This new movie from Chris Cashman brings together a true rainbow coalition of nut cases and sweethearts in madcap, romantic, sweet collisions that are consistently entertaining and satisfying. Who knew that the real America was to be found just around the corner, in the parking lot of a mega-store? From the Gen-X mover-and-shaker, to the Asian fussbudget, to the zany bag lady, to the careless West Hollywood couple, to the Valley rednecks, to the disgruntled employees - everybody's got a gripe and an attitude and an eye on somebody else's parking place. Cashman melds each silly element and deepens the stakes when we learn that every cart jockey is serving his time in Purgatory. Here on earth, in a parking lot. Move over Spike Lee, CARTS has wheels!!
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