Wayne's World 2 (1993) - Comedy, Music

Hohum Score

26

Watchable

The inseparable duo try to organize a rock concert while Wayne must fend off a record producer who has an eye for his girlfriend.

IMDB: 6.2
Director: Stephen Surjik
Stars: Mike Myers, Dana Carvey
Length: 95 Minutes
PG Rating: PG-13
Reviews: 2 out of 25 found boring (8%)

One-line Reviews (14)

It was no longer "fun" to watch, but rather -- tedious.

I gauge comedies by how funny they are (naturally), as well as how compelling, and "Wayne's World 2" delivers exceptionally on both fronts.

A.! One thing I like about this "Wayne's World" sequel is the concert premise, since I find big rock concerts fascinating.

It's obvious, predictable, simple, and unoriginal.

The cast were still as positive as the first and seemed like they were still having a lot of fun together,however,I didn't like how they rehashed a few jokes from the first,mostly coming from the two main characters,they picked a couple of lines that worked out well the first time and repeated them,which I found lazy and was certainly my biggest problem with that movie,but most if the new jokes were very funny and entertaining.

When they are pulled over by the cop and it ended up being the cop from "Terminator 2" that was rather funny and unexpected.

Couple that with the great writing that reminds me of The Simpsons in the earlier best years they had, and add in great comedic actors and you have a comedy classic that is worth watching.

However this movie was just so boring, the scenes were dragging on and it was always the same with Wayne & Garth.

This new Wayne and Garth story is stupid, silly, goofy, over-the-top, and yet really entertaining.

Just things like the pointless conversation between (Myers) and the young (Drew Barrymore).

If you are a big fan of the first Wayne's World,don't expect this one to be just as good,but it still is enjoyable and has many funny scenes.

Fans of the first Wayne's World will definitely be disappointed,but Wayne's World 2 is still definitely worth the watch.

Worth the watch if you are not turned off by this genre.

I only loved little moments, on their top was that amazingly unexpected appearance of one of Hollywood legends (Charlton Heston) in a role as tiny as a straw.