The weaker half of Cheech and Chong as a middle-aged hippie who meets up with his estranged son on a cross country trip. The producers must have been stoned when they made this mess!
When forced to comply with an open admissions policy, a police academy must cope with a motley crew of misfits. First and best of the series!
First sequel, in which our hopeless heroes clean up their vandalized community. If you liked the first one...
Two musclebound moving men must truck a load of toxic waste in record time or lose their rig to the bank. The Paul brothers got their start in acting as wrestlers!
Nice Dreams movie trailer - starring Stacy Keach, Cheech Marin, Sandra Bernhard, Thomas Chong, Timothy Leary. Directed by Thomas Chong. Genre: Comedy
Just when you thought the cold war was over, our fearless crime fighters invade the Kremlin. So much for glastnost.
When a budget cut forces the state to close one of two prominent police academies, both schools take steps to make sure theirs is the one that survives.
The Griffin family show off their new super powers.
A truck carrying toxic waste crashes in front of the Griffin home.
Animated version of the story of a young girl who leaves her grandfather's home in the Swiss Alps to live in the city.
Watch the video Police Academy's Michael Winslow Still Making Noise on Yahoo Celebrity . We caught up with the 'Police Academy' franchise's Michael Winslow via Skype to find out how he landed his memorable gig and the future plans for 'Police Academy 8!'
The cast of "Lavalantula," including Steve Guttenberg, Leslie Easterbrook, Marion Ramsey and Michael Winslow, chat with Access on the set of the new SyFy movie, "Lavalantula." What's the film about? How did the cast come together?
A New York City drug dealer decides to get out of the business, but has to flee from mobsters in Alphabet City (1984).
Rising gangster Johnny (Vincent Spano) has been making the rounds of the East Village, Manhattan neighborhood for which the movie is named, now introducing his mother (Zohra Lampert) and sister (Jami Gertz), in director Amos Poe's Alphabet City, 1984.
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