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 »
Once upon a time dodge ball was just a game... Now it's a way of life. Can The Coach reunite his former teammates after two decades in an effort to relive their moment of glory one last time? Dodge Ball, the game where legends are born.
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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There are a couple of references to Warner Brothers production executive Bruce Berman. There is an announcement heard in the hospital, paging "Dr. Berman". Also, Mrs. Feldman is a resident of the "Berman Retirement Home", as displayed on the building's entrance sign. See more »
At the end of the movie, the two balloons are in the air. As one of them goes down to land, we see a shot with balloons on the ground. In the next shot, one of them is still up and flying. See more »
[Jones enters the cadets' room, making the sound of a creaking door]
Sgt. Larvell Jones:
Good evening, gentlemen. I congratulate you on another good day. Sleep vell...
Cadet Tommy 'House' Conklin:
Hey, Count, getting worried we're gonna be taking over soon? We're ready!
Sgt. Larvell Jones:
You're improving, guys, but you're still way down on the food chain. As we vampires say, "lights out, suckers!"
[leaves, making a wolf howl]
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I'll admit, I enjoyed these "Police Academy" movies back in the eighties. Honestly, I really only have seen the first two in the theatre. The third one I saw on cable TV. Now that I've bought the box set on DVD, I can honestly say that it is at this 4th sequel of the "Police Academy" films, that they really should have stopped right here. A lot of the humor is predictable and (most annoyingly) often repeated. For example, Winslow (Larvell Jones), was doing his silly "karate man" humor excessively though many of the "Police Academy" films. If he only did this in one film, the humorous impact would have been cherished more. The first three "Police Academy" films are the best. Taking this predictable slapstick into four more follow-up films (with totally forgettable stories, was just a bit too much.) On a positive note, "Police Academy 4: Citizens on Patrol" starred Corinne Bohrer as Laura. What a gorgeous blonde babe she is! And also, I'll have to admit that on the documentaries of the making of the "Police Academy" films, Leslie Easterbrook is still quite an attractive looking woman. Marian Ramsey still looks good, too.
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