In the small town of San Dimas, a few miles away from Los Angeles, there are two nearly brain dead teenage boys going by the names of Bill S, Preston ESQ. and Ted Theodore Logan, they have a dream together of starting their own rock and roll band called the "Wyld Stallyns". Unfortunately, they are still in high school and on the verge of failing out of their school as well, and if they do not pass their upcoming history report, they will be separated as a result of Ted's father sending him to military school. But, what Bill and Ted do not know is that they must stay together to save the future. So, a man from the future named Rufus came to help them pass their report. So, both Bill and Ted decided to gather up historical figures which they need for their report. They are hoping that this will help them pass their report so they can stay together.
In the small town of San Dimas, a few miles away from Los Angeles, there are two nearly brain dead teenage boys going by the names of Bill S, Preston ESQ. and Ted Theodore Logan, they have a dream together of starting their own rock and roll band called the "Wyld Stallyns". Unfortunately, they are still in high school and on the verge of failing out of their school as well, and if they do not pass their upcoming history report, they will be separated as a result of Ted's father sending him to military school. But, what Bill and Ted do not know is that they must stay together to save the future. So, a man from the future named Rufus came to help them pass their report. So, both Bill and Ted decided to gather up historical figures which they need for their report. They are hoping that this will help them pass their report so they can stay together. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Jacob M (fr) wrote: One ginormous surprise. Witty and cleverly written, who knew a movie about a little turd monster living inside a man's butt-hole could be so good? I sure didn't.
Nagvendra S (it) wrote: Mithun Da and the 80's parody skit were the only saving grace of the film. Incoherent plot, characters popping out of everywhere and no where lead to a lots of confusion. Johnny Lever seems more irritating than funny. However, this one still has a few jokes that actually work. Rest, if you enjoy pure nonsense slapstick, this is your cup of tea.
Millo T (gb) wrote: Although it has great actors (and interpretations), good settings and a good beginning, it seems to me the development of the plot could have been much more powerful. However, it may captivate your interest.
Meghan G (ag) wrote: Oh dear god...this movie blew. It only gets the starts it gets because Mark Sheppard was in it.
Peyton C (it) wrote: A disgusting film with annoying humor and poor writing.
Luis O (au) wrote: This film is a great example as to why great writers make great films. Not since "Glengarry Glen Ross" or for that matter the great classic Arthur Miller's Death of a sales man, have I witnessed this topic so well presented. All three actors are amazing and the following is my favorite quote from the whole film: Phil Cooper: I'm saying you've already done plenty of things to regret, you just don't know what they are. It's when you discover them, when you see the folly in something you've done, and you wish that you had it do over, but you know you can't, because it's too late. So you pick that thing up, and carry it with you to remind you that life goes on, the world will spin without you, you really don't matter in the end. Then you will gain character, because honesty will reach out from inside and tattoo itself across your face.
Ranpreet B (ca) wrote: The biography of woman behind the most influential caste revolution in India with impressive direction & screenplay and awesome performances in acting.The movie deserves at least a 4 star rating.I dont know if whole of movie is based on the biography as lot of things seem like exaggeration but anyways the director has made a good film and if some portions are fictitious let it be.Coz its an old trend to temper the biographies for seeking publicity or making the script interesting. After watching this I have started counting Seema Biswas into one of the best actresses in India.I will recommend it to everyone who has even a bit of interest in inspirational & tragic stories.
Alan C (it) wrote: This is the only film I've been to see at the cinema where I nearly walked out! Bad.
April W (it) wrote: I loved this movie! I wish I could find it somewhere...
