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Beverly Hills Cop Trilogy Unboxing

The heat is on. Eddie Murphy’s beloved street-smart Detroit cop Axel Foley is coming back to our screens in the highly-anticipated fourth entry in the Beverly Hills Cop series this summer, so it’s the perfect time to revisit the acclaimed trilogy – as if you needed an excuse. From Harold Faltermeyer’s beloved theme music to Murphy’s charismatic performance with all the whip-smart dialogue and thrilling action in between, the Beverly Hills Cop films are the perfect action-comedies that have just gotten better with age – even more so in sparkling 4K UHD.

For the first time in one collection, get the original action-packed comedies starring Eddie Murphy as street-smart Detroit cop Axel Foley. Tracking down his best friend’s killer in Beverly Hills Cop, Axel smashes through the local barriers in a hilarious high-speed pursuit of justice. In Beverly Hills Cop II, he’s deep undercover investigating a gang of international munitions smugglers. The third installment, Beverly Hills Cop III, finds Axel at the center of high stakes danger—literally—as several clues lead him to a popular California amusement park.

BEVERLY HILLS COP 3-Movie Collection is available now on 4K Ultra HD from Paramount Home Entertainment

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