comment t1_dzjbthk re: Which part of Kindergarten Cop do you consider the most poignant?
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{ posted: Thursday, 24 May, 2018 at 10:00pm // views: 16 // words: 71 }

Yeah, there's definitely a lot to process when the curtain finally drops. Like you can finally breathe again!

But for me, I think it's when Dominic shows Mr. Kimble his "laser" and you see how he's not unaware of the problems in his life, but he has no legitimate way of dealing with them. Really shows you the innocence of children, which is–of course–the heart of the movie.

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