License to Drive
Teenager Les Anderson thinks his life can't get any worse after he flunks his driver's exam, but he's wrong. Even though he didn't receive his license, Les refuses to break his date with the cool Mercedes Lane, and he decides to lift his family's prize luxury car for the occasion. Unfortunately, Mercedes sneaks some booze along and passes out drunk, and a confused Les makes the bad decision of enlisting his rebellious friend, Dean, to help.
- Stars:Corey Haim, Corey Feldman, Carol Kane, Richard Masur, Heather Graham, Michael Manasseri, Harvey Miller, Michael A. Nickles, Nina Siemaszko, Grant Goodeve, James Avery, Grant Heslov, Michael Ensign, Helen Hanft, Christopher Burton,
- Director:Greg Beeman,
- Writer:Neil Tolkin
Teenager Les Anderson thinks his life can't get any worse after he flunks his driver's exam, but he's wrong. When he decides to go for a night on the town with his friends, Les secretly steals his grandfather's immaculate 1972 Cadillac for the adventure, and here comes the worse. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
License to Drive torrent reviews
(fr) wrote: Watched this last night without watching the trailer or reading the synopsis and I would say that is the best way to watch it. Enjoyed it much more than expected. Fairly gritty, some known British Drama faces, enjoyed the performance of the main character.
(es) wrote: I now why people hate this movie but it's ok to me as a movie
(de) wrote: Harsh reviews on this page from the pros. Not a major flick, but well done and worth watching.
(ca) wrote: The conclusion to the Firefly show, Serenity gives a satisfying ending where Summer Glau shines. Chiwetel Eijiofor is a great addition as an antagonist to the crew.
(kr) wrote: Great characters and a funny script kind of make you forget how dumb the plot is. Highlights (for me) included Allison Janney as Mrs. Perky and Julia Stiles drunken dance to Notorious B.I.G.'s 'Hypnotize.'
(au) wrote: Honestly, the best response I can offer to this film is the classic Internet line "What is this I don't even." It's an early sound film from the German master filmmaker Fritz Lang, and as weird as his classics M and Metropolis are, this film is definitely weirder. The overstuffed, confusing plot involves a psychic criminal mastermind who commands an "empire of crime" from within his cell in the mental asylum and is able to possess other people and, later, appear as a ghost. There's also a lot of shooting, and a factory burning down, and a room flooding with water, and a bomb that takes three hours to go off for some reason. It's possibly the weirdest film I've seen from the 1930s. I don't really know what else to say about it.
(br) wrote: keeps Orly quiet. now watched this movie umpteen times in last few weeks