Bad Boys For Life – They’re back!

Bad Boys are back! Bad Boys 4 is called “Bad Boys For Life” and see’s Will Smith and Martin Lawrence reprise their roles for “One Last Time” – We don’t know about you but we are PUMPED for this one and cannot wait to check out Bad Boys For Life. Let’s just hope it doesn’t disappoint, but from the looks of things, it surely won’t. As the trailer is jam packed with action and comedy, something that Bad Boys is known for and what we all fell in love with.

Furthermore the soundtrack to Bad Boys For Life is something that we are LOVING too. Overall this trailer really encompasses what Bad Boys is all about and not making it “modern” but rather a film we all love with a bit of polish.

Bad Boys For Life: Plot

Marcus Burnett is now a police inspector and Mike Lowery is in a midlife crisis. They unite again when an Albanian mercenary, whose brother they killed, promises them an important bonus. (IMDB)

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Never Trust A Robot

Credit: Engadget

Credit: Engadget


I’d never thought I’d be saying this, but Will Smith was right all along. NEVER TRUST A ROBOT!

A test was carried out at the Georgia Institute of Technology, to see how we as humans trust robots with our safety in potentially life threatening situations.

30 unsupecting victims started out this test by following the slimeball evil robot, down a hallway and into a room, where they filled out a survey. All seems fairly harmless enough right? WRONG!

Then the kind folk at Georgia Institute set off a smoke alarm went off and simulated smoke filled the hall.

What was about to happen next is absolutely evil and revolting from the robot, it would then lead them through the smoke down a new path, and towards a door they’ve never seen before. It’s here where you think, nah this must be wrong, f*ck this robot, my iPhone always tells me I’m running out of storage when I’m not, not going to trust ol’ Timmy the Tin can here. Nope wrong again. The subjects followed the robot to their apparent deaths (not real deaths couldve been though if it were a real life situation)

Anyway, these dumb folk could have easily exited through the clearly marked path they originally came through. But no, they trusted their life in a machine. 26 of the test subjects ended up following Timmy, while two never left the room (the other two were kicked out of the study, for seeing how silly they are I guess.)