Will Smith and Martin Lawrence are back for more crime fighting, as Bad Boy Detectives Mike Lowrey and Marcus Burnett. Bad Boys (1985) broke all the rules, setting a high standard for buddy-cop films, and Bad Boys 2 raises the action bar for cop movies in general. As carefully choreographed as BB1, BB2's intense action sequences will have audiences yelling "WOAH!" through flying car chases and frame-by-frame bullet wounds.
You know you're in for a wild ride when Henry Rollins of Black Flag fame walks in as your Tactical Narcotics Team (TNT) squad leader, tats bared and all. Gear up with night-vision gear and assault boats as we go whoop some KKK, sister-lovin', dentally-challenged hicks' ecstacy import ring. As Mike says, it's the "same old shit, different day," only it gets better and faster as the day goes on. The wicked car chases have all the action of The Matrix Reloaded and there are as many spent vehicles as there are in The Blues Brothers. And the downhill-Hummer-2-shanty-town-exploding action is very reminiscent of Jackie Chan's Police Story.
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