An LA detective is murdered because she has microfilm with the recipe to make cocaine cookies. A "Lethal Weapon" style cop team tries to find and stop the fiends before they can dope the ... See full summary »
Samuel L. Jackson,
Lt. Frank Drebbin returns to save the day once again. This time he's out to foil the "big boys" in the energy business. A top scientist (Dr Mainheimer) is about to publish his report on energy supply for the future. Things don't look good for the traditional suppliers; oil, coal and nuclear. To save their industries, the suppliers kidnap Mainheimer and replace him with a decoy with a more favourable report. Jane, the Dr's secretary, is Drebbin's old flame; they're passionate love affair is thus rekindled. Written by
Bryan Michael Stoller mentions in his book "Film-making for Dummies" that he played a cameo role as a gorilla when Frank Drebin crashes into the Zoo. See more »
Zsa Zsa Gabor looks at the camera while she slaps the police car. See more »
[at a bar]
Sam, would you play our song, just one more time?
Of course... DING DONG! The witch is dead! Which old witch? The wicked witch!
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Voice of George Bush (John Roarke): "All right, let's see if I've got this straight now. Energy efficiency - good. Drilling in arctic national wildlife refuge - bad." [A knock] Voice: "Uh, Mr. President, is everything okay in there?" President: "Yeah, I'm fine, thanks." [sound of toilet flushing] See more »
This one has Lt. Frank Drebin (Leslie Nielsen) trying to stop villain Quentin Hapsburg (Robert Goulet) from kidnapping a solar power advocate. That's the plot, but the movie is of course an excuse for a series of gags, many of which just pop out from the sides. And of course there's Frank's relationship with seductive Jane Spencer (Priscilla Presley). One of their scenes might make you recall a certain scene from "Ghost", and then what follows...well, all that I can say is: HOW DO THEY COME UP WITH THESE THINGS?!!!!!!!!!!!!! I guess that the movie's only weird aspect is seeing O.J. Simpson as Nordberg. But if we can ignore that, the rest is a hoot, especially the opening sequence, the outlines of people's bodies, and the zoo scene. Just great.
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