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You'll laugh again! You'll cry again!! You'll hurl again!!!
The inseparable duo try to organize a rock concert while Wayne must fend off a record producer who has an eye for his girlfriend. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Mike Myers ... Wayne Campbell

Dana Carvey ... Garth Algar

Christopher Walken ... Bobby Cahn

Tia Carrere ... Cassandra Wong

Chris Farley ... Milton

Ralph Brown ... Del Preston

James Hong ... Jeff Wong

Rip Taylor ... Rip Taylor

Steven Tyler ... Steven Tyler - Aerosmith Singer

Joe Perry ... Joe Perry - Aerosmith Guitarist (as Joseph Perry)
Brad Whitford ... Brad Whitford- Aerosmith Guitarist
Tom Hamilton ... Tom Hamilton - Aerosmith Bassist (as Thomas Hamilton)

Joey Kramer ... Joey Kramer - Aerosmith Drummer (as Joseph Kramer)

Lee Tergesen ... Terry
Dan Bell ... Neil
Richard Epper ... Guy at Concert

Jenny McShane ... Girl at Concert (as Jennifer Miller)

Duke Valenti ... Security Guy
Benny Graham ... Security Guy

Gavin Grazer ... Scott

Googy Gress ... Gate Security Guy

Heather Locklear ... Heather Locklear

Bob Odenkirk ... Concert Nerd

Robert Smigel ... Concert Nerd

Larry Sellers ... Naked Indian

Michael A. Nickles ... Jim Morrison
Joe Liss ... Chicken Guy
Bobby Slayton ... Watermelon Guy

George Foster ... Lead Guitarist

Paul Raczkowski ... Recording Engineer
Frank DiLeo ... Frankie 'Mr. Big' Sharp
Sydney Coberly ... Mikita's Waitress

Kevin Pollak ... Jerry Segel (as Kevin Pollack)

Olivia d'Abo ... Betty Jo

Kim Basinger ... Honey Horneé
Ron Litman ... Tool Box DJ

Matthew Kenna ... Roadie

Sean Michael Guess ... Roadie

Drew Barrymore ... Bjergen Kjergen

Harry Shearer ... Handsome Dan

Ted McGinley ... Mr. Scream

Tim Meadows ... Sammy Davis, Jr.

Scott Coffey ... Heavy Metaller
Lance Edwards ... Heavy Metaller

Jay Leno ... Jay Leno

Al Hansen ... Bad Actor

Charlton Heston ... Good Actor
Bob Larkin ... Wedding Minister

Ed O'Neill ... Glen, Mikita's Manager
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
James Downey ... Jeff Wong (voice)
Jaime H. Campos ... Concert Rocker (uncredited)

Carlo Corazon ... Aerosmith Fan at the Concert (uncredited)

Priscilla Cory ... Pretty Brunette at Concert (uncredited)
Ryal Haakenson ... Wedding Guest (uncredited)
Nash Kato ... Musician exiting Limo (uncredited)
Bob Pepper ... Mosh-Pit Rocker (uncredited)

'Diamond' Tim Pleshaw ... Waynestock Fan (uncredited)
Stevie Rachelle ... Rocker (uncredited)
Gina Roland ... Hostess at Comrade's (uncredited)
Stephen Surjik ... Director (uncredited)

Shawn Wilson ... Security Guard (uncredited)
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Directed by
Stephen Surjik 
Writing credits
Mike Myers (characters)

Mike Myers (written by) and
Bonnie Turner (written by) &
Terry Turner (written by)

