le 5 février 2011
Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey is a sequel that is suprisingly entertaining and is a good mix of comedy and science fiction. Bill is played by Alex Winter and Ted is played by Keanu Reeves. Many know Alex Winter from the "The Lost Boys" film (a great vampire movie by the way). Keanu Reeves is widely known for the "Matrix films". This movie centers around Bill and Ted's journeys through the afterlife via the means of a time travel phone booth and doing battle with the robots that are the more mischevious versions of themselves. They also end up having to simultaneously deal with the tasks of saving their partners(who they met when traveling to the 15th century time period) and the world at the same time. Along their journey they encounter the grim reaper (played by William Thomas Sadler), recieve help to accomplish their mission from fellow time traveler Rufus (played by George Carlin), and save the world from a man named De NoMolos who wants to rule the world and utilize the time travel medium for scandalous aims (played by English actor Joss Ackland). The movie involves Bill and Ted alternating between the 1990's time period, the realms of the afterlife, and the future time period of 2691. I admit that part of the reason why I enjoyed this movie is because Keanu Reeves is one of the actors I admire. However,both Alex Winter and Keanu Reeves gave good performances as Bill and Ted. I read online that there may be another sequel to this movie to come out in the future. I admit that I am going to watch the future sequel if it is released because Bill and Ted's bogus journey is very funny. This is the type of movie to watch if you are looking for something to make you laugh. I know that this movie was purely entertainment and fictional but this movie makes it fun to imagine the possibilities of if a time travel medium was to ever exist. I have always been very lucky in my life, and I do believe that a person has the power to create their future however they want regardless of what happened in the past. However, this movie also made me think of the positive possibilities of what would happen if a time travel machine was ever made for journeying back and forth between time to change some events in my own life (that I had the power to do differently, and would only bring joyful benefit for myself and others). This movie has definitely piqued my interest to eventually see more time travel themed movies. I would say to definitely see this movie if you have an interest in Keanu Reeves, Alex Winter, comedy that puts a smile on your face, and/or the concept of time travel.