Between 1984 and 1994 Eddie Murphy/Axel Foley was at the top of the cop comedy films. He was funny while catching the bad guys. Money was made by everyone involved. Revel in the era where Eddie Murphy was often on the big screen wooing all who watched.
This collection contains the three Beverly Hills Cop films plus plenty of cool special features.
Beverly Hills Cop directed by Martin Brest:
Being a cop from Detroit means that you have to think on your feet. One guy who excels at that in a non typical way is Axel Foley (Eddie Murphy – My Name is Dolemite, Coming to America). Often to the chagrin of his bosses and criminals.
Things get serious when Axel’s best friend is murdered. Axel’s investigation leads him to an environment which he is not familiar with – Beverly Hills. His style makes him stick out like a sore thumb. As such, two other cops, Detective Billy Rosewood (Judge Reinhold – Fast Times at Ridgemont High, The Santa Clause) and Sergeant Taggart (John Ashton – Midnight Run, Gone Baby Gone), are assigned to shadow him.
Beverly Hills Cop II directed by Tony Scott:
Axel Foley is back and he is going undercover. This time in Southern California. He is trying to stop a powerful underground gang that deals in weapons smuggling. Detective Billy Rosewood and Sergeant Taggart are once again back for the wild ride.
Beverly Hills Cop III directed by John Landis:
This time Axel is after some car thieves. Soon he realizes this is more serious that that as they are counterfeiters and ruthless killers. He is once again working with Detective Billy Rosewood and his pal Serge (Bronson Pinchot – True Romance, Risky Business). The investigation leads to a chase around large Los Angeles theme park, WonderWorld.
- NEW Two never-before-seen deleted scenes
- NEW Four new behind-the-scenes featurettes incorporating vintage 1984 interviews
- NEW An isolated audio track of the original score by Harold Faltermeyer
- NEW “BHC Mixtape ’84” – which allows viewers to go directly to the scenes featuring the hit songs “The Heat Is On,” “Neutron Dance,” “New Attitude,” “Stir It Up,” “Do You Really,” and “Nasty Girl.”
- Audio Commentary by director Martin Brest
- Beverly Hills Cop—The Phenomenon Begins
- A Glimpse Inside the Casting Process
- The Music of Beverly Hills Cop
- Location Map
- Theatrical Trailer