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Dr. Dolittle 2

Eddie Murphy

Directed by Steve Carr
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June 21, 2001

Dr. Dolittle 2 is, well, you know what it is: a fast, fat paycheck for star Eddie Murphy. The original 1998 film grossed $144 million by having Murphy play a doctor who talks to his critter patients, who squeak and squawk and fart prodigiously in return. This time Murphy is back with more alleged family fun, playing matchmaker for two bears, voiced by Steve Zahn and Lisa Kudrow, and trying to save their forest habitat. Kill me now!

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