Bad Boys for Life (2020) Full Movie

Bad Boys for Life
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Bad Boys for Life (2020) : Marcus and Mike are forced to confront new threats, career changes, and midlife crises as they join the newly created elite team AMMO of the Miami police department to take down the ruthless Armando Armas, the vicious leader of a Miami drug cartel.

Title Bad Boys for Life (2020)
Release Date Jan 15, 2020
Genres , ,
Production Company Columbia Pictures, Platinum Dunes, 2.0 Entertainment, Don Simpson/Jerry Bruckheimer Films, Overbrook Entertainment
Production Countries United States of America
Casts Will Smith, Martin Lawrence, Paola Nuñez, Vanessa Hudgens, Alexander Ludwig, Charles Melton, Kate del Castillo, Nicky Jam, Joe Pantoliano, Theresa Randle, Jacob Scipio
Plot Keywords detective, police, sequel, police officer, police detective, buddy comedy, buddy film, action hero
Detective Mike Lowrey
Detective Mike Lowrey
Will Smith
Detective Marcus Burnett
Detective Marcus Burnett
Martin Lawrence
Rita
Rita
Paola Nuñez
Kelly
Kelly
Vanessa Hudgens
Dorn
Dorn
Alexander Ludwig
Rafe
Rafe
Charles Melton
Isabel
Isabel
Kate del Castillo
Zway-Lo
Zway-Lo
Nicky Jam
Captain Howard
Captain Howard
Joe Pantoliano
Theresa Burnett
Theresa Burnett
Theresa Randle
Armando Armas
Armando Armas
Jacob Scipio
Wedding MC
Wedding MC
Michael Bay
Manny the Butcher
Manny the Butcher
DJ Khaled
Officer Harris
Officer Harris
Jay Dubb
Jenkins
Jenkins
Happy Anderson
Megan Burnett
Megan Burnett
Bianca Bethune
Reggie
Reggie
Dennis Greene
Lisa Ann
Lisa Ann
Lisa Ann Hadley
Mexican Female Prison Guard
Mexican Female Prison Guard
Gissette E. Valentin
Abuela
Abuela
Rose Bianco
Abuela
Abuela
Edelia Merida
Gorgeous Door Woman
Gorgeous Door Woman
Jasmin Lawrence
Gorgeous Door Woman
Gorgeous Door Woman
Shacai O'Neal
Javier
Javier
Carlos Guerrero
Terry Taglin
Terry Taglin
Massi Furlan
Judge Sorenson
Judge Sorenson
Chick Bernhard
Julie Weber
Julie Weber
Jennifer Badger
Felix the Forensics Guy
Felix the Forensics Guy
Jeff J.J. Authors
Pastor at Wedding
Pastor at Wedding
Keith Wheeler
Receptionist
Receptionist
Brandi Cohen
Rodrigo Vargas
Rodrigo Vargas
Jay Amor
Pool Party Waitress
Pool Party Waitress
Yessenia Hernandez
Salesman
Salesman
Anthony Molinari
Carver Remy
Carver Remy
Ivo Nandi
Disturbed Airline Passenger
Disturbed Airline Passenger
David Shae
The Butcher
The Butcher
Eduardo Rosario
Booker Grassie
Booker Grassie
Rory Markham
Police Chaplain
Police Chaplain
Brad Sanders
Lt. Butler
Lt. Butler
Damien Butler
Fael
Fael
Bilall Fallah
Javier's Wife
Javier's Wife
Norma Alvarez
Rideshare Driver
Rideshare Driver
Adil El Arbi
Female Basketball Referee
Female Basketball Referee
Christina Christensen
Female Cop on Radio
Female Cop on Radio
Nahima Bicelis
Police Boat Cop on Radio
Police Boat Cop on Radio
Erroll Castrillo
Skipping Stunt Cop on Radio
Skipping Stunt Cop on Radio
Kial Butler
Tour Bus Guide
Tour Bus Guide
Sharon Pfeiffer
Wedding Singer
Wedding Singer
Porshia C. Joseph
Wedding Singer
Wedding Singer
Ellison Kendrick
(uncredited)
(uncredited)
Davis Aguila
Poi Performer (uncredited)
Poi Performer (uncredited)
Athena Akers
Miami Tourist (uncredited)
Miami Tourist (uncredited)
Adrian De Armas
Police Officer (uncredited)
Police Officer (uncredited)
Laura Ault
Wedding Guest (uncredited)
Wedding Guest (uncredited)
Misty Autery
