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Finally got around to watching this the other night and all I can say is...what a disappointing pile of hot garbage. I never have high hopes for sequels, though some are quite good. I love the original, have only seen Bogus Journey once or twice and wasn't impressed but it was nowhere as bad as this. Bad writing, horrible characters, the list goes on. I was excited for them to wrap up the premise from the first movie; they write a song that unites the world and this movie was supposed to address how it came about. I won't spoil it here but let's just say underwhelming would be an understatement. The main characters' kids (daughters) were bad enough, but the "killer" robot, I honestly don't even have the words...

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Sorry to hear this. I was looking forward to seeing it.

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Worst movie I have seen in many years. I started surfing the net about 15-20 minutes into it. The daughters…oh my Bell and Ted Woke is what they should have called it.

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Posted by Orguss in the original thread:
It was fun but, pardon the pun, felt out of time. I think it would have been much more relevant if it had come out in the '90s.

It had a couple of really fun moments. I had a smile on my face through most of the movie, though.

The end credits has musicians and somewhat famous people interspersed with everyday folks jamming out to music. The only two I could recognize were Weird Al Yankovic and Jimmy Kimmel Live's Guillermo.

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They waited 20 years too long to make this.

I’ll never understand why sequels are being made 25-30 years after the original and then they wonder why they’re not well received.

This movie should have been made between 1995 and 2000

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