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Tuesday, January 6, 2015

Whoa! 'Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure' screens at Enzian for free

Posted By on Tue, Jan 6, 2015 at 12:58 PM

Enzian’s Wednesday Night Pitcher Show is one of those great things about living in Orlando. Not only do you get to enjoy fun and interesting movies al fresco beneath the stars in beautiful weather, but you get to do it on the cheap. Wednesday is a particularly good time with radical time trip Bill’s & Ted’s Excellent Adventure


Watch serious actor Keanu Reeves (Ted) in the outstanding role he’s tried to live down ever since. Alex Winter plays sidekick Bill alongside dearly departed George Carlin as the most excellent guardian angel, Rufus, who guides them as they zip through history in their time-traveling phone booth. Watch as our heroes not only form a future supergroup (Wyld Stallyns rule!), but also meet and befriend some of history’s most influential personalities with a slam-dunk history report.

Head over to Eden Bar for some bodacious food and radical cocktails, then take in some Jell-o shot movie trivia before the show. Parking is tricky in the modestly sized Enzian parking lot, but $3 valet is available and you can show your valet stub to get free popcorn. If you prefer to park yourself, free parking is also available at First Watch and State Farm across the street. Like every Wednesday Night Pitcher Show, this event is free and open to the public. Excellent!

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