"A giddy homage to testosterone-induced blindness: Hudgens's first is so much fun that it's easy to forget how difficult it is to portray decent people acting like morons with an artfulness sufficient to transform it into boneheaded genius."
Cars and the damage a man, with them, can do to himself, his women, and his good name lie at the center of this deceptively funny—okay, hilarious—coming-of-legal-incarceration-ager.
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