251. Wayne’s World (1992)

7.2 Moronic fun
  • Acting 7.5
  • Directing 7.5
  • Story 6.7
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Starring: Mike Myers, Dana Carvery, Rob Lowe

Director: Penelope Spheeris

Running Time: 94 mins

Wayne’s World is an American film about two young men who make an idiotic TV show in their basement, and are bought by a large television company, however with the new requests to change their show, one decides enough is enough.

This film was very funny. It was extremely moronic, but the farce was just right, and very entertaining. The problem is, it had no story at all, which made it a little more boring to watch in my opinion, so that was a little disappointing.

All of the characters in this film were hilarious. Wayne and Garth’s innocence towards the big-budget world of television was very funny to see, as they tried to pretend that they were the big dogs, and they were the most popular people on the telly.

Also, it was fun to Rob Lowe, as usual, playing the cool, suave, yet evil man, who takes the girl away from the protagonist, and has no mercy whatsoever to him, despite him being a nice guy.

Overall, I’ll give this 7.2, because although it was cheesy, moronic, and had a poor story, it was a very funny film to watch!


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