Lee, or El Duderino, if, you're not into the whole brevity thing’s review published on Letterboxd:
"Naw, just got a minor Oedipal complex."
This must be my third or fourth watch, but it's been at least three since my last trip to the past. As expected, Bill & Ted still holds up as a heartwarming easy watch that's just unfiltered fun. It's simple, barebones, but casually charming in its effortlessness. It's only 90min, but it really only feels like an hour. The mall sequence along with the Bill &...TEDtalk are always just a damn delight. Missy and Deacon better appear in the third film.
I completely forgot about Bill's step-mother only being a year or two older than the duo—they even went to high school at the same time.
PS: "SSSOOO-CRATES!" (Johnson)