Ethnic and homophobic slurs in a family film? Eddie Murphy's Dr. Dolittle series is now two-for-two. First the G-word was used to refer to Italians in DR. DOLITTLE (1998), and now "fairy" is used to impugn a character's masculinity in its sequel. This shameful lapse blights what is otherwise an amusing comedy based on the hero of Hugh Lofting's books, a doctor who can communicate with animals. San Francisco physician John Dolittle (Murphy) has become so famous he makes TV appearances alongside croc-hunter Steve Irwin. And the animals? They flock to him. His clients include Joey the Racoon (voice of Michael Rapaport), capo to the God Beaver (voice of Richard C. Sarafi...