Todd Russell’s review published on Letterboxd:
Better than the second one, not as good as the first, comes the third in the Bad Boys franchise with buddy cops Martin Lawrence and Will Smith. This time it's personal, with a ruthless sniper taking out people close to them and aiming the sights at one of them.
Video Review - Just left theater (no spoilers)
Will Smith has the meatiest parts in this one with a nice character arc that was missing from the second one where Lawrence and him were just out on a mission going through the motions for the most part. Here they are working together to figure out the identity and motives behind the sniper. There is a nice little twist that I kind of saw coming, but it was appreciated.
The theater was almost sold out on opening night the second showing that we saw. Plenty of laughter at Martin Lawrence's lines (he gets most of the funny lines). Wife and I were entertained. Recommended.