Wayne's World / Wayne's World 2
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
VINE VOICEon November 26, 2007
This DVD includes both films in widescreen format but omits the directors' commentary tracks, trailers, and cast info that was available on the separate DVDs. With these films, I really don't miss those extras. Great, funny stuff.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
on April 9, 2009
Sadly this double DVD feature like most does not have bonus features. However,SCH-Wing Waynes World 1 and 2 Rock. Cameos include Alice "Were not worty" Cooper,Aerosmith,Chris Farley, The naked Indian, jim morrison,Al Bundy. ORIGINALS! CLASSICS.Should be ON TCM. lol.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on January 1, 2009
Umm i just love the way these films are presented in widescreen the way they were meant to be seen and both films are on one DVD but it's not double sided thank goodness. there is alittle dirt at beginning of Wayne's World that being the paramount logo at the beginning. but other than that it fine actually it looks good for it's age, being made in the 90's and it's been enhanced for16:9 widescreen tv's. it would've been nice if there were extras on this disc, but hey with bargain price like this, i can't really complain. so if you don't mind not have any extras(goodies) and just want the films, then this barebones DVD is for you.

Wayne's World the first movie is just way funny the second is good but nowhere near funny as the original. but is an interesting film anyway and fun to watch. Oh the sound you have the option of english dolby 5.1 or 2.0 surround sound the french soundtrack is in 2.0 and they're only english subtitles on both films.

Highly Recommended for a good laugh.

The Films Are Both PG-13 For language and some sexual humor.
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I have this "double feature" DVD & watch it every chance I get. Adapting minutes-long skits from SNL to the big screen is always a gamble (Anyone remember "It's Pat"? Or the recent bomb "MacGruber"?); some are simply better off in their short format instead of trying to expand them into an hour & a half film comedy. But "Wayne's World" (1992) defied (and surprised) those expecting it to fail spectacularly. Backed by Lorne Michaels as producer, the geeky team of Wayne & Garth shot Mike Myers & Dana Carvey (Myers, in particular) to movie stardom. Weaving an amiable tale of Wayne getting the girl of his dreams (Cassandra, a foxy rock goddess played by Tia Carrere), buying the guitar of his dreams (Excalibur!), while getting fast-talked by an impossibly good-looking but slimy producer (Rob Lowe, natch) who commercializes & therefore ruins the charm of the little show from Wayne's basement. The movie is jam-packed with satirical in-jokes, there's a cool head-banging-in-the-car homage to Queen's then-recently deceased frontman Freddie Mercury, and even Ed "Al Bundy" O'Neil has a scene stealing cameo as the deeply disturbed owner-manager of the local food hangout.
"Wayne's World 2" (1993) continues the fun, getting more daffier at times in comic invention than its predecessor. Wayne is visited by Jim Morrison in his dreams, who tells Wayne it is his destiny to put on a concert. Thus, with friend Garth's help, and the aid of a legendary roadie burnout (who keeps retelling this insane story about getting a thousand brown M&M's at the corner sweet shoppe, "or else, Ozzie wasn't going on stage that night"), "Waynestock" is born. A few subplots--Garth's "fatal attraction" fling with a real babe (Kim Basinger); Wayne meeting Cassandra's strict father (legendary Asian actor James Hong, with subtitles, no less); Wayne's struggles to book a major music act before showtime (explaining why Aerosmith appears); and a scheming producer/manager (Christopher Walken, who can really dance!) threatens to take Cassandra away from Wayne (leading to a spoof of "The Graduate")--hitch their wagons to the main plot. There's a delightful you-see-it-coming-but-it's-still-funny tribute to The Village People, a funny cameo from Charlton Heston, and the late Chris Farley steals his scenes as a lumbering, bumbling stage assistant.
For fans of Mike Myers & "Wayne's World", this is the collection for you!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on February 1, 2012
My husband has been asking for this movie forever and was so happy when I got it so he could watch it with our son. They had a great time watching and laughting together.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on April 6, 2008
Excellent! I love having the two movies together. Made a perfect birthday gift to give to a Waynes World fan!
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on October 1, 2008
"Wayne's World" is probably one of the funniest movies I've ever seen. It's one of those movies where you either get it or you don't. Some of my friends hate it and others love it. I like it so much b/c some of the things Wayne and Garth laugh about and say are some things that I could see myself doing and laughing about. I think it's completely genuis. It has so many classic lines. I've seen it many times, and every time I watch it I catch something new. Fav parts are: Scooby-Doo ending, when they meet Alice Cooper, when they order chinese and say I want the cream of some young guy (lmao!), the advertisements for doritos, pepsi, pizza hut...aww hell...every single part rocks. I can't pick out my favs.
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on June 8, 2010
Compared to other big screen versions of Saturday Night Live skits (including the current McGuiver spoof), Wayne's World is the best of the lot. Due primarily to the considerable talents of Mike Meyers and Dana Carvey, the laughs provided here are nearly effortless. The humor may be juvenile at times but that's just part of the charm of these characters. My eleven year old son watched the first Wayne's World movie with me and couldn't stop laughing. He immediately asked to see the sequel. Fortunately, I'd bought the double feature version of the DVD so I had it right on hand! If you're looking for light, not-so-sophisticated fun, I would highly recommend Wayne's World. Now... party on!
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on April 21, 2013
This combo has both of the Wayne's World movies! The first is usually better & this one is. The plot is weak, butt the first one was fresh as they were a hot skit from Saturday Night Live. The first one has the memorable tribute to Queen's song Bohemian Rhapsody sung by Wayne & crew in the car. The first movie has many funny scenes & still is funny after all these years. The second movie had a weak plot, but hey it's Wayne & Garth. The beauty of these 2 movies is it is clean humor with no nudity so you can feel safe having children watch. Bottom Line you will enjoy this purchase!
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this is a pretty good double feature, i love the movies, and wish there was a third, my dvd is the same thing except at the top it says "wayne's world collection" and has a black background on the back instead of yellow.

the quality is good. for a while i only had the second film, and that was on vhs, so thank god for this set. i got both films, on dvd, which is better quality than vhs, for cheap at best buy.

the only thing i don't like is there is no special features, but other than that, this is a must have!
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