Blue Streak (1999)

PG-13   |    |  Action, Comedy, Crime


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A former convict poses as a cop to retrieve a diamond he stole years ago.

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  • Martin Lawrence and Peter Greene in Blue Streak (1999)
  • Martin Lawrence and Dave Chappelle in Blue Streak (1999)
  • David Chappelle as Tulley
  • Martin Lawrence with Director Les Mayfield
  • Miles invades Mexico

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14 March 2004 | MichaelOates
Watch if you enjoy comedy
"Blue Streak" is an enjoyable film that stars one of the funniest comedians in the business, Martin Lawrence. Lawrence is teamed with Luke Wilson as they take on the bad guys using humor.

From the very beginning, I knew that "Blue Streak" would be funny and interesting. The only requirement was to sit back and relax so the movie can carry me through. The story was quite unique having a thief pretend to be a police detective determined to collect a jewel left behind from a previous heist.

To make the plot better and more interesting the writers make Lawrence's character in charge of the burglary division. Wilson didn't really add to the story and seemed to fill a role of sidekick. It was a pleasure to see William Forsythe in a role that did not have playing a villain. Overall, "Blue Streak" worked for me.

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