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Beverly Hills Cop III (1994)

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5/10: The Least Inspired "Beverly Hills...
Monday, May 23, 2011

The Least Inspired "Beverly Hills Cop" sequel!!! This uninspired sequel about a counterfeit ring operating in a Walt Disney look-alike amusement park qualifies as the least entertaining entry in the "Beverly Hills Cop" franchise. After producing "Beverly Hills Cop" and "Beverly Hills Cop 2," Don Simpson and Jerry Bruckheimer had nothing to do with this pathetic Paramount release that unimaginatively drags Detroit Detective Axel Foley (Eddie Murphy of "48 HRS") back to California for the third time. You can tell when a franchise has run out of momentum because it starts knocking off its own characters. Further, neither Taggart (John Ashton of the first two "Beverly Hills Cop" movies) nor Capt. Bogamill (Ronny Cox of the first two Beverly Hills Cop" movies) return. Nothing is ever said about Bogamill's absence, but we're told that Taggart has retired. Indeed, nobody replaces Bogamill, but franchise newcomer Hector Elizondo appears to be John Ashton's replacement. Let's not forget...

4/10: Beverly Hills Cop III The...
Saturday, February 25, 2012

Beverly Hills Cop III The first film is of course the best, the second film was a reasonable enough sequel, it was seven years before this third film came along, and I was keen to see what it would be like, despite the critics review, from Razzie nominated director John Landis (The Blues Brothers, An American Werewolf in London). Basically on a night when he is on the job trying to catch some criminals, Det. Axel Foley (Eddie Murphy) witnesses a well dressed man shooting and killing his boss Insp. Douglas Todd (Gilbert R. Hill), and his last words before dying are to get the man who did it. He gets some help from his old buddy Det. Sgt. William 'Billy' Rosewood (Judge Reinhold), now "deputy director of operations for joint systems interdepartmental operational command" (DDO-JSIOC), and his new partner Jon Flint (Hector Elizondo), old partner John Taggart has retired and living in Arizona. They help Axel find the...

5/10: The weakest of the 'Beverly...
Monday, September 26, 2016

The weakest of the 'Beverly Hills Cop' trilogy This instalment opens in Detroit with Axel preparing to raid a local chop-shop; he hasn't bothered getting SWAT support as the group is known not to use weapons unfortunately just before Axel's raid takes place another group of criminals has turned up and killed everybody in the chop-shop to retrieve a van that we later learn contained the paper used to make $50 bills. Instead of unarmed men the police find themselves up against machinegun toting heavies. Foley's boss, Inspector Todd is killed and Axel is determined to find the man who did it. Not surprisingly what little evidence there is points to Los Angeles; this time to a theme park, Wonderworld, where the head of security is the man who killed Todd unfortunately Axel will have a hard job proving it as he is a pillar of the local community. Once in LA Axel is reunited...

7/10: Axel Foley In The 90...
Tuesday, July 25, 2006

Axel Foley In The 90's Come on, lets face it, It may not be the best Beverly Hills Cop movie in the series but they tried their best to make it good. This movie was made 7 years after the second movie was made. Eddie Murphy returns as the wonderful Axel Foley, this time he is trying to find the killer of his boss Insp Todd which who was gunned down on Axel's last assignment. With the help of his friend Billy Rosewood (Judge Reinhold) they go on a roller-coaster ride to Wonderworld to find the killer. This movie is a mixture of action and comedy with some of the best one-liners that Axel has said. Yep this movie is full of swearing like the first two but it has more violence, but hey that's life.Steven E DeSouza wrote this story with the help of Eddie Murphy making rewrites and overall this made a...

1/10: Not enough Murphy wisecracks and...
Tuesday, August 9, 2005

Not enough Murphy wisecracks and only dull action scenes How could they make one more than two films in this series? The Beverly Hills Cop movies is a sign to moviegoers everywhere that putting a big star in whatever familiar thing he has done to death already, and way better by the way, is a total lack of originality. If they had only made the darn thing funny at least but John Landis, who is usually pretty dependable as a comedy director, seems more interested in putting cameos by directors in every scene, so it will at least be something that you can kill the time spotting.Every character is dull, and the reprise of Rosewood and Serge's characters only generate mild interest because we have seen them before.The villain, played by Timothy Carhart, is totally expendable and it's a wonder why they couldn't at least have brought in a stereotype police captain like in the...

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