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Police Academy, No. 7: Mission Moscow [DVD]

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  • Actors: George Gaynes, Michael Winslow, Charlie Schlatter, Christopher Lee, David Graf
  • Directors: Alan Metter
  • Producers: Paul Maslansky
  • Format: PAL
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: PG
  • Studio: Whv
  • DVD Release Date: 30 April 2007
  • Run Time: 79 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0001Y9YCA
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 47,149 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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The fabled crack comedy police team are back helping out in post-Soviet Union Russia. The Russians have a problem on their hands when Mafia godfather Konali hatches a plan to control the entire world via an addictive computer game. The fate of the planet lies in the Police Academy's hands, much to the planet's concern.

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The Police Academy series came crashing to a halt with the ill-fated and much belated Police Academy: Mission to Moscow. It's a film which leaves you asking Why? What? How? And why again? (a question that just can't be asked enough). Shot in Russia during the 1991 coup (rather than the 1993 constitutional crisis) but not released until three years later, and then in conditions of near-total secrecy, it took a pitiful $126,247 in the US, a staggering 1/670th of the first film's gross and about $126,246.97 more than it's worth. It's a film so astonishingly bad it almost staggers the imagination. The human vocabulary has still not evolved to a level that can truly articulate just how utterly wrong this film is.

Lazy, badly acted, hopelessly directed, plastered with inept musical Mickey Mousing and cartoon sound-effects to underline non-existent jokes, barely even scripted and photographed with all the artistry of a basic cable infomercial, this seems to have been made in the vain hope that - by applying infinite number of monkeys with infinite number of typewriters logic - if you point the camera in the general direction of the cast and they make some noise vaguely resembling human speech, you might just get something funny if you keep the cameras rolling long enough. Nothing is developed or possesses even the vaguest level of internal logic: why, after battering a hole in a hotel door, do two characters just walk away, bored? Is it because nobody bothered to finish writing the scene? Why does G.W. Bailey disguise himself as a ballerina to arrest Ron Perlman? Is it so inexplicable because the scene with the exposition just never got filmed because they ran out of money?
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What is it about a film that's about a Police Academy so bad? Is it the acting? Well partly but as I've said before, nine times out of ten it's not the actors fault it's the director's because he/she tells them how they want it. Is it the script? Well that's a definate yes because with this genre the writing for the jokes has got to be done swift enough for you to acknowledge them but not to see them happening a mile off (Naked Gun managed to achieve this and continues to make me laugh today).

I remember seeing this at the cinema as a small child and apart from a few jokes, I could predict what was going to happen next and so by the time the jokes came around I was bored, this dissappointed me as I was a fan of the Police Academy films and cartoon series. It's a real shame that most of these actors since haven't been given many roles since. One can't help that it was down to this dying franchise.

Still the theme tune is quite catchy. Perhaps it should be released on CD one day.
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Not all Ruskies unfrozen, but the Academy pulls through. The story is not very original, but there are a couple of nice twists.
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By A Customer on 30 Jan. 2004
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I don't have many regrets but spending 90 minutes of my life watching this garbage was 90 minutes wasted.
We needed another sequel to the Police Acadamy series like we needed a smack in the face with a wet salmon. But that didn't stop those boys in blue returning to the screen with yet more of the same predictable pointless guff. All the jokes in this series ran out half way through the first film, but it seems someone forgot to tell the producers.
All in all, about as funny as a mutiple car pile-up on Christmas day. One to avoid.
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Item as described and arrived when expected. I would recommend this to anyone. I now have the full series and every time I watch them, I'm in fits of laughter.
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