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Police Academy - Mission to Moscow

3.6 out of 5 stars 62 customer reviews

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The cadets head to Moscow to help the Russians deal with the Mafia.

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Product Details

  • Actors: G.W. Bailey, George Gaynes, Michael Winslow, David Graf, Leslie Easterbrook
  • Directors: Alan Metter
  • Writers: Michele S. Chodos, Neal Israel, Pat Proft, Randolph Davis
  • Producers: Donald L. West, Leonid Vereshchagin, Paul Maslansky
  • Format: Closed-captioned, Color, Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: PG (Parental Guidance Suggested)
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: April 6, 2004
  • Run Time: 83 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (62 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0001907D0
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #50,834 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Police Academy - Mission to Moscow" on IMDb

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Format: DVD
Police Academy started to lose steam after Their First Assignment. The third was decent but still passable but the next three were weak. Mission To Moscow hands down is the worst of the series.

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!
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After the disappointment of Police Academy 5 and the improvement of Police Academy 6, you would think this final sequel would have been a nice finish to the series. Wrong! Police Academy: Mission to Moscow is the worst of the films. It even makes Police Academy 5 look somewhat good. Most of the actors from the previous Police Academy movies have left the series by now and with good reason. The plot is no good and not even Captain Harris (G.W. Bailey) could have saved the loss of humor in this movie. If you are a person who has never seen any of the Police Academy sequels or have not gotten past #4, do yourself a favor by skipping #5, watch #6, and avoid this final sequel at all cost! To sum up this review, only watch Police Academy 1,2,3,4, and 6.
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I enjoyed every Police Academy movie except this one. This one was TERRIBLE. It was not funny AT ALL. Like other people, I had no idea this movie was even made until I saw it on the shelf in a video store. I rented it and I was very disapointed. The only reason anyone would want to see this or get it would be to complete there Police Academy collection. I would strongly advise you not to rent it or buy it for laughs.
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The Police Academy series came crashing to a halt with the ill-fated and much belated Police Academy: Mission to Moscow. It's a film which leaves you asking Why? What? How? And why again? (a question that just can't be asked enough). Shot in Russia during the 1991 coup (rather than the 1993 constitutional crisis) but not released until three years later, and then in conditions of near-total secrecy, it took a pitiful $126,247 in the US, a staggering 1/670th of the first film's gross and about $126,246.97 more than it's worth. It's a film so astonishingly bad it almost staggers the imagination. The human vocabulary has still not evolved to a level that can truly articulate just how utterly wrong this film is.

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?
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SO, if you grew up in the 80s and remember PA as funny and light-hearted, you can make it through this 7th installment. It isn't good. But it isn't horrible. The sounds effects that accompany the Russian acrobats = 3 stooges which was dumb. Actually, the whole movie was pretty dumb. No depth. But you will find it entertaining if you liked early PA movies. Just don't overthink this one.

Pros
Callahan got more screen time
Capt Lassard was his same old same old.

Cons
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.
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I don't even see how this fits in the category of "funny." This is the absolute worst!

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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