In this follow-up to Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure and Bill & Ted’s Bogus Journey, aspiring 1990s high school musicians Bill S. Preston (Alex Winter) and Ted “Theodore” Logan (Keanu Reeves) are now middle-aged dads. When the Great Leader (Holland Taylor) visits them to ask about the song they were supposed to compose to save all of humanity, the two are at a loss. Given a new pressing deadline to create this song, they ride their trusted telephone booth and time-travel into the future to retrieve this savior song from the people who have it – their future selves. Directed by Dean Parisot.~Olivia Cantor
Be Excellent to Each Other
Anthony CarriganDennis Caleb McCoy
Jillian BellDr, Taylor Wood
Holland TaylorThe Great Leader
William SadlerGrim Reaper
Hal Landon, Jr.Chief Logan
Sharon GeeLing Lun
George CarlinRufus Hologram
Sharon LondonSecond Noble
Al VicenteLead Scientist
Mickey Gooch, Jr.Clete
Billy SlaughterYoung Bill
Nick GarrisonHendrix Band Member
Mark IshamComposer (Music Score)
Melanie JonesProduction Designer
Christian MercuriExecutive Producer
John SantilliExecutive Producer
Patrick W. DuganExecutive Producer
R. Scott ReidExecutive Producer
Scott FischerExecutive Producer
Steven SoderberghExecutive Producer
Adie KaplanSet Designer
Philip ToolinSet Designer
Andy DylanStunts Coordinator
Bill CorsoMakeup Supervisor
David HillaryLine Producer
David HillaryUnit Production Manager
Deb AdairRe-Recording Mixer
Jeff BrocktonStunts Coordinator
Kevin YagherMakeup Special Effects
R. Scott ReidCo-Executive Producer
Action and Adventure,Adventure,Comedy
Bill & Ted Face the Music
Year of Release
DVD, Includes Digital Copy
Warner Home Video
Bill & Ted Face the Music [Includes Digital Copy] [DVD] 
There ARE special features but not much - anything is better than nothing; mostly in the way of short interviews. Maybe covid19 interfered with them adding more bonus features, who knows.
I loved the 1st film, really liked the 2nd film, but this 3rd film is not so great. Some people love it, some people are "meh."
One would think after decades in between films, they'd come up with something better (a complaint of Indiana Jones 4 as well, along with Jay & Silent Bob reboot).
And, while there IS HUMOR in this film, I literally laughed out loud .. maybe TWICE, the rest of my reactions were.. smiles. Comparing it to the first 2 films, I really expected much more comedy in this movie. But it is so overwhelmed by plot points, it's as if they didn't have TIME to find the humor. And the "time travelling historical figures" seemed more obligatory than necessary. The kids are charismatic in their own way and did well with what they had, but I wish they had more to do and more time with them, as well as Bill & Ted, instead of this "plot is priority" route they went (the exact same feeling I had after watching Back to the Future 2).
If you didn't watch with a group to split the video-on-demand of $20, then this bluray is worth the price, and you many even go back again and watch it in a few years. Not bad enough to sell or give away, but not really an annual viewing event either.
Everybody has their own opinion about movies, so take this with a grain of salt. For me, the movie was watchable. It wasn't good, but it wasn't bad; however, it doesn't hold a candle to the original films. The second film ended on such a high note. The boys went to the future, learned how to play, formed a band, had kids, and the future of humanity was set.
It's such a letdown to see these two still struggling and unable to fulfill their destiny without outside intervention after all these years. This movie could have been so much better had it focused on this future utopia that the earlier movies foreshadowed! Show us this harmonious future, and the boys being a success instead of re-hashing the boys down on their luck and needing help to overcome new obstacles. But, I digress.... Watch it if you're so inclined, or don't if you want to save your time.
If you like the Bill and Ted movies, this one is okay. The first Bill and Ted is the best. This one is okay for different reasons. If you don't like Bill and Ted at all, don't get this one, but if you have the other two movies, this one should join the group and will probably be enjoyed with the other ones. Just enjoy it for what it is: a sequel made many years later.
A fun movie and a good way to end a classic movie trilogy. The cast is great as always and the casting of Samara Weaving and Brigette Lundy-Payne as Bill's and Ted's daughters are spot on. I highly recommend it to fans of the series.
The blu-ray special features are fun too. They are worth checking out but wait until after watching the movie due to spoilers.
I like liked this Bill and Ted really well, I was worried how they were going to wind up the prophecy and the song had to be cool and enjoyable for everyone.
This was an excellent addition to the series and I have watched it over and over, be sure to crank up the sound, especially for the finally.
I was pleasantly surprised and they did justice to everything that was supposed to happen even if it's not what you think. A couple of fun twist and turns.
it proved me wrong!
it was as good as the first two actually!
It was fun! funny! and some parts a bit emotional...just not that ,much.
the only negative thing i have too say about this is that man oh man is this movie is flooded with terrible cgi
dont let that put you away tho, it was still a good movie