Bad Boys 2

Drinking Games

With the upcoming release of Pain & Gain this week, the cinematic world looks back on director Michael Bay’s filmography. However, instead of focusing on his billion-dollar franchise installments, we can look back to his more modest days when he worked on character-driven stories: movies like Bad Boys II. The only sequel Bay has directed outside of the Transformers series was made right before his biggest domestic disappointment (The Island) and marks one of his final films in recent years that doesn’t feature giant freaking robots. Love him or hate him as a director, Bay’s films serve as big-screen beer commercials. So why not enjoy one of his most revered and reviled movies by sampling some appropriate beer?



Here is my list of this decade’s films that fell well short of critical acclaim but still found their way into my favor and, in many cases, my DVD collection.



Remember all of those movies you love to sit around watching and loving and talking about? Some of them were directed by women. You didn’t even know that. Did you, you chauvinist pig?



Things you should know about this site’s editor: He loves Bad Boys and Bad Boys 2. He also doesn’t care what you say, as Bad Boys 3 is a great idea.

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published: 01.29.2015
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published: 01.28.2015
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