Confessions of a Driving Instructor

Confessions of a Driving Instructor

Timothy Lea and his brother-in-law Sidney decide upon opening a driving school as their latest get-rich-quick scheme. Though he sincerely wants to teach, young Timmy finds that his female students are far more interested in keeping their eyes on him than on the road.

The sexual misadventures of Timothy Lea and his brother-in-law Sidney Noggett when they set up a driving school business. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Craig P (us) wrote: I decided to list all of the big snake movies I've seen. Almost every single one of them suck. [center]Python[/center]Python was actually the first b-movie that I've ever seen. It starts out with a lesbian sex scene and ends with a snake being killed in a factory. The CGI really sucks but I just loved the fight on the playground in front of the kids. This movie is a real stinker.[center][color=darkorange]King Cobra[/color][/center] [color=#ff9900][font=Tahoma][font=Verdana][size=2]Who names a snake Seth? I liked how the snake looked but once again, not enough killing and too boring a story. It didn't make any sense as it plodded through the motions. Man that snake looked cool![/size][/font][/font][/color][center][color=#ff9900][font=Tahoma][font=Verdana][size=2]Boa[/size][/font][/font][/color][/center] [color=#ff9900][font=Tahoma][font=Verdana][size=2]Giant prehistoric snake in Antarctic prison. That's it. Nothing else really happens. Oh the snake did attack the plane at the end and that was cool. This is just too boring of a movie.[/size][/font][/font][/color][center][color=#ff9900][font=Tahoma][font=Verdana][size=2]Python II[/size][/font][/font][/color][/center] [color=#ff9900][font=Tahoma][font=Verdana][size=2]It gets credit for having the stupidest leading character, an ex-pitcher who killed someone with a fastball. It is just the same as the first movie. The snake is never in the picture with a person. The scenery is the same as Dragon Fighter because it is the exact same place. It's amazing how :SPOILER: two snakes can fit in such a tiny box. Oh and a survivor of the first one is now a bad guy in this one. Genius![/size][/font][/font][/color][center][color=#ff9900][font=Tahoma][font=Verdana][size=2]Silent Preadators[/size][/font][/font][/color][/center][left][color=#ff9900][font=Tahoma][font=Verdana][size=2]Wow! A mine full of rattlesnakes. How is that silent? Oh and the stunt snakes are Ball Pythons and other harmless snakes. I was laughing histerically at this, but it sucked.[/size][/font][/font][/color][/left]

David L (au) wrote: Horrible movie. Quality in all areas, acting, script, directing, editing, filming, are only slightly better than a home movie and no where close to the quality you get in a day time soap. The aunt may have been an actress with some experience, but the rest of the cast has obviously never acted before.

Jose R (au) wrote: Guilty pleasure. B.

Heather M (au) wrote: The movie ends exactly where it begins and makes the whole thing a waste of time.

Richard T (de) wrote: You don't have to love Rush to love this doc. The band is smart, self-aware, and humble, and the film itself is beautifully executed documentary that never lets up. An exceptional look behind the curtain at a mysterious band, the creative process, and the music business.

Andrew P (nl) wrote: An amazingly funny film about radicalization.

Evan D (fr) wrote: in my top 5 films of all time.this little, relaxing film is beautiful in every aspect from the music that floats onto the air to the pin prick performances.i would recomend it to EVERYONE!

Sarah K (nl) wrote: Not one of Sandy's best movies but I still found it funny

Jeff L (nl) wrote: Don't watch this on weekend, especially with friends! unless you love to criticize and comment every scene. It would bring up some funny talk but the movie itself is boring, weird, and... ewh.

Tim G (fr) wrote: This starts out as the story of Hana/Eliska. At first her exile into the remote Zelary seems like a nightmare. But she gradually discovers the virtues of this tiny village, as well as the simple, honest man that has brought her there. And as the film develops, it becomes less about her and more about the village as a whole. The characters in this film all feel really genuine and charming. When they laughed, I found myself laughing along with them, as if I were there. The performances, the dialogue and excellent cinematography come together to create individuals who all feel very real and natural. It does drag on a good deal more than it probably needed to, but this movie isn't really about partaking of the story so much as enjoying the company of its setting and the people in it. So a little rambling is forgivable. Definitely worth seeing and enjoying, but not something to sit down to lightly.

Heather M (es) wrote: A beautiful story that I wish had a happier ending. At least the rotten king gets what is coming to him in the end.

Cody C (mx) wrote: Big dip from the first one. Aspects do work, and there's even an interesting Tarantino-esque part where the protagonist and antagonist get drunk together and talk, which is kinda interesting, but basically this movie sucks. The script is bad but really it's the fault of the leads. Warwick does the best he can with the material, but the male and female leads certainly do not. They are wooden and awful, the actress especially. With better actors, this could've been pretty good.

Roberto B (kr) wrote: Titolo italiano: Pauline alla spiaggia

John A (jp) wrote: The First Film In This Series Of 6, Is The Origin Of The Lone Wolf And Cub & The Events On Which Led Them To Choose The Path Of The Assassin. Though For It Being Made In The 70's It Features Some Of The Hollywood Films Today. This Slow But Entertaining Film Is Excellently Made, With My Only Criticism Being The Blood Being A Bit Too Bright In Colour. A Great Film Based On The Comic Series Of The Same Name.

Patrick C (es) wrote: Some good twists and turns and some great lines. The acting was pretty good as well, except when George Peppard slipped in and out of his accent. The worst part for me? Watching them parade around in US tanks and halftracks and pretending they were German.

Everett W (kr) wrote: Ahhh the hated by most loved by a few New Line Cinema offering in the Friday The 13th franchise. Seeking to breathe new life into proceedings New Line take the gamble of going down a body jumping possession route reminiscent of Wes Cravens Shocker, whilst adding in a family element similar to the Halloween sequels. The result feels like a cheese filled funeral service for 80's slashers and it works to an extent as a stand alone slasher film, it is an enjoyable watch, however as a Friday The 13th film it fails to deliver what fans of the franchise want to see. It's other crime is the music it makes it feel like a cheap made for TV movie which was New Lines style at the time, check out Freddy's Dead The Final Nightmare for an equally bad score. Kane Hodder appearing as a security guard / victim is a nice insider nod to the fans as is the bounty hunter Creighton Duke's nod to quint from Jaws. Definitely worth a watch for some tongue in cheek slasher fun but not the greatest Friday.

Chris S (nl) wrote: Based on Joyce Carol Oate's classic short story "Where are you going, Where have you Been?", comes a disturbing drama of a womanizing killer told through the point of view of one of his victims. A superb performance by a very young and hot Laura Dern who plays the girlfriend and later victim of Arnold Friend, played by a somewhat convincing Treat Williams who pulled as much skeletons out of the closet to bring this role to life but in the end didn't pull enough out.