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  • With no more killing being requested Major Payne is without work and must find alternate means of employment

    • by Jermaine McKenzie
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      A veteran killing machine of the United States armed services is sent home when all the warfare has basically come to a halt in the world. With no more killing being requested Major Payne is without work and must find alternate means of employment.

      He tries other areas of the armed services like the police force but even that wasn’t


      good enough for him as they don’t do hardcore like he does.

      His only option that was given to him in a final attempt to get him gainfully employed in what he does best was to be the major at a local school’s cadet corp.

      The bad of misfits have been known to treat their previous instructors with disrespect and ...


      • they always manage to get their own way in the end, but that was before they met Major Payne and his type of discipline.

        He gets them in tip top shape but of course that wasn’t before they tried their very best to get rid of him using any method at their disposal.

        They eventually warmed up to him and

        he to them and when it came down to the final showdown between schools, Major Payne turned down a promotion back into the armed services to be with the team that he became a family of.

        This is a tough and rigid movie with a whole lot of comedy and it is very entertaining.

        You will simply love it.

        Happy viewing!




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