The trailer for Kindergarten Cop 2 has been released featuring Dolph Lundgren and a couple of cute kids.
You might remember the time when Arnold Schwarzenegger featured in a couple of comedy movies. Despite his huge body and lack luster acting, he actually shined in few of these comic movies.
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One of the examples of such roles was Detective John Kimble in the comedy Kindergarten Cop. Arnold played an undercover detective who goes undercover as a kindergarten teacher to find out the son of an escaped criminal at the school.
He finds the boy named Dominic and falls in love. At the end of the day, he manages to save Dominic and put the bad daddy behind bars.
What made this movie so funny was Kimble’s inability to deal with the children at first but then he turns his ways around and starts to bond with the children. The movie did not do really great at the box office but it is a sure classic nowadays.
That was until the latest trailer of the sequel was released most recently featuring Dolph Lundgren. The trailer features the plot following almost the same lines as the first movie.
Except Dolph looks meaner and dangerous, his partner is not so sassy and the kids are acting like kids. The trailer is lackluster and it does not inspire the same interest as the first part did.
The trailer features Dolph’s character as a FBI agent who goes undercover as a kindergarten teacher to procure some important information from one of the children.
As expected, the children do not make it easy for him to communicate some sensible information and are even called the “most unreliable sources for information”.
Dolph’s kindergarten cop then takes the help of latest gadgets like cameras and ear pieces to allow his partner to see what he is seeing and help him with the kids. The formula of the plot looks to be the same.
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The film also stars Bill Bellamy who will be taking the responsibility of all comic relief in this movie and if Dolph Lundgren delivers, this movie could be funny.