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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When NHL enforcer Marty McSorley (who played on the LA Kings that year) makes his appearance in the movie, they show a white hockey helmet laying on a table right next to Marcus Burnett. See more »
In the final shoot out, one of the bad guys walks into an aircraft fuselage and starts shooting through a door. The two windows to his left are taped over with metal foil. The first two windows to his right are also covered over in white. Cut to a shot of the return fire. Then cut back to the bad guy. Now the two windows to his left are without any foil, and the first windows to his right is also no longer covered over in white. See more »
[to store clerk, who is pointing a gun at Mike]
I'm gonna reach for my badge, ok?
Badges? Do you want badges motherbitch? I give you badges! 99 cents each.
[throws some badges at Mike]
I sell you some.
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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 »
I have seen this movie so many times and now here I am, 10X times maybe 15X times years later and it's still funny. I love Will Smith and Martin Lawrence. Their chemistry is so on point. The laughs and craziness, wonderful sexy cop style will never stop. I will watch this movie again and again. It's still fresh 25 years later, love it! Mike Lowrey, Mike Lowrey...
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