Coming to America is a movie written by Barry W Blaustein and David Sheffield. Craig Brewer directs the movie, and it is a 1988 American romantic comedy. It is created by Eddie Murphy, who is also a star in the movie. His cast was prince Akeem, the soon-to-be king of Zamunda.

The main cast includes Eddie Murphy as Prince Akeem, Arsenio Hall as Semmi, servant to the prince. A friend to the prince, Shari Headley as Lisa MacDowell, is Akeem's love interest, James earl Jones as King Jaffe Joffer, Akeem madge Sinclair as Queen Deleon Joffer, John Amos as Cleo McDowell Lisa's father, and Pauls bates as Oha, a Royal Servant.

Discontented with his pampered life, an African prince decides to move to America to find his wife. It is on his 21st birthday that a wife is selected for him. Unfortunately, he is not pleased with his wife since he would love to have a wife who will love him for who he is and a wife who will share his knowledge, not one who will follow all of his commands without questioning. He moves to America’s poorest area, and he lives as a working-class man. This is an indication of the current situation when people want to change their environment and move on to a new phase of life whereby they feel better and fresh to start a new life.

On his first days of searching, he is not content with the women he meets. He claims that they all have a severe emotional problem; therefore, he asks an older man at the barbershop, Mr. Clarence, where they can find a nice woman. They go to the black awareness rally where Lisa catches the eye of Akeem. Akeem gets a job at McDowell so that he could get to know Lisa better. Once Lisa accepts him, the king travels to America by the word of Semi and informs Lisa that Akeem is to marry someone else. On his wedding day, Akeem is surprised to find his bride is Lisa. All this is to help us understand the concept of love and how it is always a challenge to many people.

In conclusion, this movie reflects the struggles a person gets in their lives and how different people deal with them. It also brings us to the face of the complicated issue of love.

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