PG | | Comedy, Drama
A couple of high school grads spend one final night cruising the strip with their buddies before they go off to college.
Ironically, Harrison Ford's character drives a Chevrolet.
Hey, what do you say, Curt? Last night in town... you guys gonna have a little bash before you leave?
Steve Bolander: The Moose have been looking for you all day.
Steve Bolander: They got worried... thought you were trying to avoid them or something.
Terry Fields: What is it? What do ya got?
Curt Henderson: Oh...
When Terry finds Steve's car after it was stolen earlier, he mentions that the thieves must have taken the keys and he tries to hot-wire it. Later he drives into Mel's with the car and Steve comes and takes the car from Terry without any mention of the keys being found, the keys given back to Terry or Steve by the thieves, or of Steve having another set of keys. And if it was hot-wired back to Mel's, why did Steve not make any mention of the car running without keys?
Worded epilogues prior to the credits shows what happen to the characters following the movie. While this has since become commonplace in films, it was considered innovative at the time.
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