Vampire in Brooklyn Movie
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  • Dead and Loving It with Leslie Nielsen, a funny twist of a classic

    • by Frederick
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      When I saw that it was an Eddie Murphy movie, I expected good comedy, perhaps something like Mel Brooks’ “Dracula: Dead and Loving It” with Leslie Nielsen, a funny twist of a classic. Well, I was wrong.

      Apparently, the creators


      of “Vampire in Brooklyn” meant it to be for real, with just a few occasional laughs.

      Murphy plays Maximillian, a Caribbean vampire who is the last one in his dynasty.

      He searches for a woman in order to continue his line.

      The woman needs to be a vampire as well.

      Maximillian learns about Rita, a detective in Brooklyn, who is half-vampire.

      Off to Brooklyn he goes, together with his zombie sidekick Julius Jones.

      He finds Rita and starts charming her.

      ...


      • Vampire in Brooklyn Movie
      Rita does not know that she is a vampire, so having her accept her heritage is a part of Max’s job.

      Rita begins to like him, but her partner, Detective Justice, is very suspicious about this smooth newcomer.

      The movie

      is okay, I suppose, just don’t expect a typical Eddie Murphy comedy.

      There are some funny moments, but not funny enough to satisfy a comedy lover - just as the scary parts are not scary enough to please a horror fan.




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