The number of times I've needed that time travelling telephone box during exam season... Anyway, this was a technically solid edit, Narrative mostly made sense, although not sure what happened after Billy the Kid walked in. This looks like a pretty stupid but funny film, and the edit certainly captures that. These guys must be related to the dudes from Dude Where's Your Car. Or maybe all stoner types sound like this in film.
On a side note, big fan of the old FE logo that appears at the end, hadn't seen that one before.
Way cool, junior
Well thought out and executed “Cliff’s Notes” version of the duo’s adventures.
Perfect for school slackers who only have fifteen minutes to devote to film class.
A bit jumpy at times, but not too much so. Besides, one is literally propelled at breakneck speed to pay much attention to tiny flaws.
There is a palpable joie de vivre electricity in this edit which is infectious.
I like to imagine John Wick watching this during his more thoughtful moments.
Wayne was a good editor, and a FE asset, but I understood how the more professional world beckoned.
For the curious, Wayne’s pitch for Hitchhikers is still viewable.
Four score and...twelve minutes ago. We, your peers, embarked on a most tubular fanedit, conceived by our new friend wayneworkman12. A stirring soundtrack accompanies a nifty assembly of the historical icons with the occasional abruptness in narrative jumps, but it serves the story and cuts to the chase in one quick sitting. Could have possibly went for a half-hour trim but there you go. Be excellent to each edit, and party on dude
Nice work condensing Bill and Ted's into a short, its quite a feat. Obviously a lot of material is lost, but this short is hilarious nonetheless. A few rough transitions occasionally but nothing too distracting. Overall, this is a great edit to visit for fans and newcomers will find something enjoyable too. Great job wayne workman