Wayne's World 2

Wayne's World 2

A message from Jim Morrison in a dream prompts cable access TV stars Wayne and Garth to put on a rock concert, "Waynestock," with Aerosmith as headliners. But amid the preparations, Wayne frets that a record producer is putting the moves on his girlfriend, Cassandra, while Garth handles the advances of mega-babe Honey Hornee.

Wayne is back, this time trying to organize a rock festival with help from friend Garth and the spirit of Jim Morrison (Doors). Meanwhile, his girlfriend's manager is busy trying to woo her away from Wayne and move her to LA. Life gets interesting when Wayne must rush from the concert to try and stop the wedding. Aerosmith are featured at the concert. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Niklas S (es) wrote: How can you not be facinated with the great storyteller Spalding Gray. If you don't know anything about him then pick up a book or a movie that he's written.

Private U (es) wrote: An eye opener to the 'drug world' and that we need to be careful of what we take. Katherine played her character very well.

Paul O (it) wrote: Very Good Documentary on Jew and Gays in Nazi.I do say if you don't have your napkins near you going to cry hard.

Christopher N (it) wrote: bad and fun to laugh at

Christy P (ru) wrote: Too many genres going on here. Not taut enough to really interest anyone but pre-teens, and too clouded in perspective to be any good for them. Recipe for misunderstanding of the issues.

Sam M (jp) wrote: Pretty clever, even effects-wise.

Jeff B (ca) wrote: When you reach a line like "Glory be to the Bomb, and to the Holy Fallout. As it was in the beginning, is now, and ever shall be. World without end. Amen" it's pretty much over, isn't it?. Why would humans who bombed themselves into near oblivion be worshiping the very thing that helped get them there? I'm also wondering how these humans who have advanced to the acquisition of great telepathic powers never moved to the surface. I guess fresh air and sunlight just never interested them that much. Sure, there was atomic fallout and they've got the face burn to prove it, but since they'd survived, why not go above ground? Also, how had they transformed into gazing, telepathic zombies from murdering humans in just a few short years (see Battle for the Planet of the Apes). They also did a real nice job cleaning up that burnt out hell hole as well. But at the same time, these advanced humans have no clue that the bomb they've got will destroy the world; nevertheless, some sub-humans from the 20th century have it all sussed. And had life really gotten so bad that these zombies had to terminate the planet they lived on? I'd seek some therapy first. You know, clean slate and all? Finally, there's really just not much to hold interest for the average viewer here. The story line is very weak and characters lack any depth whatsoever. For me, this is the worst of the five original films. You only need to watch this if you want continuity. As a stand alone movie, almost a complete waste of time.

Nathan R (br) wrote: Spoiler Alert:It was just another zombie movie. Yeah. Can't get enough of those damn zombies, can you, Hollywood?Once this movie finished and the credits roll, you realize just how many "leads" were incredibly pointless and didn't tell you anything whatsoever. So many "red herrings" and none of them go anywhere. I mean, I guess that's the point of a red herring, but they make certain objects and characters to be or to have mysterious aspects, when they were only background objects meant to keep you hooked. It was SUCH a disappointment, that just calling it a disappointment is being generous to it.Like I said, this was just another zombie film, exactly identical to the millions of movies it heavily borrows from. The "plot" started out intriguing enough (a man waking up in a mass grave with no memory), but then you start to understand that it's just like all of those other "I woke up with amnesia and now I have to find out who is a hero and who is an enemy" films. Which would be almost fine if it wasn't a waste of time.Some of the acting was acceptable, but the characters, with or without memory loss, were ignorant. You rooted from them to die. And they were supposed to be scientists?Avoid it. It sucks.

John B (mx) wrote: The poor man's version of Goodbye Mr. Chips is good. It just isn't great and with Chips around, who needs this film. Dreyfuss makes the most of it but I would have hoped that the talented people involved might have done something more original.

Phillip S (br) wrote: It's kind of like an Australian version of "Deliverance," minus the sodomy.