Cliché Storm: This film is simply a quintessence of youth comedies from the 90s. However, this only makes it even more beautiful.
Critical Dissonance: Critics often didn't get it, but it was well received by the general public and continues to be so years after its release.
Cult Classic: Because of the very much nostalgic atmosphere and light humor.
Fair for Its Day: Tania the transgender stripper. On the one hand she's on the receiving end of an over-the-top Unsettling Gender Reveal and some jokes are made about her deep voice and her strength. On the other hand she's not treated as disparagingly as a lot of the other cast, and is one of the few characters to get a happy ending running away with the stolen money and her cross dressing boyfriend, which for a Stoner Flick made in 2000 is pretty damn good.
The scene where the two main characters actually make out solely to "beat" another driver in some sort of "bad ass" competition during a red light. No to mention when Chester said " I know your body." to Jesse.
The scenes between the hunter and the poacher, as well as the distinctive Boke and Tsukkomi Routine nature of their relationship, very quickly turns into Foe Yay.