It’s been almost 30 years since the original, classic Kindergarten Cop hit theaters but, for some reason, they decided the time was now to make a sequel featuring Dolph Lundgren subbing in for Arnold. The movie has nothing to do character or plot wise with the original, it just shares the same premise; hard ass FBI agent Reed has to go undercover as a kindergarten teacher at a very liberal elementary school because one of their teachers may have acquired a thumb drive that has the list of all the people in federal witness protection. The crew of Zach, Chris, Joe, Chris Ali and Asa dive into this madness and try to figure out if the school and the FBI are in the same building, why Dolph lives in a van down by the river, why the IT guy looks like a reject from Smash Mouth and, most importantly, why the Asian student Tripp is the only person with subtitles in the movie. You can watch Kindergarten Cop 2 on Netflix and sync it up to our commentary, which is below or can be downloaded.
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