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Plot: John Kimble is a tough city cop who's been on the trail of drug dealer Cullen Crisp for years. He finally tracks Crisp down but it seems the only person that can testify against him is his ex-wife. The problem is she's disappeared and all Kimble knows is the name of the school in Oregon where her… Runtime: 111 min Release Date: 21 Dec 1990
Kindergarten Cop is a great film. It contains some of Schwarzenegger's best work showcasing his innate likability and comic timing in a piece which allows them to accentuate his more often seen action star persona. The lightening of this persona works in the film allowing us to follow Arnie's Kimble into what could easily be a weak and twee concept. Fortunately Arnie doesn't lose his balls in the transition and Reitman directs the action very well as well as showing the same skill in comedy as he did with previous hits such as Ghost Busters. Ricky Tyson makes a brilliant villain <more>
not in his being an equal to Schwarzenegger but in his portraying a drug dealer with a grudge as a three dimensional character who will stop at nothing to get his son back. Schwarzeneeger also gets to get have some romance and although he at times looks ready to kill his very beautiful love interest Penelope Ann Miller he manages to be a very charming lead who the audience are helpless but to root for. The screenplay by Salem, Harris and Weingrod is both touching and funny with memorable lines such as the deadpan interrogation scene "Who is your daddy and what does he do?". The kids also are great featuring a diverse group who almost steal the show with lines such as "Boy's have a penis, girl's have a vagina". The film also contains some classic Arnie one liners such his "I'm the party pooper" kiss off before shooting down some low lives. Such lines refer to Arnie's tough guy persona and shows that he is not afraid to poke fun at himself. The difference in Kindgarten Cop is that he is playing a vulnerable human character and the audience does not want him to be hurt not just because he is the hero but because they like him. The score too is exceptional being appropriately sweet and upbeat as well at sometimes hitting darker more sinister tones. They truly don't make them like this anymore, just see awful modern examples such as Vin Diesel's The Pacifer for proof or rather don't see them, watch Kindergarten Cop again and see a great action star and comedy director team up to make a most enjoyable work.
To the person who posted before me, I'd like to tell you to get a grip! Those big words don't mean anything to everyday people, they want the truth, not some quaffed up proposals from someone who takes things way too seriously. I suppose you're entitled to your opinion, but don't give up your day job to be a critic! Here's the lowdown: this movie is just that, a movie. It has a lot of funny characters, and it's really funny in some scenes. It's fantasy, and it gives the viewer a chance to escape. Arnold might never have gotten an Oscar for this, but this is not <more>
that kind of movie to begin with! It's about a cop who tries to find a Criminals ex wife as a witness and ends up being a Kindergarten teacher, who brings a lot of goodness to the community whilst saving the damsel in distress. It's fun to watch, and goes well with anyone who's building an Arnie collection. rent it, buy it, you'll enjoy it.
i am lucky that arnold sir and me both have the same movie as his best. (by manishmech05)
This is a great combination of comedy humor beauty and plot. for Arnold part What to tell more when you are an Arnold fan. he always appears to me as a common man deep inside I wish one day I see him personally. and penelop millar is such a beautiful women I wish I had a glimpse of her in my life at least once.at the end I assumed that Arnold and millar will stay forever together though I watched it first in 2008 and then many times till today.long live Arnold long live p.a. millar love from india.
Great Film! All around fun! (by LebowskiT1000)
Arnold Schwarzenegger and Ivan Reitman make a great team! This is such a great film, and it has everything in it, action, suspense, comedy, romance...everything! At first glance this film looks like a movie made for kids, but I assure you, it is not. This film was made for adults.The comedy in this film is spectacular! I've seen this film many times, and every time I see it a can't help but crack up at certain scenes. The comedy is just great!Surprisingly there is a fair amount of action in the film as well, and those scenes are done very well. Like I said, at first glance you would <more>
think this is a movie made for kids, but there are definitely some adult themes in this film. This film is rated PG-13 for a reason.The cast in this film is very good. Arnold Schwarzenegger pulls off another great performance! Penelope Ann Miller, Pamela Reed, Linda Hunt, Richard Tyson, Joseph Cousins, Christian Cousins, and all the children in the film do great jobs with their roles. I would imagine that a film like this would be a nightmare to direct, with all those little kids running around. So, I've got to give some extra props to Ivan Reitman for a job well done.I would definitely recommend this film to anyone and everyone. I didn't think there was anything to dislike about the film. So, when you do see the film, I truly hope you enjoy it. Thanks for reading,-Chris
Funny, Heartwarming, and a Bit of Action (by JabberJG)
Before I comment, I would just like to say this is my first time on IMDb reviewing a film. I am a big Arnold Schwarzenegger fan and I thought this was one of his finest. I am such a big fan, I can spell his last name without thinking about it and I have a bobble head of Terminator 3 on my computer. Anyways, this movie was great. It was funny in a heartwarming children's comedy sort of way for most of it. It has some of the best Arnold Schwarznegger quotes ever such as, "DOMINIC!" "STOP WHINING!" and "IT'S NOT A TUMOR!" There are also some pretty quotable <more>
quotes by other actors. There was decent action scenes for a comedy. The supporting actors did a swell job especially the antagonist and Kimble's partner. I enjoyed the film and would think it should be in the top 250 films list, but everyone has their own opinion and I respect that... sort of. Overall swell movie. I would watch it with your family, but be warned that there are some sexual references and profane or lewd speech so don't watch it with little kids. I would stick with 10 and up.
