Bad Boys for Life
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Fairly forgettable thriller that's at best a tame time filler.
I really enjoyed this film - particularly for the way that Alan Rickman gloomily and Emma Thompson cheerfully bounce off one another. Carla Gugino is delightful. I'll quite happily sit down and watch it again on DVD someday.
I know it didn't get good reviews, but I didn't think it was bad, pretty entertaining flick! Gugino is good, but it needed more Alan Rickman & Emma Thompson! And Til Schweiger was hilarious. Not too shabby.
Ja, jo... Lige vel langtrukken men kan man holde det ud, sÃ¥ var den okay. Rimelig historie med nogle fede twists men ja, liiiiiige vel langtrukken ... Trist men ja, kan da godt ses
I barely remember this. It was a boring cop movie, but I may give it another try someday.
Perhaps not the best film I've seen lately but certainly not the worst. Feels weird and kinda worng to hear Thompson and Rickman speak with Amercian accent though, like them better with a British accent.
Plotline is fine but the style was way too queer, no good.
Hard to imagine a film with Emma Thompson and Alan Rickman being rated as average, but when they're both cast as Louisiana cops I think you get the picture. The twist was actually quite good but the phony accents by everyone just ruined it.
This movie is weird. I only watched it to see Rickman and Thompson. I love it when they work together... and with southern accents, what more can you ask for? Perhaps for Alan Rickman to break into song? For now, we can only dream.
Unfortunately for this movie, they're probably the only reason to watch it. The rest of this movie was kinda boring, and I found myself skipping through till the next Rickman or Thompson scene came up. Having only 'watched' about half the film, I was still able to fully understand the story.
not one of alans best but overall watchable