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Choice Chance Control (1987)

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Michael Richards plays a guy who wants to know why his auto insurance keeps going up, even though he crashes into cars in front of and behind him when parallel parking on the way in to his ... See full summary »

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Michael Richards plays a guy who wants to know why his auto insurance keeps going up, even though he crashes into cars in front of and behind him when parallel parking on the way in to his insurance company, where they make him play a game about insurance costs that takes him through bizarre reenactments of history to explain his problem. Written by Scott Andrew Hutchins <scottandrewh@comcast.net>

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A must see for all Seinfeld and Richards lovers
1 December 2004 | by (Minnesota, USA) – See all my reviews

I saw this movie in 8th grade economics class and fell in love with it. Primarily because I am a Seinfeld fan, but also because it is very entertaining for an educational film. It is in all reality a bad movie, but when you look at the educational film market, it is a classic. It is a very bizarre film, recreating history with auto insurance mixed in. Also, it includes a scene of Victor (Michael Richards) in the beginning parking his car. The same exact scene was later done in Seinfeld. It is quite a coincidence. Anyway, I recommend you see this movie if you enjoy Michael Richards and/or Seinfeld, or not because of its great educational value and entertainment.


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