Beverly Hills Cop

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A freewheeling Detroit cop pursuing a murder investigation finds himself dealing with the very different culture of Beverly Hills.


  • Eddie Murphy
  • Judge Reinhold
  • John Ashton
  • Lisa Eilbacher
  • Ronny Cox
  • Steven Berkoff
  • James Russo
  • Jonathan Banks
  • Stephen Elliott
  • Gilbert R. Hill

Did You Know?


  • During his tirade at the Beverly Palms Hotel, Axel pretends to be writing an article called "Michael Jackson: Sitting on Top of the World" for "Rolling Stone" magazine. In real life, "Playboy" ran an article called "Eddie Murphy: Sitting on Top of the World."
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  • When Axel and Mikey are playing pool in the bar at the beginning of the movie, Mikey's wristwatch disappears and reappears between shots.
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    • [Axel pretends to be a male hustler]
    • Axel Foley: Tell Victor that Ramon - -the fella he met about a week ago? - -tell him that Ramon went to the clinic today, and I found out that I have, um, herpes simplex 10, and I think Victor should go check himself out with his physician to make sure everything is fine before things start falling off on the man.
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4.0 out of 5



In a sense, the film only works because, in the real world, the system is rigged against someone like Axel Foley. Yet when Murphy seizes the screen, all bets are off, resulting in a work of racial subversion that’s both hilarious and cathartic.

Josh Larsen

In Hollywood terms, Beverly Hills Cop harks back to the semi- good old days, to the studio era when stars were not always relied on to fix everything - this is unquestionably a star vehicle, but the star, an employee of his own production company, has been smart enough to surround himself with other, by no means lesser lights. [4 Dec. 1984]

Metacritic review by Jay Scott
Jay Scott
The Globe and Mail (Toronto)