Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey

Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey
History and the world are once again at stake when evil robots Bill and Ted are sent from the future to kill present day Bill and Ted. After finding their demise from a cliff fall, Bill and Ted must outwit Death and travel through Heaven and Hell to return to the land of the living, save their girlfriends and find never ending notoriety by winning the coveted Battle of the Bands. Here are a few movie mistakes to look for while watching “Bill & Ted’s Bogus Journey”.

· Bill and Ted are empty handed when they land on a rock in Hell. When the rock is being dragged toward Satan, the duo falls on their back. A farther, overhead view shows Bill is now holding a hammer in his left hand while Ted is holding a stick in his right hand. The hammer and stick are gone for the rest of the scene.

· While trying to outwit Death, Bill and Ted challenge him to a game of Twister. Bill’s left hand is on a red circle while his right hand is on a blue circle. Death then must move his right foot to a green circle. In the close-up, when Death movies his foot, Bill’s arms are crossed with his left hand on a blue circle and his right on a red circle.

· Evil Bill and Ted go to see Elizabeth and Joanna. There are no clothes in front of the sofa. But, when “Evil Bill” is on the phone, there are clothes littering the floor in front of the sofa.

“Bill & Ted’s Bogus Journey” (1991) stars Keanu Reeves, Alex Winter, William Sadler, Pam Grier, George Carlin, Amy Stoch, Hal Landon Jr, Annette Azcuy, Sarah Trigger and Taj Mahal. It runs 93 minutes and is rated PG for frightening and intense scenes.

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