There’s something endearing about these two idiots. The idea that a utopia could be created because of some stupid but kind brother wearing stupid outfits is the happiest thing I can think of right now. I just love the idea that imperfect, rich, intelligent, or articulate people can create a peaceful world. Of course, they have some adventures to go on before they do.
The death of William Sadler is one of my all time favorite characters. He appears in his traditional form, with a scythe, hood, and pale face. He challenges the boys to a game for their souls. What do they choose? There is no strategy game here. No deep puzzles or deep thinking. They give Death a melvin (jump his panties into the crack in his ass, in case you’re not familiar with the term) and challenge him to party games like Clue and Twister.
All the adventures they go through include a trip to heaven, where God sends them to meet the Stations; the aliens look like they’re rejecting a parody of “Lord of the Rings” or something, who just say “Station”. Groot has nothing on these men, who also play musical instruments, because of course they have.
Listen, I don’t recommend this if you’re more likely to watch art house than “What We Do in the Shadows”. However, if you enjoyed the latter or need to decompress after watching something dark and depressing, this will delight you. I mean, Primus shows up in Battle of the Bands. Jim Martin, Faith No More’s lead guitarist at the time, was introduced as “Sir James Martin, head of the Faith No More Center for Theology and Spirituality.”
Let’s enjoy the stupidity and be excellent together.
https://www.slashfilm.com/1010447/the-daily-stream-bill-teds-bogus-journey-is-the-best-kind-of-stupid/ Bill & Ted’s Bogus Journey Is The Dumbest