Edith N (de) wrote: I remember having seen this, a very long time ago, on Bravo. All I remember is the David Duchovny sex, so I must have come in very early in. This was in those long-ago days when you could find weird independent movies playing there--it's how I first saw [i]The Handmaid's Tale[/i], too. (It could have been a double feature--weird religious movies with sex in them!) This was easily fifteen years ago, and I hadn't seen a frame since. I've read reviews of it here and there--I believe it's another "atoning for [i]Scooby-Doo 2[/i]" film, come to that--but I don't think anyone I know has ever actually seen it. I'm not sure even Raul has seen it, unless he happened to catch it on Bravo that one time. Sharon (Mimi Rogers) leads a wild, hedonistic life alongside Vic (Patrick Bauchau, Sidney from [i]The Pretender[/i]). They're clearly intended to be a couple, but they get more joy out of partner-swapping, which is how she meets Randy (David Duchovny). She is an information operator, which has to be one of the world's most boring jobs, and she overhears a few of her coworkers talking about the Pearl and the Boy. She is drawn even further into this when she encounters Angie (Carole Davis), who has an intricate tattoo of the Pearl and so forth on her back. It turns out that it has to do with another sect of born-again Christianity, another one that believes the end of the world is nigh. The difference is that these are all having visions, and the visions seem to indicate that it really is. Because of this, Sharon and Randy are, too, born again, and they get married and (eventually) have Mary (Kimberly Cullum, who also played Abigail and Sammie Jo Fuller on [i]Quantum Leap[/i]). And then, Sharon's faith is tested. It's a running joke that you can date seasons of [i]The X-Files[/i] by David Duchovny's hair, and you can do just that here as well. The man actually has a mullet when we first encounter him, and later in the movie, he has Late Eighties Low-Level Bureaucrat hair. (The film's made in 1991, just as [i]The X-Files[/i] was about to gear up and during [i]Twin Peaks[/i], but still.) On the other hand, it's about the only really dating thing in the movie. If anything, the movie is more timely now, since that particular stripe of Christianity has had nearly twenty years and a good deal of political control since then. It's eerie, and I think it may well be more eerie now than it was then. Brr! You take a mood away from this movie. It's haunting. You look at the people involved, and you think, you know, how much does it take to turn me into one of them, if it can do it to Sharon and Randy? And Angie, let us not forget her. You see Sharon go from being a skank who has anonymous sex in skeezy hotel rooms to being the sort of person Ned Flanders would be a little weirded out by. One does not doubt the sincerity of their conversions, but one is a little startled by their speed. Randy suddenly says, "You know, I've always felt I was supposed to be part of something important," and then boom, they're seriously scary religious types. And I mean, I am a religious type, and my mom is, albeit a different religious type, and so forth, so it takes a lot to scare me in that vein. But these people manage it. Then again, they say no one's faith is so strong as that of a convert. I think, without giving too much of the ending away, that it is God who is found wanting in the end. Sharon does everything she is expected to do, follows every commandment. And yet God cannot take that as the declaration He seems to expect. She must say the words, despite the fact that any God worth worshiping ought to be able to read them in her heart. In the end, Sharon has lost everything that has ever mattered to her, both the secular and the divine. There is nothing left, and she has been brought to that place by God. Though there is also a school that holds that it's all a hallucination brought on by God's failure in one pivotal moment.
Erik F (kr) wrote: "Are you dancing or farting?" Actual quote. Need I say more?
Andrew S (br) wrote: Amazingly accurate pre-moon landing film about a moon landing. Very well done. I also recommend the Steve Smith version "Constipation Moon"
Michal G (jp) wrote: mais? pourquoi c'est si mal amen?
Kyle M (jp) wrote: Hard to review, but the film's really good and was well made providing good sights of the ocean and the waves. (B+)(Full review coming soon - with better wording)
Nick P (de) wrote: Perfect cast, perfect score, perfect plot, perfect direction. Absolutely perfect film.
Anthony I (nl) wrote: I thought that I would really dig the first movie by Guy Ritchie. I heard many good things. But overall, I don't know what to think of it. It's in a grey area between good and bad, and I don't think it was all so watchable. There are brilliant scenes in the movie, especially the beginning, and the very last scene of the film. A few of the action sequences are top-notch, and very exciting. But the characters are cookie cutter, and the plot is generic. The fact that people compare this to Tarantino is not right. He would do more with this material than what is done here. Not saying it's a bad movie, but I'm just not crazy about it. By the way, the movie can be really hard to understand at times due to the use of Cockney, or to make it quite simple, the British version of Jive. I may have missed half the plot trying to decipher what was said from each character. Hmmmm, I hope my critique isn't uncalled for then.
Linda M (ru) wrote: Good war movie, even if John Wayne is in it.
amber l (es) wrote: this movie is real life. it's funny how people say this movie goes to far. I have witnessed it in my own neighborhood. The cops will stand outside and take everything out in the front lawn until everything is out. I live in a nice neighborhood and Florida and this DOES happen. great movie!!