Produced by
Hawk Koch .... executive producer (as Howard W. Koch Jr.)
Lorne Michaels .... producer
Dinah Minot .... co-producer
Barnaby Thompson .... co-producer
Original Music by
Carter Burwell 
Cinematography by
Francis Kenny 
Film Editing by
Malcolm Campbell 
Casting by
Lora Kennedy 
Production Design by
Gregg Fonseca 
Art Direction by
Richard Toyon  (as Richard A. Yanez)
Set Decoration by
Jay Hart  (as Jay R. Hart)
Costume Design by
Melina Root 
Makeup Department
Courtney Carell .... makeup artist
Lynne K. Eagan .... key makeup artist
Kathrine Gordon .... hair stylist
Ora Green .... hair stylist (as Ora Tillman Green)
Gus Le Pre .... key hair stylist (as Gus D. Le Pre)
Janeen Schreyer .... makeup artist
Michael R. Thomas .... makeup artist (as Michael Thomas)
Nina Kent .... makeup artist (uncredited)
Production Management
Ronald G. Smith .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Matt Earl Beesley .... first assistant director
Matt Earl Beesley .... second unit director
John M. Morse .... second second assistant director
David N. Schrager .... second assistant director
Rebecca Strickland .... second second assistant director
Barnaby Thompson .... second unit director
Lennie Appelquist .... additional second assistant director (uncredited)
Art Department
G. Roger Abell .... property person
Robert J. Carlyle .... construction coordinator
Jeff Clark .... set painter
Kirk Corwin .... property master (as Kirk T. Corwin)
Richard Crain .... propmaker
Elizabeth Flaherty .... art department coordinator (as Elizabeth J. Flaherty)
Donald S. Foster .... set dresser
Brian J. Geary .... propmaker foreman
Stephanie J. Gordon .... set designer (as Stephanie Gordon)
Phillip A. Henry .... construction gang boss
Mike Holowach .... property person (as Michael Holowach)
Robert Lucas .... lead man (as Robert J. Lucas)
Thomas J. Martinez .... assistant to production designer
Mark Poll .... set designer
Ray Rarick .... construction foreperson (as Raymond S. Rarick)
Glenn H. Roberts .... property person (as Glen 'Spanky' Roberts)
Gary Sawaya .... set designer
Doug Sieck .... property person (as Douglas D. Sieck)
Danielle Simpson .... set dressing buyer (as Danielle M. Simpson-Abarauich)
Gary Stel .... labor foreman
Jim Stubblefield .... property assistant
Peter A. Tullo .... assistant property master
Clete Cetrone .... construction foreman (uncredited)
Steven DeSantis .... stage foreman (uncredited)
Michael Sarley .... storyboard artist (uncredited)
Sound Department
Bob Baron .... adr mixer
Michael J. Benavente .... sound effects editor (as Michael Benavente)
Kevin E. Carpenter .... sound re-recording mixer
Mike Chock .... sound effects editor (as Michael Chock)
Greg Curda .... foley mixer
Ken Dufva .... foley artist
John Dunn .... supervising sound editor
David Lee Fein .... foley artist
Stephanie Flack .... sound effects editor
Donald Flick .... sound effects editor
Mark C. Grech .... cable person
Jeffrey J. Haboush .... sound re-recording mixer
Scott G.G. Haller .... assistant sound editor
Joseph A. Ippolito .... supervising dialogue editor (as Joseph Ippolito)
Stephen Janisz .... adr editor
Bobby Mackston .... foley editor
Harry B. Miller III .... supervising sound editor
Jeffrey R. Payne .... foley editor (as Jeff Payne)
Jeena M. Phelps .... assistant sound editor (as Jeena Phelps)
Jonathan Phillips .... assistant sound editor
Greg P. Russell .... sound re-recording mixer
Timothy P. Salmon .... boom operator
Jeffrey L. Sandler .... sound effects editor (as Jeffrey Sandler)
Keith A. Wester .... sound mixer
David Wolowic .... assistant sound editor
Mark DeSimone .... adr mixer (uncredited)
Special Effects by
Kenneth C. Clark .... special effects (as Ken Clark)
Darrell Pritchett .... special effects coordinator
Jane Austin .... stunt performer
George Cheung .... stunts
Bud Davis .... stunt coordinator (as Bud G. Davis)
Richard Epper .... stunt performer
Kristi Frankenheimer .... stunts
Tabby Hanson .... stunts
Michael Haynes .... stunts
Steven Maines .... stunts
Bernie Pock .... stunts
Gary Price .... stunts (as Gary K. Price)
Martin Valinsky .... stunts
John Ashker .... stunts (uncredited)
Bobby Burns .... stunts (uncredited)
Jay Caputo .... stunt double: James Hong (uncredited)
Keii Johnston .... stunts (uncredited)
Denney Pierce .... stunts (uncredited)
Peter Rocca .... stunts (uncredited)
Keith Woulard .... stunts (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Patric J. Abaravich .... rigging electrician
Richmond L. Aguilar .... gaffer
Ben Beaird .... first company grip
Richard Briere .... grip
Robert Brinkmann .... director of photography: second unit
Armando Contreras .... dolly grip
Daniel Cook .... grip (as Dan Cook)
Doug Cook .... second company grip (as Douglas V. Cook)
William Cueto .... lighting technician (as Bill Cueto)
