Moving Violation

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"If you steal it, roll it and wreck it - you're a Moving Violation."
  • PG
  • 2011
  • 41 min
  • 5.4  (405)

Moving Violation is a 1976 action-thriller film that follows a young couple, Eddie Moore (Stephen McHattie) and Karen Johnson (Kay Lenz), who are on a road trip across America. They're driving a 1955 Chevy and are almost out of gas when they find themselves in a small town in the south. The town is run by corrupt officials, including the sheriff, who constantly harasses and intimidates the couple. They're eventually arrested on bogus charges and sent to a prison camp. The couple has to break out of prison and evade the law, which puts them in a series of dangerous and thrilling situations.

The movie is filled with thrilling car chases, gunfights, and scenes of the couple on the run. Along the way, they meet a variety of colorful characters who help them, including an elderly man named Sam (Eddie Albert), who owns a junkyard and becomes their ally. Sam provides them with the tools they need to modify their car, which becomes a weapon in their fight against the corrupt officials.

The film is set in the mid-1970s, and the vintage cars and music from that era give it a retro feel. There's a sense of rebellion and freedom in the movie, which is characteristic of the 1970s counterculture.

The acting in Moving Violation is solid, with Stephen McHattie delivering a convincing performance as the tough and resourceful Eddie. Kay Lenz also does a great job portraying the strong-willed Karen, who isn't afraid to fight back against the injustice they face. Eddie Albert is a standout as the eccentric and lovable Sam.

The movie was directed by Charles S. Dubin and written by Paul Greenberg. It was produced by Roger Corman and released by New World Pictures. The film's low budget is evident in some of the special effects, but it doesn't detract from the overall experience.

Moving Violation has some underlying themes about government corruption and small-town politics, which add depth to the story. It's a fun and entertaining movie that's sure to satisfy fans of action and thriller genres.

Overall, Moving Violation is a highly engaging movie that keeps viewers on the edge of their seat with its thrills and intense action sequences. The chemistry between the lead actors is palpable, and the retro feel of the film adds to its appeal. If you're a fan of car chases and action-packed thrillers, this film is definitely worth checking out.

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    5.4  (405)