Entertainment Review of "Bad Boys for Life": in a minivan,...

Review of “Bad Boys for Life”: in a minivan, but still riding

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The comic chemistry of Martin Lawrence and Will Smith has to do a lot of heavy work in “Bad Boys for Life,” the third action movie of friends and police who introduces the couple as rebel Miami detectives. They do the job, delivering a slightly nice movie that the committed fans of the franchise will rate much more, but they have to hack many plots by numbers and indolent characterizations to get there.

The opening sequence shows Mike Lowrey of Will Smith at the wheel of a Porsche, accelerating furiously, while Marcus Burnett of Martin Lawrence screams loud enough to drown the engine. How 17 years have passed since “Bad Boys II”, one could smell a phrase of middle-aged man, and indeed, they are in a hurry to attend the birth of Marcus’s grandson. Marcus, therefore, would like to stop and smell the roses; Mike thinks that retirement is a bad word.

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