Inspired by the real story of a feisty young man determined to convince his scatterbrained brother to teach him how to drive.
Every culture has its rite of passage. Our is called a driver's license.
Did You Know?
The brother's hero car is a 1977 Toyota FJ40 named Bruce in real life as well as in the film. The name was inspired by both Spielberg's mechanical shark used in Jaws (which was named after his attorney) which functioned about as reliably as this car and by Batman's alter-ego, Bruce Wayne. Director R.E.Stevens' entire family, including his son-in-law Brian, the owner of the car are all big fans of both Jaws and Batman and call themselves the "Batsharks". See more
Production Coordinator Melissa Stevens was the inspiration for several of the humorous expletives Red proclaims and is additionally credited as "Profanity Wrangler" See more
Written by 'Roderick E. Stevens Jr.'
Performed by 'Wake Up Joel' See more