Devon Butler is an eight-year old who dreams of being a cop. He watches police TV shows, knows police procedures, and plays cops and robbers with his friend Ray. One day, while snooping around in a warehouse, he witnesses a murder. He goes to the police, who want the information, but won't get it until they make Devon a cop. The police then team him with veteran cop (and child hater) Nick McKenna, and the two team up in comic series of events to find the killer.Written by
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When Reynolds jerks open the door of his apartment to let the grandmother leave, he breaks the chain. After a bit of dialog from the kid, he shuts the door and latches it with the (now unbroken) chain. See more »
Haven't you ever heard about secondary smoke?
Haven't you ever heard about minding your own business?
At this very moment, the pink delicate tissues of my still-forming lungs may be shriveling into green chunks of mucus struggling for their last gasp of poison brown air.
[throws his cigar out the window]
Now you're littering.
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Though it's tacked on before the credits instead of after, there's an extra scene in which a sickly Chu is still seen laying on the hood of the bad guys' getaway boat still running in the ocean. See more »
UK versions are censored to obtain a PG rating, removing a headbutt and the line "... cut off his testicles." See more »
Movin' Much Too Fast
Written by Curtis Griffin
Performed by The Men of Note See more »
That's a Movie To Go Down in History !
..As the worst Cop Comedy not in the 1990s, but in the history of Film! (Norman D. Golden II) is the most awful kid ever appeared in an American or even non-American movie. Didn't anybody of the movie's crew; including the casting's team, the director, and the producer, observe that (Golden) is unbearably silly, non-charismatic, and can't act?!! One pessimistic friend of mine always used to say: "When it's a failure, then it's a whole failure". Although I must disagree with him about this as an eternal rule, but noticing how the script, the action, (Burt Reynolds), and (Burt Reynolds)'s toupee, looked--I definitely wouldn't in this very case! In the final analysis, I felt that it's not harmful; it's just pathetically poor. P.S: According to Roger Ebert's "praising" review about this movie, I think that it was the only movie he ever reviewed without watching!
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