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29th Jun '16 12:07:55 PM Mdumas43073
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29th Jun '16 12:02:36 PM Mdumas43073
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''Moving Violations'' is a 1985 comedy film notable for starring the lesser-known siblings of many famous actors, and being the film debut of Don Cheadle.

The film follows a group of people who, after being ticketed for numerous traffic violations, lose their licenses and have their vehicles impounded. They are ordered by Judge Nedra Henderson to attend a driving course program in order to get their licenses and their vehicles back. However, the assigned teacher for this course, Deputy Henry "Hank" Halik, is also conspiring with the judge in a plan to make sure these offenders fail miserably, and at any cost. This makes one of the drivers, landscaper Dana Cannon (John Murray), very suspicious and he enlists his fellow students to expose their plot to sell their impounded vehicles.

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''Moving Violations'' is a 1985 comedy film directed by Neal Israel (''Film/PoliceAcademy'', ''Film/BachelorParty''), notable for starring the lesser-known siblings of many famous actors, actors and for being the film debut of Don Cheadle.

Creator/DonCheadle.

The film follows a group of people who, after being ticketed for numerous traffic violations, lose their licenses and have their vehicles impounded. They are ordered by Judge Nedra Henderson (Sally Kellerman) to attend a driving course program in order to get their licenses and their vehicles back. However, the assigned teacher for this course, Deputy Henry "Hank" Halik, Halik (James Keach), is also conspiring with the judge in a plan to make sure these offenders fail miserably, and at any cost. This makes one of the drivers, landscaper Dana Cannon (John Murray), very suspicious and he enlists his fellow students to expose their plot to sell their impounded vehicles.vehicles.



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5th Feb '16 6:06:01 PM nombretomado
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* PacmanFever: The class had [[ArcadeGame arcade machines]] with ''VideoGame/PolePosition'' as ''driving simulators''.

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* PacmanFever: The class had [[ArcadeGame [[UsefulNotes/ArcadeGame arcade machines]] with ''VideoGame/PolePosition'' as ''driving simulators''.
26th Sep '15 8:13:42 PM tvinsomne
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* SexyDiscretionShot: Dana and Amy go to the NASA facilities and start making out in a weightlessness simulator. They undress (his shirt and her blouse, respectively), and then that pair of clothes ''start making out, too'', while floating, mimicking the unseen actions of the couple.
26th Sep '15 7:01:40 PM tvinsomne
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* TakeThatKiss: After Hank challenge Dana to a wrestling arms' match, the latter take this way, [[spoiler: and won]].
26th Sep '15 6:27:31 PM tvinsomne
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* PacmanFever: The class had [[ArcadeGame arcade machines]] with ''VideoGame/PolePosition'' as ''driving simulators''.
29th Aug '15 10:31:40 AM Sharlee
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* BrickJoke: One character, Wink, spends the whole film making gory horror-movie references and ''savoring'' gruesome safety-warning films like ''Blood on the Highway''. During the WhereAreTheyNowEpilogue drive-by, we finally see what sort of vehicle he'd been driving when he got sent to traffic school in the first place, and [[spoiler: it's a hearse, as Wink works in the funeral business]].



* WhereAreTheyNowEpilogue: The movie ends with the police commissioner driving past one cast member after another, all of them having been pulled over for yet another traffic violation. An on-screen caption proclaims that the lead character was sentenced to traffic school so many times that the county made him the instructor in desperation.

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* WhereAreTheyNowEpilogue: The movie ends with the police commissioner driving past one cast member after another, all of them having been pulled over for yet another traffic violation. An on-screen caption proclaims that the lead character was sentenced to traffic school so many times that the county made him the instructor in desperation. Who now passes ''everybody'' who takes the course.
28th Jul '15 8:36:04 PM foxley
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* EveryoneIsChasingYou: During the climactic chase scene, one of the characters runs through a convention of police chiefs and ends up with all of the attendees (in full uniform) chasing after them.

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* EveryoneIsChasingYou: EveryoneChasingYou: During the climactic chase scene, one of the characters runs through a convention of police chiefs and ends up with all of the attendees (in full uniform) chasing after them.
28th Jul '15 8:35:08 PM foxley
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* EveryoneIsChasingYou: During the climactic chase scene, one of the characters runs through a convention of police chiefs and ends up with all of the attendees (in full uniform) chasing after them.
23rd Mar '15 3:26:07 PM VicGeorge2011
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