Based on an Exit Polling of 69 Moviegoers
Your Probability of
Enjoying This Movie
Movie To Friends
|13-19||Teens (M/F)||14||About 50/50||86%|
|20-29||Yg Adults (M)||11||About 50/50||82%|
|20-29||Yg Adults (F)||5||Low||100%|
|30+||Adults (M)||22||Fairly Low||68%|
Very High, High, Fairly High, About 50/50, Fairly Low, Low, Very Low.
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|Eddie Murphy certainly didn't bring in the crowd this time. An almost total lack of advertising didn't help. Apparently the studio didn't have any faith in this movie. From six showings we were only able to collect 69 opinions. If this had not been an Eddie Murphy film I feel it would have received higher opinions, but people just expect more from Eddie.|
These opinions clearly show that your probability of enjoying this movie is about 50/50, which isn't very good. Still, even at 50/50 many of you will enjoy it. However, I would strongly suggest that you catch a matinee to reduce your potential for disappointment. My wife and I thought it was a decent movie, but I certainly wouldn't have wanted to pay full price to see it.
If you're curious about this movie but don't catch it at theaters it would definitely be worth a rental.
Cinema Review Prediction: (before moviegoer opinions are collected)
I saw the first showing and this is a decent movie. Not great ,but fun and entertaining. Unfortunately it's not very funny and doesn't really try to be all that funny. It's certainly not up to the level of most Eddie Murphy movies, but I don't feel it was bad enough to not screen for critics. My guess is they didn't have time to screen it.
We collected nine opinions and five rated it pretty high and four rated it kind of low, but no one disliked it. It's maybe not worth a full price ticket, but it's a great movie to catch at a matinee as a mindless summer diversion. To bad it has so much profanity. It would have made a decent family movie.
Set on the moon in the year 2087, Pluto
Nash (Eddie Murphy), an audacious, successful owner of the hottest nightclub in
town. Pluto finds himself in trouble when he refuses to sell his club to Mogan
(Joe Pantoliano), the lunar gangster that is helping the mysterious Rex Crater
mastermind a plan to take over the entire moon.
Joining Nash in the danger and lunacy
are Dina Lake (Rosario Dawson), a beautiful earthling who has traveled to the
moon to further her singing ambitions, and Pluto's bodyguard Bruno (Randy
Quaid) – a robot quickly approaching obsolescence. Rounding out the cast are
Rowland (Peter Boyle), a pool shark and Pluto's confidant; Flura (Pam Grier),
Pluto's mother; and Tony Francis (Jay Mohr), Pluto's friend and an Italian
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