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The most famous, and ecstatic, sequence in “Wayne’s World” consists of nothing more than the pie-eyed metal-head stoners Wayne (Mike Myers) and Garth (Dana Carvey), along with a few pals, rocking out to “Bohemian Rhapsody” in their car, singing and playing air guitar, air drums, air everything. Queen’s legendary art-rock epic is, of course, one of the most eccentric songs in rock history: a lyrical heavy-metal suite that’s at once a ballad, a modernist opera, and a head-banging orgy. Yet the weirdest thing about it is that a song that takes enough twists and turns to make “Stairway to Heaven” sound like “Tutti Frutti” could ever have become an anthem for teenagers. The “Wayne’s World” sequence captures, as nothing else in movies has, the inner credo of every bedroom head-banger: “I play along, therefore I am.”

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