When people think back on the career of Arnold Schwarzenegger, they will most likely strike upon his "Terminator" role, his portrayal of musclebound "Conan the Barbarian", and his penchant for shoot-em-up 1980's action flicks. However, "Kindergarten Cop" gives Arnold perhaps his most complete vehicle for showcasing all sides of his acting talent.For a basic plot summary, this movie sees undercover cop John Kimble Arnold become a kindergarten teacher in order to scope out baddie Cullen Crisp Richard Tyson . While teaching or trying to, anyway! , he <more>
completely falls for a fellow teacher Penelope Ann Miller and forms a strong bond with her son Joseph/Christian Cullins .What makes this movie such a classic effort is that it is so multi-dimensional. Included are...-A typical gun-toting Arnie taking the law into his own hands. -Some hilarious comedy that will have you laughing out loud on numerous occasions. -Rich, developed characters that help suck you into the well-constructed plot. -A light, more romantic side of Arnold.All these different scenarios, mixed together perfectly by director Ivan Reitman, create a film in which every scene offers something to behold. Watching Mr. Kimble struggle with his new young charges is hilarious, while scenes towards the end of the flick will have you on the edge of your seat and perhaps even in real suspense.Overall, then, I consider "K-Cop" to be perhaps the most well-rounded performance of Schwarzenegger's career...and just a darn good movie to boot! Though some scenes will be too graphic or inappropriate for the real young kiddies, this is also a film that can be enjoyed by the whole family...again, because it offers so many different genres.
I reckon Arnie would make the best teacher. For starters, he could teach PE, and Austrian, and politics, and awesome, among other things. Schoolyard bullying and vandalism would be a thing of the past, and if any of the students were having domestic troubles at home, Arnie would find out and then BAM! Problem solved, just like in 'Kindergarten Cop'.Arnie plays John Kimble, a cop who has spent years chasing a criminal by the name of Cullen Crisp. When he finally gets Crisp, he now has to find all the money Crisp that stole. It seems as though Crisp's e-wife took it and fled to a <more>
small town with their son, and changed their names in the process. To find them, Arnie must pose as a kindergarten teacher, and hilarity ensues.'Kindergarten Cop' may not be as heavy on the action as some of Arnie's other movies from the time 80s / early 90s , but on the other hand, it is very funny. It delivers some classic lines from not only Arnie, but also his disciples of awesome students, whatever you wish to call them . 'Kindergarten Cop' proves that Arnie is family-friendly, as well as awesome. Bravo!8/10 - Check it out. You should like it, and if you don't, I'm sure Arnie will forgive you.
A Good Mix Of Humor & Action, But Unrealistic Look At Family (by ccthemovieman-1)
Here's an odd combination of humor, kids' cuteness, violence and suspense. The beginning, and the last third of the film provide the violence. In between is a nice story of a tough-guy cop becoming a loved and respected kindergarten teacher.The cuteness comes with the kids, who are nice and funny and with Penelope Miller's character. Miller sports wholesome looks and, except for the end when things get tense, a clean mouth.The star of the film, Arnold Schwarzenegger, shows a good flair for comedy as the tough guy-softie. This might be Arnold's most likable role. It was <more>
interesting to see Carroll Baker again, an actress I hadn't seen since the 1960s. I'd like to have seen her smile, but she frowned throughout her minor role in here.Storywise, this is typical Hollywood in that it depicts family life in a poor way. I know there are many single mothers out there today but in this movie - which is 17 years old - ALL of the kids in the class come from single homes except one, and that kid is being beaten up by this father! Excuse me - not one normal family out of 25?? Come on! Somebody should inform Hollywood there ARE happily married people in the United States....or at least outside the sick confines of Tinseltown.Anyway, the positives outweigh the negatives in the film and the unique mix of humor and suspense make this interesting for the full 111 minutes.
Cute for an afternoon escape from reality (by spiritedmaiden777)
Love to see this film over and over again. I find this was a turning point for Mr. Schwarzengger as an actor...the challenge of being on "the wave" inter-acting with children. The scenic area of the Pacific Northwest also was a plus to the film. Caroll Baker as "Mother Tyson" is a great villainess. Wish I had viewed some of her work. The white streak in her hair, was a great flash back to "Cruella De Ville". Richard Tyson as "Crisp" also plays a smarmy character. Love the contrast of short Linda Hunt's Principal to tall Kimble. Yet Linda proved she <more>
could project herself as more formidable than Arnold Schwarzenegger. I also loved the comic timing Broadway's Pamela Reed brought to the film. Her character's pragmatism to Kimble's take it all on, made for another good contrast. Overall the film is good for the whole family or a solitary rainy afternoon escape.