Buddy Cop Films

Check out these terrific team-ups from the big screen!

Money Does Talk  - In 1998, Tucker starred in the martial arts action-comedy Rush Hour alongside Jackie Chan, which grossed over $244 million worldwide. The success of this film set Tucker up to become a Hollywood heavy hitter. (Photo: New Line Cinema)

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Rush Hour (1998) - Upon learning that a Chinese diplomat's daughter has been kidnapped, Inspector Lee (Jackie Chan) comes to Los Angeles where he is introduced to Detective Carter (Chris Tucker) and the two must overcome their difference in law enforcement sensibilties to find the missing girl. (Photo: New Line Cinema)

Rush Hour 2 (2001)

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Rush Hour 2 (2001) - The sequel to the 1998 smash hit, Lee (Chan) and Carter (Tucker) find themselves in yet another high profile case that starts overseas and takes them back to California. (Photo: New Line Cinema)

Lethal Weapon (1987)

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Lethal Weapon (1987) - Considered by many to be one of the greatest (if not the greatest) buddy cop franchise ever, Lethal Weapon saw the pairing of Danny Glover and Mel Gibson as officers Roger Murtaugh and Martin Riggs, two reluctant partners who come together to take down a drug operation. (Photo: Warner Bros Pictures)

Lethal Weapon 2 (1989)

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Lethal Weapon 2 (1989) - Murtaugh and Riggs are back on the scene — this time hot on the heels of international criminals who have been laundering money. (Photo: Warner Bros Pictures)

Will Smith, Bad Boys - Teaming with Martin Lawrence, Will Smith plays Detective Mike Lowrey, part of the Miami P.D., in Bad Boys. He’s funny, daring and ready to take it to whoever’s in his way. Smith and co. followed up in 2003 with the sequel. (Photo: Don Simpson/Jerry Bruckheimer Films)

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Bad Boys (1995) - When a $100 million package of confiscated heroin goes missing from the Miami-Dade Police Department, Martin Lawrence and Will Smith spring into action to make sure that it's recovered and that a witness to a related crime is safely kept from harm's way. (Photo: Sony Pictures)

Bad Boys 2 - Bad Boys 2 is full of action, love and comedy for days. Will Smith and Martin Lawrence are one of the best on-screen duos to ever be captured on camera. Hopefully one day there will be a Bad Boys 3.  (Photo: Sony Pictures)

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Bad Boys II (2003) - Will Smith and Martin Lawrence return to action after a ecstasy distribution sting leads them to confront some of Miami's most lethal mobsters. Caught in the middle is Gabrielle Union, who portrays Martin Lawrence's younger sister. (Photo: Sony Pictures)

Exit Wounds (2001)

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Exit Wounds (2001) - Orin Boyd (Steven Seagal) is a tough Detroit cop who forges a partnership with Latrell Walker (DMX) to bring some corrupt cops to justice and hopefully free Walker's brother. (Photo: Warner Bros Pictures)

Cradle 2 The Grave (2003)

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Cradle 2 The Grave (2003) - DMX portrays a jewel thief who decides to team up with a Taiwanese intelliegence agent, played by Jet Li, in order to save his daughter. (Photo: Warner Bros  Pictures)

The Glimmer Man (1996)

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The Glimmer Man (1996) - Jack Cole (Steven Seagal) is the 'The Glimmer Man,' a former government operative whose name is attributed to his swiftness. When his ex-wife is murdered alongside her husband, he must find common ground with Jim Campbell (Keenen Ivory Wayans), an LAPD officer who has little understanding of Cole, in order to stop the next murder. (Photo: Warner Bros  Pictures)

48 Hrs. (1988)

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48 Hrs. (1988) - Often cited as the first buddy cop film, 48 Hrs. pairs Nick Nolte up with Eddie Murphy as the two race to recover $500,000 before it falls into the wrong hands. (Photo: Paramount Pictures)

The Last Boy Scout (1991)

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The Last Boy Scout (1991) - A former football star (Damon Wayans) and a private investigator (Bruce Willis) team up to uncover a gambling conspiracy that threatens both of their lives. (Photo: Warner Bros  Pictures)

Men in Black (1997)

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Men in Black (1997) - Although not police officers in the traditional sense, Agent J (Will Smith) and Agent K (Tommy Lee Jones) were enforcers for intergalactic justice in this hilarious sci-fi comedy.  (Photo: Columbia Pictures)