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Bad Boys (Special Edition) (Sous-titres français)


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  • Format: NTSC, Subtitled, Color, Dolby, Widescreen
  • Language: English, Portuguese
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish, Chinese
  • Dubbed: Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Canadian Home Video Rating : Ages 18 and over
  • Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  • Release Date: June 26 2001
  • Run Time: 118 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (63 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00004STUL
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #35,216 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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Lawrence/Smith ~ Bad Boys (1995)

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A cheerfully over-the-top action film, Bad Boys is notable chiefly for the rapport between its two stars, Will Smith and Martin Lawrence, as two Miami cops on the trail of a drug kingpin as they try to protect a witness (Tea Leoni). Smith is the swinging bachelor and Lawrence the family man, and both must juggle their personal lives as they baby-sit the one chance they have to recover a stolen drug shipment, save their jobs, and take down the drug dealer. While the film is almost always implausible and its story is something seen many times before, director Michael Bay (The Rock) keeps things moving stylishly and at a feverish pace, as Smith and Lawrence prove themselves a terrific comic pairing. Their odd couple banter flies at a faster clip than the bullets and explosions, and becomes the best reason to see this hyperbolic but entertaining action flick. --Robert Lane --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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By the mid-nineties, the buddy cop action flick was not a new idea. Starting with 48 Hours and continuing with movies like Beverly Hills Cop and Lethal Weapon, the "cat and dog in a barrel" concept had been fairly played out. However, in 1995, a new director and some rising stars teamed up with the movie veterans behind Top Gun to create a new breed of action movie.
In Bad Boys, wild card narcotics officers Marcus (Martin Lawrence) and Mike (Will Smith) are in a bind. Their career dope bust has just been robbed from the station, and their only hope of finding it is the witness to a murder. However, circumstances get complicated when the two are forced to switch roles, and family man Marcus has to become swinging bachelor Mike for 72 hours.
The plot of the movie is fairly weak, centering around the drug bust and the cops' efforts to protect the witness, find the dope, and (shock and awe) keep Internal Affairs off their backs. However, the plot is not the reason to see the movie. For the reason, just look to the stars.
The same spirit of banter and hen-pecking that made the Lethal Weapon series so enjoyable is given a fresh coat of paint, and a couple of fresh voices. Will Smith and Martin Lawrence snap, crackle, and explode on screen, whether their shooting the bad guys or just firing pot shots at each other. While Lethal Weapon showed us the friction between a fresh pair of partners, Bad Boys shows us two cops who have been together six years, and know just how to get on each other's nerves.
But even with the snappy humor that Lawrence and Smith bring to the screen, the movie rides on wheels of action. Micheal Bay has become synonymous with action movies, and Bad Boys is the reason why.
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When the movie first came out in 1995 I wasn't really interested and didn't really care about it. But as time went on and I saw the trailers and commercials for Bad Boys II and I had to admit I was interested. It starts off with two cops; family man Marcus Burnett(Martin Lawrence) and the ladies man Mike Lowry (Will Smith), driving on the Miami streets. After a very successful heroin drug bust (worth one hundred million) they feel pretty good about themselves. That is, until they find all their evidence has disapeered. As the story goes on the only witness to a crime linked directly with the heist they're working to break will only speak with the cop named Mike Lowry, which, at the moment is not around. What's a best friend/partner to do? Pretend to be his friend of course! The plot can be easily guessed for the most part and there is heavy violence and language but nonetheless I found myself laughing (especially the minimart scene, you'll see) and forgetting all about the predictable plot and cliches. If you can easily ignore the strong profanity use or love it then this movie is for you.
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When the movie first came out in 1995 I was only 5 years old and didn't really care about it. But as I got older I saw the trailers and commercials for Bad Boys II and I had to admit, although it was R, I was interested. It starts off with two cops; family man Marcus Burnett(Martin Lawrence) and the ladies man Mike Lowry (Will Smith), driving on the Miami streets. After a very successful heroin drug bust (worth one hundred million) they feel pretty good about themselves. That is, until they find all their evidence has disapeered. As the story goes on the only witness to a crime linked directly with the heist they're working to break will only speak with the cop named Mike Lowry, which, at the moment is not around. What's a best friend/partner to do? Pretend to be his friend of course! The plot can be easily guessed for the most part and there is heavy violence and language but nonetheless I found myself laughing (especially the minimart scene, you'll see) and forgetting all about the predictable plot and cliches. If you can easily ignore the strong profanity use or love it then this movie is for you.
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By Scott on Dec 26 2003
Format: DVD
One of the worst action movies of the 90s. The dialogue by Lawrence and Smith is so God-awful that I had to turn this film off halfway through. Given how great of an actor Will Smith is, it hurts me to be so negative, but his acting is almost as bad as Lawrence's, even for a Bruckheimer production.
If you like completely ridiculous movies with plots that are extremely far-fetched, but have lots of crap blowing up, and the sound on your TV is broken, you may enjoy this film, although I'd advise you to rent Armageddon instead.
As far as the Special Edition DVD goes, I actually own it (gift), and it is far from "Special." The features that are on the special edition should have been included on the original edition. Beside a decent special about how they do the action sequences, everything else on the second disc is pretty boring.
In terms of the actual DVD, it was average, but nothing too special. The "talent files" and "production notes" are simply still images of the main cast that lists their resumes. Not very useful, but not bad to have either. The Michael Bay commentary is decent, although it would have been nice to have more than one person on it. Commentaries are more interesting when you have someone else asking questions or bringing up things the director might have forgotten. It would have been nice to include a commentary with one of the lead actors with Bay. The special effects featurette is very short and not that interesting. It's your standard "here's how we made stuff blow up" featurette.
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