Directed by Neal Israel
A Crash Course in Traffic School! A charming smartass (John Murray, Scrooged), a spacey rocket scientist (Jennifer Tilly, Bride of Chucky), a nebbish puppeteer (Brian Backer, Fast Times At Ridgemont High), a terminal hypochondriac (Wendie Jo Sperber, Bachelor Party), an auto 'doctor' (Fred Willard, A Mighty Wind) and other challenged citizens, all have their licenses suspended and sentenced to traffic school. But when a vengeful traffic cop (James Keach, National Lampoon’s Vacation) and a crooked judge (Sally Kellerman, Back to School) plot to sell everyone's impounded cars, the class hits the gas with their own plan for high-speed payback on a road full of Moving Violations. Neal Israel (Police Academy) directed and co-wrote this hilarious comedy with Pat Proft (Real Genius), based on a story by Paul and Sharon Boorstin (Fire with Fire).
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