Vice Academy Part 3


Comedy / Crime

IMDb Rating 3.8 10 340


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Darcy DeMoss as Samantha
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815.01 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
88 min
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1.48 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
88 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Woodyanders 8 / 10 / 10

More infectiously dumb fun

Stuck-up snob Holly Wells (a lively performance by the cuddly Ginger Lynn Allen) and ditsy sweetheart Candy (an endearingly daffy Elizabeth Kaitan) can't stand each other, but are forced to work together in order to stop a gang of escaped female convicts lead by the wicked Melanie (outrageously overplayed with eye-rolling hammy brio by Julia Parton). Things get worse when Melanie mutates into the crazed green-haired monster Malathion. Once again writer/director Rick Sloane gets plenty of cheap campy chuckles from such naturally knee-slapping subjects as lesbians in prison, mistaken identity, and excessive misuse and overuse of hairspray. The game cast really go to town on their broad roles: Allen and Kaitan make for a winningly sexy duo, Jay Richardson is a total riot as the arrogant, yet blundering commissioner, Johanna Grika does a respectable job filling in for Jayne Hamil as the stuffy Miss Thelma Louise Devonshire (the sequence with Miss Devonshire getting drunk, loud and unruly in a bar is absolutely hilarious), and the adorable Darcy DeMoss contributes an appealing turn as nice and honest reformed criminal Samantha. Robert Hayes' basic, no-frills cinematography is strictly okay. Both Alan DerMarderosian's bubbly, spirited score and the cool-thrashin' theme song hit the groovy spot. As an added bonus, the delectable Toni Alessandrini struts her scorching hot stuff as a stripper while Kaitan and Parton both bare their beautifully bountiful breasts. The zippy pace, lovably wacky characters, and frothy, cheerfully inane tone all ensure that this merry romp is a complete goofy hoot from start to finish.

Reviewed by thehappychuckler 3 / 10 / 10

3rd One Gets Even Worse

If you have survived this far in the Vice Academy series the third entry is even worse than the first two. Linnea Quigley steps out (which may have been a good decision) and in steps Elizabeth Kaitan (who plays Quigley's sister Candy). I think Rick Sloane had read too many bad comics as here the main baddie Melanie (Julia Parton) breaks out of prison and after robbing a convenient store is sprayed with malathion which gives her green hair and a nastier attitude. Because, you know that is exactly what would happen. So, Candy and Holly Wells (Ginger Lynn Allen) must foil her crime wave. Also, third time Rick Sloan uses that same title song. My suggestion is to skip it and maybe watch what these movies spoof in POLICE ACADEMY. But, if you liked the first two...enjoy.

Reviewed by gridoon 3 / 10 / 10

Unsurprisingly bad

There is no way to put into words just how bad, how shapeless, paceless and laughless these "Vice Academy" films really are. You have to experience one for yourself. For the third time in a row, writer-director Rick Sloane does not show even an ounce of writing or directing talent. There is nothing here that a person above the age of 5 will believe or laugh at, yet the (very brief) nudity and other "plot" elements make the films unsuitable for kids. Which leads me to believe that they are really aimed at adults with the mental capabilities of 5-year-olds. Elizabeth Kaitan makes a more than welcome replacement for Linnea Quigley - she is winningly bubbly and cute, and her wonderful big smile is about the only thing that can make a viewer smile as well. But watching her and the other girls in this film is like watching a bunch of flowers in a desert covered with horse manure. (*)

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