Kindergarten Cop


Action / Comedy / Crime

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 51%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 51%
IMDb Rating 6.1 10 117989


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Arnold Schwarzenegger as Detective John Kimble
Angela Bassett as Stewardess
Linda Hunt as Miss Schlowski
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812.06 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 51 min
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23.976 fps
1hr 51 min
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Reviewed by bensonmum2 7 / 10

"I'm a cop, you idiot! I'm Detective John Kimble!"

John Kimble (Arnold Schwarzenegger) is a cop assigned to put a killer named Crisp behind bars for good. To do so, Kimble needs to find Crisp's son and ex-wife. All he knows for certain is the name of the small Oregon town where the live and that the boy is kindergarten age. Kimble goes undercover as a kindergarten teacher to try to find the boy. Even though he's a tough cop on a mission, Kimble realizes, to his amazement, that he enjoys teaching the kids. He also finds a love interest in one of the other teachers, Joyce (Penelope Ann Miller) - a single mother whose son is in Kimble's class. And, as luck would have it, Kimble discovers that Joyce is Crisp's ex-wife. How convenient! Kimble will have to act fact, though, because Crisp is on his way to collect his son.

For the most part, Kindergarten Cop is an enjoyable movie. Schwarzenegger seems naturally unnatural around the kids, but that works in the film's favor. Kimble should be awkward around his class. There are a number of humorous interactions between the un-humorous Kimble and the kids - my favorite being his reaction to the kid obsessed with death. Good stuff. As awkward as Schwarzenegger is around the children, it's the exact opposite when it comes to his co-star, Miller. There's a nice chemistry between the two that really shows on-screen. I would have loved to see the pair make more movies together. Another plus for kindergarten cop is Pamela Reed playing Kimble's partner. Reed is always good and gives a solid performance here. Throw in some nice action toward the film's conclusion and Kindergarten Cop ends up being a nice experience.

I do, however, have two complaints. First, the film is too long. I really think that if just 10 to 15 minutes were cut from the runtime, it would be a better, tighter movie. Cut the scenes with Cathy Moriarty, for example. They add zilch to the final product. Second, baddie Crisp and his mother aren't threatening enough. They're jokes. Had the pair been played with a more menacing tone, the final showdown would have been even better. Still, it's a solid film as is.

Reviewed by stormhawk2018 10 / 10

How to define it

It's a comedy, it's police, it has action ... It's great. It is an entertaining film where several types of genre are mixed very intelligently achieving a fantastic result. In it we see an Arnold again to the rescue, in a dangerous mission, with a "perfect" companion, and a "target" that must protect very hidden. Arnold laughs at himself, from his previous papers, worse so naturally that it is even more fun. I remember reading that years later Stallone compared this movie with his "Stop or my mother shoots" and he did not understand why "Cop" had reaped so much success and his did not ... I did not comment. While the protagonist's performance is very good we must not forget the rest of his co-stars, funny and natural kids that raise a smile when you least expect it. They are irreverent, funny and tender, and you end up feeling as much affection for some of them as he does.

Reviewed by foufoutos-53734 1 / 10

you hit the kid i hit you

no this is not a positive message in a movie directed to children despite its violence Linda hunt may be happy with Arnold beating up a physically inferior abusive father but that's not a humane approach to the serious subject of domestic violence, the answer is not more violence the papa bear character does exactly to the abusive father what the abusive father does to his child would an intervention like this make the father less violent or more loving towards his kid in real life? Oh now i got my ass kicked, i wont beat you even harder but i understand i was wrong, Arnie's punches on my head made me see the light. That was back in 1990. Have all these movies made our society a better one, i wonder? Or are they just pure entertainment, no hidden agenda or social messages?

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