Marcus and Mike have to confront new issues (career changes and midlife crises), as they join the newly created elite team AMMO of the Miami police department to take down the ruthless Armando Armas, the vicious leader of a Miami drug cartel.
This is the first movie of the franchise where Mike Lowrey's trust fund isn't mentioned. It is also the first movie where Mike Lowrey isn't commending his partner Marcus Burnett for improving in an area of police work ("Now, that's how you're supposed to (drive/shoot)! From now on, that's how you (drive/shoot)!") See more »
Isabel Aretas sees a photo of Mike & tells the hitman "kill him last". Instead, the assassin goes after Mike first. See more »
[speeding through the streets of Miami]
What the hell are you doing?
It's called driving, Marcus.
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At the end, the movie fades and it shows a title card Bad Boys For Life. Then there is a brief scene of Mike visiting his son in prison before the actual credits role. See more »
Murda She Wrote
Written by Buju Banton (as Mark Anthony Myrie), Lloyd James, Jr., Brandon Eric Hess and Jermaine Reid
Produced by Buju Banton (as Mark Anthony Myrie) and Lloyd James, Jr.
Performed by Buju Banton
Buju Banton appears courtesy of Gargamel Music Co., Under exclusive license to Roc Nation See more »
All as good as each other
Hilarious, emotional, action packed.
Not at all disappointed. Amazing movie.
Bad Boys for Life brother.
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