Wayne's World 2

Paramount Released 1993




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Stephen Surjik

A sequel to 1992's Wayne's World, Wayne's World 2 picks up where the first movie ends. Wayne Campbell and Garth Algar have found some success with their hit television show, and Wayne's girlfriend, Cassandra Wong is recording music with the record deal she won in the first movie. Wayne has a dream during which Jim Morrison tells him that he has to put on a giant concert. Enlisting Garth and many of his other friends, Wayne decides to put on a festival, called Waynestock. Although they struggle at first to sell tickets and book bands, Wayne and Garth are determined for their festival to be a success. As Wayne is working on Waynestock, Cassandra's new producer, Bobby Cahn, enacts a plan to win her from Wayne by distancing her from her hometown. Can Wayne get Aerosmith to headline his festival while also winning back Cassandra from Bobby, or will he fail on both accounts?


Metacritic Score

  • 80


    The classic humor of this film still remains.

  • 75

    Chicago Sun-Times Roger Ebert

    If Wayne and Garth ever grow confident of their success, the series will be over. Everything depends on the delighted disbelief with which they greet every new victory.

  • 63

    Chicago Tribune Michael Wilmington

    Wayne's World 2 may not be much of a movie, but at least it's funny. And, hey, what else does it have to be? What do you want from a movie? Blood? Rock on, Wayne. Party hearty, Gar...

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    • Production budget - $40,000,000
      Domestic gross - $48,197,805 (29th)

      Domestic adjusted for 2013 - $94,998,572

    • Tagline:
      You'll laugh again! You'll cry again!! You'll hurl again!!!

    • Filming locations:
      Chicago, Illinois
      Imperial County, California
      Inglewood, California
      La Verne, California
      Malibu, California
      Monrovia, California
      San Diego, California

    • Music:
      Written and Performed by Edgar Winter
      'Wayne's World' Theme
      By Mike Myers and G.E. Smith
      'Batman' Theme
      By Neal Hefti
      Dream Weaver
      Written and Performed by Gary Wright
      Wpig Logo
      By Adam Milo Smalley
      Radar Love
      By George Kooymans and Barry Hay
      Performed by Golden Earring
      Dude (Looks Like A Lady) (Live Version)
      By Steven Tyler, Joe Perry and Desmond Child
      Performed by Aerosmith
      Mary's House
      By Linda Perry and Shaunna Hall
      Performed and produced by 4 Non Blondes
      Guitar Licks
      By Michael McMahan
      Rule Britannia
      By Thomas Augustine Arne
      Performed by Grenadier Guards Band
      Louie, Louie
      By Richard Berry
      Performed and Produced by Robert Plant
      Twist And Shout
      By Bert Russell and Philip Medley
      I Love Rock & Roll
      By Alan Merrill and Jake Hooker
      Performed by Joan Jett & The Blackhearts
      Can't Get Enough
      By Mick Ralphs
      Performed by Bad Company
      'Mission: Impossible' Theme
      By Lalo Schifrin
      Wipe Out
      By The Surfaris
      Performed by The Ventures
      Step It Up
      By Robert Birch and Nicholas Hallam
      Performed by The Stereo MCs
      By Henri Belolo, Jacques Morali and Victor Willis
      Performed by The Village People
      By Leon Russell and Bonnie Bramlett
      Performed by Superfan
      Spirit In The Sky
      Written and Performed by Norman Greenbaum
      The Girl From Ipanema
      By Antonio Carlos Jobim, Vinicius de Moraes and Norman Gimbel
      Performed by Stan Getz and Astrud Gilberto
      Romeo And Juliet - Fantasy Overture
      By Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
      Performed by Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra
      Idiot Summer
      Written, performed and produced by The Gin Blossoms
      Out There
      By J. Mascis
      Performed by Dinosaur Jr.
      Show me The Way
      Written and Performed by Peter Frampton
      Hey Joe
      By Billy Roberts
      Performed by The Jimi Hendrix Experience
      Age Of Consent
      By Stephen Morris, Peter Hook, Bernard Sumner and Gillian Gilbert
      Mrs. Robinson
      By Paul Simon
      Performed by Simon & Garfunkel
      Mrs. Robinson
      By Paul Simon
      Performed by The Lemonheads
      Amen Chords
      By Dave Grusin
      Wedding March from 'A Midsummer Night's Dream'
      By Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy
      Shut Up And Dance (Live Version)
      By Steven Tyler, Joe Perry, Jack Blades and Tommy Shaw
      Performed by Aerosmith
      The Wind Cries Mary
      By Jimi Hendrix
      Performed by The Jimi Hendrix Experience
      'Wayne's World' Theme
      By Mike Myers and G.E. Smith
      Performed by Wayne and Garth


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