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According to new, politically correct rules for peace officer recruitment, requiring the police department to accept all willing recruits, effectively abolishing fitness requirements, educational levels, and medical standards. A group of good-hearted but incompetent misfits enter the police academy, but the instructors there are not going to put up with their pranks.
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Ken Hanke
And it only went downhill from here
July 30, 2002
Brian Costello
Sophomoric '80's cop-spoof has profanity, sex, stereotypes.
June 07, 2012
John J. Puccio
It's harmless stuff, to be sure, but almost invisible, it disappears from memory so fast. A stealth comedy, perhaps?
April 06, 2004
Martin Scribbs
A Reagan-era screed against affirmative action, Police Academy warns what misfits and lowlifes wait to pour through the floodgates.
July 16, 2004
Bob Grimm
One of the worst popular comedies of all time.
July 26, 2002
Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat
A tasteless comedy.
August 21, 2004
Rob Vaux
The movie had its moment in the sun, somebody made a lot of money from it and then it vanished. Mercifully so in most ways, but not without leaving at least a little whiff of younger, happier days behind.
March 24, 2014
Steve Crum
Goofy group makes 'Car 54 Where Are You?' seem like Shakespeare.
October 16, 2004