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Reviews Featuring Eddie Murphy
I Spy with my little eye something beginning with "D". "Distinctly average movie".
The definitive Eddie Murphy movie.
Axel Foleys charm bypass results in a follow-up that fails to capture the imagination.
A strangely-timed and ill-conceived addition to a franchise that had already had its day. Its little other than a vehicle for kick-starting Eddie Murphys career, but doesnt work. Thankfully, Murphy recovered to do a bit better with the likes of "The Nutty Professor", "Bowfinger" and "Shrek".
As a boxed set "Beverly Hills Cop Collection" isnt up to much the sequels are poor and only the original movie gets the adrenalin pumping. The only way to escape being left with a tainted memory of Axel Foley is to watch the first one and give the other two a wide berth so save yourself a bit of money while youre at it and buy "Beverly Hills Cop" on its own. Its a classic, but its the only one.
An occasionally silly but often witty remake with plenty of crude humour.
Nowhere near as bad as it's regularly made out to be, and arriving at a time when Murphy was still at his peak, "The Golden Child" makes for fun, easy-going viewing.
Extremely impressively put together, but cripplingly unfunny and at times verging on offensive.
A charming, polished and original comedy featuring a great performance from Murphy and some memorable laughs.
Low quality family comedy minus the laughs.
Fairly typical lightweight Eddie Murphy fare that fails to capture the sparkle of his early work. Funny in parts, and with occasionally good action, the film makes for a reasonably entertaining diversion.
Entertaining and at times hilarious, this is one of the best modern day animated features around.
A rare chance to see some of the USs better comedy performers, each of them on top form, thrown together in one very funny and entertaining movie.
Outdated, offensive, and not remotely funny give this one a wide berth.
With its unfathomable storyline, lazy script, thoroughly dislikeable characters and half-hearted performances, this is one you can definitely afford to miss.
Why oh why do you do it, Robert?
A return to the comedic glory days of Messrs Martin and Murphy or pretty close, at least.
A bit like one of its ghostly inhabitants, 'The Haunted Mansion' is impressive enough to look at, but lacks any real substance or vital pulse.
Not quite as good as the first one, but guaranteed to make you smile, smile, smile all the way home.
Talking dragon or not, the sparkles missing from this middle-ranking Disney effort.
All in all, its a good film, not a great one, but one that ends the series well, and one that the kids will love.
A largely forgettable crime caper that thankfully has enough plot to hang the jokes on. The best thing Rattner and Murphy have made for a long time but that's not much of a compliment.