Police Academy - Mission to Moscow
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The plot is stupid beyond belief. It details the Police Academy going to Moscow to stop some Russian mobster(played by Ron Perlman) from taking over the world with a video game that consists of some bear running around punching people.
Yeah, that is the movie in a nutshell. Half if the original cast is gone and the ones who are still here look bored to death. The jokes and gags fall flat and for a Police Academy this one is pretty boring. This installment makes City Under Siege look like a comedic masterpiece. Even if you like the Police Academy series skip this turd. Showgirls is funnier than this nightmare. YES, its THAT bad!
Lazy, badly acted, hopelessly directed, plastered with inept musical Mickey Mousing and cartoon sound-effects to underline non-existent jokes, barely even scripted and photographed with all the artistry of a basic cable infomercial, this seems to have been made in the vain hope that - by applying infinite number of monkeys with infinite number of typewriters logic - if you point the camera in the general direction of the cast and they make some noise vaguely resembling human speech, you might just get something funny if you keep the cameras rolling long enough. Nothing is developed or possesses even the vaguest level of internal logic: why, after battering a hole in a hotel door, do two characters just walk away, bored? Is it because nobody bothered to finish writing the scene? Why does G.W. Bailey disguise himself as a ballerina to arrest Ron Perlman? Is it so inexplicable because the scene with the exposition just never got filmed because they ran out of money?Read more ›
Callahan got more screen time
Capt Lassard was his same old same old.
The new "Mahoney-type" character was pre-pubescent. Awful. Painful to watch. Just a giant no.
Lameness of the stereotypes - the movie is seriously dated.
No hightower, sweet chuck, zed, mahoney, procter, etc. This was a side show.
I watched these with my dad as a little girl and even we didn't watch this one back then. I'd watch it again, but only to reminisce. It reminds me of happy childhood memories when there was a clear good guy and bad guy. Adult life is far more complicated.
This movie is childish. Enjoy it for that.
I'm watching this film patiently while constantly fighting back-yacking small chunks of gastric spew. Some got passed my lips, and some even hit my TV screen. I had some mild as well as some intense gastric upchucking of some gummy chunky projectiles with every joke that they thought was funny.
One reviewer here who gave it a higher rating than the rest of us said: "The laugh never ends".
That's just a play on words. How can you end a laugh that never started in the first place?
This movie did not make me laugh, in fact, I almost cried because my eyes were burning to close and have me fall to sleep.
The only reason I'm stuck having to own this film is because it is part of the box set.
If you thought 5 and 6 were bad, you're in for a shock to see what could possibly be worse, and yet they still had the confidence to allow it to still be released and seen by the general public.
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Police Academy 7 was the first and only of the films to be made in the 1990s. It suffers badly from a poor plot and lacks the comedic chemistry of previous works. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Nicholas R.W. Henning
Yes, this can be seen as yet another "Police Academy" sequel. To many, this movie represens how the sequels have gone too far. However, this movie had its moments. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Spencer Palmer
Not worth your money. I love police academy movies, but this by far was the worst one made. They should have stopped at 6.Published 6 months ago by Maggie E
Not as good as the others only a few old stars from first film.Published 8 months ago by Kindle Customer
Just saw this with one of my kids and am sorry to say I was bored throughout the movie. I love the first 3 in the series though...Published 8 months ago by Andre Stoerehavn