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Plot: The alumni of Commandant Lassard's Police Academy (1984) return to the school to train new recruits and prevent its closure. Runtime: 83 mins Release Date: 21 Mar 1986
I saw POLICE ACADEMY 3: BACK IN TRAINING on cable one night and I have to say for a second sequel, POLICE ACADEMY 3: BACK IN TRAINING is pretty funny. It's not quite as funny as the first two POLICE ACADEMY movies, but is pretty close. It's kind of like the first POLICE ACADEMY except with a different set of people being trained to be cops. The characters are hilarious and so is the movie.
fantastic (by rossrobinson)
Police Academy 3: Back in Training was made in 1986, i thought that this movie was another fantastic movie. I love Police academy because it is funny and the actors and the actresses were fantastic, i think they have been fantastic in all of the police academy movies. I give this movie 10 out of 10.
possibly the funniest of the series! number 4 comes close. (by coasterrd)
wow! I laughed my ass off once again! Ive been a fan of the series for some time [except for Police academy 7 ARRRG] bobcat and sweetchuck are definetly crowd pleasers! I did not like the 2nd too much because bobcat was basically the bad guy. but this one and the 4th they are a team! if you are into goofy not rauncy humor [first one was though] see this film but FOR THE LOVE OF GOD DO NOT SEE NUMBER 7!!!!
An ensemble cast that beats "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World"! (by james_cocos-snowboots)
Mahoney is the ultimate lady-killer! Hightower shines in his element; drag! Sgt. Jones is the ultimate human beat-box! Police Academy 3 is the best of the series. The main characters have been established and are now free to indulge in the astonishing comedic interplay that is the triumphant hallmark of the Police Academy series. With the addition of the always gut-busting Bobcat Goldthwait as Cadet Zed this marks the finest moment in 80's comedy history. The only thing that would improve this movie is the addition of Gilbert Gottfried to the cast. It is difficult to pinpoint any <more>
highlights of this movie because there are so many, but if you like Police Academy, you will adore "Back in Training". Spencer Tracy, Milton Berle, Sid Caesar, Buddy Hackett, Ethel Merman, and Mickey Rooney need to take a backseat to the new American Comedic Heroes: Steve Guttenberg, Bubba Smith, David Graf, Michael Winslow, Marion Ramsey, and Leslie Easterbrook.
This is my second favorite in the series, it's also kind of a childhood gem of mine as this was the first in the series I've ever seen and one of the first comedy films as well. Seeing this as a kid I just thought is was funny and cool the concept of colorful characters becoming police officers let alone actually making the police procedural genre fun.Not much to say, the plot is sort of the schools in competition cliché, it's really no contest as with these stories you can easily predict which school will win, but I didn't mind as it's really in the presentation that <more>
counts.We pretty much see Lasard's academy is in competition with Mouser's academy, yeah that dirtbag Mouser actually forms an academy of his own, how the heck he could of accomplished this in a short amount of time let along a person of his preference is anyone's guess but hey it's "Police Academy" I rolled with it.We see the contrast between both Mouser's academy and Lasard's The visual and physical gags are funny as usual, and this film has a lot of them which to me made the film feel like I was watching a live action cartoon. From seeing duo dynamics like Sweet Chuck and Zed, it's just funny how much unintentional grief Zed gives Chuck. As well as the training as we see the new recruits, they're not perfect but their doing their best and the recruits character traits actually do work to their advantage in some places. Like in the door kicking scene we see Zed just scream loud at the door and it goes down, man Zed's kind of has "Black Canary" scream ability.One of the highlights is the party scene where we see two sections, where Lasard's Police Academy is parting and having a good time, it was cool seeing Callahan and Hooks both sing a cop rock song, then of course everyone else is dancing and having a good time. Seeing that I'd join Lassard's academy as they know how to have a good time.I really like the final act which is in the series seeing the characters along with the new recruits on the field in action. I really liked seeing how each of them had a hand in capture and apprehension of the gang of crooks. Like seeing Jones and Takashi both fighting together in a decent martial arts battle, it's always nice seeing the two comedic actors display their martial arts training.The water chase is one of my favorite chase scenes of all time, it's the typical police chase but this time it's on the water. It's really cool just seeing Mahoney and company just ride on those Wave riders, which to me are my favorite kind of vehicle on the water as their practically aquatic motorcycles.It was just really exciting seeing the characters just trying to catch up to the villains, I remember being on the edge of my seat thinking "c'mon, c'mon, get them" and just seeing them do those jumps with the wave riders and boats was cool.So overall, if you're a fan of the series or even a new recruit this sequel is worth a tour.Rating: 3 and a half stars
