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Based on the hit 1980s TV action/drama, the Miami Vice movie is a stylish crime drama about undercover cops.

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Miami Vice (2006)
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Title

Miami Vice (2006)

Year released

2006

Genres

Mystery & thriller, crime, action & adventure

Classification

MA15+

Synopsis

A case involving drug lords and murder in South Florida takes a personal turn for undercover detectives Sonny Crockett and Ricardo Tubbs. Unorthodox Crockett gets involved romantically with the Chinese-Cuban wife of a trafficker of arms and drugs, while Tubbs deals with an assault on those he loves.

Cast and crew

  • Colin Farrell
  • Jamie Foxx
  • Gong Li
An adaptation of the 1980s television series of the same name, Miami Vice follows NYPD detectives Ricardo Tubbs and Sonny Crockett, who go undercover in order to bring down a major drug trafficking racket. Too bad their undercover work wreaks havoc on their personal lives.

Gritty and violent, the movie has enough action scenes and just the right amount of emotion to keep viewers hooked. Whether or not you're a fan of the TV original, there's enough here to catch your eye – including a great cast and plenty of tension.

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