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Bad Boys
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Bad Boys

4.5 11
Director: Michael Bay, Martin Lawrence, Will Smith, Téa Leoni

Cast: Michael Bay, Martin Lawrence, Will Smith, Téa Leoni

 

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Bad Boys is an excellent DVD. Framed at 1.85:1, the image is pristine. The disc uses an anamorphic transfer and there are no signs of wear or distracting elements. Colors are clear and bright and the darks are solid with no grain. The sound on this disc is equally impressive. The 5.1 Dolby Digital track is primarily up front in the center, left, and right, but there

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Bad Boys is an excellent DVD. Framed at 1.85:1, the image is pristine. The disc uses an anamorphic transfer and there are no signs of wear or distracting elements. Colors are clear and bright and the darks are solid with no grain. The sound on this disc is equally impressive. The 5.1 Dolby Digital track is primarily up front in the center, left, and right, but there are plenty of instances where the back surrounds effectively come into use. The disc has a Dolby Digital Surround track in both English and Spanish. Subtitles are available in Chinese, Korean, Thai, Portuguese, English, Spanish, and French. The highlight extra on this disc is an enthusiastic audio commentary track with director Michael Bay. It is filled with insight not only on the making of the film, but how it got started and where he came from. Odd extras on this disc include two "documentaries." The first is a new, behind-the-scenes look at the making of the film that includes the standard interviews, which also contains a lengthy look at the weapons experts that worked on the film. The other documentary is most unusual, a multi-angle analysis of the weapons, what they do, and the damage they can cause. In addition, there are trailers for this film and for Blue Streak. Music videos from Diane King ("Gun Shy"), Warren G. ("So Many Ways"), and 69 Boyz featuring K-Nock ("Five O, Five O"), plus the musical score are on an isolated track. Bios and filmographies for the main cast and crew members of the film are provided. Though far from a masterpiece, Columbia/TriStar has gone all out on this special edition.

Product Details

Release Date:
06/27/2000
UPC:
0043396107120
Original Release:
1995
Rating:
R
Source:
Sony Pictures
Region Code:
1
Presentation:
[Wide Screen]
Sound:
[Dolby Digital, stereo]
Time:
1:58:00
Sales rank:
38,652

Special Features

Digitally mastered audio & anamorphic video; Widescreen presentation; Audio: English 5.1 [Dolby Digital] and Dolby Surround, Spanish; Subtitles: English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese, Korean, Thai; Michael Bay commentary; Isolated music score; "Damage Control": analyze special effects explosions; "The Boom and the Bang of Bad Boys" documentary; Three music videos; Theatrical trailers; Talent files; Production notes; Motion menus & scene selections

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Martin Lawrence Marcus Burnett
Will Smith Mike Lowrey
Téa Leoni Julie Mott
Tchéky Karyo Fouchet
Theresa Randle Theresa Burnett
Joe Pantoliano Capt. Howard
Michael Imperioli Jojo
Marg Helgenberger Alison Sinclair
Nestor Serrano Detective Sanchez
Julio Oscar Mechoso Detective Ruiz
Saverio Guerra Chet The Doorman
Anna Levine Francine
Kevin Corrigan Elliot
Lisa Boyle Girl Decoy
Emmanuel Xuereb Eddie Dominguez
Marc Macaulay Noah Trafficante
Vic Manni Ferguson
Mike Kirton Andy
Will Knickerbocker Officer Bill O'Fee
Sam Ayers Detective
Karen Alexander Max Logan
Ed Amatrudo Ether Van Boss
Tony Bolano Drunk Guy at Urinal
Dana Mark Police Technician
Mario Ernesto Sanchez Drug Buyer
Shaun Toub Store Clerk

