Bill & Ted Face the Music

Bill & Ted Face the Music

DVD - 2020
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A visitor from the future tells best friends Bill and Ted that one of their songs can save life as they know it and bring harmony to the universe.


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Jun 13, 2021

A few funny moments here and there, but mostly a lame movie. Really poor scriptwriting.

May 26, 2021

Keanu was right when he said there was nothing else to say.

JCLJoshN May 24, 2021

Dudes, I must confess that it's been a while since I last saw the first two Bill & Ted movies, but they remain a most excellent part of my youth. So it was both a relief and a joy to watch this third movie and feel so uplifted by it. The plot is goofy and loopy, as it should be. It does a good balancing act between paying tribute to the first two movies without being a complete copy. And now that I, like Bill and Ted, am older, it's great that the movie is ultimately not just about them, it's about family--parents, siblings, spouses, and children. But more than anything, it's just so great to see Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter filling Bill and Ted's shoes once more. I didn't think I needed a third Bill & Ted movie, but I'm happy to have gotten one anyway.

HPL_Clio May 13, 2021

I was genuinely surprised by how much I enjoyed this movie. The plot isn't terribly original, but the established characters retain their charm, and new characters such as Bill and Ted's daughters are generally entertaining. If you liked the first Bill & Ted movies, give this one a try.

Apr 25, 2021


Apr 22, 2021

I got 10 or 20 minutes into this & found myself wondering...Why am I watching this? It's a comedy, right? I never laughed. Perhaps the best was yet to come. I can live without knowing.

Mar 30, 2021

Everyone who thought that making this movie was a good idea needs to get into a phone booth and go back to before the idea existed.
The original was most excellent. The second was lame. And this one? Well, it had slight potential in the beginning, but quickly fell from there.
Keanu Reeves' performance was absolutely horrible and Alex Winter ( who has not aged well at all, and cannot act) was even worse. They were two 50 years olds trying to recreate characters they made famous in their teens, complete with the same wardrobe. They could have at least dressed like adults. And did I mention that both of them looked really OLD?
I didn't buy the two girls as their daughters at all. They looked much older than teenagers and had no acting talent whatsoever. Even the music in this movie is bad, and that's saying a lot, because, well music is the point, right?
Bill and Ted is what made Keanu Reeves famous, so I'm honestly surprised that he didn't put any heart at all into it.
I did like that they used the phone booth concept and that they mentioned (and briefly showed) the character of Rufus (AKA George Carlin), but not even So-crates and his "Like Sands Through The Hour Glass" philosophy could save this one.
Bill and Ted should have just let the universe crash and burn.

Mar 21, 2021

I didn't expect this to be good, but, dude, I didn't expect this to be so lame. Crappy CGI, a needlessly complicated plot, and vapid dialogue make this a less than excellent time, even if it's fun to see the duo reunited after nearly three decades.

Feb 28, 2021

I gave this 3 stars - it is entertaining enough if you like Bill & Ted. Seeing their daughters in their own Bill/Ted way is a hoot. Couples therapy with both couples together was hilarious. Reconciling with death - again, hilarious. Had some real laughs out of this. It didn't feel as 'magical' as the first Bill & Ted, but it will still delight fans of the original.

Feb 12, 2021

What? ok this had to be a money grab. The acting is very, very weak, which is sad for such a group that had a cult following. Times have changed.

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