Boomerang (1992 film)

Boomerang is an American comedy film directed by Reginald Hudlin from the year 1992.


Marcus Graham is a successful advertising executive, who is regarded as a womanizer. When it comes to the post of senior manager in the advertising agency, he sleeps with the aging advertising face of the brand Lady Eloise, in the belief, thereby securing the campaign. But it is different, and Jacqueline Broyer is his new supervisors. Graham and Broyer have an affair that sees the woman as inconsequential. But Graham falls in love and feel for the first time, what happens to his love affairs after a night with him.

After an argument with Jacqueline away from him and this makes him the laughingstock of the entire company. His him zugetane colleague Angela noticed that Graham's work suffers from Jacqueline's tactics and asks her not to do so. Graham, meanwhile, is the ambitious director of commercials free hand and the result is shocking. The management wants to fire Marcus, but Jacqueline Graham rescues before the job loss.

Graham and his colleague Angela Lewis coming closer and begin an affair. But the ladies' man makes a mistake and ends up again with Jacqueline Broyer. This leads to the premature end of the relationship with Angela Lewis. Marcus Graham only realize now what emotions he feels for Angela. Happy End - Marcus and Angela come closer again.


Joe Brown wrote in the Washington Post that the representation of Eddie Murphy " appealing " ( "appealing " ) was. He was " tirelessly " funny and you could like him. Brown said the high number of cameo roles known performer.

The lexicon of international film wrote that the film was "a boring dream world cinema ". It is not realistic and leg hold " obscenity "; the main characters lacked the " comedic talent ."


The song End of the Road, Eddie Murphy and Halle Berry (in two categories) received in 1993, nominations for the MTV Movie Award. The song End of the Road won the 1993 BMI Film & TV Award.


  • Filming took place in New York City and Washington DC instead. The cost of production was estimated at 42 million U.S. dollars. The film played in the cinemas of the United States 70.1 million U.S. dollars; the worldwide box office earnings amounted to 131.1 million U.S. dollars.