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.Written by
Thomas Meyer <firstname.lastname@example.org>
While this movie was initially planned as a direct-to-video release, the studio decided to promote it to a theatrical release after re-runs of the first two movies on network television scored high viewing figures. On seeing the finished movie, however, the studio curtailed the planned theatrical release to just a few dozen cinemas, feeling that it would not be a success with audiences. See more »
When Rakov is briefing the cadets, he spells Konstantine's brother's name as Michael Konali. In the credits, his name is spelled Mikhail. See more »
Airport P.A. Announcer:
The red zone is for communist parking only!
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I can't say I laughed (but, well, I rarely laugh at movies) but I liked it. I liked the way Russians were portrayed in the movie (being a Russian :)) I have not seen other PA movies, so I can't compare, but this movie was interesting to me from the point "how do they portray us" :)
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