Police Officer (uncredited)
Police Officer (uncredited)
James William Ballard
Police Officer (uncredited)
Police Officer (uncredited)
Austin Bollinger
Zwaylo Boy 2 (uncredited)
Zwaylo Boy 2 (uncredited)
Mario 'Vocol' Booker
Jeffrey - Cake Boy (uncredited)
Jeffrey - Cake Boy (uncredited)
Thomas Brag
Aretas Thug (uncredited)
Aretas Thug (uncredited)
Troy Brenna
Police Officer (uncredited)
Police Officer (uncredited)
Sergio Briones
Doctor (uncredited)
Doctor (uncredited)
Landon Brooks
South Beach Patron (uncredited)
South Beach Patron (uncredited)
Ruben E.A. Brown
Reporter (uncredited)
Reporter (uncredited)
Lauren Buglioli
Mall Shopper / Pedestrian (uncredited)
Mall Shopper / Pedestrian (uncredited)
Ricardo Burgos
High Ranking Police Officer (uncredited)
High Ranking Police Officer (uncredited)
Matthew Byrge
Tommy Bahama Type (uncredited)
Tommy Bahama Type (uncredited)
Santos Caraballo
Club King (uncredited)
Club King (uncredited)
Matthew Carter
Police Officer (uncredited)
Police Officer (uncredited)
Joe Crosson
Wedding Guest (uncredited)
Wedding Guest (uncredited)
Ellen Marguerite Cullivan
Mall Attendee (uncredited)
Mall Attendee (uncredited)
LeBron Daniel
Cartel Member (uncredited)
Cartel Member (uncredited)
José Alfredo Fernandez
Spa Attendant (uncredited)
Spa Attendant (uncredited)
Darin Ferraro
Distinguished Gentleman (uncredited)
Distinguished Gentleman (uncredited)
Fred Galle
Detective (uncredited)
Detective (uncredited)
John Gettier
Tourist on Bus (uncredited)
Tourist on Bus (uncredited)
Joseph Giambrone
Kid (uncredited)
Kid (uncredited)
Derrick Gilbert
Valet Precision Driver (uncredited)
Valet Precision Driver (uncredited)
Jenin Gonzalez
Cartel Member (uncredited)
Cartel Member (uncredited)
Wil Gonzalez
High End Mall Pedestrian (uncredited)
High End Mall Pedestrian (uncredited)
Steve Heinz
Police Officer (uncredited)
Police Officer (uncredited)
Elvia Hill
Lyft Driver (uncredited)
Lyft Driver (uncredited)
Cal Johnson
Mall Visitor / Pedestrian (uncredited)
Mall Visitor / Pedestrian (uncredited)
Julia Kay
Major Patel Miami PD (uncredited)
Major Patel Miami PD (uncredited)
Melissa Kennemore
Club Guy (uncredited)
Club Guy (uncredited)
Tony Kim
Pedestrian (uncredited)
Pedestrian (uncredited)
D.L. Lewis
Beach Goer (uncredited)
Beach Goer (uncredited)
Josue Louis-Charles
Ambulance Guy #1 (uncredited)
Ambulance Guy #1 (uncredited)
Hans Marrero
Police Officer (uncredited)
Police Officer (uncredited)
Ryan L. Price
Police officer (uncredited)
Police officer (uncredited)
Diezel Ramos
Detective (uncredited)
Detective (uncredited)
Scott Rapp
Bikini Girl (uncredited)
Bikini Girl (uncredited)
Ashae Reagan
Mexican Prisoner (uncredited)
Mexican Prisoner (uncredited)
Felicia M. Reyes
Airplane Passenger (uncredited)
Airplane Passenger (uncredited)
Manuel Rivera
Clubber (uncredited)
Clubber (uncredited)
Luis Saldias
Sexy Model (uncredited)
Sexy Model (uncredited)
London Seabreeze
Mall Shopper (uncredited)
Mall Shopper (uncredited)
Pedro Tavarez Jr.
Uniformed Police Officer (uncredited)
Uniformed Police Officer (uncredited)
Robert Tinsley
Hot Miami Model (uncredited)
Hot Miami Model (uncredited)
Emily Towles
Detective (uncredited)
Detective (uncredited)
Joseph Velez
Police Officer (uncredited)
Police Officer (uncredited)
Maria Z. Wilson
Police Officer (uncredited)
Police Officer (uncredited)
Jamil C. Winston

Reviews

  • SWITCH.

