Police Academy: Mission to Moscow

Police Academy: Mission to Moscow

The Russians need help in dealing with the Mafia and so they seek help with the veterans of the Police Academy. They head off to Moscow, in order to find evidence against Konstantin Konali, who marketed a computer game that everyone in the world is playing.

America's most laughable police officers now are sent to Russia to help the Russians deal with the Mafia boss Konstantine Konali who produces additive games which can bring down absolutely any computer security system in the world. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Police Academy: Mission to Moscow torrent reviews

Colton D (it) wrote: A film that is surprisingly effective in making the odd more familiar, but is too ambiguous and disappointing in its wrap up to let any of the strangeness hold any weight.

Nathan K (nl) wrote: incredibly under-rated, decent movie deserves higher score

Antonio T (kr) wrote: Aunque algo gastada la frmula de Michael Moore, el mensaje llega al espectador y bien; mostrando que el mundo es ms descarado de lo que parece.

Bradley H (us) wrote: While it is laudable that the director is attempting to shed light on a subject not many people know much about, this film seems to do everything in half-measures. It never adequately explains CX debate for the uninitiated, it does not delve deeply enough into the impact of the event on the future lives of those that compete in it and, most egregiously, it never explains the strategies of its target teams in any detail. These flaws, unfortunately, make this a documentary for "insiders", which, ironically, bites the critique being made about debate by some of the subjects.

Am P (es) wrote: I loved it. I cant get enough. Juhi and Amitabh are great, even better when they sing. Great acting from all.

Vincent B (jp) wrote: i liked it, but i didn't really pay attention the whole entire time. had a little distraction sitting next to me

Tiffany Z (mx) wrote: An amazing story, which makes this film worth watching. In terms of documentary style, though, it leaves a lot to be desired.

Brett B (kr) wrote: Jerry Lewis was actually digestible in this one.

Ted W (mx) wrote: Terrible underrated movie starring Sigourney weaver, I can't believe that this movie is called the best horror movie of all time. To me this movie sucks, it's not iconic and the only good thing about this movie is the alien when it kills everybody, that's it.

Charles E (us) wrote: simple but fun scifi movies from the 50s though the special effects are simple theyre effective.

Orlok W (br) wrote: So dark, twisting with surprises, cheery and sinister, a total thrill--Tension, Treachery & Terror!!

ray m (kr) wrote: Despite the negative reviews posted here, my wife and I thought the America's Sweethearts was quite funny and very enjoyable. I'd give it 4 out of 5 stars.

Luke G (nl) wrote: While I really enjoyed this film, I kinda debate if I would call it a good movie. The main thing is that the acting and writing are really shitty, which makes for some hilarious dialogue. The thing I like though is the cool cinematography and production design. Also I feel that the film has a great creeping feeling of isolation and being trapped. So in the end it isn't really a good movie, but I liked it. I guess this is another guilty pleasure film.67/100

Naomi G (ca) wrote: When Michael Eisner bought ABC/Disney, he decided to remake the fairy tale Cinderella with a new twist: a porn version! No, he did not tap ABC/Disney's pornographic division for actors, directors etc. instead he made a Cinderella a prostitute. There isn't that much nudity in Pretty Woman,maybe even less than in other films. The resemblance to Cinderella is uncanny and it's a mildly funny joke too, though Hans Christian Anderson probably isn't laughing in his grave, god rest his soul.This movie would normally be right up my alley: it stars the very handsome Richard Gere, it's a love story, t doesn't have much violence, but what turned me off to the whole movie was Julia Roberts. If only Anne Hathaway was born 10 years ago, of course Anne would be much better than Ms. Roberts. I'm not going to dwell on Ms. Roberts faults, just count my blessings she makes very few films nowadays.