The courageous woman is played by Elisabeth Shue, from “The Karate Kid” (1984), and this time she’s a sitter who is depended with a little young lady and winds up additionally keeping an eye on two or three high school young men just a couple of years more youthful than she is. The guardians leave for a gathering in the city, and Shue gets a call from her best sweetheart, who has chosen to flee from home and has gotten similarly as the focal transport station before losing her nerve. Presently the sweetheart is edgy. She’s down and out and in a bad position and needs Shue to come and safeguard her.
All things considered, what else can Shue do? So she packs her three dashes into the auto and crashes into Chicago, where she gets a punctured tire, is given a lift by a crazy tow-truck driver, and goes into a progression of misadventures.