Police Academy 5: Assignment: Miami Beach


Comedy / Crime

IMDb Rating 4.5 10 29,652


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April 8, 2019



G.W. Bailey as Chief
Jerry O'Connell as Chad Bixley
Leslie Easterbrook as Samantha
Scott Weinger as Atlas
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638.58 MB
23.976 fps
90 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by adonis98-743-186503 10 / 10 / 10

The 5th installment and yet the laughs are alive..

The old Commandant Lassard, leader of the Police Academy (1984), goes to Florida to receive an award. In the city arrives also the cynic Captain Harris who wants to take Lassard's job. Harris wants to place himself in a favourable light in front of the high military hierarchy but, at the airport, Lassard exchanges his bag with another one. Police Academy 5: Assignment: Miami Beach is a much better sequel than it gets credit for sure it's ridiculous i mean Tackleberry scares of a great white shark with only just his gun and Hightower goes against a crocodile but it's a 80's Crime Comedy Franchise about some of the dumbest but yet most lovable cops that have ever hit the big screen. The laughs are still in there with Harris getting in trouble every step of the way, House scares and crashes everyone in his path and Tackleberry once again goes full Rambo mode. This movies and this sequel in general knows what it is it's not meant to be taken seriously but it also has more class than those pathetic films that dare to call themselves "comedies" this days. It's fun, it's action packed and the Cast seems to have a great time and overall i'm definitely giving this an A+

Reviewed by TheLittleSongbird 4 / 10 / 10

The cadets may be on Miami Beach but the laughs aren't

As has been said before in my reviews for the previous four 'Police Academy' films, the best of the 'Police Academy' films will always be the original by quite some way. It isn't great and will never be a favourite comedy or overall film of mine, but it clearly knew what it wanted to be so it was easy to take it for what it was and what it set out to do. It was followed by six sequels, and none of them were as good or even on the same level as the first, though admittedly some are worse than others. Most of them are actually being pretty bad or worse and lose what was enjoyable about the original in the first place. While it was with the fourth film where things properly got particularly stale, it was from the fifth film where finding redeeming qualities proved to be difficult. Not that 'Police Academy 5' doesn't have them. It has two mildly amusing gags, one with a golf ball and the other involving falling into the water and an alligator. The best performance by a large margin comes from Rene Auberjonois, who seems to be having fun and really makes an effort to liven things up (and he succeeds). Even with the presence of George Gaynes, G.W. Bailey and Michael Winslow, high points previously, only Auberjonois comes close to giving a good performance. The regulars do do their best but are let down by awful writing and characters that sees bumbling taken to wild extremes that it becomes irritating and intelligence-insultingly stupid. Matt McCoy is an incredibly bland and wooden lead, filling in for Steve Guttenberg (him leaving the series was a very wise decision for him). 'Police Academy 5' looks cheap, with budget and time constraints written all over it, and generally it is also one of the most ineptly directed films of the series. The music, so catchy and infectious in previous instalment, is forgettable at best here and often that is being too kind on it. Anybody who disliked the writing in the previous three 'Police Academy' sequels will outright hate it here. The dialogue is often mean-spirited and low-brow, and the gags are almost completely unfunny all round (apart from two amusing gags that are not close to being series highlights). They suffer from pedestrian timing and from taking immaturity to a whole new level that one feels their IQ has dropped. While it has been well established that people don't see the 'Police Academy' films for their stories, the story here feels repetitive and incredibly lazy in execution, and it's only with the kidnapping subplot (which doesn't gel with the rest of the film) where there's a little more momentum. The climax is overlong and dumbness replaces genuine excitement. Overall, a mess. 2/10 Bethany Cox

Reviewed by Leofwine_draca 4 / 10 / 10

In a word, tedious

Like the last few sequels in the POLICE ACADEMY series, Assignment: Miami Beach is a tedious instalment in the franchise that's happy to repeat all the best gags from previous movies and add little in the way of freshness or originality. The decision to move the action to a Floridian beach sounds good at the outset but instead the viewer is simply subjected to another barrage of lame beach-focused gags instead of anything approaching wit. Steve Guttenberg had left the series by this time and Matt McCoy is a wooden stand-in for him. Some of the regular cast members aren't bad but they're let down by the poor quality of the script, which really needed some polishing. The golf ball gag was one of the few I enjoyed. Later in the story, Rene Auberjonois has a fun role in an unusual kidnapping plot, which at least breathes a little life into the film, but sadly it's not enough to make this a success.

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