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Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun-Times gave the film one out of a possible four stars, especially offended by one scene involving a teenage boy and the use of the word nigga, saying, "The needless cruelty of this scene took me out of the movie and into the minds of its makers. What were they thinking? Have they so lost touch with human nature that they think audiences will like this scene?"[6] On an episode of At the Movies with Ebert & Roeper, film critic Richard Roeper named Bad Boys II the worst film of 2003.

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Among the more positive reviews was Seattle Post-Intelligencer critic Ellen A. Kim, who wrote that the film was "mindlessly fun... If you like this type of movie, that is." The film was also praised by a few critics and viewers for its deftly handled action sequences and visual effects.[8]

In June 2008, Bay stated that he may direct Bad Boys III, but that the greatest obstacle to the potential sequel would be the cost, as he and Will Smith demand some of the highest salaries in the film industry.[13] By August 2009, Columbia Pictures had hired Peter Craig to write the script for Bad Boys III.[14] In February 2011, Martin Lawrence reiterated that the film was in development.[15] In June 2014, Bruckheimer announced that screenwriter David Guggenheim was working on the storyline for the sequel.[16] Two months later, Lawrence said a script had been written and parts had been cast.[17] By June 2015, director Joe Carnahan was in early talks to write and possibly direct the film.[18] Two months later, Sony Pictures Entertainment announced that Bad Boys III would be released on February 17, 2017, and that additional sequel, Bad Boys IV, is scheduled for release on July 3, 2019.[19] On March 5, 2016, the film was pushed to June 2, 2017.[20] Producers planned to begin production in early 2017.[21] On August 11, 2016, the film was pushed back once again to January 12, 2018, to avoid box office competition with the upcoming DC Comics film Wonder Woman, and retitled Bad Boys for Life.[22] Lawrence revealed on Jimmy Kimmel Live! that filming may start in March 2017.[23] On February 6, 2017, it was announced that the film's release date has been delayed for the third time, to November 9, 2018.[24] On March 7, 2017, Carnahan left the movie due to scheduling conflicts.[25] In August 2017, Sony removed the third film from their release schedule and later in the month Lawrence said the film would not be happening.[26]

Bad Boys was released on DVD on June 27, 2000.A UMD release on December 20 2005 .A Blu-ray release followed on June 1, 2010.[15] Bad Boys was released in a two movie pack that includes Bad Boys II on Ultra HD Blu-ray on September 4, 2018.[16]

Sony announced in February 2017 that the film's release would be delayed for a third time to November 9, 2018.[26] The following month, Carnahan left the movie due to scheduling conflicts.[27] In August 2017, Sony removed the third film from their release schedule, and later in the month Lawrence said the film would not happen.[28]

The film's release in China was delayed following the country's movie theater closures that began in January 2020 as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.[58] Bad Boys For Life was eventually released in China on August 14, 2020, grossing $3.2 million in its first weekend.[59] After the easing of initial restrictions in the US, the film was released in three Santikos Theatres locations in San Antonio, Texas on May 1, 2020.[60]

Todd McCarthy of The Hollywood Reporter wrote that "the third time really is the charm," and added, "The two directors roll with ease between raucous comedy and raw drama, to considerable effect, just as they crank up the tension on any number of occasions, occasionally with palpably visceral impact."[1] David Ehrlich of IndieWire gave the film a "B" grade, calling it a "fun, explosive, and even thoughtful action movie," and wrote, "Bad Boys for Life doesn't aim to raise the bar on its genre or rewrite the blockbuster rulebook, but it's a blast watching Lawrence and Smith revisit these characters and find a sensible place for them in the current Hollywood landscape."[64]

What will make a love story even more dramatic? Add another person. Love triangles have been a cinematic go-to since the days of silent films. These three-way love connections have the power to turn casual viewers into full-on stans and transform movie watching into a competitive experience. From the classic good guy versus bad boy dynamic of movies like Titanic to modern-day vampire lust in Twilight, we've rounded up some of cinema's most fraught love stories.

Before Sony and Marvel were battling it out over Spidey's future, before Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone fell for each other IRL while filming their own version of the story, there was the OG Spider-Man movie, which came complete with a love triangle between Peter Parker (Tobey Maguire), his OTP Mary Jane Watson (Kirsten Dunst) and his BFF/future nemesis Harry Osbourn (James Franco).

Lots of movies include love triangles (clearly), but how many turn them into epic ballet/hip-hop/interpretative dance hybrids for their finale? At least one. In Center Stage, unlikely ballerina Jody (Amanda Schull) is torn between professional dancer/bad boy Cooper (Ethan Stiefel) and nice guy (and also a fellow dancer) Charlie (Sascha Radetsky).

Titanic is one of the most epic love stories ever committed to film, so it's easy to forget sometimes that the movie is also a member of the love triangle society. Even though Jack (Leonardo DiCaprio) and Rose (Kate Winslet) are clearly tragic soulmates, we can't forget that Jack is, technically speaking, a sidepiece, since Rose is officially with Cal (Billy Zane) when they meet.

In the midst of the Civil War, Scarlett (Vivien Leigh) is desperate (and may we add, a little selfish?) for the affections of two different men: new suitor Rhett (Clark Gable) and longtime love Ashley (Leslie Howard). Several years, marriages, children, and (sheesh!) deaths later, Rhett becomes fed up with Scarlett's indecisiveness and chooses to leave her with one of the most famous lines in movie history: "Frankly, my dear, I don't give a damn!" 350c69d7ab


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