“Bad Boys” movie include any bonus scenes after the credits start rolling


Regardless of the 16-and-a-half-year gap because”Bad Boys 2,” despite nobody being completely certain if the Will Smith/Martin Lawrence tandem would still work, despite the January release date and somebody other than Michael Bay behind the camera –“Bad Boys for Life” only works. It’s a fantastic movie that most everyone loves, and it’s done very well for itself. It was quite a nice surprise to kick the year off.

Besides its A Cinemascore, “Bad Boys for Life” has managed to earn a 77 percent fresh rating from testimonials aggregator Rotten Tomatoes. That mark is prominently higher than the scores earned by the first two”Bad Boys” films combined. While I’m not a critic, I am a big fan of these pictures — and I was quite pleasantly surprised with just how great the new movie is.


As a new entry in a classic franchise, “Bad Boys for Life” is in a weird spot. Can it be the start of a revival of the franchise? Is it just one final ride for Marcus and Mike to give us a closure after we waited for another sequel? It is probably too early to know for sure.

But what isn’t too early to know is if the movie has a scene that is mid-credits or post-credits. Movies have used them in all sorts of ways Considering that Marvel popularized these bonus scenes within a decade ago, but there’ve been two chief reasons for them to tease a movie in a series, or to add some fun additional jokes. To get a franchise action-comedy such as”Bad Boys for Life,” either of these is plausible here.

So let’s get to the purpose of this article: Does”Bad Boys for Life” have some incentive scenes after the credits begin? Well, sort of. The film does feature a postscript/stinger which comes only seconds after the credits begin. The scene comes in that you would not be able to read this article until it begins. But after that extra scene, which definitely will have you considering a”Bad Boys 4,” endings there is not anything more to stick around for besides the credits themselves.

And seeing the credits and you should probably stick out for those, simply because it required a lot of bodies to produce this film is a means of demonstrating an appreciation for the amusement you received. But if bail for other reasons or you need to visit the toilet, you can do this without worrying you’re missing anything following that scene early in the credits.