Ever wondered why Eddie Murphy's Haunted Mansion felt more like a kid's movie than a rollicking horror-comedy? Brace yourself for a rollercoaster ride down memory lane as we dissect this Halloween anti-classic, and uncover hidden layers you might have missed. We start off by talking about the struggle of early mornings, before diving into our personal experiences watching the movie, the treats we gorged on, and yes, the one joke that managed to tickle our funny bone!
Our discussion takes an intriguing turn as we compare the movie to the iconic Haunted Mansion ride. We ponder about the plot's resemblance to a Dracula tale, debate about the performances by Eddie Murphy, Gary Oldman, and Keanu Reeves, and question why the comedy seemed toned down for a younger audience. The nuances of the movie's characters, their interactions with the supernatural and the absurdity of the plot, especially the breathing door scene and the ghost ball, will surely leave you scratching your head. So, get ready to revisit your perception of Eddie Murphy's Haunted Mansion with us!
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10/04/23 • 70 min
Hate Watching with Dan and Tony - Hate Watching Haunted Mansion (2003)
The morning time is tough for me . I'm a very I'm not a morning person , I'm very cranky . I need at least 90 minutes in the morning before anyone talks to me , or I get very upset . No one's allowed to talk to you , no one's allowed to talk to me .Speaker 1
Sometimes , sometimes , people break that rule , dan , and then they , they regret
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