Bad Boys For Life

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Videos & Photos

  • Official Trailer 3
  • Official Trailer 2

Movie Info & Cast


Marcus and Mike have to confront new issues (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.


  • Will Smith
  • Martin Lawrence
  • Vanessa Hudgens
  • Alexander Ludwig
  • Charles Melton
  • Paola Nuñez
  • Kate del Castillo
  • Nicky Jam
  • Joe Pantoliano
  • Jacob Scipio

Did You Know?


  • This will be the first Bad Boys film not to be directed by Michael Bay. However, he has a cameo in the film as the wedding master of ceremonies who announces Mike Lowry's speech. Bay directed the scene himself, which is filmed with his signature 360 degree shot.
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  • Rita's shoes change from boots to high heeled pumps when she escorts Mike Lowery from Captain Howard to the AMMO team.
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    • Detective Marcus Burnett: Do you want your legacy to be muscle shirts and body counts?
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Atom User Reviews

Verified Review

The pace was kept and I was really moved by the captains death. I wish he wasn’t dead but it’s emotional:

Michael M
Verified Review

Definitely Gonna See It Again.

Daniell J


Jan 15, 2020

It’s impressive and enjoyable to behold how easily Smith and Lawrence slide back into these characters and actually make them more accessible and fun to be around than before.

Metacritic review by Todd McCarthy
Todd McCarthy
The Hollywood Reporter
Jan 15, 2020

The themes introduced in the early scenes are explored in the second act, further expressed through the chases and fights, and resolved in the conclusion. This might sound like rudimentary stuff. But it’s sometimes shocking how few blockbusters successfully pull off the rudimentary stuff.

Metacritic review by Matt Singer
Matt Singer
Jan 15, 2020

Taking the reins from Michael Bay, directing duo Adil Bilall supply loads of energised style, but without the panache or shamelessness of their predecessor. As for stars Will Smith and Martin Lawrence, they don’t seem rejuvenated by this reunion, mostly re-creating the forced back-and-forth quipping that wasn’t even fresh back when they were younger men.

Tim Grierson
Screen Daily