PG-13 | | Action, Comedy, Crime
Elwood must reunite the old band, with a few new members, and go on another "Mission from God."
John Landis and Dan Aykroyd were reportedly very unhappy with the changes the studio forced onto the film, even coming close to quitting the project. Afterwards Landis made the independent movie, Susan's Plan (1998), as a way to cleanse his palate.
Seeing as we're kinda like step-brothers, I thought maybe you could help me out.
Cab Chamberlain: How could I do that?
Elwood Blues: I need $500 for this car, see? And I thought maybe you could, you know, loan me the money... OR...
Cab Chamberlain: "OR" what?
Elwood Blues: I'm thinking of putting the band back...
In the scene with Wilson Pickett singing "634-5789" in the phone sex office, the computers and phones are not plugged in.
The cast sings several rhythm & blues songs as the credits roll.
$6,129,615 (USA) (8 February 1998)
$13,979,599 (USA) (22 March 1998)
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