Bad Boys for Life
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this vacant comedy is devoid of a credible plot & everything else. the only thing commendable is Terence's realistic makeup after days of sleep-deprivation. i know some fans of Q who'll find this rather entertaining though.
What a disappointment! This is about an average, decent guy falling for a conviving conartist female, after she's already conned him. The first part of the movie, her con, makes no sense, and the characters involved just fall by the wayside later in the movie, a source of constant frustration for me, as each of those characters had dangling subplots at the end. The falling in love section is awful, rushed, which is odd because the whole ovie feels about 30 miutes too long, and doesn't really work. Maggie Q does a decent job, I guess, considering what her character has to go through, and her chemistry with her costar is high, jut most of the movie makes no sense or goes anywhere, or is entirely forced.
wow wat a maggie Q she is too hot too pretty