Hi! I've always wanted to ask: Why aren't Eddie Murphy, Steve Martin and Robin Williams funny anymore? It seems that each of the comedies have slid into middle age and just lost their flair! Ironically, they only seem to be funny when their doing voiceovers! I mean why is Eddie very funny doing the voice of Donkey in Shrek 2, but awful in Haunted Mansion, Pluto Nash and Daddy Day Care? The last 'live-action' movie where he was funny was in Nutty Professor 1! Steve Martin gave us The Jerk, Man With Two Brains, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels and even LA Story. But nowadays... he seems to get worse and worse what with Cheaper By The Dozen (cringe!) and Briniging Down The House (horrifying! ) I read interviews with him around the Net that he's really more interested in writing comedy, dramas and stage plays more than anything else, and if that's true, then STEVE, Quit acting! Go out on top! There's no shame in moving into writing, producing and directing! Robin Williams... ahh... Mr Saccharine... He's given us Aladdin, but Jack. Mrs Doubtfire!, but Hook AND Bicentennial Man AND Jakob The Liar AND Patch Adams... He managed to redeem himself with the stand up show he done for DVD. 100 mins of 'off the cuff' unrehearsed and ad-libbed humour! So he's still got it, but why is he seen in such mawkish and sentimental movies? My suggestions, at least, for Eddie are to do a couple of R-Rated comedies where he can run his mouth and truly be HIMSELF. It's all well and good making family movies for the kids, but Eddie is forgetting the older fans! We wanna see some of the old Eddie, the trash-talking Eddie, the take-no-s%£t Eddie! He NEEDS to hook up with Paramount again and give us some more FUN movies, like some sequels (Coming to America, Trading Places, 48 Hours?) new projects (bring back Arsenio!) and a NEW Stand Up movie! It's about time! I don't know what to suggest for Steve Martin and Robin Williams. Has anybody got any ideas?