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It has the usual ingredients for a cop comedy, including the obligatory Dunkin' Donuts product placement, but it's assembled with style--and it's built around a Martin Lawrence performance that deserves comparison with Richard Pryor and Eddie Murphy , with a touch of Mel Gibson's zaniness in the midst of action. The movie opens with a high-tech caper scene; jewel thief Miles Logan Lawrence and his team put together a complicated plan involving illegal entry, alarm system work-arounds and steel getaway cables. He tapes it inside an air duct, is arrested and goes to prison. Two years pass. On the street again, he finds his old girlfriend isn't happy to see him. Isn't that a sign? The building under construction turns out to be a police station, and the diamond is hidden deep inside. How to get it? He tries to get to the burglary department on the third floor by impersonating a crazy pizza delivery guy. That's not a great idea, but he keeps improvising and is somehow mistaken for a real cop.
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All jewel thief Miles Logan Martin Lawrence wants to do is make the score of his life and live like a fugitive king at a faraway Mexican retreat. Double-crossed by Deacon Peter Greene , a greedy member of his crew, Miles makes a daring escape to a nearby building under construction, unaware it's a new precinct for the Los Angeles Police Department where he hides the gem before the cops catch him. Released from prison two years later, Miles poses as LAPD "Detective Malone," while looking for the diamond hidden in an air vent in the men's room. Inadvertently he captures an escaping suspect and impresses Captain Rizzo Graham Beckel , who promotes Miles to partner with Carlson Luke Wilson , a rookie detective. Things get even more complicated for Miles when his former bumbling partner in crime, Tulley David Chappelle , resurfaces for his cut of the action. Parental guidance This site uses cookies for analytics, personalized content and ads. By continuing to browse this site, you agree to this use. Learn more. Blue Streak.
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It has the usual ingredients for a cop comedy, including the obligatory Dunkin' Donuts product placement, but it's assembled with style--and it's built around a Martin Lawrence performance that deserves comparison with Richard Pryor and Eddie Murphy , with a touch of Mel Gibson's zaniness in the midst of action. The movie opens with a high-tech caper scene; jewel thief Miles Logan Lawrence and his team put together a complicated plan involving illegal entry, alarm system work-arounds and steel getaway cables.

He tapes it inside an air duct, is arrested and goes to prison. Two years pass. On the street again, he finds his old girlfriend isn't happy to see him. Isn't that a sign? The building under construction turns out to be a police station, and the diamond is hidden deep inside. How to get it? He tries to get to the burglary department on the third floor by impersonating a crazy pizza delivery guy. That's not a great idea, but he keeps improvising and is somehow mistaken for a real cop. Soon he's out on the street with a partner Luke Wilson , who is from the traffic division and thrilled to be working with an ace like Miles.

It's pretty clear that Miles isn't a standard cop. It doesn't take long for his partners to discover his name and badge number don't check out. But he's so confident, and so ruthless in roughing up suspects, they assume he's a genuine law enforcement officer of some description, who has infiltrated the department. His superior William Forsythe admires everything about him and engages in debates about his true identity. Internal Affairs? The movie, directed by Les Mayfield "Encino Man" , doesn't settle for the gag that Miles is a thief impersonating a cop.

It takes that as a starting point and wrings laughs out of it--for example, in a funny scene where Miles walks in on a convenience store holdup that's being pulled by an old criminal buddy of his. While the other cop covers them from a distance, Miles engages in a desperate and unorthodox form of plea-bargaining.

I've seen enough car chases to last several lifetimes, but I like a good one when it's handled well, and the action in the last act of this movie is not only high-style, but also makes sense in terms of the plot.

Good casting of villains is essential in action comedies remember Joe Pesci in " Lethal Weapon 2 "? The villain always has to be the thankless straight man in a plot like this; he's never in on the joke, which is the joke. Martin Lawrence is a comic actor with real talent, not always shown to best advantage.

But "Blue Streak" works. Lawrence himself is in shaky condition right now, recovering from a nearly fatal case of heat exhaustion. A movie like this is evidence that, given the right material, he has a real gift.

Now he should dial down on the jogging. Roger Ebert was the film critic of the Chicago Sun-Times from until his death in In , he won the Pulitzer Prize for distinguished criticism. Dave Chappelle as Tulley. Martin Lawrence as Miles Logan. Tamala Jones as Janiece. William Forsythe as Hardcastle. Luke Wilson as Detective Carlson. Peter Greene as Deacon. Reviews Blue Streak. Roger Ebert September 17, Now streaming on:.

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