's crude and intentionally juvenile, but it's also a tribute to the kind of epic journey two teenage boys will go on to "score" with a "chick" (don't worry, they don't). It also uses every opportunity it can to comment on how the mentality of the 1990's is simply unacceptable nowadays: when our horny heroes show up at a college, they are "taught" about "sex positivity" and "white privilege" ... and the "lessons" predictably go right over their massive (and empty) craniums. Judge can't pass up an opportunity to have Beavis "transform" (by ingesting fistfuls of mystery pills) into his alter-ego Cornholio and start a prison riot ... because despite our vast differences and ever-uncertain times, all of us do require TP for our bungholes.