Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure is still a great time traveling comedy with a small twist; instead of changing the past they’re trying to learn from it. Loved it!
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Lessons Learned from Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure
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Sky: Follow your dreams.
- Others may poo-poo your ideas or try to steer you their way, but screw that. Do what speaks to you and be happy in life.
Dusty: Think outside the box.
- Instead of just regurgitating ideas, their idea of having historical dudes do your work for you.
What’s up with that halter-top, Bill?
Sky: Discipline is good.
- Ted didn’t want military school (who does?) but young people crave discipline even if they don’t know it. Rules and boundaries are good, and being forced to do things healthy for you like chores or exercise are good. Zero gravity environments cause muscles to deteriorate.
Dusty: Be stealth.
- Have stealth when you are trying to sneak into a castle to spend time with some princess babes.
Historical dudes chillin’ at the mall.
Sky: Never leave a historical dude alone without supervision!
- Napoleon with his little-man-complex shouldn’t have been left with a 12 year old babysitter.
Dusty: Teach your kids well.
- You’re training them to be productive adults.
George Carlin was fantastic.
Rotten Tomatoes scores:
- The Audience: 75%
- The Critics: 79%
- A from Sky
- B+ from Dusty
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