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  • Summary: Bill and Ted are killed by their evil twins -- robot agents from the future -- and find themselves transported to the fiery depths below. They gamble with the Grim Reaper and end up traveling through heaven to find a great scientist to help them blow their evil twins to smithereens. (MGM)
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  1. Positive: 5 out of 10
  2. Negative: 1 out of 10
  1. 90
    There's nothing bogus about this locomotivated follow-up; it's a truly excellent adventure, hilariously inventive, greased-lightning paced and dumb-bunny brilliant.
  2. A most excellent sequel, funnier and livelier than the original.
  3. Reviewed by: Lloyd Bradley
    80
    One of the most worthwhile sequels of recent years, maybe funnier than the original as it intelligently expands the potential for the surreal and it ties up all the loose ends managing, quite remarkably, to give pointlessness a purpose.
  4. Amusing but sloppy and overcomplicated.
  5. Reviewed by: Staff (Not credited)
    50
    These guileless airheads with the outrageous vocabulary are obviously a beloved creation, and filmmakers might have gotten more mileage if they'd rooted their adventure a bit more in reality.
  6. If any character steals Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey, it's the Grim Reaper, who, as played by William Sadler, keeps smirking with pleasure at the chance to loosen up.
  7. 30
    Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey isn't much of a trip. In a word...NOT!!!

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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 1 out of 1
  2. Mixed: 0 out of 1
  3. Negative: 0 out of 1
  1. PatC.
    Feb 15, 2007
    6
    The boys return intact for another adventure. Creative in spots (Death is good), but it's just not the compelling presentation its The boys return intact for another adventure. Creative in spots (Death is good), but it's just not the compelling presentation its predecessor was. Collapse

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