Rent Wayne's World (1992)

3.6 of 5 from 104 ratings
1h 30min
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When a sleazy TV exec (Rob Lowe) offers Wayne and Garth a fat contract to tape their late-night cable-access show at his network, the two can't believe their good fortune ("No way." "Way!"). But they soon discover the road from basement to big time is a gnarly one, fraught with danger, temptation, and ragin' party opportunities. Can Wayne win the affections of rock goddess Cassandra (Tia Carrere)? Will Garth get dunked by his dream girl (Donna Dixon) at the doughnut shop? Serious questions, dude, and there's only one way to find out — watch Wayne's World!
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Mike Myers
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90 minutes
English, German
Arabic, Bulgarian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, English Hard of Hearing, Finnish, German, Hungarian, Icelandic, Norwegian, Polish, Romanian, Swedish, Turkish
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Widescreen 1.78:1 / 16:9
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94 minutes

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Reviews (2) of Wayne's World

aged but nostalgic - Wayne's World review by CB

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The film is the source for why kids in the 90's said things like "No way? Way!", "We're not worthy!" and "...not!". But it's hard to laugh as much at the jokes nearly 30 years later.

It's painful to watch a film that's so white now, and there are some uncomfortable east Asian jokes. It's a film of its time. It was mould breaking, funny and influential in its day. It made Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody cool again.

It's a flawed film that is ageing very badly, but I somehow think that is exactly the legacy Mike Myers intended. I enjoyed it.

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Cult American Comedy - Wayne's World review by GI

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This spin-off film based on the Saturday Night Live characters created by Mike Myers remains superbly funny even if you realise it's very silly and occasionally a little childish. The TV format of small 10 to 15 minute sketches worked brilliantly, stretching into a full length feature has resulted in moments of uproariously funny comedy in between sections that can be a bit tedious and especially Myers performance as Wayne. But as a showcase for Myers brand of comedy this is a film that will have you laughing out loud. Wayne and his best friend Garth (a superb comedy creation from Dana Carvey), are rock music fans who run their own public broadcast TV show from the basement of Wayne's parents house. Its popularity leads to a seedy TV producer (Rob Lowe) to con them out of the rights to the show and exploit them and steal Wayne's new girlfriend. It's all anarchic, daft and didn't quite live up to the hype but still worth a trip down memory lane if you remember it fondly.

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