How the Legacy of Richard Linklater’s ‘Boyhood’ Is Growing
If you had to bet whether the third installment of the Bill & Ted franchise, released more than thirty years after the goofy time-travel franchise launched in 1989, would be a good movie, you could be forgiven for placing your chips on “no.” Long-belated sequels rarely turn out well. But Bill & Ted Face the Music, released theatrically and on VOD last weekend, was a critical success. Writing in the Atlantic, film critic Devin Gordon summarized its charm: “Bill & Ted Face the Music is very funny, and very sweet, and yes, I may have even cried a little at the end,” Gordon writes. “It strikes a deeper chord than the first two movies, though, because it’s about something real.” What Bill & Ted Face the Music is about, ultimately—and…View Original Post
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