Bill & Ted Face the Music (2020) Full Movie

Bill & Ted Face the Music
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Bill & Ted Face the Music (2020) : Yet to fulfill their rock and roll destiny, the now middle-aged best friends Bill and Ted set out on a new adventure when a visitor from the future warns them that only their song can save life as we know it. Along the way, they are helped by their daughters, a new batch of historical figures and a few music legends—to seek the song that will set their world right and bring harmony to the universe.

Title Bill & Ted Face the Music (2020)
Release Date Aug 27, 2020
Genres , ,
Production Company FGM Entertainment, Bloom, Endeavor Content, Hammerstone Studios, Lakeview Entertainment, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, TinRes Entertainment, Orion Pictures, Many Rivers Productions
Production Countries United States of America
Casts Keanu Reeves, Alex Winter, Kristen Schaal, Samara Weaving, Brigette Lundy-Paine, William Sadler, Anthony Carrigan, Erinn Hayes, Jayma Mays, Hal Landon Jr., Beck Bennett
Plot Keywords guitar, time travel, music, sequel, father daughter relationship
Ted Logan
Ted Logan
Keanu Reeves
Bill S. Preston
Bill S. Preston
Alex Winter
Kelly
Kelly
Kristen Schaal
Thea Preston
Thea Preston
Samara Weaving
Billie Logan
Billie Logan
Brigette Lundy-Paine
Death
Death
William Sadler
Dennis Caleb McCoy
Dennis Caleb McCoy
Anthony Carrigan
Elizabeth
Elizabeth
Erinn Hayes
Joanna
Joanna
Jayma Mays
Captain Logan
Captain Logan
Hal Landon Jr.
Deacon Logan
Deacon Logan
Beck Bennett
Kid Cudi
Kid Cudi
Kid Cudi
Missy
Missy
Amy Stoch
The Great Leader
The Great Leader
Holland Taylor
Dr. Taylor Wood
Dr. Taylor Wood
Jillian Bell
Dave Grohl
Dave Grohl
Dave Grohl
Jimi Hendrix
Jimi Hendrix
DazMann Still
Louis Armstrong
Louis Armstrong
Jeremiah Craft
Ling Lun
Ling Lun
Sharon Gee
Grom
Grom
Patty Anne Miller
Rufus Hologram (archive footage)
Rufus Hologram (archive footage)
George Carlin
Voice of Rufus (voice)
Voice of Rufus (voice)
Piotr Michael
First Noble
First Noble
Shoshana Bean
Second Noble
Second Noble
Sharon K. London
Lead Scientist
Lead Scientist
Al Vicente
Jesus / Young Ted
Jesus / Young Ted
Jared Bankens
Stupid Demon
Stupid Demon
Ed Solomon
Ugly Demon
Ugly Demon
Chris Matheson
Head Technician
Head Technician
Kelly Carlin
Clete
Clete
Mickey Gooch Jr.
Young Bill
Young Bill
Billy Slaughter
Babe Ruth
Babe Ruth
Reece Loustalot
George Washington
George Washington
William E. Harris
Queen Elizabeth
Queen Elizabeth
Kimberly Stockton
Noble
Noble
Christian Scott
Cleopatra
Cleopatra
Bridget Andrews
Buddha
Buddha
Artis Burney
Renaissance Lady
Renaissance Lady
Gretchen Byers
Harriet Tubman
Harriet Tubman
Georgia Cohran
Roman Soldier
Roman Soldier
David Calloway
Roman Soldier
Roman Soldier
John Devilman
Female Celt
Female Celt
Bailie Duzaut
Gypsy
Gypsy
Andrea Garcia
Gypsy
Gypsy
Gabriel Derrick
Gypsy
Gypsy
Maddison Nicolosi
Flapper
Flapper
Kallie Glidewell
Pharaoh
Pharaoh
Xavier Leblanc
Elizabethan Nobleman
Elizabethan Nobleman
Joseph Martin
Josephine Baker
Josephine Baker
Kharismisa Morris
Gandhi
Gandhi
Ned Yousef
Indira Gandhi
Indira Gandhi
Eliana Ruiz
Kubla Khan
Kubla Khan
Tommie Wong
Amelia Earhart
Amelia Earhart
Lindy Ariff
Frida
Frida
Diana Barnes
Spanish Count
Spanish Count
Alberto Corrales
Native Chief
Native Chief
Scott Gelpi
Cellist
Cellist
Andrian Harabaru
Rifleman
Rifleman
Dylan Langlois
Hendrix Band Member
Hendrix Band Member
Nick Garrison
Noelle Redding
Noelle Redding
Jeff Pagano
Caveman
Caveman
Dijon Lodree
Caveman
Caveman
Jeremy Thomas
Cavewoman
Cavewoman
Alexis Long
Scientist
Scientist
Suzy Cole
Scientist
Scientist
Alex Halpern
Scientist
Scientist
Kierra Luv
Scientist
Scientist
Bill Prady
Caveman (uncredited)
Caveman (uncredited)
Nicolas Bosc
Mandolinist (uncredited)
Mandolinist (uncredited)
Patti Brindley
Mozart (uncredited)
Mozart (uncredited)
Daniel Dorr
Bartholomew (uncredited)
Bartholomew (uncredited)
Doug Gagnon
Tough Prisoner (uncredited)
Tough Prisoner (uncredited)
Gregory Hobson
Rest Home Resident (uncredited)
Rest Home Resident (uncredited)
Cynthia LeBlanc
Rest Home Resident (uncredited)
Rest Home Resident (uncredited)
Elton LeBlanc
Guitar Player (uncredited)
Guitar Player (uncredited)
Candice Richardson
Zenny (uncredited)
Zenny (uncredited)
Peter Wick
Himself (uncredited)
Himself (uncredited)
"Weird Al" Yankovic

