Popular Broadway actor Gary Johnston is recruited by the elite counter-terrorism organization Team America: World Police. As the world begins to crumble around him, he must battle with terrorists, celebrities and falling in love.
Wayne is back, this time trying to organize a rock festival with help from friend Garth and the spirit of Jim Morrison (Doors). Meanwhile, his girlfriend's manager is busy trying to woo her away from Wayne and move her to LA. Life gets interesting when Wayne must rush from the concert to try and stop the wedding. Aerosmith are featured at the concert. Written by
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When Wayne gets off the phone with Jeff Wong, the last thing Wayne says is "Chi soh hai bin do ah", as if it were a way of saying "Goodbye". However, this is actually Cantonese for "Where is the toilet?" See more »
When Wayne is driving away in the sports car after the glass/chicken/melon crash, he drives past a sign that says "Santa Barbara". Santa Barbara is in southern California, many hundreds of miles from Aurora, Illinois, and would not be signposted that far away, showing that the film is being shot in California rather than Illinois.
The scene is a shot-for-shot homage of the ending scene from 'The Graduate' in which Dustin Hoffman takes the Santa Barbara freeway exit in a similar vehicle just before stopping at the same service station. See more »
You know, I haven't seen Garth in a while. What's he up to?
Oh, Garth's doing his laundry.
Too bad he doesn't have a girlfriend to do HIS laundry.
Oh yeah; thanks for doing my laundry. Hey Cassandra, how do you get my clothes so white and fresh-smelling?
It's an age-old Cantonese family method that very few people know about.
Ahh... Wait a minute... Calgon? Ancient Chinese secret, huh?
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When you see all the crowd jumping up an down, look very closely and you can see Wayne and Cassandra hopping with the audience. See more »
One of the few sequels that is better than the original!
One of the biggest hits of 1992, the original WAYNE'S WORLD is a definite classic and is one of the funniest movies of 1990's, but I am not a big fan of sequels so I tried to avoid watching WAYNE'S WORLD 2 for a while. Eventually, I finally got around to watching WAYNE'S WORLD 2 and found it to be surprisingly better than the original. Part of the reason the movie succeeds is because it has one of the greatest casts in movie history with appearances by Christopher Walken, Heather Locklear, Bob Odenkirk, Robert Smigel, Kevin Pollak, Kim Basinger, Chris Farley, Drew Barrymore, Ted McGinley, Tim Meadows, Jay Leno, Charlton Heston, Ed O'Neill, and Aerosmith. I'm not saying that a good cast automatically makes a movie great, but in this case, it certainly helps.
The gags in WAYNE'S WORLD 2 are definitely more random and bizarre than the ones in the original, making it even more fun than I expected it to be. Some of these random jokes don't work as well as they should, though overall it's still a hilarious movie that is good to watch with your friends. ***1/2
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