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Miles Logan is a jewel thief who just hit the big time by stealing a huge diamond. However, after two years in jail, he comes to find out that he hid the diamond in a police building that was being built at the time of the robbery. In an attempt to regain his diamond, he poses as an L.A.P.D. detective... Written by
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Martin Lawrence, Savario guerra and Julio Oscar mechoso also star together in the 1995 action cop film Bad Boys. See more »
When Miles first enters police station there is a red hair in ponytail man with a beard in cuffs entering the scene with arresting officer holding him.
This exact same shot, with same actor wearing same outfit is seen later in the film with same arresting officer.
It's not used as a gag- it's laziness, as they just used same shot twice. See more »
Prison Guard #37:
One belt, one shoelace, one wallet containing twenty-two dollars.
One shoelace? Yo, man. Do you know how much them shoes cost? One shoelace? I came in here with two. You took my shoelace? Did you take my shoelace, man?
Prison Guard #37:
You got two seconds to walk out that door. Sign out and leave my pen.
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This film made me laugh from beginning to end only because of the great actor and comic, Martin Lawrence(Miles Logan),"Bad BoysII",'03, who is a bank robber, winds up hiding a large diamond gem in the heating ventilation of the LAPD Headquarters. Miles is very comical getting into jail and getting out and then trying to find this diamond gem after spending two(2) years in prison. Words cannot completely describe this great entertaining film. Luke Wilson, (Carlson),"Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle",'03, is a great supporting straight man for Miles and the two of them made this a great worth viewing. Martin Lawrence is destined to become a great Super Star of the Future!
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