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CSI: Miami - The Complete 3rd Season
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Each locale in the CSI family has their own color palette: the original series is a dingy, seedy green, while New York is shot in gloomy blue hues. Miami, on the other hand, is a rich meld of citrus yellows and oranges, as bright as s
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I will say this, CSI: Miami just keeps getting better and better every season and this season will leave you begging for more. I wouldn't order this season unless you are also ordering the 4th season though because of the cliff hanger ending.
Enjoy Horatio, Delko, and the rest at their best!
The biggest problem with the show is its repetitiveness. Five minutes of each show are spent just watching the team members looking through microscopes and examining fingerprints. This was interesting the first few times I watched the show, but after a season or two I'm familiar with the way the team collects and examines evidence, and I wouldn't mind if less show time was spent in the lab and more was spent on the story itself. That being said, I do understand that the CSI franchise is about people whose job in real life is to analyze every piece of evidence, and no one is forcing me to watch the show, so I shouldn't complain too loud.
Although the level of sex, drugs, and violence make CSI:Miami an inappropriate choice for families with young children, the stories are interesting and the actors are well-cast. The show would be a good choice for anyone who enjoys crime/cop drama, but if you're not a fan of the genre, then it would be a good idea to watch a couple of episodes and decide whether or not you like CSI:Miami before spending money on a whole season. It would also be best to begin with the first season, since many of the show's story arcs start there.
For people who have seen some of Miami and are interested in purchasing some of the DVD's, I can only say that seasons two and three are my favorite thus far. The characters are well-developed, but the show wasn't so old at this point that it had lost its freshness.
P.S. Most of the products I review online (not just on Amazon) are books, so please don't be disconcerted by the fact that I'm critiquing a TV show, but my profile nickname has the word "reader" in it. :)