Caleb Rentz’s review published on Letterboxd:
Overall, I would say that this film is pretty good, funny, and entertaining. I feel, but can’t say exactly, that it highlights a lot of cultural settings from the 80’s in this film. For example, the way they dress and the type of music they play; in fact they kind of use the music jokingly and let it help guide the story. One actor in particular that I liked was Keanu Reeves, who plays Ted, because Keanu was able to, in my opinion, act like how teens act. My favorite scene in this film, is when Ted and Bill meet each other and they explain what will happen but then later on the same thing happens, but from the opposite perspective. I feel that this was very creative and a lot of really funny jokes came from this part. I would give Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure a B, because it is very entertaining and will probably be remembered for years, but it is definitely not a huge work of art.