The references to that movie were used so frequently, it was almost becoming a new language spoken by everyone under 20. The films only let down is Christopher Walken's one dimensional acting. These days, you can easily see that hundreds thousands of people seeking free Wayne's World movie and watch it on their sweat property with internet connection. This time they are opposed by the brilliance of Christopher Walken who, as usual, plays his part to a tee. There are many examples where a sequel has been utter rubbish and it is rare that a sequel can match up to its original, even if it is a good film. It's extremely hard to put into words, but the first one just had a fun, hilarious, intimate feel about it that people could relate to.
A very good, funny film that does justice to the great original Wayne's World 2 does have a lot of memorable scenes and probably the best parts are when there taking a scene off of Jurassic Park, when Garth and Kim Basinger are about to make love, and when Christpher Walken is chasing Wayne and Garth after they were spying on Casandra and him. I think this is one of Mike Myers best ever films and probably the funniest he's ever been in. Although sometimes I do want the story to just move on. I think it the music here is excellent. Of course a sequel will be made, and then the goal is keeping the material fresh, and finding new things for your characters to do. Its aimless plot and exaggerated humor are cute, without ever transcending that barrier into maudlin sentiment. It still makes for an enjoyable hour and a half but it's missing the indefinable spark that made the original stand out.
As you might expect, he quickly finds himself in over his head. Wayne's World el mundo de Wayne 1 El mundo de Wayne Bienvenidos a Cartelmovies. Also a funny cameo from James Hong as her father. I thought Wayne's World 2 was much funnier than the first one. Description Wayne is back, this time trying to organize a rock festival with help from friend Garth and the spirit of Jim Morrison Doors.
Wayne falls for a bass guitarist and uses his and Garth's Video contacts to help her career along, knowing that Ben Oliver, the sleazy advertising guy who is ruining their show will probably take her away from him if they fail. Every scene from the Village People spoof to the scenes with Jim Morrisson and the naked indian to anything involving Garth and Honey Hornee bodacious Kim Basinger and the scene were Wayne fights with Cassandra's father the movie's highlight were just hilarious. This is a fun sequel that should be given a fair chance. Chris Farley, I'd have to say was absolutely hilarious as he usually is in most of his film like Billy Madison and Black Sheep. A love interest is tossed to Wayne in the form of Cassandra Tia Carerre , in triangular form due to the attention paid to her by Kane as well as Wayne.
Everything from product placements, to gratuitous sex, to lame plot devices were lampooned. There are many highlights here but you've got to give a lot of credit to the two leads. This movie is very funny and has fantastic cameos. The plot of setting up a festival does not have the power of that of the original and I was not crazy with the Jim Morrison character. They even go off and do one for 'Jurassic Park'.
I know that many people have a real hate on for Mike Meyers which I don't particularly understand. Many sight gags, many good lines, and probably all quotable, this movie like Myers' Austin Powers belongs in a place in comedy film history. A fantastic film full of great jokes and if you don't laugh, you can't be human. All the other characters from the original reunite for this good sequel. The part that stands out in this that i loved is when Wayne and Cassandra's father fight. While there aren't quite as many memorable moments as the first film, overall I think this is a rare case where a rushed sequel is every bit as funny as the original. They championed amateurism, paraded self-affecting humor, and became worshiped for telling everyone they weren't worthy.
Their characters are usually the annoying types that you see in movies but the actors manage to make them incredibly likable, funny and at times adorable. However, I think that the main problem with the movie is that these scenes are sprinkled throughout a story that just plain isn't that interesting. Then, it became much like a really eccentric person you befriend who quickly goes from being interesting -- to just plain annoying. The jokes are much better as is the storyline which is unusual for a sequel. In order to prove his own worth, Wayne decides to throw a huge outdoor music festival to apparently make things right with the world again. Though not publicized as much as the other quotables from the movie, my personal favorite scene was when Wayne and Garth were each laying on parked cars, and Garth starts whistling the closing theme from Star Trek.
It truly is fast, simple, free and best of all to attempt. One of the true comedy classics of our time. The best friends host a cable access show in Aurora, Illinois, also sharing the skit's title. Everyone sees things differently for their own perspective. Anyone who has seen the Wayne's World and Austin Powers series would have to agree: brilliant, hilarious movies made into painfully contrived sequels. After the huge success of Wayne's World, it was pretty obvious that they could go for another round. Part of the reason the movie succeeds is because it has one of the greatest casts in movie history with appearances by Christopher Walken, Heather Locklear, Bob Odenkirk, Robert Smigel, Kevin Pollak, Kim Basinger, Chris Farley, Drew Barrymore, Ted McGinley, Tim Meadows, Jay Leno, Charlton Heston, Ed O'Neill, and Aerosmith.
Cuando un importante ejecutivo de la televisión ofrece a los alocados y poco convencionales Wayne y a Garth un jugoso contrato para hacer en su cadena su peculiar show nocturno, ambos no pueden dar crédito a su suerte. Two complete geeks had fun acting as themselves, and became celebrated in the process. Life gets interesting when Wayne must rush from the concert to try and stop the wedding. In my opinion, the pop culture icon known as Wayne's World, marked the end of the fun, good times, partying and close friendships of the '80s. After having a dream where he speaks to Jim Morrison about doing something with his life, Wayne goes about organizing a music festival.