Amid much fanfare, beloved "Tonight Show" host Johnny Carson finally retired in 1992, after three decades as a late-night institution. As every devotee knows, Carson had a stunted career as a movie actor, and on TV he would occasionally joke about his less-than-memorable influence on the
big screen. It seems only fitting that his chosen successor, convivial smart-aleck comedian Jay Leno, also have a celluloid skeleton rattling around his closet, and so it was that the 1989 Leno vehicle COLLISION COURSE was hauled out of storage and onto home video the same year Leno took Carson's
parking space. It's a workaday buddy-cop comedy, though the storyline is almost intere...