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Showtime (Widescreen)

Robert De Niro , Eddie Murphy , Tom Dey    PG-13 (Parental Guidance Suggested)   DVD
3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews)
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Book 'em! The excitement revs up and the wit hits the fan when superstars Robert De Niro and Eddie Murphy star in this action/comedy winner about mismatched LAPD partners who become the stars of a reality-TV cop series.

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5.0 out of 5 stars De Niro and Murphy Jan. 29 2014
Format:DVD|Verified Purchase
This movie (by todays standards) is very old, but still so funny!
I really enjoyed it with the family.
Language can be iffy depending on the age of the watchers, so if you have little ones I'd screen it first to make sure you're ok with it.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Great not the Greatest June 5 2012
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The disc was in great shape but the box was a little banged up but in the end it was good enough for me.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Showtime? Maybe some other time... May 27 2004
Format:VHS Tape
This is gonna sound really wacky, but I swear to God it's the truth: the only reason I was even remotely interested in watching "Showtime" was to see Eddie Murphy, Robert DeNiro, and William Shatner all working together in the same scene. I dunno why, but for some reason seeing this thespian trifecta working together was one of those once-in-a-lifetime deals that I never thought would ever happen in a million years. And I gotta admit, watching Shatner showing the other two guys how to be a T.V. action-show cop was pretty entertaining, and a nice bit of self-satire of his T.J. Hooker character. And yes, I DO need to get out more often, now that you mention it...
Other than the moments featuring the man formerly known as T.J. Hooker, however, I found "Showtime" to be a reasonably entertaining if rather ordinary spoof on reality shows. Eddie Murphy does his trademark smart@$$ routine here, which has gotten pretty old and stale over the last decade or so. And DeNiro probably did his part to fulfill some sorta contractual obligation. Fortunately, I've seen both leads do a lot worse in some of the other movie roles they've chosen over the last decade or so. But I've also seen 'em do better as well (DeNiro more so than Murphy). To boil it all down, "Showtime" had a few somewhat funny moments, a couple somewhat touching cute moments, and a somewhat fresh action scene (the bad guys' garbage truck hauling a police cruiser on its dumpster forks around the streets of downtown L.A.), but it ain't really all that different from other buddy-cop-action flicks that have come down the pike since the genre was born. Also, I didn't find it quite entertaining enough to be a "repeat viewer" type of movie.
Oh well, there's always "T.J. Hooker" reruns... heh.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Sh*ttime. May 25 2004
That's it. That's my whole review.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Average Comedy ! For Eddy Murphy fans mostly ! Nov. 23 2003
By Guiglou
If you are a fan of Eddy Murphy, you will simply love this one too.The story is kind of you have seen it in numerous movies before and Murphy is just too previsible in his jokes.DeNiro is alright as usual but well ! He was funnier in Meet My Parents.
There is not much to say about it. I will just add that the beginning is maybe the funniest part ! and it's a pity that Murphy role become too serious at the end !
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By Lawrance M. Bernabo HALL OF FAME TOP 500 REVIEWER
You have to admit that the idea of teaming up Robert De Niro and Eddie Murphy is certainly interesting, but who would have thought they both would be upstaged by William Shatner playing William Shatner? "Showtime" is a film that has its cake and eats it too by making fun of the cop buddy comedy movie at the same time it embraces the genre. That might explain why you have the feeling at the end of this 2002 film that you are watching a different movie than the one you started out watching.
De Niro is Mitch, a streetwise cop who lives in the real world and takes pride in doing his job and the fact that he has never had to choose between cutting the red wire or the green wire. Murphy is Trey, a patrolman who likes being a cop but would also like to play a cop on TV. Rene Russo is the television executive, sort of a second grade Faye Dunaway "Network" type, who takes the opportunity to bring these two together when Mitch makes the mistake of blowing away a television camera during a shootout (his partner has been shot, there is a guy out there with the biggest gun you have ever seen, and for some reason Mitch does not like a bright light being shined on them in the dark of night). To avoid a multi-million dollar law suit Mitch is ordered to play ball with the television people, even if that means constantly being followed by cameras as he tries to do his job and putting Trey in the seat next to him. While Chase waits for Mitch to explode on camera, we wait for him to bond with Trey.
That is the premise of "Showtime," and the biggest irony is that the best scenes involve setting up the premise rather than the plot that keeps intruding on the fun.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Beverley Hills What? June 24 2003
By Aaron
Guys, know when to quit. It makes money, but it's shameful. It's also not that funny! This is the kind of numbingly stupid movie that deniro seems to like to make these days. Unfortunate, because i know he can do better. God-awful.
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5.0 out of 5 stars One of the Best Movies You've Never Seen June 8 2003
By Allie
I had never heard of this movie until I saw it on the new release shelf. And since it starred Eddie Murphy with Robert DeNiro of all people, I just had to see what it was about. It's a good buddy cop comedy that was a lot funnier than I thought it would be. Eddie and Roberts characters are perfect foils for each other. I think this is one of Eddie Murphy's best movies, along with 'Coming to America', 'A Vampire in Brooklyn', the 'Beverly Hills Cop' series and 'The Golden Child'. Do yourself a favor and give it a try.
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