This is my all-time favorite movie. Most definitely a feel good movie. When I'm stressed or down, I watch this movie and it always brings a smile to my face and makes me laugh when I think nothing could. Deborah Foreman is brilliant as a quirky, adorable female chauffeur who upsets the "gentleman" chauffeurs boring, stuffy existence and brings some light in their lives. This movie is a great one to see when you just want to sit back and enjoy a good movie without investing too much emotion or thought process into it. Try it, sit back and enjoy!!!!
My Chauffeur (1986) 1080p YIFY Movie
My Chauffeur (1986) 1080p
My Chauffeur is a movie starring Deborah Foreman, Sam J. Jones, and Sean McClory. A free-spirited young woman (Deborah Foreman) upsets the status quo at a stuffy Brentwood limousine service.
IMDB: 5.60 Likes
- Genre: Comedy |
- Quality: 1080p
- Size: 1.86G
- Resolution: / fps
- Language: English
- Run Time: 97
- IMDB Rating: 5.6/10
- MPR: Normal
- Peers/Seeds: 1 / 0
The Synopsis for My Chauffeur (1986) 1080p
A free-spirited young woman (Deborah Foreman) upsets the status quo at a stuffy Brentwood limousine service.
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My favorite movie!!Reviewed byronilpngrad2001Vote: 10/10
The lovely lady was one of the brightest stars of the 1980s, bringing an irresistible presence to such other favourites as "Valley Girl", "April Fool's Day", and "Waxwork". Here she shines as Casey Meadows, a kooky free spirit hired by a limousine company. Unfortunately, she's not welcomed with open arms as the place is staffed almost exclusively by miserable, stuffy chauvinists. They do everything that they can to discourage her, including giving her the problem clients, such as an outrageous rock star. However, Casey finds that her most problematic client will be Battle (Sam Jones of the 1980 "Flash Gordon" movie), whose identity is going to come as a surprise to her. "My Chauffeur" is certainly very likable stuff. It goes far on the charms of Foreman, and while it gets very silly at times, it's nice that writer / director David Beaird gives it such a screwy quality, while toning down the kind of raunchiness to be found in many other comedies of the period. (That said, it's still an utter riot to see a drunken Jones run around nearly naked!) Among the memorable sequences are the extended episode with Penn & Teller (making their feature film debut) as Teller plays a sheik and Penn a fast talking con man, and the episode where the nutty rock singer Catfight (Leland Crooke) robs a "blue lady" (Diana Bellamy) of her panties as part of an ongoing game with his background singers. And Casey and Battle bicker a lot on their way to falling in love. The movie is very much of its time, with a catchy pop soundtrack as accompaniment. The supporting cast is very solid, with Howard Hesseman, Julius Harris, Laurie Main, and John O'Leary as some of the sour old chauvinist pigs; veterans Sean McClory, as O'Brien, and E.G. Marshall, as Witherspoon, are particularly endearing and effective. The pacing drags in places, but overall this is a very hard movie not to like, creating some good vibes for a pleasant enough 98 minutes. Seven out of 10.
A woman is hired as a chauffeur for a limousine company. Her appointment causes all manner of perturbation and despair in the chauvinistic environs of this male-only club. Much to her male colleagues annoyance, she pretty much immediately makes a good impression with their clients though and gets involved with a relationship with a hard-nosed businessman who hires her as a driver. As is the way of these films, they start out getting on very badly but as time progresses a love affair emerges and the businessman learns from the error of his ways.
This 80's effort is overall pretty good fun. It's hardly going to blow your mind with its originality or anything though, as it is in essence a formulaic romantic comedy. But it has a very likable performance from Deborah Foreman underpinning it. She elevates the material up a notch or two. Appearing alongside her is Sam J. Jones, surely best known for his starring role in the earlier movie Flash Gordon (1980). There is also the first cinematic appearance of Penn and Teller, as a couple of oddballs who Foreman picks up latterly in the story. And we also have some very 80's music performed by the never popular new wave band, The Wigs. All-in-all, this is not bad for a low budget 80's comedy, it's corny but gets by on a reasonable amount of charm.