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  • Actors: Thomas Lennon, Robert Ben Garant, Kerri Kenney, Lennie Loftin, Danny DeVito
  • Directors: Robert Ben Garant
  • Writers: Thomas Lennon, Robert Ben Garant, Kerri Kenney
  • Producers: Kerri Kenney, Danny DeVito, John Landgraf, Michael Shamberg
  • Format: AC-3, Color, Dolby, Dubbed, Full Screen, Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Surround), French (Dolby Surround), Spanish (Dolby Surround)
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: English, French, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: 20th Century Fox
  • DVD Release Date: June 19, 2007
  • Run Time: 84 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (98 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000PISZ8Q
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #47,041 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Reno 911! - Miami (Unrated Edition)" on IMDb

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The story centers on a rag-tag team of Reno cops that are called in to save the day after a terrorist attack disrupts a national police convention in Miami Beach during spring break. They're not the best, but that's all we got. Based on the successful Comedy Central TV series.

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For Reno 911 fans who believe that Comedy Central's improv-driven mock-reality series could benefit from more unbleeped profanity, uncensored sex scenes, and nudity, the feature-length R-rated Miami will be just the ticket. Perhaps less a movie than it is a Very Special Episode, Miami transplants short-shorts-bedecked Lt. Dangle (Thomas Lennon) and company to Miami for the American Police Convention ("They invited everybody"). No sooner can you say "bio-terrorism" than the hotel is quarantined, and Wahoe County's hapless misfits, shut out when their credentials can't be found, must step in and save the city from "complete chaos." Complete chaos ensues. As with the series, Miami unfolds in a series of hit and miss bits. The funniest are those that hew closest to the Cops template, such as an early "814" call that does not, as the officers believe, decode as armed intruder, but actually involves a loose chicken, and an encounter with a taunting good ol' boy who, when faced with an alligator in a swimming pool, boldly goes where officers Jones (Cedric Yarbrough) and Garcia (Carlos Alazraqui) fear to tread.

Happily, as was not the case with Borat, no innocent or unsuspecting citizens were emotionally harmed during the making of this movie. All of the jokes and humiliations are at the Reno squad's expense. Miami benefits from some subtle (and not so subtle) stunt casting, including Patton Oswalt (The King of Queens) in a small but pivotal role as the deputy assistant mayor, and Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson's hilarious, albeit short-lived cameo as a gung-ho bomb squad leader. It is a tribute to the crack ensemble that Reno's intimately etched characters do not need much of an introduction, and can be appreciated by those who have not seen the show. But longtime viewers are issued this warning that Miami crosses with even more impunity the thin blue line of good taste. A Rear Window homage in which we view each officer indulging in some alone time in their fleabag motel rooms may not be as bad as Borat's wrestling match, but really, there ought to be a law! --Donald Liebenson

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Customer Reviews

I have watched all of the TV episodes and I really enjoyed the movie.
R. Sola
There are some FUNNY FUNNY moments in this movie, but the WHOLE thing COULD have been hilarious.
Denise Ogerly
Cons: Taking the movie away from the Cops/reality show format really makes it a lot less funny.
J. B. Pritchard

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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Kaoru Hiratsuka on July 17, 2010
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
There is more to this DVD than first meets the eye. Not only to you get the Digital DVD to download the movies on the DVD into your IPOD, but you also really do get a "LOST VERSION" of the movie! Since all the other reviewers have chosen to review the original movie which is also on this DVD, I thought I'd give you a run down of the "Lost Version." In the "Lost Version" there is a huge extended trip across country, where you watch the Reno Sheriff's Department stopping at a scad of different road-side attractions. There are more scenes of everybody partying in Miami. There is even a quasi-Lesbian scene with Wendy Covey and Mary Birdsong...but you don't see any skin and Wendy Covey leaves before anything happens. You also see more of the "love scene" between Thomas Lennon and Kerri Kenny-Silver. Junior's adventures with the underage Asian girl and also covered in more depth. I could go on and on, but to sum it up, the "Lost Version" is COMPLETELY different from the movie shown in the theaters or the Unrated Version (which is also on this disc.) It really is NUTTIER and NAUGHTIER than the movie theater version (just as the DVD cover proclaims.) It's a completely different movie! Now here's the catch. If you don't watch the movie in the proper sequence you will keep watching the Unrated Version, which is also on this DVD! I'm not sure if Thomas Lennon and company deliberately did this, BUT the "Lost Version" is HIDDEN (more or less) on the DVD. The trick is that you go to the "Intro to the Lost Movie" section on the DVD Menu and click there. Then WATCH the Intro! Do not fast forward through it. Watch the entire Intro and when it is done click on the "Lost Version" movie BENEATH the Intro.Read more ›
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30 of 36 people found the following review helpful By James Hiller VINE VOICE on February 24, 2007
Familiar with the sheriff's department in Reno, Nevada? They are a fine group of individuals: well-seasoned, well-meaninged, hard working folks that protect the nighttime streets in the Biggest Little City in the country. And then the day crew shows up, Dangle and the rest, and all heck breaks loose in the town. Well, the crew has been transplanted to Miami in their newest and first feature film: Reno 911: Miami, and I'm happy to report it doesn't let us down.

Dangle and his crew have been invited to a law enforcement convention in the great city of Miami, and being the schumks they are, they board their bus and travel to it. However, due to a computer mixup, they arrive at the convention and are not registered, so they are forced to stay at a seedy motel. This sets up the scenario of the movie perfectly, as a plague sweeps through the convention and it's up to our lowly team to protect the streets of Miami.

Those of you who have seen Reno 911! before are very aware of the bawdy, slapstick brand of humor often prsented on the show. The movie banks on that type of humor and does it very effectively. On several occasions, I found myself laughing so hard that I couldn't breathe. The theater that I saw this movie in was crowded, and clearly the crowd enjoyed it just as much as I. Those people who haven't seen it might be put off a bit by the humor at first (I mean, can anyone possible explain Trudy to anyone?).

Kudos to everyone that works so hard on Reno 911 to give us weekly laughs, and for creating an equally wonderful movie experience!
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Matthew G. Sherwin HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on November 13, 2007
Format: DVD
Reno 911! Miami attempts to take the characters of an excellent television spoof of Cops and put them on the big screen in a movie seen here on DVD. Unfortunately, the overall feel is that you're watching an extended episode of the TV show; and it's just not as funny as I hoped it would be. It's like being on a plane that taxis down the runway only to stop abruptly at the end, never actually taking off. Ay!

When the Reno sheriff's department is invited to a law enforcement convention in Miami, they all travel--by bus--to the city. Naturally, when they get to the convention these Keystone Cops are denied admission because "they're not in the system." After the whole convention of police officers becomes trapped in the center because of a biological attack, our gang from Reno are the only people who can save the day.

Look for some funny moments with several members of the Reno police force. There are a few good laughs when Deputy Clementine Johnson (Wendi McLendon-Covey) tries to find out whose face she had tattooed on her breast one night when she was drunk; and Deputy Raineesha Williams (Niecy Nash) does her best work not with spoken lines but with her "faces." Raineesha and Deputy Trudy Wiegel (Kerri Kenney) have a silly conversation while on Miami beach patrol; and Deputy Travis Junior (Robert Ben Garant) has some funny moments when he attempts to woo a young lady for some romance.

The DVD comes with three optional commentaries. One commentary is by the directors; and two others are by actors in the film who comment on the film as if they were the people they portray and not who they are in real life. There are extended scenes as well.

Overall, fans of the television show Reno 911!
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