Bad Boys for Life
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Excellent and well written movie! One of the last movies of Paul Walker before his untimely death. Definitely one of his finest acting performances.
Suspenseful and heart wrenching with an original plot that makes compelling watching as a grieving father struggles to keep the baby for whom his wife gave her life alive during Hurricane Katrina, while all around him is going to hell during the disaster. Good acting job by Walker and good script!
Great movie but no movie was made to tell the story about all the people in the dome... The real story! ✍🏽
One of Paul Walker's last films before he died and it is an emotional movie but very well acted. He tried really hard to step out of Brian O'Conner from The Fast and the Furious and succeeds at doing so.
it was okay. Paul Walker did an admirable job, but it was boring to watch at times. In the end, this is just one of hundreds of stories that could be told regarding the events of Katrina. I recommend it, but keep your expectations in check
It was terrible. Boring, unrealistic, corny.
Love your perfomance paul walker ??
Love it , rip Paul walker
Paul Walker's excellent performance as well as the suspense carried this film to great lengths! You just can't help but wanting to keep watching it!
Walker was good here, but I like him better action movies. This is slow moving - difficult not to be when it is basically Walker and a baby in the room alone the whole movie. Had to wonder why he didn't look for another ventilator to switch out the battery, but that is just me. Average movie.