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Miami Vice
Short plot summary

1980's TV favorites Sonny Crocket (this time played by Colin Farrell) and Ricardo Tubbs (Jamie Foxx) have a modern makeover. Expect explosions, gunfire, Cuba and miscellaneous machismos.

What our panel of critics thought

"Expertly lit... nice driving. I had braced myself for the return of Spandau Ballet, I needn't have worried. Not a pink suit, or an 'uh u u ua aahh aa' anywhere. Phew!"

"Colin Farrell is one of the few actors today who can punch without ruffling his expensive jacket whilst Duran Duran plays in the background. A perfect choice for the role..."

"All I can say is that I would not like to inspect either of their underpants after all this excitement. Skid marks the size of a Snicker Bar I would suggest."

"This is a post UFC treat of a movie. No flying clotheslines off the top rope, or 'tell him ref', anywhere."

"Fast cars, fast boats, popping down to Cuba for the evening, getting the chance to blow up white supremacists, these are just a few of the thrills in store in this dark and yet well lit movie."

"A slow burning fashion conscious treat without any of the dangers of a Duran Duran concert."

"Action packed, adrenaline filled, super macho fare. Don't bother with the popcorn, you will throw it over your shoulder within five minutes through excitement."

"So this is how my drugs are delivered? How exciting!"

Please tell me the ending
Crocket and Tubbs both die in a firefight... only kidding folks! No they don't die: although Tubbs' female partner was in a coma by the end of proceedings.
Date of review

May 26, 2009

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