In this casual, uninvolved comedy running on a low-octane script, a scruffy taxi company is about to be wiped out when its owner Harold (Max Gail) exhorts his cabbies to do what they can to help save the company -- and what they can do turns out to be a surprise to everyone concerned. Saving the day (and the film) are the likeable, eccentric drivers, introduced by means of a new trainee (Adam Baldwin) who rides around with each in turn. ~ Eleanor Mannikka, Rovi
I watched this movie for the first time and loved it! I can't believe the same guy penned the Lost Boys and Phone Booth. Excellent 80's flick, although not recommeded for kids. Mr.T is the best! I pity the fool who hasn't seen this flick!