Brando’s Review of Bill & Ted Face The Music
Bill & Ted are back in the third (and hopefully final) installment of the movie franchise that didn’t even really need a sequel. Honestly, I’m not going to put too much thought into this review, because I’m a little butt hurt after spending $19.99 to waste 1 hour 32 minutes of my time. The basic gist… Bill & Ted are now middle aged, struggling to make it big after falling from fame after the 2nd “Bogus Adventure.” They have two teenage daughters who are basically carbon copies of the titular characters. Bill & Ted are called to make a song to bring humanity, save the world and be excellent to each other. Blah blah blah… Don’t waste your time, this sad excuse of an attempt to make something that was once “OK” great again. Stop relying on nostalgia to make us all feel good. We need fresh material, and Keanu Reeves needs to stick to John Wick. The only redeeming factor was a robot named Dennis Caleb McCoy, played by a hilarious actor named Anthony Carrigan. He is an albino looking guy (probably is albino, google it) that you’d recognize as a Chechnyan mobster from the HBO series Barry starring Bill Hader and the beloved Henry Winkler. In fact, skip Bill & Ted Face The Music altogether and watch Barry on HBO. You’ll thank me later.