Wayne's World 2 was a successful follow-up for Wayne and Garth's Adventures, full of the same madcap humour from their TV characters and previous film. Somewhere in the world, there are probably people who don't understand why Mike Myers' eponymous Wayne's World character is funny--feel sorry for them. Granted, the laughs are often cheap and silly, but there's no one who can embody a comic character and riff within that character the way Myers does. Wayne and his pal Garth (Dana Carvey) were fixtures on Saturday Night Live before the unexpected success of Wayne' s... World, a movie about what happened when they tried to take their local cable-access citywide. This time, they want to stage Waynestock, a mammoth rock festival in their little Chicago suburb, even as Wayne copes with girlfriend Tia Carrere's interest in record-company exec Christopher Walken. For extra fun, Garth gets involved with the babelicious Kim Basinger. Yes, the humour is scattershot and the plot is lame--but you'll find yourself laughing none the less. --Marshall Fine, Amazon.com [show more]
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The terrible twosome return for another burst of MTV-inspired comedy mayhem. It is now two years on, and the boys' cable show, now relocated to a nearby warehouse, is still doing well. However, when Wayne (Mike Myers) is visited by the ghost of Jim Morrison, he receives a new mission in life: he must now organise a massive rock festival - Waynestock. Meanwhile, his girlfriend Cassandra (Tia Carrere) seems to be interested in another slimy record producer (Christopher Walken), and his best friend Garth (Dana Carvey) is making romantic overtures towards sexy Honey Hornee (Kim Basinger).
Wayne Campbell continues to date Cassandra and host a cable TV show with Garth Algar. A visit from the spirit of Jim Morrison sets Wayne off on a mission to organise a huge rock concert - Waynestock.