Marcus and Mike are forced to confront new threats, 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.
When Detective Burnett (Martin Lawrence) becomes a grandfather, he begins to reconsider his future as a police officer, promising retirement to his wife, Theresa (Theresa Randle). Facing the end of their lengthy partnership as Miami’s “Bad Boys,” Detective Lowrey (Will Smith) isn’t ready to settle down like Burnett, preferring the childless, loveless, hard-charging life of police work. Coming into view is Isabel (Kate del Castillo), a fugitive from a Mexican prison who’s looking for revenge after the death of her cartel leader husband. Unable to do the work herself, Isabel sends her son, Armando (Jacob Scipio), to assassinate all those tied to the loss of her spouse, with Lowrey on the list. Taking three bullets to the chest and surviving, Lowrey is ready to strike back at Armando and stop his killing spree, looking to Burnett to back him up for one last ride.
Of course, why would the “Bad Boys” franchise deviate from Bay’s vision? He turned the first two offering into box office hits and established the formula, striking gold with excessive amounts of idiotic comedy and overkill action (at least in the first sequel). There’s been a “Bad Boys” video game and even a television spin-off, with Gabrielle Union taking her “Bad Boys II” character to the small screen for low-wattage hellraising, joined by Jessica Alba. And yet, there’s room for improvement, or at least a chance to restore some of the surprise that helped the original effort find its audience. “Bad Boys for Life” has a potentially interesting angle in age, with Burnett getting comfortable with the idea of slowing down to enjoy what’s left of the ride, finding peace with family. Lowrey is ignoring his future, preferring to keep gunning through his existence, only stopping to color the gray out of his beard (one of the few gags that works in the picture). The cops are aging out of the system, watching as tech-heavy police squad AMMO takes power, with leader Rita (a commanding Paola Nunez) overseeing twentysomethings (including Vanessa Hudgens) armed with non-lethal weapons and computer access to anywhere. It’s a tough time to be fifty and reckless.
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