The following are the all of the articles that have been tagged as and being related to Eddie Murphy that can be found here at Musings From Us, for your enjoyment.
“The Prince isn’t charming. The Princess isn’t sleeping. The sidekick isn’t helping. The ogre is the hero. Fairy tales will never be the same again.” This is one of the taglines used to promote the first in a franchise of great family movies by Dreamworks. When you get a great computer animated movie that opens with one of the biggest hits from Smash Mouth you know it’s going to be good! This movie never fails to deliver, and features a cast of fairytale and Mother Goose characters that we have all grown to love and hate over the centuries. Read more... (569 words, 84 images, estimated 2:17 mins reading time)
While this movie was just as cute and quirky at its origin, Dr. John Dolittle (Eddie Murphy) becomes a Dr. DoGooder as the request of his furry and feathered patients. This movie has its silly, make you ROFL moments, but there are not quite as many as in the first one. The girls are a little older now, and Dolittle is so busy splitting his time as being both an M.D. and a veterinarian, that he does not even realise that his eldest, Charisse (Raven-Symoné) is dating regularly, let alone that her current boyfriend is Eric, the pizza delivery boy (Lil’ Zane). Maya (Kyla Pratt) is still as cute as ever as the animal and science-loving little nerd girl. There is a new strife cutting through Dolittle’s relationship with his wife, Lisa (Kristen Wilson), as he is spending less and less time with his family. Dolittle takes it upon himself to send the family on a spur of the moment vacation to bring everyone back together when a new chink in plans kicks in. Read more... (635 words, 90 images, estimated 2:32 mins reading time)
Set in a the very modern city of San Francisco, CA, this fresh take on the classic tale is a far cry from the story of the veterinarian from Puddleby-on-the-Marsh. Dr. John Dolittle (Eddie Murphy) is a doctor with an interesting past. When he was a young boy, he had a gift of being able to talk to animals. He usually just had conversations with the family dog (Ellen DeGeneres). After learning about why dogs do things the way they do, and putting himself in a socially awkward situation, John’s father, Archer Dolittle (Ossie Davis), brings a holy man (John Lafayette) to exorcize the “evil demons” that seem to have possessed his son. The ritual scares young John so much, that the dog bites the reverend, and is sent away. John regresses and loses his gift for many decades. Read more... (765 words, 67 images, estimated 3:04 mins reading time)
Horrifyingly funny and outright hilarious as you take a thrilling trip with the Evers family deep in the swamps of bayou. This film has spooky charm that they whole family can love and enjoy no mater what their age might be. We get to see what the inside of the house that we love to have scar us from Disney Land could actually be like and some of the legends that come from it. You don’t have to wonder what going to this house would be like any more as this film takes you there and immerses you into the story like no ride ever could. You get to see just how weird, spooky and terrifying wonderful the house can be and we have the imaginings of director Rob Minkoff and writer David Berenbaum to scar us all the way there. Try it is not really a horror film but it is a pleasant horredy that you will definitely enjoy. Read more... (836 words, 76 images, estimated 3:21 mins reading time)