A message from Jim Morrison in a dream prompts cable access TV stars Wayne and Garth to put on a rock concert, "Waynestock," with Aerosmith as headliners. But amid the preparations, Wayne frets that a record producer is putting the moves on his girlfriend, Cassandra, while Garth handles the advances of mega-babe Honey Hornee.
|Release Date||:||December 10, 1993|
|Production Company||:||Paramount Pictures|
|Production Countries||:||United States of America|
|Director||:||Stephen Surjik, Matt Earl Beesley, Adell Aldrich|
|Writers||:||Mike Myers, Bonnie Turner, Terry Turner|
|Casts||:||Mike Myers, Dana Carvey, Christopher Walken, Tia Carrere, Chris Farley, James Hong, Rip Taylor, Steven Tyler, Joe Perry, Heather Locklear, Bob Odenkirk, Robert Smigel, Kim Basinger, Drew Barrymore, Harry Shearer, Jay Leno, Charlton Heston, Tim Meadows, Kevin Pollak, Lee Tergesen, Ralph Brown, Dan Bell, Gavin Grazer, Michael A. Nickles, Larry Sellers, Frank DiLeo, Olivia d'Abo, Ted McGinley, Al Hansen|
|Plot Keywords||:||love of one's life, tv show, talk show, kiss, rock, concert, music tv program|
I am shocked to find that this classic movie is so poorly reviewed. This movie is very funny and has fantastic cameos. I know that many people have a real hate on for Mike Meyers which I don't particularly understand. I do think that the Austin Powers Series is overrated but still good. The first Wayne's World is a great movie. The sequel is one of the best comedy movies ever made. If you don't like comedies don't waste your time, that is pretty simple. If you like to laugh give this movie a try. The cameos alone are quite impressive. 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.