Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey

Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey
Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey




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Heavy metal dudes Bill and Ted travelled back in time in the hilarious Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure - and it helped them get their homework done and win a Battle of the Bands contest. In the year 2691, their actions have brought about a peaceful and happy society - but the villainous De Nomolos wants to destroy it. To that dastardly end, he creates evil robot doubles of Bill and Ted and sends them back in time to kill the real ones. When they succeed, Bill and Ted must cheat death in the form of the Grim Reaper, and travel through heaven and hell to stop De Nomolos's wicked plan.


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This film has a few uses of mild bad language

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