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I May Destroy You
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This movie is funny and spot on accurate. The writing is well timed and delivered and does have a message. I enjoyed it!
Plot is underdeveloped but overall is still funny comedy and even more politicaly actual than before.
Eddie Murphy as a con man who mistakingly becomes a congressman is the theme for this tired, disappointing comedy.
I'm talking with my kids about the election and trying to explain to teenagers about that you cared by Congress men votes. And since they're so young minded this is the only movie that I think that they could relate to you on what I have been trying to explain to them. It's not available on Netflix it's not on Comcast. I hadn't seen the movie in a very long time. But I think that they would understand the concept that I've been trying to explain
Here's where Eddie really starts to lose me.
Gotta like the older Eddie Murphy flix...
How Am I Just Seein This lol
Eddie Murphy at his finest, as a con man who tricks the voters into electing him to Congress, where he finds the big con going on in earnest. Entertaining, funny, revealing, and a viciously satiric criticism of our political system. With Sheryl Lee Ralph, Victoria Rowell and Lane Smith.
This movie was one of Murphy's funnier older movies, with some great jokes and acting by Murphy with a strong supporting cast.
Ca demarre calmement, le rythme n'augmente jamais et EDDIE MURPHY est clairement seul pour brasser du vent et ca dure pres de vingt minutes de trop, mais MONSIEUR LE DEPUTE est un film sympathique, chaleureux et assez amusant, si on s'accroche un peu. Pas un des meilleurs de MURPHY, mais un des plus originaux.