You might not find this movie excellent. Perhaps you wouldn’t deem it bodacious. But once you’ve accepted the inanity of it all (just party on, dudes!) you might find yourself laughing at the tale of two dim-witted California teenagers who travel through time — in a phone booth — collecting historical figures for a school report. This is the Keanu Reeves (and that other guy) flick in which Napoléon goes bowling and enjoys a water park, Joan of Arc discovers aerobics, Ghengis Khan skateboards, Beethoven lets it rip at the music store and Socrates and Billy the Kid flirt with mall girls (“We’re from history”) before Freud, naturally, ruins the whole thing. A sequel, Bill & Ted’s Bogus Journey, came out in 1991.