Marcus Burnett is a hen-pecked family man. Mike Lowry is a foot-loose and fancy free ladies' man. Both are Miami policemen, and both have 72 hours to reclaim a consignment of drugs stolen from under their station's nose. To complicate matters, in order to get the assistance of the sole witness to a murder, they have to pretend to be each other.Written by
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Ex basketball player John Salley, who makes a cameo in this film, was a member of the Detroit Pistons during the late 1980s, whose nickname was "Bad Boys". See more »
When Marcus is fighting two thugs trying to kill him in Club Hell, one of them picks him up and slams him into an aquarium. The glass of the aquarium shatters before his body makes impact. See more »
[Mike, Marcus, and Julie start arguing, nobody paying attention to his gun; Julie just walks out]
Hey, freeze bitch!
[as he points the gun her way, in a flash Mike and Marcus stop arguing and point their guns at his head]
YOU freeze, bitch!
Oh shit, I'm fucked.
Now back up, put the gun down, and get me a pack of Tropical Fruit Bubblicious.
And some Skittles.
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The final chase along the runway has been treated with orange 'sunset' filters in the UK pay-TV version, but in the UK laserdisc release the same scene takes place in normal daylight. See more »
Average rating is 6.9? What do people expect? This is one of the most entertaining cop movies ever along with Training Day and Enof of watch. I'm so disappointed in the people who gave poor ratings. Action and comedy are adeqately packed in a 2 hour film. Although It was made in 1995, it is still stylish. You wouldn't feel it's outdated a bit. And, Porsche 964 turbo gets me so excited every time i watch this.
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