Watched the movie on Friday and very much enjoyed it. It's nice to see that Bill and Ted remain the same dumb but lovable and optimistic characters they've always been. No 21st century jadedness there. They both slipped back into the role, with Alex Winter (who was also a producer on this film) seeming like he never left.
After watching more than my share of unlikeable kids on various TV shows (Power and Ozark come to mind), Billie and Thea are a breath of fresh air. Not only are like likeable but they actually get along with their fathers. The "Little Bill and Little Ted" retcon was clever. Brigitte Lundy-Paine does a but if I had any complaint about the two, I wish they had given them more of a personality separate from their dads. Enjoyed their trips through time and of course hell.
Great seeing William Sadler back as Death and I was amused that Death's fallout with the band came as a result of lawsuits. Nice to see some familiar faces as well like Ted's dad and the various new actors/characters/historical figures add to the fun.
I didn't particularly like the retcon of Bill and Ted not coming up with the song that save the universe (LOL that they didn't even bother with lyrics for it) but then again, a lot of singers don't write their own material and they were still needed to finish things off.
Very fun movie and it's very easy to slip back into the Bill and Ted world. What I find fascinating too is that even though Old Bill and Ted are technically villains, this franchise has never been a villain-based one. It's about Bill and Ted stumbling across time in a fun and ludicrous way.