Jul 01, 1992 · Directed by Reginald Hudlin. With Eddie Murphy, Robin Givens, Halle Berry, David Alan Grier. A successful executive and womanizer finds his lifestyle choices have turned back on him when his new female boss turns out to be an even bigger deviant than he is.
- Reginald Hudlin
- 3 min
Boomerang earned over $131 million worldwide during its theatrical run. The film garnered nominations at the BMI Film & TV Awards and the MTV Movie Awards, while its soundtrack became a top-selling album. Entertainment Weekly called it an underrated classic and one of the best Eddie Murphy movies of the 1990s.
Directed by Elia Kazan. With Dana Andrews, Jane Wyatt, Lee J. Cobb, Cara Williams. The true story of a prosecutor's fight to prove the innocence of a man accused of a notorious murder.
- Elia Kazan
- Not Rated
Aug 01, 2013 · Eddie Murphy plays Marcus Graham, a hotshot ad exec who's also an insatiable womanizer. He is thus hardly prepared for his new boss, Jacqueline, played by Robin Givens. In terms of things romantic ...
- comedy, romance
Boomerang is a 2019 Indian Tamil-language action thriller film written, produced, and directed by R. Kannan.The film features Atharvaa, Megha Akash, and Indhuja in the lead roles, while Upen Patel plays an antagonistic role alongside Sathish and RJ Balaji in supporting roles.
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- François Favrat
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Boomerang! is a 1947 American crime film noir based on the true story of a vagrant who was accused of murder by an incompetent police force, only to be found not guilty through the efforts of the prosecutor. It stars Dana Andrews, Lee J. Cobb, Karl Malden, Arthur Kennedy and Jane Wyatt. The film was directed by Elia Kazan, based on a 1945 story in Reader's Digest and was shot largely in Stamford, Connecticut after Kazan was denied permission to film in Bridgeport, Connecticut, where the actual e
Father Lambert, a priest, is shot dead on a Bridgeport, Connecticut street at night. The police, led by Chief Robinson, fail to immediately find the murderer. It soon becomes a political hot potato, with the police accused of incompetence, and the city's reform-minded administration comes under attack. Robinson and the prosecutor Henry Harvey come under severe pressure by political leaders to find the killer or bring in outside help. After strenuous efforts yield nothing, a vagrant ex-serviceman
The film is based on an actual murder case in Bridgeport, Connecticut in 1924. While walking near the Lyric Theatre in downtown Bridgeport, the Rev. Hubert Dahme was fatally shot behind the left ear by a gun fired at close range. Those in the theatre were so shocked that no one t
Almost all of the film was shot in Stamford, Connecticut, except for the courtroom scene shot in White Plains, New York. Stamford locations: 1. The South End of Stamford, particularly at Saint Luke's Chapel. 2. Old Town Hall, particularly the Police Department offices and the sta
When first released film critic Bosley Crowther discussed the filmmaking, writing the "...style of presentation has resulted in a drama of rare clarity and punch." The staff at Variety gave the film a positive review and wrote, "Boomerang! is gripping, real-life melodrama, told i
Boomerang! was dramatized as a half-hour radio play on the November 10, 1947 broadcast of The Screen Guild Theater with Dana Andrews and Jane Wyatt, on the January 14, 1949 broadcast of the Ford Theatre with Dana Andrews and lastly, on Hollywood Sound Stage with Tyrone Power and Jane Wyatt on February 28, 1952.
But this movie is a bit of a disappointment. It attempts to draw in its audience by presenting richly appointed interiors and well dressed characters engaging in a lot of sex. The plot tries to explore the comeuppance of Eddie's sexually predatory character, but the movie itself seems to exploit the very qualities it denounces.
This film, by Elia Kazan, opened the Bedford Playhouse in 1947. It was shot in Stamford, CT and features a few well know actors. What will open the Bedford…
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