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Eddie Murphy returns as Professor Sherman Klump (not to mention Ernie Klump, Granny Klump, and Mama and Papa Klump) in this sequel to the popular 1996 comedy. Having decided to get married, the portly professor asks for the hand of fellow scientist Denise Gaines (Janet Jackson) and is overjoyed when she accepts. But when Klump's fast-talking alter-ego Buddy Love comes back on the scene, the ensuing havoc threatens to ruin all the professor's plans.
Eddie Murphy's remake of The Nutty Professor used the good professor's alter ego, Buddy Love, in much the same way that Jerry Lewis did in his brilliant original: a representation of the Id out of control that plays like an admission of the actor's off-screen sins. In the sequel, Murphy expands on his Klump family from the first film and makes them major characters. Consequently, his dark side has plenty more places to express itself, particularly through the oversexed grandmother, Sherman's aggressively impotent father, and his just plain surly uncle, as well as Buddy Love (all played by Murphy).
The movie opens with professor Sherman Klump barely holding onto his sanity as his internal Buddy Love makes him say inappropriate things. He decides to extract his mutant Buddy Love gene (a sort of genetic version of electroshock therapy), but afterward is unable to maintain his original personality and intelligence. Sherman is the most bland character of the bunch, and the audience gets stuck with his boring romance with fellow professor Janet Jackson, his struggle to be nice, and generic intrigue surrounding a Fountain of Youth formula he developed. When it's not trying too hard to be nice--heck, one character is anally raped by a giant hamster--the movie works. The moral of the story is that Sherman needs to reconnect with his inner Buddy Love. That goes for Murphy, too. --Andy Spletzer, Amazon.comSee all Product description
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A HUGE HAMSTER & PLENTY OF LAUGHTER.!
Buddy keeps resurfacing in untimely outbursts, and threatening the professor's marriage plans to Denise.
Utilising Denise's cutting edge DNA research, Sherman decides to rid himself of his nemesis, and his outbursts once and for all by extracting Buddy's DNA from his system.
But Buddy bursts full bodied into Sherman's world and lays claim to the professor's invention, a revolutionary youth serum.
Desperate to keep it from Buddy, Sherman hides the serum in the Klump family home, thinking it will be safe. But to get it, Buddy has to deal with the entire Klump family first....
The first film was a return to form for Murphy, he put everything he had into that movie, and it was one of the most heartwarming movies of Murphys career.
This in the other hand, is the Buddy Love to that movie. It's loud, crass, really over the top with the innuendo, and worst of all devoid of any laughs.
I was looking forward to the family having dinner scene, but it was basically the same as the first, and everything that you liked about Sherman was taken away, thanks to his little outbursts every now and again.
The first film had a great script and story, but this relies heavily on gross out humour and disgusting set pieces.
This was the beginning of Murphys second decline, almost ten years after his first, and apart from Shrek, he still has to recover.
It's his worst movie by miles, and i've seen Best Defence.
everything is covered here from fart gags, old saggy tiddies, to giant hamster sodomy!
if murphy isn't good enough (the variety of characters he plays is outstanding), the granny will blow you(!) away.. some of her one liners are just awesome. stand out scenes being the haircutters/back-pain reminisce, and the stripper man scene. 'soul. traiinnn!!'
janet jackson is also superb and seems genuinely gobsmacked at what is going on around her.
the dvd features are far from outstanding, and the sound is questionable and seems to have been mastered really badly. but if laughs are your priority then buy this movie to cheer yourself up loads.
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