Published: September 24, 2009 at 7:26 AMGreat review, looking forward to going tomorrow night.
Published: September 24, 2009 at 7:40 AMThe first time bill and ted had a story? This must have been your first year. What about last year when they meet hellboy or when lex luthor takes over universal? I hate to sound like a tyra banks but this review is a load of the economy! I loved bill and ted this year except the dance sequence.. Music was off. But overall the houses i was able to see were good but understaffed. The scare zones had no detail and were half the size they were last year. Cleaver goes for my choice of house of the year. It was clever and funny. It needs to be staffed more. Overall full of fun. Friday will come a full review and more than just pr pics
Published: September 24, 2009 at 8:23 AMI need to go back when it is full operation. from the preview I can say things looked cheap to me. there was no theming at all from ROTM all the way around the lagoon to the kids zone.... nothing.... just a really badly lit park and the entrances to saw and cleaver. again it was preview so lets hope they didn't fully staff it and there will be more to come (thought the beer carts seemed fully staffed and guest seemed full of beer!)
Published: September 24, 2009 at 8:07 PMActually this is not my first year I have been. The Bill and Ted show in comparison to years past actually has a story line that it keeps following all the way through. Much more than it has in the past. Yes you still have the introduction of the bad guys and good guys. And yes it all comes down to the good ending like always. It just seemed to me like this year the story was more tightly knit than in years past.
@Garth the story this year doesn't jump around the way it had in years past. The story actually seems stays on plot and doesn't bounce back and forth like it had the past six years I been going.
Anyways, I look forward to the rest of the event and watching it progress, especially certain houses and the B&T show.
Published: September 24, 2009 at 4:05 PMWell, all of the Bill & Ted shows have had very tenuous story lines.
The story is really just an excuse to riff on the past year's pop cultural events. I don't go to the show to see a riveting plot.
Published: September 24, 2009 at 7:19 PMSaw was posted at 90 minutes, but only took me 30. Anyway, Leave it to Cleaver and Chucky were my favorites.