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Bad Boys (1995)

Director: Michael Bay     Starring: Martin Lawrence Will Smith
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Format: DVD
Sku: 40136733
UPC: 043396107120
UPC 14: 00043396107120
Rating: Game Rating Code
See more in Action/Adventure
Whatchca gonna do?|Whatchca gonna do?/He's a cop that's not.|Whatcha gonna do?
When a brilliant thief steals $120 million worth of confiscated heroin out from under their noses, miami's top cops have to solve the case before the fbi shuts them down. Special features: subtitles in english, spanish, portuguese, chinese, korean and thai, music videos, theatrical trailers and much more.

"Two Thumbs Up! (Streak)  Roger Ebert, David Poland
"For comedy and thrills, Lawrence and Smith are a dream team.  Peter Travers, Rolling Stone
"Laughs and explosions.  Gary Thompson, Philadelphia Daily News
"...great fun when the bantering buddies are in hot pursuit of the bad guys. Lawrence and Smith click...  Rita Kempley, The Washington Post
"Spectacular!  The Wall Street Journal
"...the teaming of [Lawrence and Smith] clicks from the outset, with both right at home handling action and comedy on the bigscreen.  Todd McCarthy, Variety

Editor's Note
Marcus Burnett (Martin Lawrence) is a happily married family man. Mike Lowrey (Will Smith) is a smooth-talking bachelor. Both are cops in the narcotics division of the Miami police department. When $100 million dollars worth of seized heroin is stolen from their police station, the mismatched duo are forced to switch identities to placate the only witness (Tea Leoni) who can lead them to the drug lord responsible and save their jobs before the FBI closes them down. This explosion-heavy, chase-filled, gun-smoking action comedy is directed by Michael Bay (ARMAGEDDON, PEARL HARBOR) and features comedic odd-couple-style bantering between the aptly paired Smith and Lawrence.


Video Features Aspect Ratio 1.95:1, DVD, Special Edition, Pan and Scan (TV Format), Widescreen, Aspect Ratio 1.85:1, Dolby Digital (5.1), Dolby Surround Sound, English, Spanish, French, Subtitled

Technical Info

Release Information
Video Mfg Name Studio: Sony
Video Release Date Release Date: 5/27/2003
Video Play Time Running Time: 119 minutes
Video Release Year Original Release Date: 1995
Video CategoryId Catalog ID: 10712
Video UPC UPC: 00043396107120
Video Number of Discs Number of Discs: 1

Audio & Video
Video Original Language Original Language: English
Video Audio Spec Available Audio Tracks: English [CC], English, Portuguese Dubbed, Spanish Dubbed
Video Subtitle Available Subtitles: English, Korean, Portuguese, Spanish, Thai, Chinese
Video Color Spec Video: Color

Aspect Ratio
Video Aspect Ratio Anamorphic Widescreen  1.85:1

Cast & Crew

Video Cast Info Joe Pantoliano
Video Cast Info Marg Helgenberger
Video Cast Info Martin Lawrence
Video Cast Info Tcheky Karyo
Video Cast Info Tea Leoni
Video Cast Info Theresa Randle
Video Cast Info Will Smith
Video Cast Info Martin Lawrence
Video Cast Info Marg Helgenberger
Video Cast Info Joe Pantoliano
Video Cast Info Will Smith
Video Cast Info Theresa Randle
Video Cast Info Tea Leoni
Video Cast Info Tcheky Karyo
Video Cast Info Peter Greene
Video Cast Info William Forsythe
Video Cast Info Luke Wilson
Video Cast Info David Eggby - Cinematographer (Streak)
Video Cast Info Michael Bay - Director
Video Cast Info Michael Bay - Director (Boys)
Video Cast Info Les Mayfield - Director (Streak)
Video Cast Info Howard Atherton - Director of Photography
Video Cast Info Howard Atherton - Director of Photography (Boys)
Video Cast Info Mark Mancina - Musical Score
Video Cast Info Mark Mancina - Musical Score (Boys)
Video Cast Info Ed Shearmur - Musical Score (Streak)
Video Cast Info Don Simpson - Producer
Video Cast Info Jerry Brickheimer - Producer
Video Cast Info Don Simpson - Producer (Boys)
Video Cast Info Jerry Brickheimer - Producer (Boys)
Video Cast Info Peaches Davis, et al. - Producer (Streak)
Video Cast Info Michael Berry, et al. - Screenplay (Streak)


MTV Award (1996)
   Video Award Name Will Smith, Martin Lawrence, Nominee, Best On-Screen Duo
   Video Award Name Martin Lawrence & Will Smith, Nominee, Best On-Screen Duo (Boys)
   Video Award Name Bad Boys, Nominee, Best Action Sequence

