Two seemingly dumb teens struggle to prepare a historical presentation with the help of a time machine.
One of the silliest movies that I have ever seen, yet it manages to work and come together as a fun, watch able movie. The movie centres around best friends Bill and Ted who have a band, totally suck as musicians, and are about to fail High School. Rufus comes to them from the future and gives them his time machine so that they can talk to people of historical importance, pass High School and end up being totally righteous musicians.
This is full of lots of silliness due to the main characters, but there are plenty of laughs, and some are clever in their own way. I love how the various characters act in their future, our present, and how our main characters interact with these well known famous characters from worldwide history.
Sure, this movie is never going to be praised or widely shown, heck, I can't find it in my local video store anymore and I'm sure it was a fluke that I managed to find it on DVD at a great price. A fun movie though and I think that it's well worth a watch at least once in your lifetime.
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