Bad Boys II

Bad Boys II

Out-of-control, trash-talking buddy cops Marcus Burnett and Mike Lowrey of the Miami Narcotics Task Force reunite, and 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 Marcus discovers that playboy Mike is secretly romancing Marcus’ sexy sister.

Narcotics cops Mike Lowrey (Will Smith) and Marcus Burnett (Martin Lawrence) head up a task force investigating the flow of ecstasy into Miami. Their search leads to a dangerous kingpin Johnny Tapia (Jordi MollĂ ), whose plan to control the city's drug traffic has touched off an underground war. Meanwhile, things get sexy between Mike and Syd (Gabrielle Union), Marcus's sister. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Paul K (mx) wrote: The Guardian describes this as 'utterly compelling and convincing in its naturalistic performances: a real gem'. Yes, exactly. It's full of close ups of faces, long shots of gritty urban landscapes, and also full of things left unsaid and unexpressed. Beautifully done and a joy to watch.

Fernando C (ag) wrote: "Louise-Michel" is an original and dark French comedy in which the leading characters live in the margins of society. They are the poor, the minimal wage workers, the delinquents and the intellectually impaired in search of revenge from the rich and the privileged. It is not a great movie but it is interesting enough for you to see it. Gustave de Kervern and Benit Delpine, have been working together for the last 10 years, and this is their third project as both writers and directors. The multi-awarded duo uses the shutting down of a factory in France as starting point of the script. After having been deceived by their employees the workers of the factory decided to use their lousy financial compensation to order the murder of the factory's director. The idea comes from Louise (Yolande Moreau), an ex-con with a questionable QI who feeds from pigeons that she hunts in traps. Louise takes the responsibility of arranging an executer and delivers the job to Michel (Bouli Lanners), a "man" who makes hits for a living and is evidently dressing a skin that isnt his own (Louise finds him because Michel accidently drops a gun outside a coffee shop). Gustave de Kervern and Benit Delpine decide to do a black, corrosive and politically incorrect comedy (this is evident from the first scene of the movie, even before the opening credits) where its obvious a ferocious social and economic (global capitalism) criticism. We should not like the main characters: Louise having murdered someone in the past, Michel earning his life by "committing" murder (its better than being unemployed!), of both being less than bright and rude (a true trait of Louise character). They are amoral but in spite of this we cannot help to feel empathy for characters. They are the unprivileged deciding to take revenge, all ending with several deaths and a fantastic commemorative dance scene. It is pity that sometimes Kevern and Delpine push Louise-Michel surrealism to absurdity, paranoia and nonsense (especially with the engineer character), and that the CEO's character is absolutely stereotyped which jeopardizes the movie but not to the point of making it a bad one. Yolande Moreau plays Louise perfectly managing to give her the necessary rudeness and amorality without making her hateful (responsibility that must be shared with the directing duo). Bouli Lanners is not at the same level but he plays well. An interesting idea, amoral characters expressing a morality we are not capable off, a ferocious social and economic criticism and a lot of black humor make Louise-Michel a comedy you should see. ** (2/5)

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Lorena F (mx) wrote: My Fabret movie sence a little girl:)

Tim K (fr) wrote: Yeah. Unless you are really into existentialism, I can't see this being interesting. I had this one recommended many times to me. I need to talk to those folks and find out what they were thinking. Ugh.

Josh H (gb) wrote: Funny, but totally unrealistic.

Graham M (de) wrote: If you love Grant's trademark scenery chewing while delivering dialogue with the intensity of a battering ram, then you may enjoy this for that reason alone, but otherwise it doesn't work as a comedy or a satire.

Ida K (mx) wrote: I'm not a huge Jane Fonda fan but I found this movie intriguing.

Mark B (ru) wrote: Nearly 40 years old and this film hasn't lost a step. Fantastic casting, performances, writing and direction - plus that oh-so-70's "ambivalent ending" make this one of the best realistic spy films ever.

Tyler B (jp) wrote: Very intense spanish horror film, very deranged and very graphic. check it out if you are into zombie horror or witchcraft horror.

Jackson R (es) wrote: Very overwritten, the film is trying to do too much all at once. the parallel universe plot framing device is neither unique or coherent. Lacked the bite of other movies with similar contrivances.

Alex K (jp) wrote: I Have 2016's Deadpool On UV.

Elias N (br) wrote: Aging visual effects are redeemed with great casting and legendary characters. Loki is one of the best Marvel villains to date and his backstory is a must watch in this movie.