Here we go I don't care what anyone says, this is funny. Yes the series gets worse with each film, but any of the first 4 are better than any American Pie, or any teen comedy ever. The characters have already been established, with the main additions being Bobcat Goldthwaite as Zed, who is endlessly funny, and Mauser as the rival Cmndt. Plot? There are two Police Academies; one must close so a series of competitions are set up to see which is better. Mauser recruits Copeland and Banks from Lassard's school as traitors, but Mahoney and crew eventually prove the better. But these <more>
movies are not about plot. Some would say they're not about comedy, or anything else, but as a kid, nothing made me laugh more than these films. And they still do. Jones makes loads of noises, Tackleberry watches his in laws punch each other, Mahoney makes his usual comments, but Zed and Procter are my favourites here. The Blue Oyster Bar is back, and other scenes that keep me laughing are the arrival of Sweetchuck to the Academy, crashing into the car, and Zed singing to make a door fall. I see why people find these completely irritating, but I'm pis*ing myself thinking about them. While I was reading some of the mostly negative reviews of this, where people were slagging off the parts they didn't find funny, I was in stitches. May say something about me-but that's something I'm not ashamed of.8 out of 10
3rd entry, an infectious Academy of non stop laughs, I tell you (by videorama-759-859391)
Contrary to wide opinion, I presume, this cheesy number is consistently funny, as if the movie involved a lot of short skits. As one of two academies has to close down, the bumbling Lassard's being one of them, our favourite recruits return, to train a batch of new fish. We have some more screw ups, involving Zed from number 2, plus a cute little guy with glasses, a laughing stock who bunks with Zed. We have a role reversal in one scene, featuring the accident prone, Fachler, this time the one hanging on the front bonet for dear life, before being flung off in the academy grounds, by his <more>
resilient obstinate wife. Speaking of laughing stock, did I mention Proctor having a bad night, when being robbed of his whole attire by that notorious, under the podium lady, played by real life adult star, Georgina Spelvin. Proctor is one character, involved in dirty play, and we know who the others are, in making sure this academy falls on it's face. But good always triumphs evil, most of the time. We have a great speedboat chase sequence, Winslow looking so cool. What's funny if classic, is his non formal introduction to the new recruits, where he uses his vocal talents once more. They come in handy especially in fighting ar..kissing. If almost surpassing the first PO, but really with anything, how can you beat the original, this short sharp sweet academy has so many funny moments, I'd be spending tonight and tomorrow, going through all of them. You're better off watching the movie, where you could bust a rib, laughing, somewhere through this watch. Total hilarity.
Commandant Lassard's Police Academy is in jeopardy to be closed.That must be prevented.There are some new recruits, including the old gang member Zed.Police Academy 3: Back in Training is from 1986.It's the second and the last of these movies directed by Jerry Paris, who died that year.There is pretty much the old cast there with Steve Guttenberg playing Mahoney.And Bubba Smith playing Hightower also seen in drag .David Graf is Tackleberry.Michael Winslow is Jones.Marion Ramsey plays Hooks.Leslie Easterbrook plays Debbie Callahan.George Gaynes is there with his gold wish playing Eric <more>
Lassard.Art Metrano reprises his role as Mauser.As does Lance Kinsey as Proctor.As does Tim Kazurinsky playing the geeky Sweetchuck.And Bobcat Goldthwait, who was seen in the previous part as the hyperactive Zed, reprises his role.Shawn Weatherly plays Cadet Karen Adams.Bruce Mahler is Douglas Fackler and Debralee Scott his wife, who wants to be a cop too.Ed Nelson plays Governor Neilson.Brian Tochi is Elvis Nogata.Andrew Paris is Bud Kirkland and Arthur Batanides his father, and their beating up each other again.George S. Robertson plays the part of Chief Henry J. Hurst.And Georgina Spelvin is seen as Hooker again.This is a very nice sequel with a lot of funny stuff.Like Proctor's naked adventure.Or the karate moves by Jones and Nogata.And some great action, like the chase on water in the end.Not recommended for people with no sense of humor.