Moving Violations Reviews
John Murray channels his brother Bill's smart-aleck coolness, mixes it with a little bit of Corey Feldman and ends up with a comfortably familiar character who takes it all in stride with a quip.
Jennifer Tilly, in her very first lead performance on the big screen, plays a ditzy NASA rocket scientist who forgets her glasses are already on her face.
Neal Israel, writer of 'Police Academy', sticks to the same formula here, providing a group of lovable losers including; a nearly blind elderly lady, a single father of two, and a horror film buff- and the plot revolves around them working together to stick it to 'the man' (Keach) that wants to sell their cars at auction and take away their driver's licenses.
The film was surprisingly entertaining, though often ridiculous. A perfect movie for fans of "Summer School", "Meatballs", and the aforementioned "Police Academy".
If your into curios and obscure (and not so obscure) comedy character actors, this is the one for you. A niche market to say the least, but still a fun watch.
"Sit down before I mold your face into an ashtray."
"See, all you had to do was ask nicely."