Wayne's World

Wayne's World
Wayne's World




90 minutes





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One of the funniest films from the first wave of slacker comedies, Wayne's World tells the story of guitar geeks Wayne and Garth, who broadcast their very own TV show from Wayne's parents house. Realising it could make him a lot of money, a sinister telly executive buys the rights to their DIY talk show. However, he also steals Wayne's girlfriend, rock singer Cassandra. As Wayne tries to win her back, Wayne and Garth's friendship is also tested. A standout comedy from the 1990s, it also features a hilarious cameo from heavy metal musician Alice Cooper. Party on!


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Contains moderate language and sexual references.

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