Overall Rank: 8957
Average Rating: 2.4/4
# of Ratings: 113
Theatrical Release Date: 07/19/1991
Genre: Adventure, Comedy
MPAA Rating: PG
Director: Peter Hewitt
Actors: Keanu Reeves, Alex Winter, William Sadler, Joss Ackland, Pam Grier, George Carlin
Plot: In a near perfect future, a man bent on destruction sends two Bill & Ted androids back in time to prevent the Wyld Stallyons from winning a pivotal battle of the bands by killing the duo. Yet even in death, the two best friends travel heaven and hell to get back to the world of the living and make sure the future is bright. -- Chris Kavan
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Daniel Corleone - wrote on 10/13/2011
Same likable characters but with a simple screenplay to boot. It seems that the purpose to have a sequel was forced. Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey wasn't that bogus, it just tried too hard to impress because of the original's success.
sapien - wrote on 08/26/2009
It's a great movie. Maybe, it's even better than the first Bill and Ted.
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Matthew Brady - wrote on 09/15/2014
Grim Reaper: "They Melvined me". The story is about Bill and Ted's evil robot twins kill the San Dimas duo and then take over their lives!Replaced on Earth by the bogus robots, the real Bill and Ted embark upon a most unwanted expedition - straight to Hell! Can Bill and Ted cheat death, save the world from evil, rescue the princess babes and be back in time to win the "Battle of the Bands"? Or will their heinous metal twins change the duo's destiny forever?. Some times when movies gets squeals they end up sometimes good and sometimes terrible, but this movie wasn't a bad squeal, actually this movie was a pretty good squeal. The characters are likable and the visual's in this movie was well done. Some jokes can be a bit cliche and the script at times got a bit lazy.
Yojimbo - wrote on 01/22/2012
Bill & Ted are killed by their robot duplicates sent by an evil mastermind in the future but enlist the aid of Death and alien scientists to return from the grave save the babes. I loved Bill & Ted back in the day and this deliberately ridiculous sequel is full of the same mix of bonehead humour and knowing parody of popular culture. Reeves and Winter are as likeable as ever as the heroic dimwits, but this film belongs to William Sadler's Seventh Seal style grim reaper and every moment he's on the screen is comedy gold. It's pretty much the usual teen humour you'd expect but the time travel spin and escapades in Heaven and Hell give plenty of room for a slew of funny gags and the whole thing is still a lot of fun. If you were never into metal as a teen it may go over (or probably more …
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