A good-looking but virginal "rockstar" teen (Morgan) tries to score with some of the local high school girls. But a classmate's mom (Collins) decides to make a man out of him. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A teenager (Michael Morgan) sees the school psychologist and his girlfriend's mother (Joan Collins) about his problem.
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Phantasmal S (gb) wrote: Totally and utterly failed give me an erection.
Steve D (it) wrote: I liked it a lot some laugh out loud moments
Mariam M (us) wrote: An emotional and haunting movie that will stay with you for a long time.Abbie Cornish is heart-braking, and Heath Ledger also delivers a strong performance.
Madeline C (fr) wrote: You never hear about this movie, but it was good. I always like Tim Allen movies and who doesn't like Christian Slater!
Andrew R (ca) wrote: Svankmajer's only work without animation. Ok, but a bit half-baked. His static art works are more interesting than his films -- see if you can see them at a museum.
michael b (mx) wrote: chuck and Gossett jr. is s dream combo
Phil H (gb) wrote: Despite the fact these films are known to be trash this franchise is probably one of the most well known (and in some cases loved) franchises around the world with some of the most well known characters. This film kick started a phenomenon that has influenced many other films in the spoof genre, made stars out of most of its cast and has actually lasted virtually to the present day, gotta give kudos.So the plot is horrifically simple, a group of bums, criminals and nut jobs all join the Police Academy in the hopes of becoming police officers. This has recently become possible because the mayor has abolished the old school rules about height, weight, colour (yes colour folks!!), fitness levels etc...so anyone can join. This infuriates the police Chief so he orders the Police Academy Cmndt. to try and get the new unsavory recruits to quit voluntarily by any means possible.Now bare in mind this film came out in 1984 because a lot of what you see is now incredibly dated and not really funny. There are still moments which raise a giggle for sure but on the whole this is childish adult toilet humour by the bucket load. Its no real surprise considering the era, this type of stuff was the height of popularity at the time with films like 'Meatballs', 'Airplane', 'Caddyshack' and 'Stripes' doing the rounds.The film is a character orientated piece naturally, the toilet humour is a strong ingredient but the characters are the key. Looking back its all so very cliched and dated but the characters do still work at times. I personally never liked Guttenberg's character of Mahoney as he was such a damn goodie goodie, for me it was Tackleberry, Jones, Fackler and Harris, all these guys were the funniest in this film in my opinion.All their quirky individual qualities are fun to watch and do allow you to care about them, slightly. Loved how Tackleberry was basically a gun nut and completely dangerous, in this day n age that kind of character could almost be controversial. As a kid everybody used to try and copy Winslow's motormouth antics although watching now it doesn't quite have that wow factor anymore, more annoying actually. Love how Fackler basically doesn't belong in the police force, totally inept yet very likeable. Lassard comes across as a kind old bumbling grandfather type character, also very likeable, and of course Harris as the arse kissing jobsworth who is always sucking up to his superiors but really deep down you know he's actually a good cop.As with other slobby frat house type films this doesn't disappoint on the female front. The main eye candy is supplied by Easterbrook and her chest as Callahan and the stunning Cattrall who really looks so amazingly cute my God! As you would expect there is much boob cleavage throughout, naughty talk and a rather dirty sex act hinted at. This is one of the things that separates the first two Academy films from the rest, the first two are more directed at an adult audience which equals the odd moment of titty action, nudity, swearing, homosexuality, close to the line violence/action and even a bit of racism believe it or not.Also with all the other films there are individual characters that pop up for that film but we don't see again. The quality of these characters varied a lot but in this film we get the most amusing Donovan Scott as Cadet Leslie Barbara who looks like a young Dom Deluise, Brant Von Hoffman as Cadet Kyle Blankes and Scott Thomson as Cadet Chad Copeland who are both really good as the dumb sidekicks or henchmen for Harris. The sequence/s in the Blue Oyster Bar are an undeniably good laugh and continual joke yet probably rather un-PC these days.What really makes me laugh is recalling when I used to watch this as a kid and not really understanding half of it and not caring. After this rewatch its amazing to see how much makes no sense at all, like why does Jones have this microphone on him all the time? so he can play jokes on people with his voice obviously, but is it battery operated? how does he always have it?? must be a big bit of kit this is 84 after all. How come all the recruits do end up passing through even though they are all crap and most don't actually do anything in the finale showdown. And how about all the hideously obvious over acting, exaggerated prat falls to cause incidents and accidents etc...Plus that blowjob sequence is actually pretty racy and sick if you think about it, this hooker will pretty much suck anyone off, as demonstrated at the very end (guess that's why she's a hooker). I never understood what was happening in that scene as a kid haha and you'd never see something like that in the later films.These films have become a bit of an institution really, love em or hate em you can't deny how iconic they actually are. Look at the main score for the film, that alone is a pretty classic bit of movie history right there, everyone knows what it is and can recognise it, its up there with such scores as 'Star Wars' and 'Jaws'.It was never meant to be anything remotely serious, more along the lines of the [i]National Lampoon's[/i] franchise if anything, only thing missing was John Belushi. Its utterly childish and puerile now and it was the same back in the day too, but no one ever tried to cover that up, that's exactly what the film offered take it or leave it. Personally I like this film because of the adult edge to it, gives it some credibility unlike the later films which just become like cartoons. Its not an all out spoof so don't think of the excellent Leslie Nielsen type tomfoolery, but it is fun in places and does offer up quite a neat original little plot (for the time).
Dean H (ca) wrote: Gotta be one of Fulci's best films.
Scott R (es) wrote: A surprising film noir gone western, all to the theme of WII American discrimination against the Japanese. Great cast, resourceful protagonist, beautiful cinemascope, and a tight thriller make for an engaging movie. I mainly wanted to see this because my dad always said "It's a black day at red rock" whenever something bad happened. One time I asked him where he got it from and he said it was a movie. When I finally found what the real title was I put it on my to see list. Now I need to change my habit to say the title properly in my sayings.
Laird J (kr) wrote: Hilarious, and full of perfect comedic performances, not the least of which is Charles Laughton's central role as the mannered butler. Class, culture, and high society are the butt of the jokes, but there are no despicable, hateful characters, just silly ones. Everyone is beautifully flawed in their own way, and played with both nuance and hyperbole: perfect caricatures. The balance of social satire and humanism is a tough one, and rarely is it so exceptionally achieved. This one is a real treat, I hope it gets a US DVD release soon, but it's exactly the kind of thing that will fall to the wayside when studios shift their production schedules to re-releasing high-definition editions of movies that have long been available on DVD anyway.
Benjamin K (mx) wrote: Worst dreads wig ever, 14 out of 10
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Ryan C (es) wrote: it was pretty funny for a tim allen movie and definatly had its funny parts like in everyone of his movies but i didnt think to much made it a good movie the storyline and acting was basically up to par but nothing more