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Below is the synopsis of the original "Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure," per IMDb.

Two seemingly dumb teens set off on a quest to prepare the ultimate historical presentation with the help of a time machine.

The original movie holds a fresh rating of 79 percent and an audience score of 75 percent on Rotten Tomatoes (at the time of publication). "Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure" made over $40 million domestically, and "Bill and Ted's Bogus Journey" brought in an estimated domestic total of $38 million, according to The Numbers. The quotable series definitely holds a cult following, and Keanu Reeves fans can't wait for the reunion with Alex Winter.

Clark Collis wrote for Entertainment Weekly:

Alex Winter and Keanu Reeves’ characters’ names may comprise half the title of Bill & Ted Face the Music (out Aug. 21). But in this threequel, the pair are helped in their quest to write universe-saving music by their daughters. Samara Weaving (Ready or Not) plays Bill’s offspring, Thea, while Brigette Lundy-Paine (Atypical) is Ted’s kid, Billie.
“The daughters really love their dads’ music and want to help them,” says Chris Matheson, who wrote the film with his Bill & Ted co-creator Ed Solomon. “They’re trying to help their dads put together this amazing band to save the universe, essentially. You know, Ed and I always imagined Bill and Ted as [not] having any other friends. They just kind of hang out together. They’ve got this kind of weird mind-meld and Billie and Thea have the same thing. They actually really love what their dads are doing and so they decide, well, we’re going to help them, we’re going to help our dads put together an incredible band.”

Watch a behind the scenes clip from "Bill & Ted Face the Music" below via Entertainment Tonight, and let us know what you think by voting.

"Who you gonna call?"

Below is the synopsis of "Ghostbusters," per IMDb.

Three former parapsychology professors set up shop as a unique ghost removal service.

The original "Ghostbusters" holds a fresh rating of 97 percent on Rotten Tomatoes (at the time of publication). The unadjusted box office total of the original movie is an estimated $295 million globally, while "Ghostbusters II" brought in over $215 million worldwide, according to The Numbers. While some moviegoers and critics are upset that the all-female reboot released in 2016 is being ignored, other fans are excited Jason Reitman is resurrecting the original universe in a second sequel to the original movie.

Anthony Breznican wrote for Vanity Fair:

Director and cowriter Jason Reitman (Up in the Air, Juno) takes over filmmaking duties from his own father, Ivan Reitman, who directed the original two Ghostbusters films, and returns for this one as a producer. Afterlife “is a new adventure that connects back to the Manhattan Crossrip of 1984,” Reitman said, unlike the 2016 all-female reboot, which started its story from scratch and existed in a different storytelling universe.
“Manhattan Crossrip” is the technical term for that long-ago bizarre incident in New York involving an apocalypse-summoning skyscraper, a gargantuan killer marshmallow man, and four working stiffs who managed to fight back against an ancient Sumerian God named Gozer.
Most of the original cast have committed to returning as their classic characters, although it’s not clear in what capacity they'll appear. (Harold Ramis died in 2014, and Rick Moranis, who has limited his screen work in recent years, is not expected to reprise his role.)

Check out the trailer to "Ghostbusters: Afterlife" below and let us know what you think by voting.

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