Maybe a stretch to call this comic-related (even allowing for the comic that followed the films), but let's face it, if you didn't like the first 2 Bill & Ted movies then there's obviously something seriously wrong with your judgement/taste/neurons, and I'm sure that couldn't be the case for any of the most excellent personages hereabout
Huh. Looks like they haven't changed personalities at all. I would have expected at least one of the characters to have grown up and put aside garage band fantasies for life as an insurance broker or something, and then they get dragged back into adolescent hijinks somehow. We'll see!
Post by Batflunkie on Jun 10, 2020 17:26:41 GMT -5
There really ought to be some kind of law about making a sequel to a movie years after the fact, but Bill & Ted get a pass
Kind of curious as to what they're going to do with Carlin being dead and all
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"I trust that a certain knowledge of popular culture will provide a reassuring familiarity in an otherwise strange and hostile environment."~ Charlie, The Last American #1 "Only by studying the past will I learn why the present is, to me, so totally unendurable."~ Norrin Radd, Silver Surfer, V1, #1
But surprisingly, Keanu Reeves was the weakest aspect of the movie.
I knew something was up by the trailer, but it’s like he completely forgot how to play Ted. Hell, his daughter was a lot more like classic Ted than he was. Keanu seemed like he was scarfing down handfuls of ludes throughout the entire flick.
On the flip side, Alex Winter hasn’t legitimately acted in 20-25 years and he didn’t miss a beat.