The costumed high-school hero Kick-Ass joins with a group of normal citizens who have been inspired to fight crime in costume. Meanwhile, the Red Mist plots an act of revenge that will affect everyone Kick-Ass knows.
Chloë Grace Moretz,
Narcotics cops Mike Lowrey and Marcus Bennett head up a task force investigating the flow of ecstasy into Miami. Their search leads to a dangerous kingpin, whose plan to control the city's drug traffic has touched off an underground war. Meanwhile, things get sexy between Mike and Syd, Marcus's sister. Written by
Henry Rollins has, in his spoken word performances, recounted the circumstances under which he received his part in this film. He showed up for an audition for Armageddon (1998) unkempt, with a single page torn out of the script and in a really pissed-off mood. He proceeded to give a lousy audition after being ignored by Michael Bay and Jerry Bruckheimer. He didn't get the part. However upon auditioning for Bad Boys II (2003), he threw caution to the wind and ended up landing the part almost by accident! See more »
As the chase begins after leaving the parking garage the cars make a right turn. Following the SUV are a orange Chevy Nova, a purple Camero, and a blue Trans Am, but instead of the Trans Am we see a black Chevelle then the Ferrari. In the chase we see the Nova, Trans Am, Camero, Chevelle and a yellow Challenger that comes and goes between shots. See more »
Look, Captain, these were not normal corpses.
If I threw you out of moving truck and then ran over your head, you wouldn't be normal either!
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During the end credits, Marcus and Mike continue to bicker while laying in the new pool Mike bought for Marcus. See more »
Written by Stevie J (as Steve Jordan), Snoop Dogg (as Cordozar Broadus) and Loon (as Chauncey Hawkins)
Produced by Sean Combs and Stevie J
Performed by Snoop Dogg with Loon
Additional vocals by LaToiya Williams
Snoop Dogg appears courtesy of Geffen Records
Loon appears courtesy of Bad Boy Records
LaToiya Williams appears courtesy of Doggy Style Records See more »
Bad Boys is Bad Ass (Retort to "bad is the right word for title")
I think us movie buffs sometimes forget that not all movies are made to have some sort of under lying message that can or will change our lives. That's why it pains me to see some users give this film a bad review because "the dialog is weak" or "the scenery isn't vibrant" or something along those lines. This is not a stab or an insult to you, but what I'm saying is; sometimes movies are made with one intended purpose... ENTERTAINMENT! I could careless if this film had poor actors, poor script, poor lighting, that doesn't matter when you watch an action film. This movie delivers your monies worth too, in my opinion Will Smith and Martin Larwence make such a great team that part of the fun is just watching these two get into it from time to time. And with Michael Bay directing, you know you're going to get some good action scenes. Let's face it, Bad Boys II has one of the best car chase scenes ion recent history, it dominates the dismal over played chase in Matrix Reloaded which was the other big summer sequel of that year. I think all that needs to be said here in a retort is the movie is an action movie ans needs to be looked at as an action movie. To hell with the elements that the Academy looks at, appreciate the film for all the stuff that blows up and the laughs the cast can bring you to.
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