Reviews / 05.03.2021

In the late 1980s, practically every film Eddie Murphy touched turned into box office gold. 48 Hours, Trading Places, Harlem Nights, and Beverly Hills Cop were all hugely profitable titles. Heck, even The Golden Child cracked $150 million worldwide. But, at least in my opinion, the gold standard of his career has always been 1988's laugh-out-loud riot Coming to America. Even with its dated outfits and retro references, it still holds up tremendously well to this day. Nowadays, sequels to box office smash hits generally arrive within three-five years of...