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Here's Where You Can Stream Brendan Fraser And Ke Huy Quan In Encino Man

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Brendan Fraser and Ke Huy Quan have a few things in common. For instance, both had incredible journeys leading to their movie comebacks in 2022 with "The Whale" and "Everything Everywhere All at Once" respectively. Along with ushering in a "Brenaissance," these films resulted in a Best Actor Oscar for Fraser and Best Supporting Actor Oscar for Quan. They also co-starred together as "Link" and Kim in sleeper hit "Encino Man" way back in 1992.

Directed by Les Mayfield and written by George Zaloom and Shawn Schepps, the caveman teen-comedy was an unqualified success, making $40 million on a small budget. Despite a 15% "Rotten" Tomatometer score from critics, it is remembered fondly. It also helped Brendan Fraser's ascension into movie stardom. Meanwhile, "Encino Man" was one of Quan's last screen credits until "Everything Everywhere All at Once." Nevertheless, the two actors warmly reunited while on the awards show circuit decades later. 

Co-starring Sean Astin and Pauly Shore, "Encino Man" can be rented or streamed via Amazon and other providers.

You can rent Encino Man through Amazon and iTunes

"Encino Man" isn't currently streaming through any subscription services like Hulu or Peacock. It is, however, widely available to rent or purchase through various digital platforms.

Viewers can rent the 1992 Brendan Fraser comedy in HD for $3.99 on Amazon, or they can buy a digital copy for $17.99. In fact, most of the platforms carrying the film have the same prices for viewing "Encino Man." This includes iTunes, Google Play, YouTube, the Microsoft Store, Redbox, and DIRECTV.

The only carrier offering a different price for the comedy is AMC On Demand. At the moment, the platform is only asking $3 from members looking to rent a copy of the movie, and they can purchase a copy for only $9.99. 

If viewers would prefer a physical copy, they can also purchase a DVD of "Encino Man" online, or they can use Netflix's Disc Delivery service to rent one.