Bill and Ted Face the Music (review)

Bill and Ted Face the Music (review)
Bill and Ted Face the Music (review)
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This 3rd installment picks up 25 years later, when the titular duo are married with teenage daughters, but still basically hapless failures trying to write the greatest song ever. This time, they’re charged with creating the musical masterpiece in order to save the universe, so they travel thru time to meet themselves in various absurd altered personalities. Meanwhile, their offspring (who are basically teen girl versions of their dads with Brigette Lundy-Paine making an especially funny Billlie) embark on their own mission to assemble the greatest band ever. While the actors still manage to capture the blank dudes tudes and phrases that started the franchise, the setups and punchlines are pale comparisons to the original. There’s plenty of silly energy, but none of it takes the series to new places or even makes the old familiars much more than nostalgia. NOTE: Sit thru the credits to see the codgers shred it one last time.

 

2 out of 5 stars (2 / 5)

 

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