Dead bodies, body kits and babes: The Work of Michael Bay Pt. 2
Making some more easy bank, Bay returned to his roots with a sequel to “Bad Boys,” with more explosions, more sex and more violence, and of course, more car body kits getting exploding into the stratosphere. “Bad Boys II” was a much darker, even bitter film than its predecessor, ignoring what made the original film guilty pleasure fun. “Bad Boys II” is Bay at his most extreme, pushing the R rating and including an especially heinous scene of a child’s repeated use of the n-word. Critics hated it, but it made money, so look for the third installment by Bay very soon.
Bay had his first taste of box office disaster with “The Island,” a film which cost 6 million to make and only earned million in the