Michael Ferris .... camera operator
Dennis Flanderka .... grip
Michael Franz .... assistant chief lighting technician (as Mike Franz)
Brooks P. Guyer .... louma crane operator
Gregory Irwin .... first assistant camera (as Gregory M. Irwin)
Ed Jackson .... second company grip (as Edward A. Jackson)
László Kovács .... additional photographer (as Laszlo Kovacs)
Cindy Lagerstrom .... lighting technician
Jeffrey S. Lorenz .... second assistant camera
Elliott Marks .... still photographer (as Elliott S. Marks)
Ronald W. McLeish .... chief lighting technician
Roy A. McLeish .... lighting technician (as Roy McLeish)
Bill O'Drobinak .... camera operator (as Billy O'Drobinak)
Joe Ritter .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Richard Scarpone .... video assist operator
Joseph A. Unsinn .... video playback operator (as Joe Unsinn)
Francis X. Valdez III .... assistant chief lighting technician (as Franco Valdez)
Roy Bean .... video technician (uncredited)
Jens Bogehegn .... first camera operator: second unit (uncredited)
Alex Leyton .... first assistant camera (uncredited)
Jim Marquette .... assistant camera (uncredited)
David Moenkhaus .... second assistant camera: second unit (uncredited)
Randy Nolen .... Steadicam operator (uncredited)
Tony Rush .... video assist operator: re-shoots (uncredited)
Casting Department
Michael Bircumshaw .... casting associate
Barbara Harris .... voice casting
Mark A. Ridge .... extras casting (uncredited)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Gala Autumn .... costumer
James 'Mike' Balker .... costumer (as James Michael Balker)
Elinor Bardach .... costume supervisor (as Elinor C. Bardach)
Nancy Cone .... key costumer
Jayne Marie Kehoe .... costumer (as Jayne Kehoe)
Editorial Department
James Andrykowski .... first assistant editor
Elizabeth Fulton Schmidt .... assistant film editor (as Elizabeth Fulton)
Earl Ghaffari .... additional film editor
Susan Godfrey .... assistant film editor
Phil Hetos .... color timer (as Philip Hetos)
Brion McIntosh .... assistant film editor
Jon Poll .... additional film editor
Theresa Repola Mohammed .... negative cutter
Amy De Souza .... post-production editorial assistant (uncredited)
Music Department
Peter Afterman .... music supervisor
Sandy DeCrescent .... music contractor (as Sandy De Crescent)
George Doering .... musician
Adam Milo Smalley .... music editor (as Adam Smalley)
Daniel Gaber .... assistant music editor (uncredited)
Marc Miller .... music clearance (uncredited)
Elizabeth Wendel .... associate music supervisor (uncredited)
Transportation Department
Timothy Bolt .... cameracar driver
Manny Demello .... transportation co-captain
Anthony C. Steere .... transportation captain
James Thornsberry .... transportation coordinator
Other crew
Adell Aldrich .... script supervisor
Rashied Aljuwani .... craft service
Serena Baker .... assistant location manager (as Serena A. Baker)
Raquel Bercovich .... assistant: Mr. Thompson
Marty Callner .... film consultant: Aerosmith segment
Sarah B. Cameron .... production assistant (as Sarah Cameron)
Mark Carvey .... assistant: Mr. Carvey
Seth Cohen .... production assistant
Dan Curry .... title designer
John Downer .... production assistant
Marie Elder .... assistant production accountant
Tony Gonzalez .... choreographer
Kara E. Goodman .... assistant: Ms. Minot (as Kara Goodman)
Lori Jo Hoekstra .... assistant: Mr. and Mrs. Turner
Bob Hoffman .... unit publicist (as Robert J. Hoffman)
Cindy Ichikawa .... assistant production office coordinator
Robyn L. Kreger .... assistant: Mr. Surjik
Antoinette Denise Lamb .... production assistant
A.J. Lambert .... production assistant
Erin Maroney .... assistant: Mr. Michaels
Robert Mazaraki .... production assistant
Peter McKernan .... aerial coordinator
Murray Miller .... location manager (as Murray L. Miller)
Molly Rain Moshlak .... assistant: Mr. Myers (as Molly Rain-Moshlak)
Lisa J. Olin .... assistant: Mr. Koch Jr.
Jennifer Polyzoides .... production assistant
Liz Radley .... video and computer supervisor
John Rash .... accounting assistant
Ahmed Saker .... key set medic
Ferris Saydah .... production assistant
Karen Shaw .... production office coordinator
Brendan Shepherd .... coordinator: concert scene
Lisbeth Siegel .... production liaison (as Liz Siegel)
Joice Stewart .... payroll accountant (as Joice Lee Stewart)
Kristie Thompson .... accounting assistant
Frederick Walsh .... assistant: Mr. Myers (as Frederick M. Walsh)
Brian Wensel .... production accountant
Stacy Yanez .... production assistant
David O. Krupnick .... set medic (uncredited)
Ron Kunecke .... night lights operator (uncredited)
David B. Leener .... production associate (uncredited)
Tom Lent .... adr voice (uncredited)
Jesse Merz .... market researcher (uncredited)
David M. Robel .... production assistant (uncredited)

