100 thoughts on “A F***ing Car – Planes, Trains & Automobiles (6/10) Movie CLIP (1987) HD

  1. I always have thought that he gave up too easily. He didn't have his receipt, but that company definitely had record of the rental car he was supposed to have gotten. Screw that pompous and dumbass lady!

  2. The F-Bomb is dropped 19 times in this one scene all under one minute, which is why it was rated R. (18 Cluster F-Bombs by Neal; "Effing"; 1 Precision F-Strike by Edie McClurg; "You're Effed")

  3. 0:00–1:41 – Car Rental Agent: [giggles] No, Mom's gonna do the turkey. Yeah, Dad wants ambrosia, so I guess we gotta get those miniature marshmallows. And I'll do the crescent rolls, and you do the cranberries. You know I can't cook. [giggles and snorts] Ohh. [Neal clears his throat, but the agent holds up her finger] Yeah. Well, I'll see you tomorrow then. Gobble-gobble. [gobbles and giggles] Oh, bye-bye. [hangs up] [to Neal; smiling] Welcome to Marathon. May I help you?
    Neal Page: [indignantly] Yes.
    Car Rental Agent: How may I help you?
    Neal Page: You can start by wiping that fucking dumbass smile off your rosy fucking cheeks. Then you can give me a fucking automobile. A fucking Datsun, a fucking Toyota, a fucking Mustang, a fucking Buick; 4 fucking wheels and a seat!
    Car Rental Agent: I really don't care for the way you're speaking to me.
    Neal Page: And I really don't care for the way your company left me in the middle of fucking nowhere with fucking keys to a fucking car that isn't fucking there. And I really didn't care to fucking walk down a fucking highway and across a fucking runway to get back here to have you smile at my fucking face. I want a fucking car right fucking now.
    Car Rental Agent: May I see your rental agreement?
    Neal Page: I threw it away.
    Car Rental Agent: Oh, boy.
    Neal Page: "Oh, boy" what?
    Car Rental Agent: You're fucked. – Holiday traveling in a nutshell.

  4. this movie is pure gold and it wasn’t some remake of some other movie, gee how about that. try doing this at an airport these days, you’d be shot on site

  5. A shame she wasn’t in Dutch too, another John Hughes movie. She was in three of his movies playing essentially the same character. She did it again in Back to School, which while not one of his movies sure does feel a lot like a John Hughes movie. A shame he did so young. Think of how many more great movies he could have produced and directed. An American treasure telling great American stories.

  6. This scene reminds me of a real experience I had. About 15 years ago, I was at some Podunk airport, standing in line to get a rental car at ~10PM at night (exhausted, after my plane was already 2 hours late). There was only one clerk there and a one couple in front of me. I thought, no big deal. Well, this couple turned out to be elderly and British. They needed extra help and ended up chatting with clerk about this, that and the other thing for a good 20 minutes. All of them seemed totally oblivious to the fact that I was waiting. Even worse, most of what they were talking about had zilch to do with the actual car rental transaction. By the time, it was my turn I was absolutely fuming. It took all my discipline not to drop some f-bombs on the clerk. Instead, I just took his name down and complained the next day to his manager.

  7. If not for this scene, this movie could’ve been PG. 17 F-bombs in the course of 60 seconds. That’s insane. Spaceballs has more profane language than this one does, and that movie is PG, despite its one F-bomb near the end of the movie.

  8. I just saw this on TV – and without the curse words it wasn't the same! .. Had to come here. I remember everyone was surprised, when she went " … Then you're f___ed." !

  9. 0:42 Okay, the guy in the background to the right, that wasn't acting, he legitimately was shocked about where this was going.

  10. WHY OH WHY wasnt Edie McClure cast as Delores Umbridge in the Harry Potter movies?!?! TELL me you didnt, when first reading the novels, picture her speaking in sharp, snapping tones, in that wild Seboygan accent, as she tortured Harry for "Lying?" That accent, turned soft, and evil, couldve been DEMONIC. Edie couldve NAILED it

  11. I love how later Neil says to Del that there were no more cars available to rent. The rental car lot was full of cars! Everyone of those cars were reserved?

  12. I counted how many times Neil said the word "F***KING" 18 in total and 1 F***KED for the lady,. I could watch this "F***KING film as many F***CKING times as I F***KING want and I'm still F***KING laughing. It's one of my favourite F***KING movies of all F***KING Time. Ha F***KING Ha

  13. Damn this movie sucks even National Lampoon's Vacation movie with Chevy Chase was better than this and funnier too! I hate that movie "planes trains and automobiles" it bloody well sucks like hell!

  14. Fair do’s to the Lady at the desk – she deals with it brilliantly (despite being the ‘baddie’).

  15. The reason why this movie is R rated because Steve Martin Says the F word 18 times and the lady says the F word once in this scene.

  16. In 2019 they would have deleted this one scene simply to get a PG-13 rating. This is why movies then were better.

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