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Wayne's World/Wayne's World 2 [VHS] [1992]

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  • Actors: Mike Myers, Dana Carvey, Rob Lowe, Tia Carrere, Brian Doyle-Murray
  • Directors: Penelope Spheeris, Stephen Surjik
  • Writers: Mike Myers, Bonnie Turner, Terry Turner
  • Producers: Barnaby Thompson, Dinah Minot, Hawk Koch
  • Format: Box set
  • Language: English
  • Classification: PG
  • Studio: Paramount
  • VHS Release Date: 1 Oct. 1999
  • Run Time: 180 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (66 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00004CR9T
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 219,917 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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A double bill of the popular 'Wayne's World' films, based on the characters created for 'Saturday Night Live'. In 'Wayne's World', moronic metalheads, Wayne (Mike Myers) and Garth (Dana Carvey) broadcast a cable-access show from Wayne's basement. Their wisecracks about youth, music and girls are picked up on by a TV executive (Rob Lowe), who pays them to produce a 'new, improved' programme for national TV. But the pair discover that fame has its price when they lose control of the show and the TV executive starts pursuing Wayne's girlfriend. The sequel 'Wayne's World 2' sees 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 (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 (Carvey) is making romantic overtures towards sexy Honey Hornee (Kim Basinger).

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By "pilkypne" on 25 April 2003
Format: DVD
This was our first glimpse of Mike Myers at his very best, with plenty of gags to assist him. There is no doubt these two films were the beginning of a line of films of this genre that lead to Austin Powers. Personally my favourite moment is in Wayne's World 2 when they unwittingly, when a spying mission goes wrong, end up in a bar doing the YMCA on the stage. These two films are to comedy what Die Hard is to action. Need I say more...
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Louise Stanley on 26 Feb. 2006
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These two films are just about the funniest American efforts since "Airplane"...watching British sitcoms - even the classic "Only Fools and Horses" - straight after it they seemed wooden and detached in comparison, too absorbed in providing a "message" to be able to laugh from the heart.
Garth Algar and Wayne Campbell are two small-town, Anywheresville USA overgrown kids who have an amateur cable-access TV show on which they clown around, make fun of their guests - and each other - and are just out for a laugh. In both films they are pitted against two scheming executives from the twin media of TV and the corporate music industry, who successively have their eyes on the beautiful Cassandra, an Asian babe singer in a heavy-metal band that they bump into at their local nightclub. It's good clean fun in both films - the sex is simulated if it's there at all, and no knickers come off - but it works simply because, in both films, there are just so many in-jokes, cameos, homages to cinematic legends (such as "The Graduate", or the behaviour of actors at award ceremonies, or schlock endings from any one of a number of genres) and asides to make every minute worth watching closely for any little references you can spot. Revealing any specifics would spoil the fun, but this is how great comedy movies are made - you start with a rather facile and rudimentary plot, and spend the time building on these skeletal remains a body which is all padding - and none. There is not a single wasted minute in either film, and while by the second film they may have been running out of jokes specifically about heavy metal, they could afford to push the envelope a bit more with direct homages to "bad kung-fu movies" and - as mentioned before - "The Graduate".
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Nevan Joyce on 28 Feb. 2004
Format: DVD
The Wayne's World film seems that it shouldn't really work but really it does so well. Wayne's World one is the story about Wayne Campbell, who hosts his own tv show from his basement which is bought over by big TV exceutives and he also meets the girl of his dreams.
The film is actually very funny. Mike Myers is very good as Wayne Campbell, introducing all the people around him who are very hilarious in there own way and Dana Carvey is very good as Garth, best friend to Wayne.
Wayne's World two is about Wayne having a dream where the late Jim Morrison of the Doors tells him to put on a concert in his hometown. It follows him and his friend Garth's troubles putting on the concert. It also has some excellent characters in it, especially Del Preston, the world's best Roadie. The story he tells of Ozzy Osbourne wanting 2000 brown M&Ms is brilliant for it being bizarre.
This movie isn't as good as the first but is still an excellent flick and has many laughs along the way.
This double pack seems excellent and a very good addition to a comedy lover's collection. Not for a total movie buff as its not the Godfather or Citizen Cane, but a very good comedy none the less.
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Wayne's World (1992)
There's not a lot of jokes in it and it hasn't really stood up to repeat viewings. It's dated to some extent, but not in a way that matters. My biggest problem with it is that the dramatic content, which is more important in comedies than most people think, is very weak. The stakes are low and problems occur, and are then solved by the next scene - Wayne and Garth fall out and two minutes later, about eight hours later in the film timeline, they make up straightaway without any recriminations. Also Cassandra wasn't having an affair with Rob Lowe so a lot of the plot was just something in Wayne's head. The movie was alright overall, maybe a little below average.

Wayne's World 2 (1993)
The jokes are a bit bigger and more silly and out there. Which was good and led to a few pretty big laughs. Many other jokes fail, such as the Jurassic Park sequence which was just a quote as there was no actual joke to go with it. There is also a slight hint of smugness to the film which the first one didn't have. The plot was a bit more front and centre which I liked. The dramatic stakes were also a bit higher than it was in the first film, although again it had a tendency to throw away subplots, such as the complete non-climax to the Kim Bassinger husband killing plotline. I enjoyed it more than the first film.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 7 Sept. 2003
Format: VHS Tape Verified Purchase
wyanes world rocks had it for many years but lost them when i moved so just got them again and cant get enough of them
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By rocado on 27 Oct. 2011
Format: DVD
Two very funny DVDs. I laughted all the way through both of them. Mike Myers is his usual brilliant witty self. He plays a guy called Wayne who has a sidekick Garth (Played by Dana Carvey) aslo excellent in his role...They host a popular pirate tv show from Waynes basement until they get hoodwinked into selling their beloved show. Friendships get strained between the two best mates and Waynes whole world starts to fall apart!!!
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