    The list of what's wrong with 'Bad Boys For Life' is long and varied, but it's not all bad. There were some good lines, and the scenes where Mike and Marcus were together obviously shine in an otherwise dull film. Fans will also go nuts when a character from a previous 'Bad Boys' film makes a return cameo appearance. Look - 'Bad Boys 2' was one of those rare films where the sequel was better than the original, so there were a lot of high hopes riding on #3, especially given the exceptionally long period between drinks. But I'm afraid all those expectations have been crushed, and what's left is a mediocre offering that will go down as the third best 'Bad Boys' film... possibly until 'Bad Boys 4' arrives. - Jess Fenton Read Jess' full article... https://www.maketheswitch.com.au/article/review-bad-boys-for-life-whatcha-gonna-do-when-theres-nothing-new

  • msbreviews

    If you enjoy reading my Spoiler-Free reviews, please follow my blog @ https://www.msbreviews.com I was never a big fan of the Bad Boys films. Firstly, I'm not too fond of Michael Bay as a director (as a producer, he's fine). The way he directs his action sequences is incredibly choppy, filled with questionable CGI, very hard to follow, and we all know his passion for exploding everything. Oh, and I can't forget about the constant product placement (amazing how in a brutal explosion, everything is destroyed except a gorgeous-looking Audi car that remains intact). Secondly, the storytelling always felt extremely generic and unsurprising. So, obviously, my expectations weren't very high… Maybe that's why I enjoyed Bad Boys For Life way more than I anticipated. This movie should be a lesson to the Fast and Furious franchise. To make a mindless entertaining action flick, the lighthearted tone has to be well-established from the get-go. Despite the fact that the third act deals with absurd emotional twists worthy of a Mexican soap opera, the screenwriters are able to find just the right amount of harmless fun. I didn't watch a single clip before the film, and ten minutes in, I acknowledged that its goal was to simply be entertaining without taking itself too seriously. Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah balance the more dramatic family issues with the ludicrous action very well. The latter sequences are much better than Bay's. The car chases, even when containing a few too many cuts, are relatively easy to follow, and they pack that necessary adrenaline rush. There are a few surprising shootouts that are filmed to make them look like one take, which definitely brings something pretty uncommon to this kind of formulaic action movies. Technically, I think both directors did an excellent job, especially considering that this was their debut feature film. However, the story brings everything down. I believe Mexican soap operas might have better scripts. The dialogue reaches such a cringe-worthy level. Every essential plot information is given either through lazy character interactions or by that magical computer that every generic action movie possesses with which the main characters can basically know everything about everyone at the click of a few buttons. The comedy is quite hit-and-miss to me, a lot of the jokes didn't land, but some did make me chuckle. Overall, the screenplay is as cliche as it could be, and that last shot… I hate it. In the end, it's the cast who saves the boring narrative. Will Smith and Martin Lawrence share fantastic chemistry, and their banter is always entertaining to watch, even if it isn't as hilarious as it could be. I liked Lawrence more than Smith, maybe due to the non-action, family comedy bits that worked seamlessly. Nevertheless, it's dumb fun, and it's plainly visible that the actors had a blast shooting this movie. The whole cast transfer the joy that they had on set to the screen, and it's pretty noticeable. Watching Alexander Ludwig (Dorn) outside Vikings is always a pleasure (I so wish that he gets more important roles in the future), and the whole AMMO team (Vannesa Hudgens, Charles Melton, Paola Nunez) is all compelling enough, even if the characters are two-dimensional. It's simple: whether you enjoy the Bad Boys saga or not, this is undoubtedly the best installment of the franchise. If you go to the film theater with basic expectations of having fun, Bad Boys For Life gives you that, so I recommend it. It's a pure popcorn-entertainment action flick with recognizable actors who all share great chemistry. With Michael Bay out of the director helm, Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah deliver surprisingly good action sequences, considering this is their debut feature film. The formulaic, cliche, soap opera story is straight-up ridiculous at some points, and it carries such an aura of predictability that when it tries to introduce an emotional twist, it merely becomes absurd. The last shot feels like a call to Hollywood to make more sequels, which sort of ruins the whole "Bad Boys one last time" tagline… I'm extremely undecided on which side this review should fall, so I'll base my decision on the answer to the following question: "Am I going to (want to) see this movie again or another sequel?" Honestly… no. Rating: C+

  • itsogs

    Another action packed movie for fans of bad boys.

  • tylero

    You know what you're getting.