There are like seven things on this planet better than ‘Coming to America‘ and five of them will kill you. Coming to America will kill you also, if you’re prone to dying from uncontrollable laughter. If you consider the fact that the movie came out twenty-four years ago, then you’ll most likely end up battling a bout of depression for the rest of the day. You’re getting old, and there’s no amount of rejuvenation cream that can tell you otherwise. The best thing to do is to accept your advanced age and pretend like humanity stopped progressing in the mid-90s. We do it all the time on MiddleEasy. Wu-Tang Clan Forever. Pepsi Clear. Mega Man 3. See, it’s that easy.
Uriah Hall was born in Jamaica, moved to New York, and within a short period of time has an entire sport following his every move. That’s the very embodiment of the American dream — and he didn’t even have to mop floors in McDowell’s restaurant to achieve it. If they every make a sequel to Eddie Murphy’s ‘Coming to America,’ at least we know that Uriah Hall is an absolute lock for a role in the film. Check out what our @LayzieTheSavage shot as Uriah Hall and Marina Shafir walked down the Venice boardwalk.