Police Academy 4: Citizens On Patrol

B

(out of 5)


Not that the Police Academy movies had much going for them in the first place, but by this point they were really starting to run out of steam. In this lame installment, the police force recruits citizens onto the team in order to improve governmental relations between the people and the men and women in blue. Naturally, more slapstick mayhem ensues plus the usual grab bag of minority exploitation.  This is the kind of comedy that was lamentably in style in the eighties but has barely survived that very dark age. The only thing that sets this chapter apart from the others is a small role by a then relatively unknown .


USA, 1987

Directed by

Screenplay by , based on characters created by ,

Cinematography by

Produced by

Music by

Production Design by

Costume Design by

Film Editing by


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Razzie Award Nomination
Worst Original Song (“Let’s Go To Heaven In My Car”, Brian Wilson, Eugene E. Landy, Gary Usher)


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