Tuesday, September 06, 2011

3 MINUTE CRASH COURSE

A driving instructor attempts to turn a group of misfits into responsible, road-worthy individuals in this 80's TV movie.

17 comments :

closedmouth said...

Dante you are a mensch.

Anonymous said...

I think those crazy kids are going to make it...well, except for that cement truck driving girl...and the rapping asian...

Rube Goldberg said...

Dude, that movie rocks. It's streaming on Netflix and is totes worth the price of admission. Also, Jackee.

mellowcheddar said...

NOBODY here is gonna mention that this fine piece of cinema has Tina Yothers of "Family Ties" fame in the cast? (1:00) Guess I'll point it out. She probably IS driving a cement truck right now.

Anonymous said...

holy shit that's B.D. Wong!

Anonymous said...

I thought that looked like Tina Yothers.

For 80s movies, this is still a much better portrayal of Asians than Long Duck Dong in 16 Candles. This guy seems... almost... human.

Mr. Tastee said...

"This character needs a goal. She wants to drive a...cement truck. We're definitely getting an emmy for this."

cotard said...

I didn't know B.D. Wong could rap so well.

Caleb said...

If the 80's taught us anything, it is the importance of Driver's Ed. That and all Asian guys are cowboy MCs with mad dance floor skills. I miss Reagan's America.

Ravenhallow said...

Holy hell I am now in love with B.D. Wong.

Derwood Morris said...

Is the name of that movie 'Everything is Terrible'?

Anonymous said...

Holy smokes, this movie is a time capsule of 80's TV stars: Alyssa Milano, Tina Yothers, Jackee, that guy from Night Court, that kid from ALF, and that lady from Small Wonder.

Oh, and that football guy.

Anonymous said...

saw this on Hulu a few years back. it's probably still up there.

Brandon Stocks said...

Id rather get kicked in the nuts than have to sit through this whole movie. But Tina Yothers, thats a blast from the past.

chargeman said...

Mac!

Anonymous said...

Oh man. I watched this movie because I loved Summer School, and it had all those tv stars. and rapping.

emily said...

my favorite part is the eccentric foreign student