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Rated PG-13 for ribald humor
95 min
Aspect Ratio:
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Sound Mix:
Australia:PG | Canada:PG (Manitoba/Ontario) | Canada:A (Nova Scotia) | Canada:G (Quebec) | Finland:S | Germany:6 | Iceland:L | Ireland:PG | Netherlands:AL | Norway:10 | Singapore:PG | South Korea:15 | Sweden:7 | UK:PG | USA:PG-13 (certificate #32546)
Filming Locations:

Did You Know?

When director Penelope Spheeris was asked why she declined to direct this sequel after directing the original, she said couldn't "deal" with Mike Myers again. Apparently Myers and Spheeris had a few "creative differences".See more »
Incorrectly regarded as goofs: 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 »
Bobby Cahn:[while watching Wayne imitating a scene from The Leprechaun] Why do you hang around with these guys?
Cassandra:Because they're fun. If I wanted a guy that was all drag and ambition I could've stayed in Hong Kong. Back there guys like that are 12 for 10 cents.
Bobby Cahn:You mean a dime a dozen.
Cassandra:Maybe where you shop.
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Movie Connections:
References "The Dick Van Dyke Show" (1961)See more »


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It IS worthy, it IS worthy ..., 2 July 2013
Author: ElMaruecan82 from France

"Wayne's World 2" is such a flawless continuation of screwy Wayne and screw-up Garth's adventures, that I really question the utility of this review, in fact, just read the first film's one and you'll get the idea, I loved the first and I can only tell you that as far as the sequel is concerned, it IS worthy, it IS worthy. Yeah, I know, that last comment of mine was incredibly creative. Thank you.

Now, let me just pull my thoughts together. I guess there's much more to say about "Wayne's World 2" if only for the fact that I accidentally saw it before the first one, without that parameter ruining any kind of excitement, on the contrary, I must say. In fact, I was so confident that if a sequel (well, it's more of a continuation like I said) were 'excellent', for a lack of better word, then the first one would be a no-disappointment guarantee. At the end, whether you watch the second or the first one at first, just make sure you watch both, these are truly comedic treasures, and certainly the best movie-and-its-sequel pairing of the 90's.

