Kindergarten Cop 2
Kindergarten Cop 2
- 1h 40m
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Dolph Lundgren and Bill Bellamy star in the hilarious next chapter of the Arnold Schwarzenegger classic, Kindergarten Cop. To recover stolen data in a progressive school, the FBI’s toughest agent (Lundgren) must go undercover on his most difficult assignment yet: teaching a class full of liberal kindergarteners. Kindergarten Cop 2 is an action-packed comedy the whole family will love!
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Common Sense Says
FBI man meets cute kids in trite comedy; violence, swearing.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Kindergarten Cop 2 is a very late direct-to-DVD companion piece to Arnold Schwarzenegger's 1990 hit comedy Kindergarten Cop. It's not a "sequel" (it has all new characters and a whole new story); only the concept remains the same: Law officer goes undercover as a teacher in a kindergarten classroom to catch a criminal. Though the action and violence are mostly slapstick and not meant to be taken seriously, there's enough gunplay, fighting, and suspense, along with some racy language ("s--t," "ass," "bitch," "damn," "my sister has a vagina") to earn the film a PG-13 rating. As a result, it's not always clear exactly which audiences the filmmakers were targeting. The comedy is kid-friendly, the story is simple (and mostly ludicrous) to a fault, and the villains are farcical and exaggerated, but bodies fall, guns are fired, and fists are landed, so it's an odd blend. Expect some comic references to having sex ("booty call," "keep the shark in the tank"), and the camera leers at young women in bikinis poolside. A few scenes include casual drinking, and one character's alcohol abuse is addressed.
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- Release Date:May 17, 2016
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