Reno 911! Miami


Action / Comedy / Crime

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten34%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled51%
IMDb Rating5.91027315


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Niecy Nash Photo
Niecy Nash as Deputy Raineesha Williams
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Dwayne Johnson as Rick Smith, S.W.A.T.
Paul Rudd Photo
Paul Rudd as Ethan the Drug Lord
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Danny DeVito as District Attorney
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766.16 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 23 min
P/S 1 / 9
1.48 GB
English 5.1
23.976 fps
1 hr 23 min
P/S 1 / 11

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by deloudelouvain8 / 10

For the fans of the show.

If you never watched the show before maybe the movie won't have the same effect on your laughing muscles but if you like me loved the show then you will love this movie as well. Reno 911!: Miami is basically a longer version of an episode of the show. You have to know the characters to fully appreciate this movie. Lieutenant Jim Dangle being my favorite character will always make me laugh out loud. Thomas Lennon Is just phenomenal as this character, but so are all the other characters (deputees Travis Junior, Raineesha Williams, Trudy Wiegel, Clementine Johnson, James Garcia, S. Jones and Cherisha Kimball). The humor is a bit kinky and sometimes absurd but it works for me and for alot of other people too. Too bad this show is not on anymore.

Reviewed by lastliberal1 / 10

Your watch is stuck in my pubes.

I do not know what I have nominated as the worst movie ever; I know Beerfest was one of them. I cannot remember the others, but this has to be at the top of the list. It was just plain terrible.

I was honestly in shock throughout. I just could not believe that anyone paid for the film stock to film this. People actually watch the TV show? Incredible! The only thing worthwhile in the whole film was the whale-on-the-beach scene. Actually, I really didn't pay much attention to the whale as there were two other beautiful sights that I was focused on.

This is the ultimate low in film-making.

Reviewed by zardoz-139 / 10

Listen Up People . . . This Reno Is Fabulous

"Reno 911: Miami" the Comedy Central spin-off movie spoof of Fox's highly-rated reality ride-along TV show "Cops," qualifies as a consistently hilarious comedy of errors about a loopy lot of law enforcement personnel who wouldn't know what to do with a clue if they found one. Mind you, the cable TV show "Reno 911" is as much an acquired taste as the film that it has spawned. People who cannot tolerate politically incorrect attitudes, unapologetically racist characters, and anything in between that consists of the lewd, the rude, and the crude, won't appreciate the skewered humor of either the television show or this movie. Happily, everybody from the superbly silly small screen saga about Reno, Nevada's mentally challenged sheriff's department reprises their role in this big screen adaptation. Moreover, nothing drastic has changed in terms of the irreverent wit, the wacky characters, and the preposterous predicaments, except that "Reno 911: Miami" is bigger and better. Aside from a disposable plot that involves a poorly parodied "Scarface" mobster who wields a weed-eater rather than a chainsaw, most of "Reno 911: Miami" will tickle your ribs.

The premise of "Reno 911: Miami" is that the sheriff's deputies receive an invitation to attend the American Police Convention in Miami Beach, Florida. "They invited us," Lieutenant Jim Dangle (Thomas Lennon) announces to Deputies Raineesha Williams (Niecy Nash),Travis Junior (Robert Ben Garant),S. Jones (Cedric Yarbrough),James Garcia (Carlos Alazraqui),Clementine Johnston (Wendi McLendon-Covey),Trudy Wiegel (Kerri Kenny-Silver) and Cherisha Kimball (Mary Birdsong),"because they invited everybody." When our hapless heroes arrive in sunny Miami after an uncomfortable cross-country bus trip, convention officials cannot find either their credentials or their registration packets. Since they cannot register at the convention center motel, Dangle and his deputies have to check into a seedy dive called the International Inn. The next day they return to the convention center and learn to their surprise that terrorists have exposed the over 2000 cops, including the Miami Beach police, in the convention center to a biological toxin, and Homeland Security doesn't possess an antidote. Meaning, the authorities have quarantined everyone in the convention center, and acting mayor Jeff Spoder (Patton Oswalt) reluctantly presses the Reno deputies into service to stand between Miami and rampant lawlessness. Predictably, chaos ensues with the Reno crew wrecking Miami's Ford police cars and fumbling one situation after another in ways characteristic of the television series. Garcia and Jones investigate an alligator in a backyard swimming pool in what is one of the funniest scenes and get advice from a redneck next door neighbor. Meanwhile, another series regular shows up. Nick Swardson generates a lot of hilarity as the nutty male prostitute on roller skates named Terry. Terry's role is considerably larger here than in the TV show. Raineesha and Trudy have some funny moments at the beach with Raineesha trying to coach Trudy in the proper etiquette of talking to beachcombers. Dangle and Travis wind up at a topless beach trying to remove a beached sperm whale. Eventually, our heroes run afoul of the chief villain, a wannabe Tony Montana-style drug czar played by Paul Rudd that constitutes the more lackluster part of the plot. When the film focuses on the drug lord, it is not as zany as when the Reno crew dominates the action.

Co-writer & director Robert Ben Garant and scenarists Thomas Lennon and Kerri Kennedy-Silver have done a smooth job transferring their deadpan, improvisational humor to the screen. Basically, Trudy emerges again as the craziest of the eight deputies. For example, at an exhibition where cops shoot at a guy modeling a bullet-proof vest, Trudy cannot hit the vest, but she manages to wound the man in the arm. She triggers a rocket while seated in an assault helicopter and blows one of Miami PD's prowl cars to smithereens. "Oh, that was my bad," she remarks as the fireball explosion dissipates. She continues to have her crush on Dangle who has nothing but revulsion for her. At the same time, Clementine is trying to figure out how she got a tattoo of a mustached man on her left breast, and Garcia is having a difficult time deducing how he got a tattoo of a blond on his loins. Every character gets a chance to shine, and anybody that doesn't know anything about them will learn quickly what makes each deputy unique. As Lt. Dangle, Lennon practically repeats his first season speech about his penchant for wearing tight-fitting cut-offs. Niecy Nash is especially funny when she explains how she likes to push around men. "Reno 911: Miami" boasts three cameos, with Dwayne Johnson, aka The Rock, scoring best as a butterfingered SWAT expert who blows himself up, while Paul Reubens of "Pee-Wee's Playhouse" turns up as Terry's wealthy father. Like many recent movies, "Reno 911: Miami" isn't content to wrap up its antics all nice and neat before the end credits roll. Stick around for the end credits and you'll see three more amusing skits. The best one involves a proctologist explaining how his medical equipment works. The performances by a seasoned ensemble cast are uniformly side-splitting throughout, and the comedians never wear out their welcome in a $10-million film that clocks in at 85 minutes. Fans of "Reno 911" won't be disappointed with this big-screen adventure. "Reno 911: Miami" ranks as the funniest cop comedy since the Broken Lizard Club's first movie "Super Troopers."

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