Discussion in 'Misc. Films' started by Paroxysm, Sep 24, 2010.
He doesnt. He does seem pretty onboard with the idea of it though.. so thats a start.
'Bill & Ted' at 30: Keanu Reeves, Alex Winter on How 'Excellent Adventure' Nearly Fell Apart
0k, I haven't seen the previous 2 movies. Should I??
I just watched the trailer of the 1st movie. It certainly looks excellent!
Edit: I already liked the trailer but the comments section has a lot of posts that says the movie is much better than what the trailer suggests. Huh.
^^ yes! they're both a blast, but i think the first is definitely the best.
Definitely watch the first one. It's an 80s classic! The second one isn't nearly as good but it's worth a watch.
Yay for 2020.
Love both and a third would be very welcome.
Oh yes count me on board for this!
my body is not ready for this!
Because of the video from today, I just finished watching the first two movies as it had been a while and to celebrate this news!
The first one is great. The second one is good, although not as great as the first one. William Sadler steals the second movie by far.
I am curious as to see what they plan on doing with Rufus.
Probably have a picture or a statue of him.
I will wonder if we get any rock cameos from any rock stars or any rap cameos from rappers in this film
Eddie Van Halen definitely need his cameo!
I'm all good with that or even Metallica
So I’ve never seen these movies before, and decided to put on Excellent Adventure tonight. I can’t believe I’ve never seen these before. The first one is great. I still haven’t watched the second.
My advice is don’t expect the same kind of adventure in the second or you’ll be disappointed. It’s a good funny movie. Not as great as the original, but not as bad as it was originally received when first released.
Well I’m putting on the second now, so don’t know if back to back will help or hurt it.
EDIT: 5 minutes in and this future is way worse than the first.
Psh, Bogus Journey rules. You're all high.
Keanu Reeves Pitches Another ‘Speed’ With Sandra Bullock
They were actually approached by the writers about eight years ago.
“We worked on some drafts together,” Reeves remembered. But then the project fell apart when “it went through the shenanigans of show business rights and deals and stuff.”
But now it’s ready to go with director Dean Parisot, although it sounds like they could use more financing.
“We got some dough — not a lot, not enough,” Reeves said. “We don’t have enough money. … It’s a very ambitious story.”
they could actually do it.