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Miami Vice: Season 4


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  • Actors: Don Johnson, Philip Michael Thomas, Edward James Olmos, Sheena Easton, Saundra Santiago
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Box set, Color, Dolby, Full Screen, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 5
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Universal Studios
  • DVD Release Date: March 20, 2007
  • Run Time: 1054 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (72 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000MLWQ6I
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #15,602 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Miami Vice: Season 4" on IMDb

Special Features

  • 22 episodes on five discs

Editorial Reviews

Hit the streets again with Don Johnson as James "Sonny" Crockett and Philip Michael Thomas as Ricardo Tubbs, two of the world's slickest undercover cops, in Season Four of Miami Vice! Oscar-nominated director Michael Mann and Primetime Emmy Award-winning producer Dick Wolf bring you all 22 heart-pounding, fashion-forward episodes in this must-own 5-disc set. Joining the iconic detective duo in Miami's steamy underworld is a powerful roster of guest stars, including James Brown, Julia Roberts, and Chris Rock. Miami Vice is an action-packed show whose "influence is still evident" (The New York Times).

Customer Reviews

Good audio and video quality. plays well in portable DVD player and on my computer.
Ellis D. Rodriguez
This season did not have the look or feel of seasons 1-3 and just felt different but it is still a lot better than Season 5.
Ozzyfan
I have always been a big fan of the show and watching these shows brought back memories of the good times the 1980's were.
DONALD BROOKE JONES

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

59 of 62 people found the following review helpful By Isaac Fischer on January 25, 2007
Format: DVD
Ok, this was a very strange, and often goofy, season of vice with some pretty good episodes and some very bad episodes. sonny gets married and loses his mind (no, not at the same time). the marriage to caitlin davies (sheena easton) is kinda hokey, and some think crockett's brain damage and subsequent reversion to burnett is hokey, but i really liked that story arch. here's a summary of the eps:

contempt of court: geez, this is the season premiere?? a lackluster episode about a mob guy (stanley tucci) attempts to get to the witness that will testify against him at trial. pretty dull...

amen send money: pretty funny episode with dueling television evangelists. one of them accuses tubbs of rape. i like the soundtrack of this one and it had some really funny moments...

Death & the Lady: pretty good episode about a strange porno director that crockett and tubbs suspect has made a genuine snuff film. crockett teaches him a lesson about the fact that violence isn't glamorous...

The Big Thaw: another goofy episode about a dead and frozen reggie star. everyone is fighting over his body and izzie is involved in the scam. pretty funny stuff...

child's play: a strange episode in which crockett shoots a child. the children's parents speak directly to the camera about the shooting and crocket agonizes about it. the kid isn't necessarily the innocent victim he was first thought to be however...

god's work: esai morales returns as a potential heir to takeover a family drug operation but may be there for other reasons entirely.
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Dave Cordes on April 29, 2007
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It's interesting to note that Season 4 suffers from the misfortune of having occurred after most of the original writers and producers for the show, including creators Anthony Yerkovich and Michael Mann, had long-since bailed and freelance writers were brought in to write for the show, most of whom had probably not even seen an episode of Miami Vice and had no clue how to write for the series cast. The result is an unforgiveably mixed bag of erratic episodes that are all over the map. The season opener "Contempt of Court" features great performances by Stanley Tucci and Meg Foster but it feels more like a mid-season filler episode than an explosive opener compared to Season 3's "When Irish Eyes Are Crying" but nonetheless gets the season off to an awkward start. By the fourth episode in, however, the season gets pretty much derailed beginning with "The Big Thaw" about a Rastafarian Michael Jackson reggae singer preserved in a cryogenic sleep chamber and then there's the infamous "Missing Hours" featuring James Brown and a whacked-out plot revolving around Trudy's alien abduction and it's time to call in Mulder and Scully instead of Crockett and Tubbs. If Vice hadn't already "Jumped the Shark" at that point, the introduction of Sheena Easton in the following episode "Like A Hurricane" as Sonny's recurring love-interest Caitlin Davies is enough to make you shriek like nails screeching on chalkboard when Sonny's lovey-dovey side reduces the season into a series of mushy soap-opera escapades and inevitable wedding bells ring while poor Rico is left on the sidelines.Read more ›
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By MadDog Mace on August 8, 2011
Format: DVD
I am a huge fan of Miami Vice. HUGE. And I own this season on DVD. I own all of the seasons, so this was a must have in order to complete the collection. But for the life of me, I cannot fathom how anyone could give this season a high rating. I think many are rating it high simply because it is Miami Vice. At least, I think it is. Then again, when I watch this season, it really makes me wonder...is this the same show I grew to love in seasons 1 and 2 (and parts of 3)? Because it sure does feel like a totally different show, with no link to the earlier years.

Here's just some of problems:
- Miami?: Most of the scenes are set in dark, fog-filled garbage-strewn alleys or dimly-lit rooms. Where's the Scarab? Where's the St. Vitus? Where's Elvis? Heck, where's a palm tree? How about the South Beach strip? Or any beach, for that matter. How about some ocean? Or a sunset? Watching this season, you would never even know it takes place in the fun and sun of Miami. If not for the use of pastel neon lights, this season could have been Detroit Vice.
- Music: Where did the mainstream pop music go? When one thinks of Miami, they think of dancing, laughing, partying, etc. Seasons 1-2 captured that (season 3 tried at times, but failed in comparison to the first two seasons). In season 4 however, the soundtrack goes into the obscure hard rock, industrial and goth. Huh? Was this a budget issue? I mean, I like the Jesus and Mary Chain and The Smiths too...but in Vice? Come on. Since when did South Beach get so depressing? Even most of Jan Hammer's tracks were recycled from earlier seasons. No wonder he was smart and found the quickest exit door at the conclusion of this season.
- Budget: Clearly, there were some serious cuts.
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