"We ride together, we die together, Bad Boys for life"
The Hidden Review has watched "Bad boys III" (2003), the third film of the franchise directed by Adil El Arbi & Bilall Fallah, both young directors with good experience and preparation have again an accomplished what this franchise means for many fans, but also for the cast, after 17 years these two visionary directors has brought to life the third chapter. This new story, with new twists, which are very interesting, and new comic gigs that Martin Lawrence and Will Smith had delivered alongside new action sequences, that are shot beautifully. They have shown a very good young taste in an "old" franchise, and understandably a new third film of it deserves it and plus surprises such as an unexpected cameo. The screenplay hasn't shown any weak points and leaves the audience on an edge in many cases such as Marcus wanting to go to take a professional break to take care of his family and his new grandson, Mike who almost died to cause of an untold truth of him and a girl from which relationship they had a son and he didn't know anything about it till the truth was told and so he wants to take his pride back, but their own trust has been pushed and as they have shown, nothing bad can go beyond their brotherhood. After many years together, and working together, they have achieved what it means more and more "we ride together, we die together, bad boys for life", in fact, the two leads are still played as always wonderfully and still with the chemistry that they still have got.
We don't want to say too much about the end, but we are very keen on knowing what will happen next!
"Bad Boys, Bad Boys"
Thank you Bad Boys team ☺️
Hidden fire stars 10/10 ⭐️
- Bad Boys for Life (2020) - IMDb
Bad Boys for Life: Directed by Adil El Arbi, Bilall Fallah. With Will Smith, Martin Lawrence, Vanessa Hudgens, Alexander Ludwig. Miami detectives Mike Lowrey and Marcus Burnett must face off against a mother-and-son pair of drug lords who wreak venge
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