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Axle Foley, while investigating a car theft ring, comes across something much bigger than that: the same men who shot his boss are running a counterfeit money ring out of a theme park in Los Angeles. Written by
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One idea for the film came from Brandon Tartikoff who suggested a crossover film with 'Paul Hogan' as Crocodile Dundee but the idea was rejected by 'Eddie Murphy'. See more »
When Foley fires his gun in the park he says, "I'll put my gun down. I put it down on the ground and I'm unarmed." But later in the footage of him on the TV he says, "I'm putting my gun down, I'm putting it down on the ground and I'm not armed." See more »
They got fuckin' machine guns! I thought you said they had no guns!
They must've changed their world view!
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There are no opening credits. The title appears during the closing credits. See more »
The third installment in the Beverley Hills Cop trilogy is by far the weakest of the three. The first problem is that there isn't even s starting theme tune. The whole feel of the movie is much more slapstick than the first two and ads a result it feels very superficial. With the first there was a feeling that this could possibly happen in real life, but this film is just too silly. Practically none of the regulars are there: Todd's there but he is killed in the first five minutes, there is no sign of Bogomil, Taggart is briefly mentioned as having retired and Jeffrey's not there either. There is much more killing here, which is another unbelievable element. Have said all that it does have a few funny moments, especially from Serge. It's not the worst film ever made, but it's nowhere near as good as the first two in the series and indeed doesn't even feel like a Beverley Hill Cop movie.
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