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License to Drive

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Teenager Les Anderson thinks his life can't get any worse after he flunks his driver's exam, but he's wrong. When he decides to go for a night on the town with his friends, Les secretly steals his grandfather's immaculate 1972 Cadillac for the adventure, and here comes the worse.
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Flipside Movie Emporium
It's the two Coreys at the height of their popularity; make sure your children avert their eyes... by gouging them out if necessary.
July 27, 2002
New York Times
Anyone old enough to have a license is probably much too old to be amused by License to Drive.
May 20, 2003
TV Guide
Although the premise of getting or not getting a first driver's license is a solid-enough base for 90 minutes of teenage comedy, License To Drive misses the point on all counts.
August 06, 2007
Mountain Xpress (Asheville, NC)
It's got the two Coreys...need I say more?
July 30, 2002
Common Sense Media
Dated '80s teen comedy has car crashes, drinking, cursing.
January 24, 2017
Time Out
Everything you've ever hated about American teenagers, their music, money, fashion sense, their values, and most of all their pin-ups, in one auto-destructive movie.
February 09, 2006
Washington Post
About all that's worth noting is that the Caddy gets demolished and that the stars remain intact (though practically everyone will wish that it were the other way around).
January 01, 2000
Chicago Sun-Times
Up until about the halfway mark of this movie, I was having a very good time. Then, somehow, it ran out of energy.
January 01, 2000