16
Based on 14 Critics
86
Based on 54 Users
  • Harlem Nights isn't the embarrassing vanity production it might have been, there's still not a lot to be said for it. show more

  • People may go to see Eddie Murphy once, twice, three or even six times in disposable movies like Harlem Nights, but if he wants to realize his potential he needs to work with a better writer and director than himself. show more

  • The best thing about the film is the way it allows Richard Pryor to rise above the demeaning buffoon roles he's been playing for the last few years and finally play a character with dignity and style. [17 Nov 1989, p.89]

See all critic reviews on metacritic.com

We've created a new, improved account experience

Why register?
  • Log in and never lose your favorite theaters
  • Access your favorite theaters from any device
  • Registration is easy for new & existing Aol.com users
register nowCurrent Aol.com users, sign in & migrate now