Indeed_Movies_#72_The Naked Gun: From the files of Police Squad!

Welcome to episode #31- #72 The Naked Gun (1988) directed by David Zucker

Summary:

Seeking vengeance when his partner (Simpson) is shot full of holes by drug dealers, Lt. Frank Drebin searches for the Mister Big behind it all. Drebin suspects above-reproach shipping magnate Vincent Ludwig, but he can’t prove a thing. Bumped from the force by the mayor, Drebin, with the unexpected assistance of Ludwig’s ex-girlfriend, manages to nab the bad guy at a baseball game, where Reggie Jackson has been programmed to assassinate Queen Elizabeth.

Chris, Roxy and Paxton jump is will all glory into one of greatest modern slapstick films.   Well, for Chris anyways.   but we all know about him…..  We even got Roxy here to make she things don’t derail…oh crap, too late.

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Indeed_Movies_#73_The Nutty Professor

Welcome to episode #30- #73 The Nutty Professor (1963) directed by Jerry Lewis

Summary:

Nerd. Milquetoast. Klutz. These are just three of the many undesirable words that can be used to describe Professor Julius Kelp. But all that changes when the chemistry expert invents a potion that transforms him into a suave, sexy chick magnet, whom Julius aptly names Buddy Love. Unfortunately, there’s one side effect: Buddy can’t control when he’ll change back into Julius, an event that always happens at inopportune times. How will Julius/Buddy resolve his Jekyll-and-Hyde dilemma?

Keefe, Chris and Paxton look back at a well establish classic in the wold of comedy.   Even a remake can;t pull away the foundation of the original.  Now if only we can controll Keefe’s inner Buddy Love……

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Indeed_Movies_#74_Trading_Places

Welcome to episode #29- #74 Trading Places (1983) directed by John Landis

Summary:

The “nature-nurture” theory that motivated so many Three Stooges comedies is the basis of John Landis’s hit comedy. The fabulously wealthy but morally bankrupt Randolph and Mortimer Duke brothers (played by Ralph Bellamy and Don Ameche) make a one-dollar bet over heredity vs. environment. Curious as to what might happen if different lifestyles were reversed, they arrange for impoverished street hustler Billy Ray Valentine (Eddie Murphy) to be placed in the lap of luxury and trained for a cushy career in commodities brokerage. Simultaneously, they set about to reduce aristocratic yuppie Louis Winthorpe III (Dan Aykroyd) to poverty and disgrace, hiring a prostitute (Jamie Lee Curtis) to hasten his downfall. When Billy Ray hears this and learns that the brothers intend to dump him back on the streets once their experiment is complete, he seeks out Winthorpe, and together the pauper-turned-prince and prince-turned-pauper plot an uproarious revenge. With the good-hearted prostitute and Winthorpe’s now former butler (Denholm Elliott) as their accomplices, they set about to hit the brothers where it really hurts: in the pocketbook

Keefe, Chris and Paxton kick back in the 80’s to check out fast cars, easy money and Eddie Murphy?  Ah, only to be an experiment of some wall street rich dudes….

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