Crash Course

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Released 1988

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Director:
Oz Scott
Released:
1988
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Crash Course is a 1988 made-for-tv comedy brought to you by prolific director Oz Scott (The Jeffersons, Bustin' Loose, The Cheetah Girls, American Dreams). The film follows a distraught and recently divorced man named Larry (Charles Robinson) as he takes on the difficult task of teaching high school kids how to drive. The unruly teenagers assigned to him - an Asian freestyler named Kichi (B.D. Wong), a jock named J.J. (Nathan Dyer), and a stuck up bimbo named Vanessa (Alyssa Milano) - are just the beginning of his worries. Larry is also pressured incessantly by the school's principal (Ray Walston) to teach his students to the best of his ability. Last but certainly not least is an overpowering woman named Edna (Jack'e Harry) who judges his every decision as a teacher. This classic is guaranteed to leave you laughing out loud and doubled over in pure amusement. A must-see for all those interested in reminiscing on youth during the 80's.

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