Rated PG – 13
Director Don Michael Paul
Writer David H Steinberg
Cast Dolph Lundgren, Fiona Vroom, Aleks Paunovic, Sarah Strange, Bill Bellamy, Raphael Alejandro, Michael P Northey
Related Kindergarten Cop
Agent Reed must go undercover as a kindergarten teacher in order to recover sensitive data before it falls into the wrong hands.
Almost all the focus was on romance. The agent constantly had one night stands but always gets involved with someone on the job while he’s undercover. There was barely even anything on the class. One student was allergic to nuts, one obsessed with the class pet, one who’s dad was obsessed with guns and another who’s dad was a drunk. But it didn’t go into any of them and you only cared about them in so far as they’re little kids so you don’t want to see them shot.
The school pissed me off. It was overly liberal, overly PC and peanut butter caused them to runaway screaming. I would have smacked them all. And time outs? That’s a no no. Complimenting them on their work? That’s a no no. If you must compliment, you have to say “I can see you worked hard”.
Then Reed felt like he was supposed to have this good old fashioned American vibe but it was lost with his obvious accent.
And with how PC they seemed to want to be, black characters were only for comic relief (which they failed at) and the fat white guy was a tech teacher, a major geek and maybe a Brony or whatever they’re called.
I guess it’s okay to kill time if you have nothing else to do. But with all the movies out there, I’m sure you can find a better movie. Or pick up a book.