Cinema: Hot Car


Directed by Matthew Robbins

Screenplay by Hal Barwood and Matthew Robbins

To enjoy Corvette Summer it helps to abandon common sense. In this film there is not a single credible plot development or convincing character. What the movie offers instead is a few benign laughs, some neatly staged action sequences and a bit of appealing moralizing about the evils of materialism. As long as one doesn't demand too much of it, Corvette Summer delivers a very pleasant two hours of escape.

The film marks the graceful directing debut of Matthew Robbins, who,...

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