We've got to wait until 2020 for Bill and Ted 3, but tonight we've got the perfect opportunity to relive the movie that started the franchise.  The Egyptian Theater will show Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure as part of the Classic Movie series.

Bill and Ted Face the Music is in the works now, and that will be the third movie in the Bill and Ted franchise.  The original movie, Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure, came out in 1989 and the Egyptian Theatre will screen the cult classic tonight.  We can watch Bill and Ted start a band and race to get an A in history class because if Ted fail's history, he'll be shipped off to military school. The perfect movie to see before school starts if you're a student and need a little inspiration.  And if you like wit.

The sequel to the excellent adventure, Bill & Ted's Bogus Journeywas released in July 1991.  The third movie will be out in August 2020, and that's called Bill & Ted Face the Music.  The minute that trailer lands on the web it will be on social media feeds everywhere and we'll all try to figure out what's up with Keanu's new hair.  In the new movie, Digital Spy says Keanu "rocking a severely backcombed hairstyle with shaved sides and a huge beard."  And for whatever reason, his belly is poking out of an ill-fitting sports shirt.  Excellent.

Boise Classic Movies presents Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure tonight at the Egyptian Theater (700 West Main in Boise).  Doors open at 6:00 and the movie will start at 7:00.  They'll have a costume contest with prizes, so feel free to dress up as your favorite historical figure.

One hundred and fifty tickets had to be sold for the movie to be screened and they're already past the tipping point, so the movie is on for sure.  You can get tickets for $9 online, or they'll be $11 tonight at the theater.   This time tomorrow you'll be swapping movie lines with your co-workers.

"Strange things are afoot at the Circle-K."

"It seems to me the only thing you’ve learned is that Caesar is a salad dressing dude."

"Be excellent to each other."