Post by stefancrosscoe on Jan 12, 2018 15:13:26 GMT
"Strange things are afoot at the Circle-K." Due to a hard lifestyle of heavy daydreaming and trying to succeed at becoming talented and cool looking rock stars along with a lethal killer instinct when it comes to the babes, Bill (Alex Winter) and best pal Ted (Keauni Reeves) spends most of their time far, far away of high school ground, which is bad news for the both of em' as their poor grades means that they are soon about to find themselves in some serious trouble, specially if they fail in history class. In fact, it could very well be the end of their fantastic band The Wyld Stallyns, and worse, next up could be military school. However, a miraculous savior named Rufus (George Carlin) is as sent from above and are here to help guide the duo into bettering their grades and maybe also learn something new for a change, as Bill and Ted must travel far back in search of one historic figure after another in order to make way for one hell of a gig at their upcoming school presentation.
A real classic! This incredbile quotable and right out hilarious 80s stoner-teen comedy is so ridiculous it actually end up working like magic. In fact, Keanu Reeves proved here that he could be not just funny but in fact hilarious, or at least once, a very, very long time ago and still I do really hope that we one day might get a third film as the second one was good but not great and it is a shame if Winter and Reeves never comes back again to do another one, as I think Keaunu seems to be rather eager on doing so.
For it is written: the inhabitants of the Earth have been made drunk with her blood. And I saw her sent upon a hairy beast and she held forth a golden chalice full of the filthiness of fornications. And upon her forehead was written: "Behold I am the great mother of harlots and all abominations of the Earth."