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Plot: The goofy students of a remedial drivers education class find themselves butting heads with their abusive police instructors. Runtime: 90 mins Release Date: 19 Apr 1985
This is the funniest movie I have ever seen in my life. I have never laughed so hard at a movie in my life. The movie is so stupid that it is hilarious. The characters are unforgettable and they all fit in well together to make this movie so funny. The jokes in this movie are brilliant and the acting is excellent. This is the most underrated comedy and I recommend it to anyone who wants to have some good laughs. The old lady who can't see and the hypochondriac are probably the funniest characters but Dana is really funny also. I can recite most of this movie cause I have watched it over <more>
and over again. This movie is still funny no matter how many times you watch it.
One of the funniest movies i've ever seen. Laugh out loud funny.The only way you wouldn't enjoy this movie is if you're some stuck up elitist prick who only likes movies with subtitles or lame crap that the Oscar's usually gush over.If you actually have a sense of humor you will bust a gut while watching this movie, especially the big chase scene at the end.Decent Cast with Jennifer Tilly, Stacy Keech, Sally Kellerman, Fred Willard and starring Bill Murray's brother!Great 80's flick, if i had to compare it to another movie, i'd say Mark Harmon's 80's flick <more>
I can't tell you how much I enjoyed this movie. I have it on tape and watch it at least 3 times a week. I thought John Murray and the whole cast was hilarious!!! I loved his character--Dana Cannon. I hope I get the chance to meet him one day. It was a great performance of everyone in this funny movie!
Great for funny quotes (by benmattjenn)
My father accidently recorded this from TV about 7 or 8 years ago. Since then my brother and I have seen it multiple times and introduced it to many a grateful friend. Ollie my bro and I can recreate entire scenes of this fantastic comedy and regularly refer to it to express ourselves in every day life. It sounds sad, but for people that haven't seen it, it is difficult to explain the appeal and happiness that this movie brings. It's just unfortunate that I cannot buy an original copy in the UK. My search will continue, aided by quotes; "You guys are nutty"..."Now sit <more>
down before I mould your face into an ashtray"..."Will there be any of those handy cooking tips. Like what to do with those darn holiday left overs".
The goofy students of a remedial drivers education class find themselves butting heads with their abusive police instructors.I had never heard of this film until 2017 when it was brought to my attention by Rue Morgue magazine. This is rather odd, because Rue Morgue is completely horror-themed, and "Moving Violations" is not, but they wanted to call attention to the horror fan who was in the traffic school.Overall, this is a comedy much funnier than others that are better known. John Murray is as good as his older brother, for example. And Jennifer Tilly is great, despite my not <more>
really knowing who she was until long after this film came out. How was I not aware of her so much sooner?
John Murray + Traffic School Tons Of Laughs (by buckikris)
The first time I saw this movie I was in 7th grade. I watched it at my cousins house back in 85 on cable. My cousin asked me who does the lead guy remind you of. I said I don't know should I? He looked at me with huge eyes "BILL MURRAY" DUH. It took me awhile, wow he does; John Murray has his moves down to a T. At the time I didn't know Bill Murray had brother's; my bad. This comedy is excellent, a group of repeat traffic offenders sentenced to traffic school, in order to get their license back. Dana Cannon John Murray leads this group, to the traffic school from hell. <more>
This movie is full of funny scenes, here are some. There is Wink Ned Eisenberg who is a horror fanatic/psycho. One of the scenes they have to watch When Blood Spills on The Highway. An older guy who is setting next to Dana is glued to this video. Dana checks his pulse and beats his chest to see if he is O.K.. The older man is fixated to the movie; and it does make you wonder if he's in a coma or worse. When they get out to drive in groups Dana is stuck with Mrs. Houlk, the older lady. When she blows the light and lands on the RR tracks the car stalls. A train is coming and the car won't start. Everybody gets out; and Dana realizes Houlk is still in the car. Dana comes to her aid and the rest follow except Deputy Halik. He is scared straight. The only thing that works is pushing the car off the tracks. Once off the tracks the car gets totaled by a semi. When they all come back they realize Deputy Halik was so scared he wet his pants. This last best laugh is when Judge Henderson Sally Kellerman and Deputy Halik are having fun at her place. Dana and Co. cook up a scheme to get the ledger back ;and fix Halik's car so it is so messed up he will not be able to catch them. They get the ledger take it to the chief where Halik and Henderson are arrested. They were going to milk the County and city of money, from the selling of the students vehicles. Dana and crew get their revenge, they all pass the class. No sooner did they get their license back they all get pulled over; and the chief is like OMG. In closing Dana Cannon is sentenced to traffic school 5 more times. The County eventually makes him the instructor out of desperation ; and nobody fails the class under him. This movie is full of laughs from beginning to end. The plot very simple, traffic school, instructors from hell, and a corrupt judge. I recommend it to anyone who loves classic comedies. They just don't make them like this anymore, usually if a Murray is involved you can't go wrong : .THX, Kris L. CocKayne
Not sure why John Murray didn't do more films - he definitely should have, and hopefully he will do some in the future. True, his acting style is similar to his older brother Bill's, but he's individual enough that he coulda made it big. "Moving Violations" is good. Not great, but it was pretty well directed and it's got its strengths. Actually, it made it into theaters only six months after it was written and filmed - if anything, I'd say that they should have gone back and rewritten and polished up a few things. The plot does get stretched a bit thin over the <more>
course of the movie...the best parts come in the beginning and middle. The ending is pretty limp and the whole Judge Henderson/Deputy Halik sexcapade and ensuing car chase sequence just gets boring with all the boffo antics. The character of Scott the Puppeteer, played by Brian Backer Rat of "Fast Times at Ridgemont High" doesn't develop as well as it should have, and the chick who plays his love interest wasn't written well at all - BUT, Backer's star scene near the beginning with the puppet stage rolling down the hill is a total gut-buster. Despite these few problems, there are enough good gags and Murray definitely keeps the movie afloat. Jennifer Tilly is superb as Amy Hopkins the nimrod rocket scientist. James Keach, Wendie Jo Sperber who had just done "Back to the Future" , Ned Eisenberg, and Nedra Volz all contribute a lot of positive energy, making "Moving Violations" one of those 'so bad, it's good' movies.
This is an excellent movie for people that are looking looking for some light entertainment. This movie supplies it, with abundance. Some of the silliness was very entertaining. Like the scene where Wendie Jo Sperber mistook Fred Willard for an MD, He was a car mechanic , and got all undressed for an examination. When Fred Willard looked up, and say Wendie. The pipe, he smoked, fell out of his mouth.The cast did an excellent job of depicting their characters. I've always enjoyed the efforts of Fred Willard, and Wendie Jo Sperber, and Jennifer Tilly. Sally Kellerman, as the crooked judge <more>
was a riot.The scene when she was frantically trying to extricate herself from her predicament after being exposed, as a crook, was a particularly memorable scene also.I enjoyed this movie very much.
One of the best comedies you've never heard of ............. (by merklekranz)
If you would like to wow your friends with a 1980s comedy that they probably have never heard of, then look no further than "Moving Violations". This movie has a cast of pedigreed comedians, including Fred Willard, Jennifer Tilly, and Sally Kerrerman. The lead goes to John Murray, brother of Bill Murray. His performance is far from unique, as it clearly mimics Bill Murray and John Belushi. In fact "Moving Violations" has certain scenes that seem to have been influenced by "Animal House, and "The Blues Brothers". Overlook these minor annoyances and be <more>
mesmerized by the rapid fire gags which make time fly by with maximum laughs. If you admire any of the above films or actors, this is a must see. - MERK