Bill and Ted's Bogus Journey is a comedy movie about two best friend and their journey to become a rock star. This movie is a sequel of the first movie titled Bill and Ted's excellent adventure. I never saw the first movie, but my local tv station keep playing the sequel "Bill and Ted's Bogus Jurney", i guess maybe it's because the first one wasn't as interesting as the second sequel... maybe someday i'll rent the first movie.

well here's a synopsis of Bill and Ted's Bogus Journey:

Three years after receiving an A+ on their history report, Bill and Ted are still struggling with their band, Wyld Stallyns, despite help from their fiancées Elizabeth and Joanna (princesses of 15th Century England whom they met in the first film and Rufus brought back from their time). Meanwhile, in the future, the villainous Chuck De Nomolos (Joss Ackland) schemes to prevent Bill and Ted from performing at the Fourth Annual San Dimas Battle of the Bands, thereby preventing them from influencing history with their hated rock music. De Nomolos forcibly takes possession of a time machine (once again, in the guise of a phone booth), sending two evil android versions of Bill and Ted back in time to kill them. Bill and Ted are quickly abducted and driven to the desert, where their android doppelgangers throw them off a cliff.

Death, a.k.a. the Grim Reaper (William Sadler), comes to collect Bill and Ted, telling them that if they beat him in a contest he will give them their lives back. Assessing their chances of winning, they resort to giving Death a melvin and escape. Bill and Ted possess two police officers (including Ted's dad) in an unsuccessful attempt to protect their fiancées, and also infiltrate a séance led by Bill's former step-mother, now Ted's current step-mother, Missy, now a New-Ager. The two are mistaken for evil spirits and are cast down to Hell.

After encountering Satan, Bill and Ted are doomed to their own personal versions of Hell. First they are menaced by the fanatic Colonel Oats (Ted barely escaped enrollment in Oats' Alaskan Military Academy in the first film). Bill and Ted split up and are subjected to some of their worst childhood memories. Bill recalls being forced to give a kiss to his vile, aged grandmother, while Ted is chastised by the Easter Bunny for stealing his brother's Easter candy. Reuniting in the tunnels of Hell, Bill and Ted figure that there is only one way out: to play the Reaper, and win.

Bill and Ted challenge Death to a variety of games, including Battleship, Clue, electric football, and Twister, all of which Bill and Ted win. Although Death proves a poor loser, he is at their command and, with his help, the three travel to Heaven to seek advice from God. After mugging three innocent souls, the trio gain entrance to Heaven by appropriating the chorus from "Every Rose Has Its Thorn" by Poison as their answer to St Peter's question, "What is the meaning of life?" Using a map they receive from God, they find the smartest scientist in the afterlife, an alien named Station who has the ability to split his body into two smaller versions of himself.

Bill, Ted, Station, and a reluctant Death return to Earth. Station builds crude "good robot" versions of Bill and Ted as they drive to the Battle of the Bands. The good robots easily defeat the evil versions, and De Nomolos arrives in the time machine booth and directly challenges Bill and Ted. The film's conclusion relies on a series of events that at first appear to be contradictory grandfather paradoxes but are resolved as overlapping predestination paradoxes.

After De Nomolos has been defeated, Bill and Ted disappear in the time machine with their fiancées to improve their musical skills. Reappearing immediately after leaving, Bill has grown a long beard and Ted a pointed goatee. Each of them has fathered a baby with their (now) wives. They then go on to play their set as the Kiss rendition of God Gave Rock 'n Roll To You is heard on the soundtrack, and the credits show various newspaper clippings suggesting they go on to shape the future in much the same way as described in the first movie.

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