Police Academy: Mission to Moscow :- Watch Police Academy: Mission to Moscow on Youtube on Fire, The Russians need help in dealing with the Mafia and so they seek help with the veterans of the Police Academy (1984). They head off to Moscow, in order to find evidence against Konstantine Konali, who marketed a computer game that everyone in the world is playing. With a sequel to the game he wants to put backdoors in all computer systems on which it gets installed, thus providing access to the police and other government systems.The regulars are the major weak point. While the guest cast have the misjudged enthusiasm to irksomely overact, all the usual culprits seem embarrassed by the whole thing. None of them sell their underwritten, reheated lines, and the fact that Bubba Smith and Marion Ramsey failed to sign up is a damning indictment. What comes through the screen, from George Gaynes to David Graf, is the sense of souls bleeding. “Please get me a proper job, there must be a better way to pay my mortgage” these actors scream with every fibre of their being. Leslie Easterbrook gets her usual single “my character’s got big breasts” joke – why does she even bother to sign up for this crap? Michael Winslow looks old, tired, and frankly bored with the whole thing. Was his involvement only confirmed at the last minute? Because while he gives a curiously muted performance throughout, the script also fails to accommodate his talents in almost any way. Note that this is the ONLY Police Academy sequel in which he doesn’t do his (admittedly run into the ground) “Bruce Lee” schtick.Police Academy managed to keep up the same level of quality between films three to six – they were all rubbish. But even by their low standards Mission to Moscow plumbs the depths, making Citizens on Patrol look like Annie Hall. New recruit Charlie Schlatter, there for the completely incongruous love interest theme, is never funny and the Russian characters are the crass stereotypes you’d expect. Any film that promises “we’re going to kick buttski” is clearly dumber than is tolerable, and a tasteless reference to Chernobyl doesn’t help matters.
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Release: 26 August 1994 (USA)
IMDB Rating: 3.3/10
Director: Alan Metter
Stars: G.W. Bailey, George Gaynes, Michael Winslow