Crockett and Tubbs travel to New York to take down a powerful Colombian cartel.

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Man in Gallery
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Blue Wacko
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J. J. Johnston
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Valerie Gordon
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Crockett and Tubbs travel to New York to take down a powerful Colombian cartel.

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27 September 1985 (USA)  »

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In one of the scenes, Crockett tells Julian Beck's character J.J. Johnston that while Crockett couldn't touch him, he was patient and implied he would eventually get him. Beck died from stomach cancer 13 days prior to the broadcast date. See more »

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When Crockett, Tubbs and Jimmy Borges get into the Cadillac to search New York, Borges isn't wearing a jacket, nor does he seem to have one with him. When he takes off at the end of the scene he's wearing a white suit jacket. See more »

Quotes

Det. Ricardo Tubbs: [Over the phone] That's TUBBS: Tough, Unique, Bad, Bold and Sassy.
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Pride (In The Name Of Love)
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Written and Performed by U2
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Routine Show, But Love That Jan Hammer Music
27 October 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The film - the pilot for the second season of the popular TV Show - is fair-at-best because of its convoluted plot and sometimes-annoying cast, led by the two "hip" heroes: Don Johnson and Philip Michael Thomas.

What I really liked was the soundtrack, one of the best I've ever heard. Jan Hammer's unique sound is fascinating, plus there are several good vocals. There are also several good action scenes except they tend to have the Rambo mentality meaning the good guys never get hit despite a ton of bullets fired at them.

In summary: a routine Miami Vice show elevated by a super soundtrack.


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