Yep, i'm speaking of none other than that movie with Charlie Sheen where he kidnaps bratty Kristy Swanson and they spend the rest of the film driving hell bent through LA in her stolen cherry red sports car with cop Henry Rollins hot on their heels. I'll say it now, I like this movie. It's incredibly simplistic and even a bit stupid, but I like it. It's aged well, mostly because of all those Wildest Police Videos shows that cropped up, the film is a funny commentary on all those shows I think. It's just a wild ride with all sorts of crazy charactors, like that kid in the conveniant store "Thar she blows!!!", Laura Palmers dad from Twin Peaks turning in a manic performance as Dalton Voss, father of Swansons charactor and all around jerk, and we can't forget Flea and Anthony Keidis from The Red Hot Chilli Peppers now can we? I like the films photography and manic energy, it almost has a Jan Debont-ish quality to the editing and film style, similar to Speed, but that's where the similarities between the two films end I think. It's not a classic by any stretch of the imagination, but it's a good enough time waster. Anyone else dare to speak up for fear of ridicule?