If you're familiar with many of the clichés of the early 1990's, then you'll probably appreciate the film's sharp sense of humour, even if the writing tends to get a little bogged down by a few clichés that the film can't quite shake off. The story itself is very straightforward and quickly paced, and this pace seems to be quite comfortable. The characters are quite well-played, if mainly because their performance fits the kind of hard rock culture that the film unashamedly revels in. Of course, what should ultimately matter is the humour. The film's oddball style of humour - combination of memorable catch-phrases, pop culture references and sharp wit - frequently brings out laughs in a way few other films can. The film tends to come across as a bit moronic, but in the case of Wayne's World, that's the point. It's a bit dumb, but it works, and it's certainly a catchy film that has aged quite well.