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Reno 911!: Miami (2007)

A rag-tag team of Reno cops are called in to save the day after a terrorist attack disrupts a national police convention in Miami Beach during spring break. Based on the Comedy Central series.

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(as Ben Garant)

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A rag-tag team of Reno cops are called in to save the day after a terrorist attack disrupts a national police convention in Miami Beach during spring break. Based on the Comedy Central series.

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In a time of crisis, America will call Reno 911! See more »

Genres:

Comedy | Crime

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for sexual content, nudity, crude humor, language and drug use | See all certifications »

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Release Date:

23 February 2007 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Reno 911!: Miami: The Movie  »

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Box Office

Budget:

$10,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend:

$10,273,477 (USA) (25 February 2007)

Gross:

$20,342,161 (USA) (3 May 2007)
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1.85 : 1
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Trivia

A sequel titled "Reno 911!: S.O.S" was written before the film's release, centered around flashbacks between the start of the Lt. Dangle-led squad and a modern-day storyline involving a plane crash and an escaped serial killer, but the mediocre performance of this film led Fox to pass on the project. See more »

Goofs

During the scene where Deputy Travis Junior is walking through the hotel lobby, the cigarette dangling from his lips changes length several times. See more »

Quotes

Deputy Trudy Wiegel: Can't you just give me a pity fuck?
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Crazy Credits

There are 3 short scenes after the credits: Jim and Travis playing with their metal detectors, Jim and Travis X-Raying luggage at the airport, and Travis talking to the camera while driving his patrol car. See more »

Connections

Spoofs The Exorcist (1973) See more »

Soundtracks

Miami (Corazones De La Calle)
Written by Craig Wedren
Performed by Craig Wedren, Garcia Afro and Rashida Jones
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User Reviews

 
A TV show that works on the big screen!
14 December 2009 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

I'm always suspicious when somebody takes a program and then films a movie out of it. So many of these projects simply go nowhere worth going for fans or non fans alike. That's not the case with this however. I first saw the trailers in the theatre and thought it looked amusing, as I didn't watch the show at that point and had no real idea what it was all about.

Now that it's syndicated on regular channels this no cable or satellite dude can see for free, my day doesn't feel complete without the antics of these, ahem, "law enforcers". "Who protects us from the police?", is a common question many protesting injustice like to ask. Well, these cops are the biggest and most hilarious threat to themselves, as they take the word incompetent to a new frontier.

The great Patton Oswalt and Paul Rudd, who've appeared in different roles on the small screen version, are screwing up the Miami that our beloved boneheads from Nevada are visiting for a convention of the nation's police. And when the gathering of cops all get sidelined, the Reno crew have to patrol the city they were not given any respect in just a few seconds earlier.

I can't believe Weird Al Yankovic hasn't had a hit song called "Jim Dangle", in honour of the leader of this squad. Write it to the tune of "Jim Dandy" and have the actor himself (Thomas Lennon) get "Dangle" with it in a video.

This isn't a film to be taken seriously. It's best suited to watch when you've got 80 odd minutes to kill and don't need life's crises bringing you down.


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