Starring: Kenneth Mars, G.W. Bailey, Lance Kinsey, George Gaynes, Bubba Smith, David Graf, Michael Winslow, Marion Ramsey, Leslie Easterbrook, Bruce Mahler, Matt McCoy, George Robertson
The sixth movie of the Police Academy series promises to be just like the previous versions, insensible. The series initially started out as depicting misfits who are shunned by society and intend on becoming police officers and hence join the Police Academy. The second movie maintained the 'academy tradition' but all movies subsequently followed the exact same plot line. A crime problem occurs in the city, Captain Harris (Bailey) wants a quick promotion and hence tries to prevent Commondant Lassard (Gaynes) and his team to crack the case and wants to hog all the lime light for himself. In the end he is the one who gets outdone whilst the others are congratulated. Been there, done that; far too many times. The movie can be far better only if the humour was improved and there was a healthy story to supplement that humour. Michael Winslow and his mimicry is astounding and the only piece of comedy is provided from Bailey and Kinsey. It's a nonsensical waste of valuable time, effort and money and one should confine themselves only to the first two movies and not dare venture beyond it.
Thumbs up: Michael Winslow's voices
Thumbs down: Bad plot, horrible performances, repetitive story compared to the previous movies