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Monday, February 14, 2011

Coming to America

Coming to America stars Eddie Murphy as a prince named Akeem Joffer  from the
African country of Zamunda. Akeem is sick of being treated like royalty, and when his father the king tries to arrange a marriage for him, the prince and his best friend leave Zamunda for New York City. They rent an apartment in Queen's, and set to work finding an American woman for Prince Akeem.

55 comments:

  1. I definitely recommend seeing this if you haven't. It's a classic.

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  2. OMG i LOVE this movie. I am literally getting out of my chair now to go watch this.

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  3. I laughed heavily in the beginning where he arrives in NY and 'greets' everyone in their own 'language'!

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  4. Eddie Murphey, great actor.
    Film summary, great read.
    Coming to America, OK film.

    Keep up the good posts

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  5. Everyone should see that movie !

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  6. i haven't seen this one yet, i'll definatley go check it out someday

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  7. I seen this film two times on tv, it's very funny.
    Recomended for everyone.

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  8. happy valentines day!!!

    I wait on my blog!!

    $upporting BRO

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  9. you remembered me of this film is very funny.

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  10. Love this film, def a classic but yeah very underrated with today's younger generation.

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  11. Wow one of my favorite underrated movies. Saw this when I was a bit younger and loved the moral of "money don't equals happiness" :D

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  12. I've never seen the whole thing. It's not really for me.

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  13. The opening sequence is absolutely classic. Love this one.

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  14. How is this film underrated whatsoever? It's wildly popular and played on every TV station on rotation. You don't even try.

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  15. I wouldn't exactly say underrated, but it is a great movie nonetheless!

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  16. Great movies listed here. Definitely need more credit.

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  17. I love this flick - Eddie Murphy at his best

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  18. Underrated?!?!? No Way, this movie is awesome!!

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  19. This was when Eddie Murphy was still funny. A classic.

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  20. I love this movie. I wish Darth Vader was my dad.

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  21. This movie was pretty funny haha. I like your taste in movies. Followed!

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  22. pretty good movie, eddie murphy is a boss

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  23. All-time comedy classic. Back when Eddie Murphy was, you know, funny. Check out some of his stand-up specials on YouTube they're amazing.

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  24. this is a great film, everyone should see it.

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  25. hmm never seen this. might check it out

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  26. lol, almost forgot about this film. This was definitely underrated.

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  27. I have always loved this movie!

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  28. hahahaha this movie is a classic, great comedy and eddie murphy...'nuff said

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  29. seen this so many times, its always on comedy central. def a good movie

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  30. that´s one of the best films I ever seen!

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  31. Eddy murphys movies are always hilarious, a true classic

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  32. Haven't seen it. Looks like its worth checking out.

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  33. I remember this movie... lol

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  34. Haven't seen it yet.... But im gonna watch it soon! :-)

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  35. Oh what a great movie, Eddie Murphy in his prime

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  36. Oh Eddie Murphy, how great you once were.

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  37. never heard of it but looks funny

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  38. Is this the one where he has the briefcase with the golden... EVERYTHING (hair dryer, scepter, all sorts of expensive stuff) which gets stolen?
    :)

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  39. a classic! one of my favourite comedies of all time!

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  40. i have seen this movie a thousand times. My favorite part is when he is singing walking down the street and every one is throwing stuff at him... classic.

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  41. yeah, remember this one... i love eddie murphy

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  42. Love this movie :)
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