In the small town of San Dimas, a few miles away from Los Angeles, there are two nearly brain dead teenage boys going by the names of Bill S, Preston ESQ. and Ted Theodore Logan, they have a dream together of starting their own rock and roll band called the "Wyld Stallyns". Unfortunately, they are still in high school and on the verge of failing out of their school as well, and if they do not pass their upcoming history report, they will be separated as a result of Ted's father sending him to military school. But, what Bill and Ted do not know is that they must stay together to save the future. So, a man from the future named Rufus came to help them pass their report. So, both Bill and Ted decided to gather up historical figures which they need for their report. They are hoping that this will help them pass their report so they can stay together.
Joe G (ru) wrote: Touching, heartfelt, and believable.
Michael C (es) wrote: I don't understand peoples think for its time or was inspirational . It pick up on a bad point in American school system which is stell present and showed with the power of good thinking it can be over come. I understand Looking back as a old film some acting is questionable but for its time it was well a head not only pointing put a problem but pointing out the flaws in the system showing its wasn't just a bad environment but a lack of caring. Rant over thanks.I also welcome feedback
Linus M (ca) wrote: made me cry. seriously. this is a very important and gritty look at violence, out of touch youth and neo-nazi presence in Paris slums.
Takeisha T (ca) wrote: love this movie???????????????
Leonard D (ca) wrote: I don't know if I'd last a minute in boot camp if Clint Eastwood was my drill instructor, but I really like getting pushed to the physical limits of PT!
Cai C (kr) wrote: This movie was just too boring and was just about dumbness.
Andrew L (jp) wrote: It has it's moments of humor and Thompson's brilliant mind but it's fails at just making a general impact on the screen. Murray has some good moments but ultimately doesn't help the film. Watch "Fear and Loathing In Las Vegas" for the best of Hunter S. Thompson and watch this one if you want to, but if Thompson didn't like it that should be a clear sign to steer away.
Private U (jp) wrote: Bland sequel to THE VAMPIRE LOVERS lacks that films nightmare/fairy tale quality. Yutte Stensgaard is cute, but a poor replacement for Ingrid Pitt, and Mike Raven proves why he never became the horror star he wanted to be. The weak link in Hammer's otherwise fascinating trilogy. (Followed by TWINS OF EVIL).
Jochen W (ag) wrote: Diese Huser sind Fallen (I): In Vincente Minnellis epischem Melodram drohen zwei Halbbr 1/4der an der Last ihrer Familiengeschichte und den S 1/4nden ihres Vaters, eines 1/4berlebensgroen Patriarchen und Grogrundbesitzers, zugrunde zu gehen. Der melancholische Zgerer trifft hier auf den lakonischen Tatmenschen, und alles endet in absehbarer (aber clever herbeikonstruierter) Tragik. Gro ist Minnellis Film in der Beschreibung der amerikanischen Heimsttten als Hllenkreise, die den etwas weichlichen, zunehmend todess 1/4chtigen George Hamilton mehr und mehr aufsaugen und verschlingen. "Rotten parents & rotten homes", so lautet das eigentliche Thema von HOME FROM THE HILL, der auf eigent 1/4mliche Art zwischen Sirk und Stevens zu verorten wre, und das ist universal.
Jeff B (ca) wrote: I watched the first part a couple of months ago so I finally got around to watching the second part. Just like the first part, it's sort of hard to follow the actual plot because it's filled with Russian history and there are so many charaters and titles that people hold. And even the good guys have evil glares so at times it was difficult to tell who was good and who was bad. But this is just a feast for the eyes, all of amazing costumes and sets, and of course the awesome Eisenstein look. And man, the color sequences near the end were very cool, I wish the whole film was in color. Great ending. Really check this one out of you wanna see some great filmmaking.
Jt H (ca) wrote: With very little plot, and characters that don't connect with each other, the only interesting part of Resident Evil: Retrobution are the effects. (Not that we haven't seen anything more impressive either.)
Jesse F (kr) wrote: For me it was a surprising treat of nostalgia. A worthy tribute to the slasher genre (especially Friday the 13th).