Dick Steele, Agent WD-40 is assigned by his Director, to stop the evil General Rancor from destroying the world. WD-40 believed Rancor was dead and he teams up with the hot K.G.B. Agent Veronique Ukrinsky to find Rancor and save the world.
Oscar night. Who will win? Who will lose? And will someone please kick that numbskull off stage? Wait! That's no ordinary numbskull. That's Lieutenant Frank Drebin, crashing the ceremonies to stop a terrorist plot that could mean curtains for him, or will a simple window shade be enough?Written by
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Director Peter Segal, in addition to playing the Producer of Sawdust and Mildew, also made several other appearances in the film (mostly in voice-over): -The voice of the suicide bomber in the Battleship Potemkin (1925) and The Untouchables (1987) parody at the start of the movie. -The voice of the KSAD deejay. -The scream of the inmate escaping prison by pole-vaulting. -The real Phil Donahue, before Frank knocks him out and takes his place. -The voice of the man shouting "Stop the stairs, Joey!" at the Academy Awards. See more »
The siren during the credits changes during the Star Wars and Jurassic Park segment. See more »
A June airing of the movie on USA Network added a split-screen at the end, with the left side featuring rolling credits, and the right side featuring outtakes. Outtakes included several scenes of the Control Room Director at the Academy Awards, and flubbed lines by Leslie Nielsen, among others. See more »
The final installment of Naked Gun a bit funnier than the second part.
I thought this one was almost as good as the first film and a bit better than the second one. I liked the whole infiltration of the prison plot and the retirement aspect of the film more than all the politics of the second film. However, Leslie plays Drebin in a bit more of a goofy fashion this go around. There are also other things in this film that were not really in the first two installments like the scenes that parodied other movies. Scenes like these were not in the first two movies, from what I remember anyway, but there are a couple of them in this one. Such as the opening which parodies "The Untouchables" and a "Thelma and Louise" one as well. However, the film has a nice conclusion at the academy awards which makes fun of Hollywood's biggest night in grand fashion. The plot has Frank retired, but he is coaxed out of retirement to break into a prison and find out a sinister plot. The villain this time is Fred Ward and he is good as is his gang. There are some surprises here and there too. I just thought this one was a bit more humorous than two, but not quite on par with the first one. Close, but not quite.
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