Popular Broadway actor Gary Johnston is recruited by the elite counter-terrorism organization Team America: World Police. As the world begins to crumble around him, he must battle with terrorists, celebrities and falling in love.
Wayne is back, this time trying to organize a rock festival with help from friend Garth and the spirit of Jim Morrison (Doors). Meanwhile, his girlfriend's manager is busy trying to woo her away from Wayne and move her to LA. Life gets interesting when Wayne must rush from the concert to try and stop the wedding. Aerosmith are featured at the concert.Written by
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In the "returning home from England" plane scene, it's obviously a mirror image (identifiable by the writing on the plane being reversed.) However due to the nature of the jokes during the plane scenes, this was probably intentional. See more »
Woodstock? That was quite a show, man.
You were at Woodstock?
Excellent! What was it like?
It rained all morning, and then it cleared up in the afternoon. And that's it, I almost remembered something else, but it's gone.
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Wayne and Garth have to clean up after the Waynestock event. They are supervised by the Indian who led them to Jim Morrison. The Indian has a tear running down his cheek after looking at the mess left behind. Wayne (to Indian): "Don't worry, we'll clean it up." See more »
When shown on TV in Australia in late 1997, a month after Princess Di died, the scene in London when Wayne & Garth mention Diana was cut. See more »
Wayne Campbell (Mike Myers) and Garth Algar (Dana Carvey) are back and now they're set up in an abandoned toy factory still doing their cable show. Cassandra Wong (Tia Carrere) is cutting a demo but record producer Bobby Cahn (Christopher Walken) is trying to steal her away from Wayne to L.A. Wayne dreams of a naked Indian and Jim Morrison who tells him to put on a rock festival in Aurora called Waynestock. They go to England to find Jim Morrison's concert organizer Del Preston. Garth has a new dreamgirl Honey Horneé (Kim Basinger) while they try to raise the money for the festival.
The guys are still loads of fun. They have great chemistry together and that's what works for this franchise. The story meanders and is basically a spoof of various movies. They even go off and do one for 'Jurassic Park'. There are very good sly jokes but not all of them work. There is a good kung fu spoof with James Hong as Cassandra's father. Although sometimes I do want the story to just move on.
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