Reteaming Eddie Murphy with director John Landis seemed like a good idea, since the two were responsible for a couple of Murphy’s biggest non-BHC hits — 1983’s Trading Places and 1988’s Coming to America. Yet this latest Axel Foley adventure has just one good idea: the staging of a climactic gun battle at an amusement park. To be fair, casting B-movie stalwart John Saxon as a villain was a pleasingly retro move, but bringing back the justifiably underemployed Bronson Pinchot to reprise his role as the obnoxious Serge from the original was a revealingly desperate one. C
Beverly Hills Cop III Reteaming Eddie Murphy with director John Landis seemed like a good idea, since the two were responsible for a couple of Murphy's biggest non-BHC hits...Beverly Hills Cop IIIComedy, Mystery and Thriller, Action/AdventureR Reteaming Eddie Murphy with director John Landis seemed like a good idea, since the two were responsible for a couple of Murphy's biggest non-BHC hits...1994-11-11
Genre: Comedy, Mystery and Thriller, Action/Adventure; Starring: Eddie Murphy, Judge Reinhold; MPAA Rating: R
Posted November 11 1994 — 12:00 AM EST
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