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A classic. Many have copied it over the years, but this was the standard, and still is.
A little slow at the start, but ultimately superb! Some critics may not like that it was not faithfully "Shakespearean", but I think it took much from The Bard and freshened it up nicely. Highly recommend!
Did anything happen, other than a bunch of stupid people shooting at each other for 60 minutes? This film falls under the category of "90 minutes of my life I'll never get back". Seriously, not once did the movie even hold my interest.
What's worse is that someone at Rotten Tomatoes thought the descriptive blurb was worthy of publishing. Seriously, anyone who knows anything about guns knows that it is not easy to hit a moving target with a pistol. Indeed, the only reason I gave this movie 1-1/2 stars was because at least the shooting scenes weren't the usual "everyone hits everything they're shooting pistols at". As for "a reason for gun control" -- a patently absurd and stupid statement.
Classic good vs evil, with a touch of necessary hypocrisy. Very well done!
Surprisingly good - think Bowfinger but much better. Amazing that it is based on a true story. Eddie Murphy is not as memorable as in Changing Places or Beverly Hills Cop, but I think this will still rank fairly high on his list of movie roles.