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Tom Zoerner <Tom.Zoerner@informatik.uni-erlangen.de>
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Excellent comedy about the mishaps that can happen as a teenager whether or not you have a driver's license
LICENSE TO DRIVE, in my opinion, is an excellent comedy about the mishaps that can happen as a teenager whether or not you have a driver's license! I thought that Miss Hellberg (Helen Hanft) was an absolute bitch! You'd have to have seen this movie if you want to know why. On the other hand, every mishap that occurred after Les (Corey Haim) took the test and wrecked his grandfather's car was absolutely hilarious. Also, I thought that Mercedes (Heather Graham) was a very pretty young lady. Before I wrap this up, I'd like to say that everyone was ideally cast, the direction was flawless, and production design was spectacular, and the performances were top-grade. Now, in conclusion, I highly recommend this excellent comedy about the mishaps that can happen as a teenager whether or not you have a driver's license! I guarantee you you'll enjoy it.
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