So, we meet Wayne again as the host of the public access TV Show of the same name, and nothing has changed, it's still Wayne, Garth, the name-less cavemen-looking operators, the same concept, and for our greatest delight the same catchphrase: "Wayne's World, Wayne's World! Party on! Excellent", followed by the obligatory concluding riff. There are a few changes though: the program is not set in the parent's basement anymore and this time, it's aired a little earlier because they have backstage pass for an Aerosmith concert. What would be the series without the Rock'n'roll Gods' blessings after all?

And before joining the iconic Mirthmobile, Wayne welcomes us back, providing some interesting insights about how things have changed in case we hadn't noticed. How could we? Apparently, he got 'hair in some weird places'; Garth had 'pubes' ("Allelujah! We want to shout), and he's still dating the sexy Cassandra who's trying to make her name big in the Rockosphere. Beyond the humor, what works so well in this little moment is the immediate connection we share with Wayne, the same feeling as when we meet an old friend after a long summer vacation.

Yet "Wayne's World 2" never takes the initial success for granted, and remains truly original. The 'Bohemian Rhapsody' head-banging was such a defining moment of "Wayne's World" that recycling it with another song would have seriously compromised the credibility of the film. Instead, when they get in the car, they simply listen to a program animated by a host named 'Handsome Dan'. We don't pay much attention to this detail, but it makes the pay-off even more hilarious. Like its predecessor, "Wayne's World" trusts both our patience and intelligence and we know every obscure moment ought to have a pay-off.

And that's precisely what Wayne figures when he meets weird workers stacking in crates chicken and watermelons, making sure they're plenty of them while others walk back and forth with a big plate-glass window every couple of minutes. And when Wayne disguises as a lamppost repairer, Garth as a traffic cop, and the two teammates as a biker and sailor, to spy on Cassandra and are fatally chased by Bobby, her agent, hell, we also know this is going somewhere. It's like a little game between the screenwriters and us, but no matter what we expect, it doesn't make the punch line less enjoyable.

Now, I don't know if at 300 lines left from the review, I'll have time to cover the whole plot, nor that all the information would be necessary because if you spent twenty years without watching the film, either you're a mental or a movie lover … not, or you were born in the 90's, or worse, after. But well, let's clarify it, Cassandra is as hot and sweet as ever, and Christopher Walken doesn't need much to be convincing as the slick, smart and flirtatious record producer, so condescending toward Cassandra's nerdy friends. Well, I shouldn't call nerds guys who reject other nerds, but then I should find another word to describe sweet and lovable losers with devouring passions and unfulfilled talents.

The plot: Wayne follows a weird naked Indian during a bizarre dream and meets Jim Morrison in the middle of the desert. Jim tells Wayne that he should make something of his life, like a concert in Aurora. A colorful and experienced roadie named Del Preston would help them. How to be sure Aerosmith, Rip Taylor, Van Halen and even a weird old man making a canoe out of a log would come? "If you book them, they will come" And then "Wayne's Works" worlds like a field of dream-like creativity where nothing is gratuitous for the sake of a gag. I mentioned that every gag had a pay-off, in fact, the best ones are still totally random, served by so many cameos it's impossible to enumerate them all.

Let me just pick three favorites, James Hong as Cassandra's father and his Zangly hilarious kung-fu style badly dub confrontation with Wayne and Kim Basinger as the so Schwing-inducing Honey Hornee who probably contributed to one of the funniest exchanges ever, in a record-time of less than twenty seconds: "Take me" "Where? I'm low on gas and you need a jacket" "Let me be frank" "Can I still be Garth?"

The film is as quotable, funny, and sweet as the first, and to respect the protocol, let me conclude with a few PS notes.

(PS1: to the post-90's natives, don't get offended, but chances are that you wouldn't get all the movie references, but just do yourself a favor and watch "The Graduate".)

(PS2: Drew Barrymore never looked so hotter!)

(PS3: I know I only picked two favorite cameos; there just wasn't enough space …)

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