Eddie Murphy: One Night Only

Eddie Murphy: One Night Only

Eddie Murphy: One Night Only will pay homage to Murphy's journey from a 15-year-old aspiring comedian, to the record-breaking Raw, which remains the highest grossing stand-up film of all time, to his indelible characters and impressions from Saturday Night Live including Buckwheat, Gumby, Mr. Robinson and James Brown. Written by Spike TV

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Tim M (au) wrote: Bai and Jones. NOW it's a B movie. Bai's nipples didn't get nearly enough screen time and weren't well utilized in the scant time they were featured. The fight scenes are pretty good, which is important since it's most of the story. Nothing epic, but fight and B movie fans will be entertained for 1.5 hours.

Eric H (jp) wrote: This is what horror and urban legends are about, and this film dares to take those stories and form them as a device for a slasher stalking people along a college campus using those devices but ultimately what large potential there is for a concept with many possibilities, it is ultimately thrown down the drain with your usual slasher movie fodder and terrible story with the cheesy surprise ending and large lapses in logic. Otherwise, it's a pretty good way to kill time.

Kris W (ag) wrote: "When they tried to buy him, he refused. When they tried to bully him, he resisted. When they tried to break him, he became an American legend. The true story of Preston Tucker." Preston Tucker: [revealing his graphics] The car of tomorrow... today. Preston Tucker: Isn't that the idea? To build a better mouse trap? Abe: Not if you're a mouse! Preston Tucker: "Big ships fine," Confucius say. "Rowboats long in tooth, make big noise, go nowhere."

Barbara H (de) wrote: Hey is Moses in this one too?

Frankie A (jp) wrote: Gangster flick with something to say about the source of true happiness; money vs. good works. Eddie Robinson's character escapes from a 1-way walk in the forest, and recuperates from gunshot wounds at a monastery that raises flowers. The story proceeds with Robinson helping the brothers get past a demand for protection $ at the flower market. Robinson also does the right thing and gives up his girlfriend to her fiance who really loves her. It all ties together at the end. Not exactly a gritty crime drama, but still entertaining. Only thing missing was Bing Crosby dressed in a monk's robe crooning away.

Genaro M (nl) wrote: God won't forget us either.

Katherine R (es) wrote: Does anyone know the significance of the little hula-dancing doll Tank kept with him?