Murphy/Nolte/James/Tighe/O'Ros ~ Another 48 Hrs.
The boys are back in town, but they're wearing their carbon-paper suits in this frantic but not nearly as funny sequel to the action-comedy hit. The first time around, the combination of Eddie Murphy and Nick Nolte had the element of surprise going for it: Who expected these two to have chemistry? This time, chemistry is virtually all they have in a veritable rehash of the first film. What plot there is has to do with Nolte's needing Murphy (who is just out of jail) to help him clear his own name and save his job on the police force. Director Walter Hill is back in place, but this time the script is the work of action hack Jeb Stuart and the movie barely gives Murphy room to unleash his comic riffs; when he does, we're expecting them (though he's still entertaining). --Marshall Fine
action-comedy film - a sequel to the 1982 film 48 Hrs -The action scenes within the film are lighthearted -one or more heroes is thrust into a series of challenges that require... Read morePublished on Jan. 12 2013 by T
Why didnt Reggie recognize the Iceman (Detective Keyhoe) in the first movie...In the first movie, Reggie was in the precinct quite often, why didnt he recognize the Iceman... Read morePublished on June 17 2004
Should never have been made. A deflated carbon copy of the original. Inaugerated Murphy's early 90's slide. Murphy and Nolte can barely be bothered to show up for this nonsense.Published on June 14 2004 by J
IN THIS ONE, JACK CATES NEEDS REGGIE'S [WHO'S JUST GOTTEN RELEASED FROM JAIL] HELP TO HELP HIM SAVE HIS JOB AND CLEAR HIS NAME OF A WRONGFUL DEATH. Read morePublished on July 25 2003 by MICHAEL TAYLOR
Hey, i like nick nolte, but Eddie Murphy shines here in spit of a script that is trying to give equality to both actors here. Not that the script is bad. Read morePublished on June 26 2003 by JediMack
Nick Nolte and Eddie Murphy return for another 48 hours.
Before these 48 hours are up, they will turn San Francisco inside out to nail an elusive druglord. Read more
Both movies are almost identical to each other, Nick Nolte and Eddie Murphy are fine performers, just don;t put them in the same movie together.Published on May 31 2002 by D.W. Smith