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Sasha 1 year ago
Definitely not Eddie Murphy's best. Boring-ish and quite slow-moving.
Dan Saksa over 4 years ago
Good for some laughs. The royal penis is clean.
Luis Uribe almost 6 years ago
Lovelly 80s
Roberto Furlani almost 6 years ago
Eddie in a good moment? Yes.. What exactly this means? Some good sequences...
Anthony Colombi 6 years ago
Eddie at his peak in this classic 80s comedy. If you like this check out Trading Places.
Michael Cole 6 years ago
Definetely one of Eddie Murphy's finest films; Is always good to throw on for a few laughs
Kalel over 6 years ago
One of the all time great comedies, certainly one of Eddie Murphy's best.
Ken Miguel-Cipriano over 6 years ago
Daniel Jones over 6 years ago
One of Eddie's best movies. Also, Arsenio deserved much more than just the talk show.
Jose Stan almost 7 years ago
Kakra almost 7 years ago
Jaya Wardono 7 years ago
Classic Eddie Murphy flick
Nikole McKinney over 7 years ago
Best Eddie Murphy movie, right along with Golden Child.
Chad Breece over 7 years ago
Still one of the best 80's comedies yall.
Joel Parish over 7 years ago
Diana Chilton over 7 years ago
My first Eddie Murphy movie. It's all been down hill from here. Also, first drive in movie
Melody Costello Battaglia over 7 years ago
For true Murphy fans only
John Kevin Kamuchau almost 8 years ago
Has to be one of my all time classic .
Pieter Peach almost 8 years ago
I got that Soul Glo
Ana C.M. 1 month ago
Coming to America is a 1988 comedy film directed by John Landis. The screenplay was written by David Sheffield and Barry W. Blaustein, from a story by Eddie Murphy, who also stars in the film. Murphy plays an African prince, who heads to the United States in hopes of finding a woman he can marry. Coming to America is the first of several films in which Murphy plays multiple characters. Akeem Joffer (Eddie Murphy), the prince and heir to the throne of the fictitious African country of great wealth called Zamunda, is discontented with being pampered all his life. The final straw comes when his parents, King Jaffe Joffer (James Earl Jones) and Queen Aeoleon (Madge Sinclair), present him with a bride-to-be, Imani Izzi (Vanessa Bell), whom he has never met, and who is trained to obey his every command. Akeem concocts a plan to travel to the United States to find a wife he can both love and respect and who accepts him for himself, not his status. He and his friend and personal aide, Semmi ...
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