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wheres the play button!

fix it so it works

Yet another movie with dead links/links to crappy host sites

Man I love Mike Myer. Sparks fly when obscure, scholarly, high-brow rants fly out of nowhere. Peddles the "Bill and Ted" stoner, buddy-movie angle with recticious aplomb. I even have the book! ooooohhhh!
Hilarious! Best Mike Myers film yet, though Dana Carvey did the best! Wayne's World! Wayne's World! Party time! Exellent!

Both of these movies were ok. I slightly preferred the first one (which I'm sure I saw when I was younger too), as it made me laugh a few times more. I'm not holding it against it, but ARRGGGHH to WW2 for spoofing one of my FAVORITE movies EVER and one of my FAVORITE SCENES EVER (The Graduate - wedding scene - plus the music).

I'll take Austin Powers instead please.
I grew up with this movie, and I never really relized how funny if was.
A.I. Artificial Intelligence
Starring: Haley Joel Osment, Frances O'Connor, Sam Robards, Jude Law, William Hurt, Ken Leung, and Clark Gregg.
Written and Directed by Steven Spielberg.
Rated PG-13 (for some sexual content and violent images).
Running time approximately 2 hours 25 minutes.

Never again. Ack

This film is pure trash. Baby: Secret of the Lost Legend, I imagine, crawled its way to theatres from beneath a rock somewhere. I can;t imagine how any studiohead in his or her right or wrong mind could have released this crap. The film is devoid of character, plot and anything else that one might find engaging. All we are offered is a slightly cute plastic dinosaur and some truly heinous special effects. ACK! 1/2* (out of ****) D-

Wayne's World shows off everything that makes Mike Myers and Dana Carvey so great, and just as much of what makes them so horribly annoying. Both are good enough character actors to turn their roles here into mildly iconic pieces of comedy history, but they're also both notorious for their ill-advised Robin Williams style of throwing everything at the wall and seeing what sticks. There's some really funny stuff scattered throughout, mostly in the way Myers plays with the movie form itself like some sort of junior Douglas Adams... my favorite part is when Wayne and Garth stumble upon Chris Farley as a security guard and point out to the viewer the unnecessary amount of seemingly extraneous information he spouts out, which takes at least an hour to pay off when they use the info to guide the movie to the big climax. There's an element of fun watching these kids in their big movie sandbox, but it's dopey, satiric-but-not-really celebration of bad rock music, vomit, and excessive camera-mugging gets pretty trying (although if we're keeping really specific score, Garth takes a lot longer to get sick of than Wayne). But the movie's main crime, that nearly makes all of its big laughs irrelevant, is just what a shitty movie it is. Tia Carrere and Rob Lowe make for an embarassingly weak subplot, with Carrere doing an especially shitty take on the requisite romantic interest. When the movie actually attempts to build up steam with its lazy, horrible shell of a plot, it gets nauseatingly mediocre, and leaves you with a handful of cheap laughs and a terrifying hint at what was to come with Shrek and Master of Disguise.

Special side note; Once when I was about 12 I came upon two older dudes who looked and acted exactly like Wayne and Garth in every way. They played (and riffed on) Cruis'n USA for about an hour, playing as the schoolbus and shouting things like "There goes little Timmy!" when they crashed. I've always wondered if they were the inspiration for the movie, or if they changed their personas to match. But what are the odds that two young rocker dorks, one brunette and one blonde, would grow out their hair and take on the accents of recurring sketch show characters? Ehhh, pretty good I guess.
One of the funniest movies I've ever seen and one of the few that succeeds in being "stupid-funny".
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