The action and comedy never stop when superstars Martin Lawrence and Will Smith reunite as out-of-control, trash-talking buddy cops. Bullets fly, cars crash and laughs explode as they pursue a whacked-out drug lord from the streets of Miami to the barrios of Cuba. But the real fireworks result when Lawrence discovers that playboy Smith is secretly romancing his sexy sister, Gabrielle Union. Director Michael Bay and producer Jerry Bruckheimer deliver a high-speed, high-octane blockbuster that will blow you away! (Sony Pictures Home Entertainment)


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English An almost abysmal difference from the entertaining and brisk first one. The characters of Lawrence and Smith may still have the same potential, but it’s hopelessly drowned in 150 minutes of repetitive, foul-mouthed dialogue that becomes irrevocably boring after a short while. Michael Bay seems to have gained a very high opinion of his work after the success of The Rock, and instead of continuing to make exclusively action-packed popcorn movies for the entertainment of the audience, he started betting everything on profit. Perhaps it’s paying off for him, but I'm not going to forgive him. 50% ()


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English A depraved, vulgar, hyper-destructive fetish for “modern audiences”, filmed with a retarded screenplay on the table and ecstasy on the brain. Bad Boys II is funnier and more electrifying than Bad Boys, but it’s also dirtier, more hectic and more chaotic. That includes the action scenes, which are far from the elegance of those in The Rock, with the exception of the car chase on the bridges of Miami, which is one of the best in the genre. Joe Pantoliano cuts the most comical figure, though he is unfortunately given very little space. It’s also a shame about the unused potential of the Russian slimeball played by Peter Stormare. The main bad guy is OK. Overall, Bad Boys II is VERY funny and brisk in some places, and utterly dumb and dull entertainment in other places. Michael Bay unleashed and stripped of any sense of proportion. Woosa! Three and a half stars. ()



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English Bad Boys II? - well now, what do we have here? Old friends in visually perfectly rendered action, a lot of excellent, good and awkward jokes, some family hijinks, an unnecessarily overlong runtime (would have been great if they cut 25 minutes), a delicious highway chase, a passage set in a morgue that made me laugh to tears, a perfect ending in Cuba ("Plan C" is a ride so unreal that it's almost impossible)... Peter Stormare appears in a supporting role (Bay, why on earth didn't you give him more space?), Jordi Molla, the villain, may not be Karya from the first film, but he is charismatic and swinish to the point of being over-the-top. And then there are thousands of other decidedly unnecessary things that make Bad Boys II feel like it’s full of useless stuffing. Bottom line - three stars is just right. There will only ever be one original Bad Boys. And the absence of music (the main theme) from the first film was also disappointing. ()


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English I'm not a racist, but the Hollywood nigga-macho archetype is really getting on my nerves. And when the two come together, they get an arsenal of stupid catchphrases, designer clothes, and a flimsy story about drug dealers... Well, what's going to come of it? An incredibly simple film with great action sequences. I would like to narrow the film down to them, avoid unnecessary interludes and "humorous" speeches by both Will Smith and Martin Lawrence. Two stars for Michael Bay's traditionally great direction, a thoroughbred edit and a colorful camera. Which, unfortunately, doesn't mean you can watch Bad Boys II with your brain online. ()


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English Bay is perfectly in tune with the xenophobic mood of America in recent years. Bad Boys II is an adrenaline rush that gives me the willies. And what about Martin Lawrence?......."No worries. You and I are just cocky badass cops and the rest of you are =CENSORED= that we can mash to a pulp, trash whatever we can get our hands on and don't give a shit about the law. All foreigners are scum, we don't give a fuck about the corpses in the morgue, it's not our bodies, is it? Running over dead bodies from the morgue, that's fun, nigga, ain't it? And the Cubans? They're subhumans, such human trash, I'd be happy to bulldoze over their shacks, I don't give a shit that there might be some people there, they're such commie scum."..... "And don't you think, Martin, that a little self-reflection might do some good?"...... "What the =CENSORED= are you talking about? A lot of people liked it, even KevSpa was thrilled! If you ain’t up for it, why do you watch action movies?”... “You’re wrong, Martin. I love action movies. I just don't like your tough-boy pose, and you in particular piss me off, I'd say you missed your calling."...... "FUCK YOU, MAN!!!!"...... "Oh, and one more thing. In an action flick, I need to relate to the protagonist at least a bit. That ain’t happening with you two. In fact, I really wish someone would kick your asses. Especially Bay’s."......."=CENSORED=. =CENSORED="..."Come on, Martin, don’t be mad."...... ()

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