Meet Arlo Pear! He's a family man with a loving wife, a rebellious daughter, twin sons, and a half-dead dog, he's also got a nice job with the city in New Jersey. He's a mass transit engineer. But one day Arlo is fired so he must try to get another job. He finds a similar one to his old one, except it's in Boise, Idaho. Sounds good to Arlo, so he can finally get away from his insane neighbor who has a lawn mower the size of Pennsylvania. Only problem, how to break it to the family? The decision is soon made: they're moving. Now they've got to sell their house which has hilarious results, so now they need to get movers. Two former cons now movers show up with King Kong Bundy. Now, they gotta find a new house in Idaho. They soon find their dream house, so they return to New Jersey and head off to Boise. Arlo hires a man (Dana Carvey) to drive his SAAB to Idaho, not knowing he's a man of eight personalities. And if that isn't bad enough, their new house is not what they expected, and ...
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The movie that packs lots of laughs.
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Richard Pryor's last solo starring vehicle. See more
The moving van, as it careens into the street where the Pear's house is located, tramples a small red tricycle, then drags it along. A wire can be seen pulling the smashed tricycle up alongside the wheel housing of the van, holding it in place. See more
Well choke my chicken! Your name's Pear right? You lived next door to Frank, am I right?
Small world ain't it?
Frank says you're a real asshole and if you fuck with me, I'll kill you, you understand?
The movie's opening title consist of the words speeding in from the right of the screen and crashing together before straightening out at the end. See more
Spoofs The Road Warrior
Written, Performed and Produced by Ollie E. Brown See more