Two loose-cannon narcotics cops investigate the flow of Ecstacy into Florida.
Action, Comedy, Crime, Thriller
Martin Lawrence, Will Smith, Jordi MollÃƒÂ , Gabrielle Union, Peter Stormare, Theresa Randle, Joe Pantoliano, Michael Shannon, Jon Seda, Yul Vazquez, Jason Manuel Olazabal, Otto Sanchez, Henry Rollins, Antoni Corone, Gary Nickens
If you liked the first Bad Boys film, chances are you’ll also at least accept this one. If you didn’t like the first one, you’ll hate this sequel. Everything is basically the same in Bad Boys 2 as the first film, with humorous comments and and jokes about masculinity and other sensitive areas of manhood. Will Smith is the cool, slick, attractive hero while Martin Lawrence is the comic side-kick. Some of the jokes and witticisms are spot-on and you are guaranteed at least a few laughs, as long as you’re not an overly serious and sincere upper- class human being with no ability or trait to once in a while appreciate the face-value humour of an action-comedy film like this one. When you get comfy and ready to watch this film, don’t expect miracles. It’s dumb, silly and highly foreseeable, but yet enjoyable enough as headless, unintelligent candy for the bitty, little stupid thing inside us that occasionally screams for a dose of heroic maleness, fast-paced adventure, and adrenaline rush. This is pure and utter brainless Saturday-night popcorn-entertainment, expect nothing more.