Michael Bay’s 1990s action film “Bad Boys” and it’s sequel, “Bad Boys II,” are famously set in Miami, Florida. Marcus, played by Martin Lawrence, lives in this house in the first film, which is located near the Marlins Park baseball field.
LOCATION: 737 NW 15th Ave, Miami, FL 33125
The police station where the pair work is actually the Dade County Courthouse. The building was also seen in the 1981 Sydney Pollack film “Absence of Malice” and the 1998 thriller “Wild Things.”
LOCATION: 73 W Flagler St, Miami, FL 33130
“Club Hell,” where Marcus gets into a fight in the bathroom, was the heavily dressed Scottish Rite Temple. The same building appears in Michael Mann’s 2006 film adaptation of “Miami Vice.”
LOCATION: 471 NW 3rd St, Miami, FL 33128
The apartment where Mike, played by Will Smith, lives was the former Collins Park hotel in Miami Beach, which was also seen in the original “Miami Vice” television series. The property is currently undergoing remodeling.
LOCATION: 2030 Park Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139
Julie, played by Téa Leoni, is kidnapped and a large action sequence takes place, ending with Mike and Marcus failing to rescue her. In one of director Michael Bay’s trademark shots, a low-angle, 360 degree shot around the pair takes place in front of the Tropics Hotel.
LOCATION: 1550 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139
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