Lethal Weapon 3

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Warner Bros. / Silver Pictures Released 1992

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Director:
Richard Donner
Released:
1992
Rating:
R

Lethal Weapon 3 begins with LAPD Sergeants Roger Murtaugh and Martin Riggs arriving at a building that is believed to have a bomb in it. Rather than following procedure and waiting for the bomb squad to arrive, Roger and Martin go into the building and try to deactivate the bomb. Instead of deactivating the bomb, they set the bomb off and the building explodes. Because of their actions, the two are demoted to street patrol. Roger and Martin find themselves in a series of compromising positions while on street patrol, including involvement with the mob, a high jacking and a kidnapping. When it turns out to be an ex-cop who's responsible, things heat up.

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  • QUOTES (5)

    • Riggs: (Riggs and Murtaugh discover a bomb) Oh, my. More plastic than Cher.

    • Riggs: We busted our buns busting this guy.
      Lorna: Busted is right. He spent the night in county hospital.

    • Riggs: You're a very poor loser.
      Lorna: I didn't lose, Riggs.
      Riggs: Yes, you did.
      Lorna: No. No, I didn't lose.
      Riggs: Yes. You lost.
      Lorna: I conceded. I conceded. No, I conceded. There's a difference between losing and conceding.
      Riggs: You conceded or you're conceited?

    • Lorna: (Lorna has just taken out 5 bad guys) This PMS, it's murder.
      Murtaugh: Ah yeah, yeah. I know what you mean. I've been married for 25 years.

    • Sheriff: Sheriff's department.
      Riggs: Sheriff, we're LAPD.
      Sheriiff: Yeah? What are you guys doing down there?
      Riggs: Well,. We're in the middle of a case.
      Murtaugh: Yeah.
      Riggs: Of Scotch. [laughter]

  • NOTES (5)

    • Production Budget - $35,000,000
      Domestic Gross - $144,731,527 (4th)
      Worldwide Gross - $319,700,000 (5th)

      Domestic Adjusted for 2013 - $284,580,545
      Worldwide Adjusted for 2013 - $628,614,940

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      Arranged by Spud Murphy

    • A director's cut runs 3 minutes longer.

    • Tagline:
      The Music is Back Again.

    • Music:
      It's Probably Me
      Music by Michael Kamen and Eric Clapton
      Lyrics by Sting
      Performed by Sting with Eric Clapton
      Runaway Train
      Written by Elton John, Bernie Taupin and Olle Romo
      Performed by Elton John and Eric Clapton
      It's So Hard To Say Goodbye To Yesterday
      Written by Christine Yarian and Freddie Perren
      Performed by Boys II Men
      Latin Lingo
      Written by Lawrence Muggerud, Louis Freeze and Senen Reyes
      Performed by Cypress Hill
      The Three Stooges Theme
      Arranged by Spud Murphy

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Crime