I always think it's funny when people refer to them as stoners or say B+T is a stoner comedy.They were never stoners apparently. Reeves himself recently said this.
They were never stoners apparently. Reeves himself recently said this.
True, he was one of the busiest directors of commercials around for quite some time. He came to the UK to do quite a lot of work over here too."Hardly done anything"?!? Sir, Mr. Winter has been very busy as a director of documentaries and commercials.
Fury Road was a story set in the Mad Max universe with Max playing a reasonably significant part even if it wasn't the main part. This is a Bill and Ted movie with their daughters playing a reasonably significant part but Bill and Ted are still the main characters.6 is accurate for me - fun and enjoyable in a nostalgic kind of way, but not 'good' by any reasonable measure.
Agree with the main characters being sidelined element - much like when I watched Mad Max: Fury Road for the first time, my gut reaction afterwards was that it should have been called 'Furiosa Road (also starring a character called Max)'
This should have been titled Bill & Ted face the Woke
I've heard the writer himself speak on this about this and I feel that he is being a little disingenuous. While the writer may not have written with TLJ/GB2000/Dark Fate mindset, others involved in the project plainly were. I do agree with @xar about the vibe. This was a flimsy fun film whose performances by Reeves, Winters and others just about pushes the film the right side of an obvious failed coup attempt. If the other films had a little more heart and less overt mean spiritedness, I might have felt the same way about them too.That is such a tiresome and pointless term, and for what it's worth, the writer disagrees -
dont think i could be arsed to go to the cinema to watch an 80 minute movie, i want my moneys worth. 2 hours plus at least. In the US it had a Cinema release as well as a streaming rental/purchase option.
Loved the 1st. the second was a turd. 3 looks dire.