Reviews

  • garethmb

    It has been 29 years since Bill (Alex Winter), and Ted (Keanu Reeves) took their Bogus Journey and after years of rumors and scripts; “Bill and Ted: Face the Music” has arrived. The film like many others had to contend with the Pandemic and opted for theatrical release where allowed and Video on Demand. Some chains have opted not to carry the film due to the simultaneous release on VOD but viewers can now see the film. Bill and Ted find themselves struggling to make Wyld Stallions a success as after starting out with a #1 hit; subsequent offerings were largely ignored by the public which caused them to slide further into mediocrity and have family suggesting that perhaps it is time to give music up and get real jobs. Their inept career has also caused tension with their Princess wives and they have gone to couples counseling although to the dismay of their therapists Bill and Ted insist that all four members take part at the same time. The only thing going well for the two are their daughters Thea (Samara Weaving), and Billie (Brigette Lundy-Paine) who truly are chips off the block and not only embrace their father’s offerings but are inseparable themselves. When a courier from the future (Kristen Schaal), arrives and takes Bill and Ted into the future they learn that they are in danger of failing their destiny as the Universe is falling apart and they have yet to write the song that will save the universe and have only 77 minutes to do so. The duo then decides to travel to the future in their old Phone Booth and take the song from their older versions. Naturally this does not go as planned and Bill and Ted find all sorts of disturbing versions of themselves and precious little to help them achieve their destiny. Sadly after the setup the film loses momentum fast and becomes a series of what new and crazy look and personas can Bill and Ted be put into with some very laborious pacing as it seems more like a series of improve sketches than a scripted film as scene after scene fail to go anywhere of note and joke after joke does not deliver. It almost became tedious watching the second half of the film. There was a killer robot thrown in but it did little to advance the story forward beyond being a token bad guy and becomes annoying as the film goes on. Thea and Billie take on the role of their dads from the first film and gather a collection of musicians from the past in order to back their dads but the entire finale falls flat. What really bothered me was that the film in many ways undermines the two prior films as it was clearly established that the music of Bill and Ted was their legacy; not one specific song and the way it is ultimately revealed is very underwhelming and reduces their significance. It was nice to see the duo back but sadly the film cannot build upon nor sustain the solid premise it establishes. In the end “Bill and Ted: Face the Music” has a few laughs and some fun nostalgia but disappoints and does not reach its potential. 2.5 stars out of 5 www.sknr.net

  • SWITCH.

    Like its message, 'Bill & Ted Face The Music' is for everyone. If you didn't watch or like the originals because they were “crude“ or “dumb“, while this movie still has those moments, it has been toned down. If you're a die-hard fan, this will fill your hunger for content as well as serve as a beautiful conclusion to the characters. Even if you've never seen the originals, I highly recommend it to everyone: it's rated PG so literally (while socially distancing) take the whole family, have an truly excellent and much-needed laugh, and enjoy the so totally rad music. Bill and Ted said it best: “Be excellent to each other and party on, dudes!“ - Chris dos Santos Read Chris' full article... https://www.maketheswitch.com.au/article/review-bill-and-ted-face-the-music-the-totally-excellent-most-bogus-return-of-80s-icons

  • Peter89Spencer

    While Bill and Ted haven't changed over the years, their daughters are just like them! This movie was just EXCELLENT! I mean, sure Reeves looked weird without his beard, but it was totally RAD to see him and Winter reprising their iconic roles. It really was just awesome. Made me feel all positive after. And the final scene...truly the greatest song ever performed! It just makes you forget about all the recent crap that happened this year. The most entertaining movie of 2020. *doing the iconic Bill & Ted pose*