The old Commandant Lassard, leader of the Police Academy (1984), goes to Florida to receive an award. In the city arrives also the cynic Captain Harris who wants to take Lassard's job. ... See full summary »
A new batch of recruits arrives at Police Academy, this time a group of civilian volunteers who have joined Commandant Lassard's new Citizens on Patrol program. Although the community relations project has strong governmental support, a disgusted Captain Harris is determined to see it fail. Written by
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Tony Hawk said this was the only job he was ever fired from. Most of the stunt doubles were from the Bones Brigade because their manager, former pro skater Stacy Peralta, worked as a second unit director on the film. As it turned out, Hawk was replaced as a stunt double for David Spade because he was too tall. See more »
Proctor's Port-o-Potty is lowered into the stadium full of people, and the housing of the unit is lifted, leaving the base and Proctor. When the music plays, Proctor stands up and you can briefly see his underwear (which he wouldn't be wearing because he was using the toilet). See more »
I certainly laughed a bit more than I did with the previous sequels. Once again it's all a bit overcrowded, with characters from the previous 3 outings now being mixed together. Bailey is a welcome return as the antagonist, but he is joined by the sidekick of the last two films' villain. This kind of works, as we get the best of both worlds. On top of this we are also given new characters, everyday citizens wanting to help out. This looks interesting at first, with David Spade and a skateboarding buddy forced into the program, but they are soon lost in the background. An entertaining airborne finale is rather impressive as well. So, with Bailey back, and this being Guttenberg's last, this may be a good stopping point for most viewers that made it this far.
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