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Jim Barton over 5 years ago
Other than his stand up Eddie Murphy is NOT funny.
Tyler Langan almost 6 years ago
Eddie Murphy will do anything for money.
Dylan Clites over 6 years ago
Eddie Murphy apparently mistakes fart jokes as quality comedy. Everyone else suffers.
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Rafael Santos over 3 years ago
The Nutty Professor is a 1996 science fiction-romantic comedy film starring Eddie Murphy. It is a remake of the 1963 film of the same name, starring Jerry Lewis. The original music score was composed by David Newman. The film won an Academy Award for Makeup. Murphy plays benevolent university professor Sherman Klump, who is morbidly obese. He invents a miracle weight-loss potion and, hoping to win the affection of the girl of his dreams, tries it on himself. Social situations demand that he call himself by a different name while he is using the potion and his slim self becomes an independent personality. Like the original film's Julius Kelp, Klump's trim and stylish (but arrogant) alter ego is also named Buddy Love. Murphy plays a total of seven characters in the film, including Sherman, most of Sherman's family (except for his nephew, Ernie "Hercules" Klump Jr. played by actor Jamal Mixon) and an over-the-top parody of Richard Simmons. The Clarence Carter song "Strokin'" that was...
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