This is an older movie and we couldn't find it easily. It was a birthday present. We were shocked at how quickly it was ready for pick up at the store and the birthday person was thrilled to receive it. At pick up the staff was pleasant to work with.
This movie is about Robin Hood a hero not a comedin, there were things in the movie that did not belong like the jackhammer they didn't have that plus shoe that had pumps on them soup cans has helmets there are alot of things that are wrong and it did not make sense this is one of the worst movie I ever got I think the one with Kevin Costner will be better.
I rarely laugh aloud watching movies! This, the first Eddie Murphy version had me in stitches! I laughed so much my sides hurt and there were tears in my eyes!! Very clever and uproariously funny situational comedy. Murphy's portrayals of at least 6 different family members\/characters, as well as the Professor was brilliantly done, in every regard. The sequels? Meh.\n\nOne of Murphy's all-time best! Better than Beverly Hills Cop, the original. Great casting, acting, directing, scripting, filming, etcetera, etcetera. I highly recommend this movie for a lot of major belly laughs, no pun intended!! You will enjoy and you will laugh! Yours in Comedy,\n\nOldHippieDude aka R. Whitlock from Lake Tenkiller, OK
Yes, there's a little preachiness here, but it doesn't puncture the party mood. Or stop Chappelle telling dirty jokes about prostitutes, for that matter. Thanks to him this isn't just a musical feast, but a rib-busting comedy too.
Chappelle keeps things lively, joking on camera, punctuating the acts with gags , while Michel Gondry maintains our interest, focusing as much on Chappelle's energy and wit, and goings-on behind the scenes, as the gig itself.