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Bad Boys: Ride or Die

Lowrey and Burnett race against time to clear their late Captain's name.


Why watch this film?

Bad Boys: Ride or Die is the fourth film in the franchise that began in the 1990s, under the direction of Michael Bay, and has seen its world transformed. Bay has become a director both loved and hated due to the Transformers saga, Will Smith won an Oscar, and Martin Lawrence's career didn't take off as anyone in the early 2000s would have thought. Even so, the saga of the two unconventional cops continues: in this fourth chapter, the visuals still echo music videos, the theme song still sticks in your head, and above all, directors Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah, who already helmed the third film, continue with the blend of unbridled action and over-the-top comedy to attract new audiences while constantly nodding to fans of the past. If you turn off your critical sense for two hours, you might find room to have fun.



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Plot summary

After their late former Captain is framed, Lowrey and Burnett try to clear his name, only to end up on the run themselves.

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Now playing in theaters