Technical Credits
Michael Bay Director
Howard Atherton Cinematographer
Michael Barrie Screenwriter
Ken Bates Stunts
Jerry Bruckheimer Producer
Peter Lyons Collister Cinematographer
Michael Dilbeck Musical Direction/Supervision
George Gallo Original Story,Screenwriter
Lynn Kressel Casting
Francine Maisler Casting
Mark Mancina Score Composer
Jim Mulholland Screenwriter
Chuck Picerni Stunts
Bruce S. Pustin Executive Producer
Bobbie Read Costumes/Costume Designer
Richard Reams Set Decoration/Design
Doug Richardson Screenwriter
Don Simpson Producer
Kate J. Sullivan Set Decoration/Design
John Vallone Production Designer
Christian Wagner Editor
Happy Walters Musical Direction/Supervision

Scene Index

Scene Selections
0. Scene Selections
1. Start [5:07]
2. Heroin Robbery [12:48]
3. Peeking & Entering [2:53]
4. Rich Cop, Poor Cop [3:23]
5. Eddie's Surprise Party [3:41]
6. Julie's Escape [3:36]
7. Two Conversations [:55]
8. At Lois' [:52]
9. Julie Asks For Mike [1:59]
10. In Julie's Apartment [3:39]
11. Making Their Getaway [2:10]
12. Mike's Place [5:09]
13. Real Bad Headache [5:49]
14. Problems In The Lab [7:26]
15. Julie Meets "marcus" [7:05]
16. In The Men's Room [1:35]
17. Noah Spots Julie [1:28]
18. Explosive Truck Chase [4:02]
19. Buying Shampoo [10:27]
20. Back At Jojo's [9:06]
21. Lobby Shoot-out [1:29]
22. Foot Pursuit [4:07]
23. Francine Confesses [2:49]
24. Hangar 3 [2:31]
25. Bad Boys Arrive [3:05]
26. The Hangar Blows [1:18]
27. Hi-speed Chase [1:55]
28. Ain't Worth Killin'? [8:06]

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Bad Boys 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
SleepDreamWrite More than 1 year ago
Heard about these movies. This one was actually pretty good. It was interesting, acting was bad but wasn't great either. So it was good. It does have its hilarious moments though.
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lilpaste More than 1 year ago
Bad Boys 2, directed by Jerry Bruckheimer, is an action packed movie filled with a lot of excitement and surprises. The story of Bad Boys 2 is very interesting and fulfilling for any action loving fan. The story is about when two cops named Mike Lowery (Will Smith) and Marcus Burnett (Martin Lawrence) take on the case of their lives, when they find out that there is going to be a big ecstasy dealing in Miami, Florida. At the same time they have to deal with a huge war that is going over drugs that was instigated by a huge drug lord. I really liked this movie. I liked it because of the excellent screen direction by Jerry Bruckheimer. Jerry Bruckheimer has directed many movies that included Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides and National Treasure 3.I think that he did a great job of depicting the way that all of the scenes were going to be played out and how he directed them for the movie to be the way it was. I personally think that any movie that Jerry Bruckheimer is a master piece, so it is natural that my opinion is for you to buy this movie. . I did not like the fact that some of the actors swore so much and how they were so consistent with their swearing. Although I did not like the swearing in the movie, I understand that it was necessary to put in the movie and help portray the same situation as it would be in the real world. . There were certain deleted scenes that were correctly taken out of the movie because they did not make sense but some of the deleted scenes they removed should have been left in to make the story line better in the movie. Not only do you get to see all of the great deleted scenes from the movie but you also get to see many other features of the movie. If you were to go and buy the movie in the form of the DVD version you would be less satisfied by the outcome of the final product. Not only would I choose to get the blue-ray version I would also choose to buy it as soon as I can. This movie is not a movie to pass up. It is a great movie and you should seriously give it a shot. I give it big two thumbs up.
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Yo! This movie is sweet! It has awesome action and hilarious diologe. Martin Lawrence and Will Smith rule! See Bad Boys 2 too. That movie rules even more and is a lot funnier than the first!