The Flying Car (2002)

flying car “You shoulda paid a lawyer to look over the contract.” – Randall

Number of Times Seen – 1 (20 Jun 2016)

Brief Synopsis – On their way to work one day, Dante and Randal discuss the possibility of a flying car.

My Take on it – This is the first time I saw this film and actually also the first time I’d even heard of it.

It was really great to revisit these characters that Kevin Smith created years earlier especially since he once again gave them amazing dialogue for their scene.

My main complaint about this movie is that it’s too short.

I would have been quite happy to spend even more time listening to these characters.

I personally have no problem with crass, juvenile or inappropriate dialogue, but this movie proves that Kevin Smith and his View Askew crew could make a funny and engaging movie while keeping it clean.

Bottom Line – Great to revisit these characters along with Smith’s amazing dialogue. Too bad this movie is so short tho because it would have been nice to watch the conversation go on even longer. Also proves that crass and juvenile humor isn’t always needed to make things work in the View Askew world. Recommended!

MovieRob’s Favorite Trivia – First original short film ever commissioned by The Tonight Show. (From IMDB)

Rating – Globe Worthy


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