Grammy (1996)
   Video Award Name Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds ("Someone to Love"), Nominee, Best Song Written Specifically for a Motion Picture or for Television

Professional Reviews

USA Today
"...The maestros of mayhem still stage destruction like a Wagner opera..." 04/07/1995 p.3D

"...[Lawrence and Smith's] interplay is engaging, and their lively, raucous personalities keep the proceedings punchy..." 04/03/1995

Sight and Sound
"...Enjoyably and successfully all-encompassing..." 07/01/1995 p.40-1

Los Angeles Times
"...[Martin is] a potent comic force on the big screen..." 04/07/1995 p.F1

Total Film
"...[A] stylish, action-packed buddy movie..." 10/01/1999 p.106

Total Film
"...A slick, hyper, pyrotechnic-filled thriller with some snappy comedy interplay..." 04/01/2001 p.105

Chicago Sun-Times 6 of 10
"Bad Boys" tries with all the energy at its command to redeem an exhausted story with sheer technique. This movie is so good-looking it deserves a decent screenplay, instead of one more lope down memory lane. The movie gives us a Miami filled with midnight glitz, shot with the flair of a fashion photographer - backlit monochrome tilt shots and all. It has relentless editing, slick action sequences, and blows up stuff real good...But what is it about? Two cops. Buddies. Partners. Narcs...Whose evidence from a $100 million heroin bust is stolen. Who get in trouble with the chief, who yells at them. And with a chick from Internal Affairs, who takes them off the case. And who pick up a sexy, wise-cracking sidekick along the way. Oh, and one of the cops is a sexy bachelor and the other one is a family man. The plot is like a jigsaw puzzle with pieces supplied by "48 HRS," "Internal Affairs," "Beverly Hills Cop" and "Lethal Weapon." The movie is a production of Don Simpson and Jerry Bruckheimer, who actually made several of the movies they've ripped off, including "Beverly Hills Cop" parts one and two, so maybe they're recycling...The movie stars Martin Lawrence and Will Smith, both comic actors, both talented, both allowed to talk way too much in the course of this film. The dialogue runs on endlessly; consider, for example, the basic scene where the commanding officer reads out the two cops. He goes on, and on, and on, screaming at them. Later he screams some more...There are also a lot of curious interludes in which Lawrence and Smith do verbal riffs, interrupting each other, stream of consciousness, finishing each other's sentences or not bothering to complete thoughts at all, to show a kind of easy familiarity, I guess. We are glad they know each other so well. We wish we knew them well enough to figure out what they think they're saying. - Roger Ebert

Washington Post 5 of 10
Bad Boys can be great fun when the bantering buddies are in hot pursuit of the bad guys. Lawrence and Smith click, so get ready for the next sequel. Hey, whatcha gonna do? - Rita Kempley

ReelViews 6 of 10
48 Hours, Beverly Hills Cop, and Lethal Weapon were all, to some extent, reasonably entertaining action films. The unavoidable result of their success has been a long string of sequels and rip-offs. The latest is Bad Boys, an overlong sample of MTV-style direction that "borrows" heavily from these (and numerous other) flicks, and, in the process, elevates them to the comparable level of Citizen Kane...The action sequences -- and there are a lot of them -- are apparently designed to camouflage the lack of a credible story. I suppose someone guessed that if the audience was too busy following bullets, bodies, and explosions, they wouldn't have time to wonder about things like logic and coherence. Unfortunately, the movie contains occasional moments of inactivity and, during those, the first thing that comes to mind is: What's the point? After asking the question a few times, it becomes clear that not only are things moving fast, but they're completely out of control. Consider what happens to a downhill skier or race car in this situation, and you get an idea of what Bad Boys has to offer...Smith and Lawrence are likable, and they have a certain modest chemistry that surfaces during the so-called "humorous" banter, but everything about their characters is a regurgitation of previously recycled material. (Does that make it re-recycled?)...The most complimentary thing I can say about Bad Boys is that it has style and energy. The cinematography is frequently inventive, and Mark Mancini's Speed-like score is the perfect accompaniment for chases and fights. Unfortunately, there's only so far a movie can go on loud music, nicely-framed shots, testosterone, and adrenaline. Bad Boys takes the often-traveled road, and leads the audience to a dead end. - James Berardinelli

Product Attributes

Product attributeActor:   Smith,Will
Product attributeLabel:   Columbia/tri-Star
Product attributeMusic Format:   DVD
Product attributeVideo Format:   DVD
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