Party time, excellent!
It's not big, it's not clever, but it's funny. It's 'Wayne's World'.
Based on a 'Saturday Night Live' sketch from the early 90s, this film takes a satirical look at the rocker 'duuuude' culture of the time.
It's nice to look back on it really. In today's society the equivalent of these people are chavs. With this knowledge, isn't it lovely to reminisce about the rockers who got drunk in their own basements, and occasionally hung out in donut shops, compared to violent little hoodies with their flick knives listening to people shouting about their "bitches and chizzang in da hood and ting...fo shizzle"
Wayne and Garth are two friends who present a local TV show in their basement. In their spare time, they go to rock gigs, where Wayne meets Cassandra, the girl of his dreams. She is offered a record deal by Wayne's show's new producer, who wants to steal Cassandra. The 'dudes' win in the end, and all is well!
Again, this is another one of those films where the story isn't hugely important.
The comedy is still fresh 18 years after the film's release, and I recommend it to anyone looking like a simple, entertaining movie.
VERDICT - PARTY TIME, EXCELLENT!