Assigned to recover sensitive stolen data, a gruff FBI agent goes undercover as a kindergarten teacher, but the school's liberal, politically correct environment is more than he bargained for.


Don Michael Paul


David H. Steinberg (screenplay), Herschel Weingrod (screenplay by) | 7 more credits »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Dolph Lundgren ... Reed
Darla Taylor ... Olivia
Bill Bellamy ... Sanders
Aleks Paunovic ... Zogu
Sarah Strange ... Miss Sinclaire
Danny Wattley ... Giardello
Michael P. Northey ... Hal
Abbie Magnuson ... Molly
Blake Stadel ... Molly's Dad
Dean Petriw ... Jett
Tyreah Herbert Tyreah Herbert ... Hannah
Valencia Budijanto ... Patience
Michael Adamthwaite ... Sokol
Andre Tricoteux ... Valmir
William Budijanto ... Tripp


Hot on the trail of the Eastern-European criminal kingpin, Zogu, unexpectedly, the old-school F.B.I. Agent, Reed, finds himself at a well-organised elementary school. Knowing that Zogu is after a tiny flash drive containing highly sensitive information, Reed has to pose as a substitute kindergarten teacher to stand a chance of retrieving the precious item that is hidden somewhere in the classroom of a mysteriously deceased instructor. Now, like a fish out of water, Reed needs to take control of the class without blowing his cover; however, this is easier said than done. Can tough officer Reed gain the classroom's confidence before it's too late? Written by Nick Riganas

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Action | Comedy

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Rated PG-13 for some violence and suggestive material | See all certifications »

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The actors of Cowboy (Raphael Alejandro) and Jett (Dean Petriw) both appeared on ABC's Once Upon a Time as Roland and young Baelfire respectively. See more »


During the final fight after Reed throws Zugo into the water Zugo's shirt is partly open, but when the camera changes his shirt is tucked in. See more »


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Severely disappointing, if you're a fan of the original (or good movies in general).
3 June 2016 | by HellmantSee all my reviews

'KINDERGARTEN COP 2': Two and a Half Stars (Out of Five)

A sequel to the 1990 hit action-comedy flick 'KINDERGARTEN COP' (starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, and directed by Ivan Reitman). This followup is more of a remake, than a sequel, and it stars Dolph Lundgren, as a new character (an FBI agent named Agent Reed). The film was directed by Don Michael Paul (who also helmed such other B- movies as 'HALF PAST DEAD', 'LAKE PLACID: THE FINAL CHAPTER', 'JARHEAD 2: FIELD OF FIRE' and 'TREMORS 5: BLOODLINES') and it was written by David H. Steinberg (who also wrote other B-comedy flicks, like 'SLACKERS' and 'AMERICAN PIE PRESENTS BOOK OF LOVE'). The movie costars Bill Bellamy, Darla Taylor, Fiona Vroom and Aleks Paunovic. The film is severely disappointing, if you're a fan of the original (or good movies in general).

Agent Reed (Lundgren) is a very conservative, and dedicated (but slightly crazy), FBI agent. Agent Sanders (Bellamy) is his more rational, and by the book, partner. The two must infiltrate a kindergarten class, on a new assignment, in order to find an important flash drive. Due to the fact that the students there already know who Sanders is, from previously being interviewed by him, Reed must pose as a kindergarten teacher. The modern, and very politically correct, school environment presents a huge challenge for Reed (and his old school ways).

The film is adequately directed (for what it is), and decently acted, but it's not funny. The jokes are painful to watch at times, and the whole movie just seems pointless. Maybe the original film would feel the same way, if I actually went back and watched it again, but I did love it when I was a kid. Lundgren is at least likable in the lead; although not nearly as much so, as Schwarzenegger was.

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17 May 2016 (Brazil) See more »

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