Take An “Adventure”

With the stress of finals and senior projects right around the corner, sometimes it is a good idea to just sit back and relax for a little while and watch a movie. One great movie to watch is “Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure.”
“Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure” is a science-fiction comedy about Bill and Ted, two music-loving teens played by Alex Winter and Keanu Reeves, respectively. When they learn that they will fail history if they don’t ace their end of year oral report, Bill and Ted embark on a journey through time to learn what they need to know for their report.
Some movies are judged by their acting and others are judged by their script. Even though the plot for “Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure” is silly, the acting makes it work.
The film stars Keanu Reeves early in his career, and it is interesting to see how his acting has changed between then and “The Matrix.” He and the other actors make the movie great.
The film has something for everyone. People who like science-fiction movies, comedies, teen movies, or movies with music-loving main characters will all like this movie. I would recommend it to anyone who is looking for a good movie to watch.
–Reviewed by SCOTT MOKRIS, Home-schooled

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2 Responses to Take An “Adventure”

  1. Mrs. Mokris says:

    Love those Wyld Stallyns!

  2. Jake says:

    “Dylan’s “Christmas in the Heart” was a very enjoyable album. I would recommend it to anyone.”
    “‘The Blind Side’ is a great book and I recommend it to anyone who has seen the movie or is a football fan.”
    “I would recommend it to anyone who is looking for a good movie to watch.”
    You have to use different words sometimes! And say something specific that happens in the movie – like Socrates lecturing to the high school in Greek. Doesn’t he talk about baseball or something?

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