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      Vice Academy 3

      R 1991 1h 29m Comedy List
      Reviews 7% Audience Score 100+ Ratings Two policewomen (Ginger Lynn Allen, Elizabeth Kaitan) must save the city from a green-haired woman (Julia Parton) out to harm the environment. Read More Read Less Watch on Fandango at Home Buy Now

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      Audience Member Losing Linnea Quigley completely this time around, this film continues the whole 'diminishing returns' theme by continuing in the vein of corny jokes and not enough sleaze or nudity to make the film interesting. I'm of the mind that you either have to make a film of this nature actually engaging, or so over the top gratuitous that it distracts from the other shortcomings. This does neither of those things. Pass, unless you're just extremely bored. Rated 2 out of 5 stars 02/07/23 Full Review Audience Member The vice academy girls try to stop an escaped con who goes on a robbery spree. Elizabeth Kaitan is a welcome addition to the force but the highlight here is the all-girls potato sack race. Rated 1.5 out of 5 stars 02/13/23 Full Review Audience Member What can you say about a sequel that even Linnea Quigley refuses to appear in? That's like Michael Dudikoff turning down an "American Ninja" sequel.... oh wait, scratch that. Instead we get introduced to her character's sister (in a sequence reminiscent to "Charlie's Angels") Candy played by Elizabeth Kaitan whom you might remember from "Friday the 13th Part VII" and "Silent Night, Deadly Night Part 2." Well with screen credits like that we know she was hired for her acting talent. Ginger Lynn Allen returns so there is your one main character connection but then again does anyone get excited by the presence of Ginger Lynn Allen other than Charlie Sheen? Well we begin with Ginger's character Holly undercover in prison but the prisoner she is supposed to be watching escapes, holds up a liquor store, gets sprayed by some chemicals and in "Batman" fashion emerges as a green-haired bitch bent on bringing chaos to the city. Now Holly and her new partner Candy must stop her! Surprisingly I found "Vice Academy Part 3" to be a hair better than the first two. Either I'm getting used to these lame films or I'm actually getting dumber by watching them. What makes this sequel a hair better is the higher production values. Don't get me wrong as they are still extremely cheap but look like they cost a couple hundred bucks more. Writer/director Rick Sloane also seems to be getting a little better at writing as he even introduces a few poignant moments with multiple story lines going on. Well the film may still suck but it's at least a step in the right direction! Another disappointing aspect of this film is Jayne Hamil doesn't return to her role of Miss Devonshire and instead get Johanna Grika filling in. Grika does an admirable job (as good as one can look in one of these films) but Hamil made the character one of the few likable aspects of the first two films. Oh did I mention Linnea Quigley doesn't return? So far of the three films in this overlong series I have seen, "Part 3" is the best thanks to the filmmaking quality being heightened a hair. It still sucks thanks to more lame acting and forced comedy that fails YET AGAIN but then again fans of the series should be used to these aspects by now. Originally this was supposed to be the final film in the series but thanks to being another success, Part 4 was soon to follow. Also note how none of the women on the poster artwork are the actresses that actually appear in the film.... no doubt because Ginger Lynn Allen was such a bitch to work with on this film making ridiculous demands and acting like a pre-Madonna by showing up on the set hours late. Hey, this film by not be art but that is fucking lame! Rated 1.5 out of 5 stars 01/17/23 Full Review Audience Member More wacky camp fun from the vice cop girls. Ginger Lynn returns as Holly, but Linnea Quigley's Didi does not. But fear not she is replaced by the gorgeous Elizabeth Kaitan as Candy. The plot this time revolves around an escaped convict called Malathion who is exposed to toxic chemicals. Turning her hair green? So Holly, Candy and honest reformed criminal Samantha (Darcy DeMoss) must track down and put a stop to Malathion and her gang. This entry into the franchise has all the customary cheap campy laughs. Madcap characters. Lesbians in prison. T&A and please dont forget excessive mishandling of hairspray. I didn't enjoy this as much as I did the first two. Ginger Lynn is really the only reason I watched it. Rated 1.5 out of 5 stars 02/25/23 Full Review Audience Member My favourite of this 6 part series, which i guess was a lo budget cash-in on the Police Academy series? Infact, the first 5 films in this series are great but by part 6 all the gags had been used up., Director Rick Sloane reminds me alot of John Waters (and he can talk just as much too!), but he doesn't in any way compare himself to John or cite him as an influence, so that makes him even cooler. Linnea Quigley isn't in this film (even though she is listed as being in the cast on here- she only starred in parts 1 & 2). This was also the last film in the Vice Academy series to feature porn star Ginger Lynn in a lead role. A good, entertaining and silly lo-budget film. One of my faves. Rated 5 out of 5 stars 02/22/23 Full Review Audience Member The vice academy girls try to stop an escaped con who goes on a robbery spree. Elizabeth Kaitan is a welcome addition to the force but the highlight here is the all-girls potato sack race. Rated 1.5 out of 5 stars 01/28/23 Full Review Read all reviews Post a rating

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      Synopsis Two policewomen (Ginger Lynn Allen, Elizabeth Kaitan) must save the city from a green-haired woman (Julia Parton) out to harm the environment.
      Director
      Rick Sloane
      Production Co
      Rick Sloane Productions
      Rating
      R
      Genre
      Comedy
      Original Language
      English
      Release Date (Streaming)
      Jun 7, 2017
      Runtime
      1h 29m
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