CSI: Miami 10 Seasons 2009

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Season 8
(92) IMDb 7.4/10
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8. Point of Impact TV-14 CC

When the CSIs investigate who or what caused a horrific car accident, both drivers' darkest secrets are revealed.

Starring:
David Caruso, Emily Procter
Runtime:
43 minutes
Original air date:
November 16, 2009

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Point of Impact

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I love CSI Miami so I'm bias to all the shows.
mrsmae
Each one has it's own particular attraction but they are all well acted, the stories very good and the characters extremely believable.
Pam Conrads
Good audio and video quality. plays well in portable DVD player and on my computer.
Ellis D. Rodriguez

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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By thenamegame on September 11, 2010
Format: DVD
After ending a pretty great 7th season, Season Eight had turned around 360 and started to disappoint. Two newcomers to the CSI Miami team, Eddie Cibrian as "Jesse Cardoza" and Omar Miller as "Walter Simmons" made little improvement as the cast began to expand while veteran Adam Rodriguez (Eric Delko) appeared off and on in several episodes while filming the final season of Ugly Betty and the film Tyler Perry's "I Can Do Bad All By Myself". This season, the characters explore the world of cougar women, a company's legal terms with insurance policies, a meth lab explosion, a Hannah Montana-like homicide, the murder of an unpopular office receptionist, an arranged marriage gone wrong, a complete crossover of all CSI series including Las Vegas & New York, and a bag of diamonds gone missing from the evidence locker. As lives are threatened, as one of the CSI members gets accused for something they didn't do, as Horatio's son Kyle (played by Evan Ellingson) returns from the war with a personal problem, and a season-ender with everyone in the lab fallen ill, who knows what will come next in Season Nine?
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By dayoB52 on November 7, 2011
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this Season of CSI: Miami did not dissapoint. It was full of action and creative plots. I like the new characters and the way they chose to introduce them. I thought the inclusion of Horatio's son was great too. If you think it is getting old and tired, watch these and you will see that CSI: Miami is still Bringing it!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Jannet on September 22, 2011
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Don't have to say much about it, if you've seen CSI you know what I mean. I got this for my father, he has the collection and it's great. Good quality video.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By D. Jeter on July 20, 2011
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CSI: Miami - The Eighth SeasonGood TV drama, the CSI series, this one is my favorite. David Caruso's character Horatio Cane is a force to be reckoned with. Spectacular action, some unpleasant images (corpes, decomposition) etc. Overall I rate this as an excellent TV drama with very good writers and production staff, although filmed in California, a Miami feel to the show is also one of the characters. Co-star Emily Procter is smart, sexy and more that able to hold her own. One of the best shows on TV today!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By David Matz on May 2, 2012
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We had watched this off DVD, but purchased it off Amazon to watch it in preparation for Malcolm McDowell's guest appearances in the just ended 2011-2012 season of CSI: Miami. This is an interesting episode where CSI Cardoza's (Eddie Cibrian's) character's past plays a key role in solving the case before the team. A murder with ties to a crime Cardoza had investigated during his time in LA leads to Horatio and Delco heading to LA to investigate allegations that Cardoza had not properly investigated a case and lead to a suspected murderer being found not guilty of a crime. Horatio and Delco are able to show that Cardoza was set up in order to get the suspect off, clearing Cardoza.

This episode was interesting in that it got part of the team out of Miami. Guest star Malcolm McDowell plays yet another of the smart, creepy characters he seems to be typecast in. As always, he plays the character so well that you hate the character's actions but love his performance. If you're watching the 2011-2012 I highly recommend watching this episode because a confrontation between Malcolm McDowell's lawyer character and Horatio is referenced in toward the end of the 2011-2012 season whenm Malcolm McDowell's law firm sets up a branch in Miami that the CSI team runs up against.
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Unlike the original "C.S.I. Vegas" which keeps changing cast members, first they wrote out Jorga Fox, then axed eye candy Lauren Lee Smith, then Liz Vassey, which means I am done with that one, however this one "Miami" still retains it's original cast, & for that reason, I am still intrigued by this one, after the great 7th Season, I didn't think they would be able to top that one, but this 8th Season was just as good, Eric Delko (Adam Rodriguez) leaves briefly, but returns later in the season, this one sees some unique cases that touch on today's pop culture, there is a Miley Cyrus type episode, a triple murder involving three college students who humiliated someone, a meth lab home explosion, a dirty cop among the ranks, a trip to L.A. with an all star cast including William Forsthye(The Rock), Michael Madsen, & Malcolm McDowell, a "Mommie Dearest" type murder, & the cross-over episodes from "Vegas" & "NY", & another cliffhanger ending that will leave you scratching your head, & Eddie Cibrian (Third Watch) who I was quite impressed with, him being fired over his fling with country star Lee Ann Rimes seems stupid to me, I guess Executive Producer Ann Donahue was worried about bad press (stupid!!), despite this, it is on par with the previous seasons, however I was hoping we would see Elizabeth Berkely again as Horatio's ex & mother of his son, but she is MIA here & I was hoping we would see that killer Sarius (Kim Coates) get his, but I guess they are saving his character's demise for the end, you know they are, & David Caruso once again commands the screen with his cool presence, I still don't know why people have it in for him, so he left "NYPD Blue"...can't people just let it go??!!..anyway, this is a must have if you are a fan of this show.
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