Popular Broadway actor Gary Johnston is recruited by the elite counter-terrorism organization Team America: World Police. As the world begins to crumble around him, he must battle with terrorists, celebrities and falling in love.
Wayne is back, this time trying to organize a rock festival with help from friend Garth and the spirit of Jim Morrison (Doors). Meanwhile, his girlfriend's manager is busy trying to woo her away from Wayne and move her to LA. Life gets interesting when Wayne must rush from the concert to try and stop the wedding. Aerosmith are featured at the concert.Written by
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Although it was intended to be a Christmas season blockbuster, the film was only moderately successful and did not receive the box office intake or positive fan reaction that the first film did. It also suffered severely due to competition from other holiday season blockbusters such as Mrs. Doubtfire (1993), Schindler's List (1993), and The Pelican Brief (1993). See more »
The overhead shot in the opening of the film is meant to be Aurora, IL. However, the shopping plaza that is seen is actually Cermak Plaza in nearby Berwyn, IL. See more »
... We-Welcome to A-Aurora...
Guy in Crowd:
...not just a town, but a st-state of mind.
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Wayne and Garth have to clean up after the Waynestock event. They are supervised by the Indian who led them to Jim Morrison. The Indian has a tear running down his cheek after looking at the mess left behind. Wayne (to Indian): "Don't worry, we'll clean it up." See more »
The line Kim Basinger's character uses in the TV version is not on the DVD. The line is "Hulk Hogan said he could be the champ" and happens after Garth is seduced. See more »
Yeah, it's a stupid movie and but I did get some big laughs out of this in a few spots. Admittedly, I watched this twice before trading it for something else. Probably to ogle Kim Bassinger one more time. I also thought this "sequel" was better than the first Wayne's World movie anyway. From what I see here, most people agree with that.
Unfortunately, the second viewing was not as appealing (just too dumb) nor did I appreciate showing a minister blaspheming. That's Hollywood for you. Without the extreme irreverence in here, I might have held onto this just to have something stupid to laugh at once every few years....and to laugh at that scene when Dana Carvey meets Basinger in the laundromat .
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