So, both Bill and Ted decided to gather up historical figures which they need for their report. See Football - Aussie rules, American, etc. Gene Siskel, also of the Tribune, gave the film only 2½ stars, but did believe the second film to be better than the first. Bill deals with his minor oedipal complex. In 1973, Russ Ballard of Argent wrote a decent song. Tommy The Cat The lyrics seem to exist only so Claypool, LaLonde, and Aleander can jam.
They got all of the historical figures to the report. Play With Me - Extreme 2. Did Go to Hell just parodically reference Enter Sandman? References to history are quite on brand. Baby Jeff Ament has guitar fundamentals down. I know by reading some of my reviews I sound like some stuffy person who doesn't like any fluffy comedies or unintelligent humor, but that's not always the case. They are hoping that this will help them pass their report so they can stay together. Tommy The Cat - Primus Funk metal? In are most non heinous bands like Kiss, Faith No More, Megadeath, and Primus.
So let's all get back in our telephone booth and revist the soundtrack to this non bogus film. Oh, yeah yeah yeah yeah! Bettencourt is no stranger to classical influence, just check out He-Man Woman Hater Flight of the Wounded Bumblebee. Father Time - Shark Island 6. Speaking of the lyrics to Battle Stations, you see anything cleverly hidden? My guitar is my ammunition, Raise the flag, sound the mission bell. Speaking of Jeff Ament, at 2:30 in the song, Neverland goes full on Pearl Jam. Bill Alex Winter and Ted Keanu Reeves drop down a deep hole to hell.
So, a man from the future named Rufus came to help them pass their report. Or, does that mean that Bill ends up marrying Missy? Best bit in the entire film has to be when Bill and Ted challenge him for the sake of their lives and they all end up playing board games like Twister and Cluedo. Two Heads Are Better Than One - Power Tool. I still enjoy the decade of feathered mullets, jerri-curled hair, acid-washed jeans, skinny ties, dominant pop music, and terrible fashions. Wardroe really wants them to succeed. To make matters worse, Ted will be sent to the military by his father, therefore squashing their dreams of rock stardom. So, both Bill and Ted decided to gather up historical figures which they need for their report.
And if he does, does history repeat itself with Ted marrying her as well? After all, it was 1991. Shark Island - Dangerous - 08. Bill and Ted take Station to a hardware store, and then race in their van back to the concert while Station constructs good robots. Surprisingly, the film holds up today. The man with the magical fingers, Bettencourt annihilates Play with Me, creating not an accidental collision of atoms, but purposeful collision.
Rufus intros him to his class, noting that Martin is the founder of the Faith No More Spiritual and Theological Center. Then Shark Island is totally worth the trip. I can't even count how many times I've seen this movie, but somehow it never gets old. When Bill, Ted, Station, and Death go to the Builders Emporium. Dude displays all the characteristics of a guitar god.
This was years before doing that for Halo. Checks the date, yes, this is 1991. To be fair to Paul Stanley, his preaching and vocal power note is the second best thing to happen to the song. However, both are flunking in high school and will be expelled unless they get an A+ in history. But, what Bill and Ted do not know is that they must stay together to save the future. Does that mean that the Bad Robots live? Well go ahead and kick me in the face! With it, they decide to use it to collect great historical figures and bring them to San Dimas, California to show them how mankind has evolved. The only weakness is that it's an 80's film, so if you didn't grow up in that era, you might not understand why there's music playing throughout the film, or why everyone looks and dresses so weird yes, that's how everyone looked in the 1980's.
Still, a must watch, and much better than all the copycat films including the horrible Dude, Where's My Car? Carlin is funny in his appearances, showing that he doesn't need trash-talk to be entertaining. That is what makes it great. If only production companies and filmmakers would take a chance on something as original as a time travelling phone booth carrying two idiots on the course to better the future, the public could finally go back to watching movies in theaters again. The robots behave rudely to the princesses and work to ruin the duo s fame. For The Love Of Music was used in the movie, where as Drinking Again was used in promo material.
Missy wants a piece of Mr. For instance, Big Pig is an Australian band. When did this song come out?! Out are Shark Island, Tora Tora, and Vital Signs. So, a man from the future named Rufus came to help them pass their report. Two Heads Are Better Than One - Power Tool Double the pleasure! Primus is performing Tommy The Cat in the Battle of the Bands right before Bill and Ted show up. We have been given a road.