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Sherman Klump (Eddy Murphy) is a shy, overweight chemistry professor who invents a slimming formula which transforms him into the svelte, fast-talking Buddy Love. He can now date his colleague Carla Purty (Jada Pinkett), but when Buddy starts to take over, Sherman risks being lost forever. Murphy plays Sherman, Buddy and five other roles in the film that revitalised his comedy career.
Lucky for Eddie Murphy he got hold of the rights to this 1963 Jerry Lewis classic before Jim Carrey did. Murphy had a comeback of sorts with his Jeckyll-and-Hyde-derived fable of awkward chemistry professor Sherman Klump (Murphy), who discovers a potion that transforms him into the suave, cocky lady-killer Buddy Love (also Murphy). The big difference between the two versions is that Murphy's Sherman is not only a nerdy intellectual but is also grossly obese, which provides the opportunity for some hilarious digital transformation effects, as well as some gentle satire of our culture's attitudes toward fat people. As he did in the hit Coming to America, Murphy plays multiple roles, and the scenes at the Klump family dinner table, in which he plays everybody, are brilliantly funny. (Murphy won the National Society of Film Critics' award for best actor of 1996 for these performances.) Lewis based his Buddy Love on the 1960s ideal of cool exemplified by Sinatra and the Rat Pack; Murphy stumbles a bit by playing up the oily phoniness of his latter-day Love a little too soon, but for the most part The Nutty Professor represents a welcome return to form for Eddie Murphy. --Jim Emerson
Worst use of £20 I've ever wasted. HD DVD's do not play on anything, not the PS3, laptop, or even a DVD player. Waste of money, waste of everything!! Do not purchase!!Published 19 months ago by Darren Monaghan
Eddie Murphy was funny as Donkey in 'Shrek' but I'm afraid this thing didn't make the grade. Read morePublished on 28 Nov. 2005 by DEC Normington
Imagine you are a teacher wants a boyfriend or girlfriend, but can`t get one! All your family is a bit on the big side, but they won`t loose any weight? Read morePublished on 5 Nov. 2004 by nikki louise willacy
This film, possibly the worst I have ever seen, should not even merit a review. However I feel a moral obligation to write one to prevent innocent human beings from having to sit... Read morePublished on 2 April 2001