Overall Rank: 4768
Average Rating: 2.6/4
# of Ratings: 160
Theatrical Release Date: 05/20/1987
Genre: Comedy, Crime
MPAA Rating: R
Director: Tony Scott
Actors: Eddie Murphy, John Ashton, Judge Reinhold, Brigitte Nielsen, Paul Reiser, Jürgen Prochnow
Plot: When Axel Foley learns that Beverly Hills police Captain Andrew Bogomil has been shot, he returns to visit the ailing chief. He soon learns that Detective Billy Rosewood and Sergeant John Taggart are looking for the woman who shot Bogomil, and Foley once again teams up them to investigate a case that goes much deeper than they could imagine. -- Chris Kavan
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Matthew Brady - wrote on 11/04/2013
Loud over the top and straight up silly, sounds like a Eddie Murphy movie to me. This movie was directed by tony Scott and to be honest I am a bit shocked that he did this movie, because the camera is still.
FSUNoles27TS - wrote on 11/21/2012
This movie carries over the same ingredients that made audiences fall in love with the first of the series. This movie comes close to being my favorite in the series, but cant quite surpass the many characters and plot of the first.
Yojimbo - wrote on 10/01/2012
This virtual remake of a mildly amusing original has all of its wit and subtlety removed which leaves nothing but an idiotic, tasteless, crude, ugly pile of crap.
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The M.O.W. - wrote on 08/01/2008
Detroit police detective "Axl Foley" (Eddie Murphy) returns to Los Angeles when a friend (Ronny Cox) is wounded while investigating the high-profiled "Alphabet Crimes." He rejoins officers "Billy Rosewood" (Judge Reinhold) and "John Taggart" (John Ashton) in an effort to not only stop the string of robberies, but to find the person who wounded his friend, and to help bring the person or persons responsible for the robberies in.
This movie stands pretty much on its own, but it would be a good idea to look at the first movie to get a feel for main characters.
There is some pretty good action scenes, but none that really stand out. The gun-play is pretty much the same, however, surprisingly for a movie which is rated R, there is little to no blood.
The one thing that really …
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