Dolemite Is My Name is a welcome reminder that the manic energy and masterful comic timing that made Eddie Murphy a superstar isn't gone.
Eddie Murphy's long awaited return at TIFF 2019 in the Rudy Ray Moore biopic Dolemite Is My Name!
Dane Clark joins Jeremy to watch TRADING PLACES and takes a deep dive into their 80s favourites and also a moment to reflect and worry about the current state of Eddie Murphy.
Actress Kate Hudson sure does have the market cornered on romantic movies, doesn't she? That Shelf's Dara Moats has complied a Hudson-free list of Love Stories, rid of the Goldie-daughter's infectious smile and affability, but full of many other lovely things to embrace from other, less Kate-ian actors.
Take a listen as Yaw and James re-imagine another Eddie Murphy classic, 48 Hours.
This week James and Yaw talk about remaking Beverly Hills Cop!
In honour of a mini-retrospective in his honour starting this week at the TIFF Bell Lightbox, we look at the career of Wes Craven, the best horror director of his time.
Our Sylvester Stallone retrospective reaches the manliest part of his career yet with Rocky III and the first introduction to John Rambo in First Blood.
Oh Eddie Murphy, what the hell happened?
America’s culture of greed has inspired several films in recent years, but Tower Heist decides to take a comic approach. It follows the employees of an upscale condo building who discover that their richest resident — also their accountant — has lost their retirement fund in a Ponzi scheme. The turn comes when the building manager takes personal responsibility for trusting the banker and plots to steal the money back from the banker’s well secured penthouse. It’s like a funny Ocean’s 11. Wait, Ocean’s 11 was already funny. Funnier? No... Hrm.