Lakeview Community Partnership (LCP) is showing a matinee movie “Bill and Ted Face the Music” on Sunday, Aug. 29, at the Alger Theater with the movie beginning at 3 p.m.
The movie is a sequel to the popular Bill and Ted movies that came out in the late 1980s and early 1990s, which featured two slackers from southern California who use a time machine in the form of a phone box to not only pass a history class at their high school, but to help unite the world with a song the two write.
In “Bill and Ted Face the Music” the two slacker dudes are now fathers in marriages that are on the rocks and they still have yet to write the song that will unite the world. They are quickly running out of time, as they approach middle age and their careers are at a standstill.
Bill and Ted use the time traveling phone booth to travel to see their future selves and get the song from them, but learn that their future selves did not write the song and their future selves blame their past selves for the failure of their marriages and careers.
Bill and Ted’s daughters — Billie and Theodora — travel to bring back the world’s great musicians to perform the song, but are inadvertently killed by a robot from the future and sent to hell. Learning that their daughters are in hell, Bill and Ted travel to hell to rescue them from Death, whom the duo outfoxed in the movie “Bill and Ted’s Bogus Adventure.” Now with everyone reunited and back on Earth it is a race to perform the song to unite the world or watch all of reality collapse. The movie is rated PG-13.
General admission is $5, and the doors open at 2:30 p.m. with the movie beginning at 3 p.m. Curbside concessions will be available from 2:45 – 4 p.m.
The Alger Theater is located at 24 S. F St., Lakeview.
For more information call 541-944-8176.