Boomerang: I really enjoyed this one too. Halle Berry looks cute and Robin Givens is stunning. Murphy had a lot to do with the production. He has a story credit. The supporting cast is great too. Martin Lawrence and David Alan Grier are great as his friends. Grace Jones and Chris Rock are wonderful too. How about that crazy Grace Jones ad?
Eddie: "I want the knife...please."The Distinguished Gentleman: I don’t think this turned out the way Eddie wanted it to. It is pretty mediocre and not that funny. I think this was when Eddie’s work started to waver bit. He seems to be sleepwalking through the movie. This movie comes on TV a lot, but I usually flip pass it.
Yes, that is that guy fromPerfect Strangers
This is what happens to you when you do a lot of seasons of A Different World.
Vampire in Brooklyn: This is the movie where both a cat and a dog die. Wes Craven directed this somewhat serious vampire movie where Eddie Murphy is the bad guy. Eddie says that he did the film so that the studio would release the rights to the Nutty Professor. And, it seems Eddie didn’t take well to Wes Craven’s direction and ignored him. It does have some dark humor moments that I really like, but this might be considered the slide downward.