Naked Gun 33 1\3: The Final Insult

Synopsis: Oscar night. Who will win? Who will lose? And will someone please kick that numbskull off stage? Wait! That's no ordinary numbskull. That's Lt. Frank Drebin, crashing the ceremonies to stop a terrorist plot that could mean curtains for him -- or will a simple window shade be enough?
Genre: Comedy, Crime
Director(s): Peter Segal
Production: Paramount Home Video
  3 wins.
 
IMDB:
6.5
Metacritic:
63
Rotten Tomatoes:
55%
PG-13
Year:
1994
83 min
26 Views


Hey, look! It's the President!

And the Pope!

Oh, my God! Look!

It's disgruntled postal workers.

Wait a minute!

Give me my baby back!

- Are you all right?

- I'm soaking wet.

- I'll get the talcum powder.

- It's not that.

I had a nightmare.

Crime all around me, I couldn't stop it.

- Frank, it was just a dream.

- You're right.

All I need is a good night's rest.

Tomorrow everything will be fine.

How's my little boy?

Getting along OK, sweetie?

As well as a heterosexual can in prison.

I don't know if I can take it any longer.

- How's Tanya?

- Tanya's the same.

Milky, creamy skin,

pouting red lips, firm buttocks,

ample breasts, ears you'd love

to stick your tongue into...

- I'll get guy cramps if you keep this up.

- Sorry.

There's somebody here to see you.

Pahpshmir!

- My people are very upset.

- Of course, they're Arab terrorists.

You're supposed to be

the world's best terrorist bomber.

- Train stations, government buildings.

- The devastation in South Florida.

- That was Hurricane Andrew.

- That's what they told the public.

We wanted to embarrass the USA.

You've made the police look like heroes.

I told you. A first-class job

would cost five million.

If you want to step up the price,

I got a target that'll make City Hall

look like chicken feed.

A big target.

Why should anything be different?

Because five million dollars buys me!

I'm breaking out of here.

If you fail this time, Mr. Dillon,

my people won't be so forgiving.

Fail? Show me one man

who can stop me.

Attention shoppers, be sure to check

out our special on paper towels.

That's aisle seven.

Hey!

- Give it to me!

- My purse! Somebody help me!

- Let go of the purse, lady!

- Help me!

For he's a jolly good fellow,

for he's a jolly good fellow...

...which nobody can deny.

Well, we shot a lot of people together.

It's been great.

Today I retire. If I do any shooting now,

it'll have to be in my own home.

Hopefully, it'll be an intruder and not

an in-law like at my bachelor party.

Ed, I officially give you my gun...

...and my badge.

And... Jane and I would like

to keep the handcuffs as a souvenir.

Cheer up, Ed. This is not goodbye.

This is just "I won't ever see you again".

- Somebody help me!

- Out of my way!

- It. Drebin! Frank! Didn't you see that?

- What? Oh...

Yes, kitty litter.

Two bags for a dollar. Great!

Order. The jury will disregard that

last statement. Continue, counselor.

- The alimony had been set by the court.

- Yes, but...

You haven't paid alimony in two years,

repeatedly defying a court order.

- Isn't that right, Mr. Clayton?

- I'd lost her address. She moved twice.

Don't lie to me. You're under oath.

Do you know

what the penalty for perjury is?

- I'll ask you that again.

- Objection!

Your Honor, I... Ow, ow, gee.

- Counsel is leading the witness.

- Sustained!

Mommy said no pounding

when she's in session.

Read the prosecution's last statement.

"Don't lie to me, Mr. Clayton.

You're under oath." Good boy.

"Do you know

what the penalty for perjury is?"

That's all I have, Your Honor.

You may continue, Ms Spencer-Drebin.

Prosecution rests.

Defense Attorney

Ms Davies-Jacobs-Steiner-Lazlo.

No further questions.

Court will recess

until after the morning feeding.

- We can win this. I can feel it.

- Yes, of course.

- I married the wrong man.

- I never thought that was possible.

- I beg your pardon?

- Oh, nothing.

Louise, there's no such thing

as the wrong man.

You just have to work at it.

Now, let's see.

Mr. and Mrs. Drebin, right?

Now, you two have been married

for six months?

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Pat Proft

Pat Proft is an American comedy writer and actor. Born in Minnesota in 1947, Proft began his career at Dudley Riggs' Brave New Workshop in Minneapolis in the mid 1960s. He went on to perform as a one-man comedy act in the late 1960s. In 1972, Proft began working at The Comedy Store in Hollywood which led to work in television and film writing for the Smothers Brothers and Zucker, Abrahams and Zucker.Of the many feature films Proft has written, Wrongfully Accused, is the only one he also directed. It was released in 1998.Proft continued to work with David Zucker, and in 2013 announced he was working on a parody film with Zucker involving the Jason Bourne and Mission: Impossible series. more…

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