The highly anticipated new movie starring Keanu Reeves and Alex Winters is getting praise in its opening weekend — CNET’s Bonnie Burton calls it a “joyous, fun, charming adventure, and a great reminder of how music can bring us together in times of chaos.” Read her (but note the spoiler alert).is now available for streaming. The bodacious third installment in this classic slacker series
Bill & Ted’s latest quest hit select movie theaters and video on demand platforms on Friday. Here’s everything you need to know about your most excellent comedy viewing options. Party on, dude!
Rent Bill & Ted Face the Music for $20
Buy it for $25
A few things to keep in mind:
- The prices seem to be the same across the board: $20 for a rental, $25 to purchase. If you plan on watching the movie more than once outside of that initial 48-hour window, the purchase option is the way to go.
- The Amazon Prime Video rental is HD, though all the other streaming services include all resolutions through 4K UHD.
- If you rent the new Bill & Ted movie at Fandango Now, the streaming service gives you a promo code with purchase that you can use to . Fandango Now has built a Movie Duos page with every buddy flick you can imagine, including both of the original Bill & Ted movies, as well as Bad Boys, Hot Fuzz, Thelma and Louise, The Blues Brothers and many others.
- This movie is not compatible, so it will only be available in the service from which you rent or buy it.
Cinema in the age of corona
Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, big theatrical releases don’t quite happen the same way they used to in 2020. In fact, most of them don’t, with studios eitheror dropping them onto streaming services (Disney+ is experimenting with this by releasing its live-action , but charging an extra fee to watch). , the third installment of the franchise starring Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter, has been yet another movie contending with the global keeping moviegoers out of a crowded theater, along with a whole laundry list of changes to everyday life.
Bill & Ted Face the Music’s fast-tracking to on-demand video follows in the footsteps of other 2020 releases likethat allowed movie viewers to watch them safely from the comfort of their quarantine bunkers.
Following Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure and Bill & Ted’s Bogus Journey, Face the Music is another story about how the music of Ted ‘Theodore’ Logan and Bill S. Preston Esq.’s band — the Wyld Stallyns — is vital to the survival of the human race.that the titular duo has to write a song to save the world, so they decide to visit the future and take the song, which has already been written, from themselves. Their daughters, Thea and Billie (of course), are also there to help them on their excellent new quest.