Beverly Hills Cop: Axel F

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The space between posts in this thread seems to indicate that this film was in development hell.
It is also true that once they finally got everything in place they had to deal with COVID regulations and then the writers/actors strikes.

But after how lousy Beverly Hills Cop III was as the last distant entry and how lame Coming to America 2 was for Netflix, obviously tempered expectations would be wise. Because it is on Netflix and so many of us have access, surely most of us will watch it. If it is even just "OK" it will seem like a minor triumph.
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[quote=Holden Pike;2427553If it is even just "OK" it will seem like a minor triumph.[/quote]
I will have to hear reconnaissance reporting better than OK to click view on this one. Murphy was the king, once upon a time. I think we all still love him, but his time appears to have passed.



Eddie will always hold a place in my heart because of Delirious, the age he was when he made it and the age I was when I saw it.

That out of the way, his standing ($70m?) offer for a comedy special that he doesn’t want to do, tells me where he is as an artist now.



Hong Kong action film buff.
I am so excited for this film. I just finished the trilogy, and heard that the film will release 5 days before my birthday.



I just have to use all my strength to wait to watch it



It will probably take all of one's strength to watch the thing



Hong Kong action film buff.
It will probably take all of one's strength to watch the thing
Will it? Will it really?
I'm an Eddie fan. It might be the fact I've seen all the 'Shrek', 'Daddy Day Care' & 'Beverly Hills Cop' films, but nothing can convince me this will be a bad movie.



Will it? Will it really?