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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In Charlotte, North Carolina, Paramount Carowinds theme park had a whole Wayne's World themed area in the park. It included the MirthMobile that had hit a fire hydrant and water sprayed from the hydrant;, a wooden roller coaster called "The Hurler"; Stan Mikitas donut shop, where you could actually go inside and eat; The Rock Shop, a store selling metal/rock type merchandise as well as Wayne's World merchandise; and a ride called "The Scream Weaver". See more »
When Garth is floating in the air while kissing Honey, the cable that is suspending him is clearly visible. See more »
So there I am, in Sri Lanka, formerly Ceylon, at about 3 o'clock in the morning, looking for one thousand brown M&Ms to fill a brandy glass, or Ozzy wouldn't go on stage that night. So, Jeff Beck pops his head 'round the door, and mentions there's a little sweets shop on the edge of town. So - we go. And - it's closed. So there's me, and Keith Moon, and David Crosby, breaking into that little sweets shop, eh. Well, instead of a guard dog, they've got this bloody great big Bengal tiger. I ...
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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 »
The line Kim Basinger's character uses in the TV version is not on the DVD. The line is "Hulk Hogan said he could be the champ" and happens after Garth is seduced. See more »
Not As Good As The Original, But Good None The Less
The crew of "Wayne's World 2" had a nearly impossible task of following up the amazingly successful "Wayne's World". Needless to say, this does not compare to the original.
However, this film is pretty good. Myers and Carvey are back with just as much wit and splendid timing as the original. This time they are opposed by the brilliance of Christopher Walken who, as usual, plays his part to a tee.
The plot of setting up a festival does not have the power of that of the original and I was not crazy with the Jim Morrison character.
The amount of cameos was a bit too extreme at time as what seemed like every other shot had some other famous person wanting to be part of the film.
You would think that a film like this would not be as good hearted as it is, but it really is just a good film on so many levels.
It's not a must see like it's predecessor, but I would still recommend it to anyone.
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