Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey
Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey is a 1991 American science fiction comedy film, and the feature directorial debut of Pete Hewitt. It is the second film in the Bill & Ted franchise, and a sequel to Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure (1989). Keanu Reeves, Alex Winter and George Carlin reprise their roles. The film, which partially spoofs The Seventh Seal, received mixed reviews from critics and made slightly less money than its predecessor, but has since gained a cult following.
The music of Wyld Stallyns has created a utopian future society. In the year 2691, former gym teacher turned terrorist Chuck De Nomolos attacks the Bill & Ted University and steals a time-traveling phone booth, intending to alter the history of what he considers to be a foolish and frivolous society by sending evil robot replicas of Bill and Ted back to the late 20th century to prevent the originals from winning the San Dimas Battle of the Bands. Rufus attempts to stop De Nomolos but seemingly becomes lost in the circuits of time.
|author||Chris Matheson Ed Solomon|
|contentLocation||Bill & Ted University San Dimas|
|events||afterlife rock music time travel|
|genre||adventure comedy fantasy science fiction|
|keywords||20th century arrest back in time back to life battle of the bands battleship beat broadcast builders emporium capture chuck d cluedo create death electric football evil robot force kill live feed mar melvin phone booth prize money record deal séance soul train universe vasquez rocks wedgie win|
|productionCompany||Interscope Communications Nelson Entertainment|
|publisher||BBFC Columbia Pictures Orion Pictures|
|recordedAt||The Japanese Garden Tillman Water Reclamation Plant|
|theme||buddy comedy extraterrestrial life ghost independent parody road movie science fantasy sequel time|