Moving Violations (1985)

PG-13   |    |  Comedy


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The goofy students of a remedial drivers education class find themselves butting heads with their abusive police instructors.


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30 October 2003 | tfrizzell
Violating the Laws of Good Movie-Making.
Funny, but completely stupid and near worthless film has a group of oddballs being sentenced to traffic school by a crooked judge (Sally Kellerman). Naturally the teacher of the class ends up being motorcycle cop jerk James Keach (who was the one to ticket most of the miscreants). What no one counted on was trouble-maker John Murray (Bill's real-life younger brother) disrupting Keach and Kellerman's plans to sell confiscated vehicles illegally. Others in the class include Jennifer Tilly (in a very early role), Brian Backer and Fred Willard. Not much substance here stalls "Moving Violations" real quick. The thrill disappears within the first 10 minutes and what we are left with are "Police Academy"-styled routines. Watch for Don Cheadle (of "Traffic" fame) as a worker at a fast food restaurant drive-through window. 2 stars out of 5.

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Opening Weekend USA:

$3,469,488 21 April 1985

Gross USA:

$10,627,754

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$10,627,754

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