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Driver's Ed Mutiny (2010)

Not Rated | | Adventure, Comedy, Drama | 22 February 2010 (USA)
Follows three teenagers from Chicago who hijack their driver's ed car and embark on a journey down Route 66 to get to Los Angeles.

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... Nick
Jillian Riley ... Cole
Kyle Miller ... Peter
John Snipes ... Mr. Jackson
Darryl Villacorta ... Sharky
Jeff Hutcheon ... Nick's Father
... Nick's Mother
Gail Riley ... Driver's Ed Teacher
... The Trucker
Cliffton A. Paul ... Oklahoma Policeman
Gina Milligan ... Cole's Mother
Michael Szos ... Los Angeles Policeman 1 / Lauren's Father
Marc Rossi ... Los Angeles Policeman 2
Terry Archer ... Rest Stop Father
Sandra Archer ... Rest Stop Mother
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Driver's Ed Mutiny follows three teenagers from the Chicago suburbs who, with no other options, end up hijacking their driver's ed car and embarking on a journey down the historic Route 66 to get to Los Angeles all for different personal reasons. Written by Anonymous

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When life's out of control, take the wheel.


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$20,000 (estimated)
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16:9 HD
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Wonderful coming of age movie...
3 June 2010 | by See all my reviews

This was a sweet movie about 3 teenagers who start out as awkward (including the acting) and self-centered, but find the strength in themselves and each other. Each of the characters evolves at a different pace and the underlying motives slowly unfold. As the characters evolve the story strengthens and builds. With nods to Breakfast Club, I enjoyed getting to know each of them. There were also wonderful comic breaks at unexpected times that pushed the story along while giving the audience a needed laugh. Touching ending and a movie I want to own. Well done without gratuitous language or behavior, this movie is appropriate for young teens and families.


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