Reno 911!: Miami


Reno 911!: Miami (2007)


Critic Consensus: Reno 911!'s anarchic brand of comedy loses much in translation to the big screen where it feels slapdash and shallow.


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The bumbling cops of Comedy Central's hit television series take a trip to Miami Beach for a national police convention. After the trip there turns out to be much more difficult than anticipated, the bumbling crew must leap into action when the convention center becomes the target of a biological terrorist attack. Lieutenant Jim Dangle (Thomas Lennon) must keep together his motley and inept crew in order to save everyone from the disaster, and keep peace on the streets of the popular Florida city. The film features the same cast from the popular Comedy Central series of the same name.

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Carlos Alazraqui
as Deputy James Garcia
Lennie Loftin
as Chief of Police
Mary Birdsong
as Deputy Cherisha Kimball
Robert Ben Garant
as Deputy Travis Junior
Kerri Kenney-Silver
as Deputy Trudy Wiegel
Thomas Lennon
as Lt. Jim Dangle
Wendi McLendon-Covey
as Deptuy Clementine Johnson
Niecy Nash
as Deputy Raineesha Williams
Cedric Yarbrough
as Deputy S. Jones
Danny DeVito
as District Attorney
Alejandra Gutierrez
as Miss Acapulco
Paul Rudd
as Ethan the Druglord
Michael Clark
as Bus Driver
Ken Marino
as Deaf Tattoo Artist
Brandon Molale
as Kevlar Guy
Kathryn Fiore
as Cheyenne the Helicopter Model
Jack Plotnick
as Steve Marmella
Dave Holmes
as Persnickety Desk Worker
Patton Oswalt
as Jeff Spoder
Paul Reubens
as Sir Terrence
Toby Huss
as Glen the Desk Clerk
Cathy Shim
as Spring Break Dream Girl
Ian Roberts
as Captain Rogers, DHS
Chris Tallman
as Alligator Expert
Marisa Petroro
as Drug Lord's Girlfriend
Kyle Dunnigan
as Drug Lord's First Hostage
David Wain
as Breen the Plumber
Todd Holoubek
as Tattooed Guy
Michael Patrick Jann
as Tottoo Shop Owner #1
Irina Voronina
as Russian Model
Steve Little
as Drug Lord's Second Hostage
Joe Lo Truglio
as Tattoo Shop Owner #2
Kevin Allison
as Tattoo Victim
Eric Price
as Wrestling Referee
Kathryn Smith
as Jello Wrestler
David Veach
as Dangle's "Body Double"
Mary Castro
as Wiegel's "Body Double"
Michael Ian Black
as Ron of Ron's Tattoo
Shanti Hall
as Hot Paramedic
Mindy Sterling
as Spoder's Mom
Matthew Budds
as Clapping Cop
Michael Hoback
as Barry Baum
Floyd VanBuskirk
as Proctologist
Joe the Cameraman
as Joe the Cameraman
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Critic Reviews for Reno 911!: Miami

All Critics (96) | Top Critics (28)

Like some deformed offspring that's been walled up in an attic for 20 years, this resurrects the spirit of Police Academy.

Apr 27, 2007 | Rating: 1/5 | Full Review…
Top Critic

A verità (C) riff on the â~Police Academyâ(TM) series is the idea behind cult US sitcom â~Reno 911!â(TM), which, here, is stretched to breaking point for this puerile punt at cinematic glory.

Apr 24, 2007 | Full Review…
Time Out
Top Critic

Handcuffed by an annoyingly contrived plot that keeps its zanier non sequitur TV giggles in lockdown.

Mar 3, 2007 | Rating: 2/6 | Full Review…

The characters are perfectly evolved screwups and the premise (every legit cop is quarantined at a police convention, leaving our heroes in charge of Miami) has potential. It lacks only the discipline of a 30-minute episode.

Feb 28, 2007 | Rating: B- | Full Review…

It will grow on you like a fungus, my friend, and you will laugh more than once.

Feb 28, 2007

Broken up into four episodes of the television show, who knows, this might be a masterpiece. Seen at one sitting, it falls well short of that. Not for lack of trying. More for trying a little too hard.

Feb 24, 2007 | Rating: 3/5 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Reno 911!: Miami


Directors Cat
Directors Cat

Super Reviewer

Like a really poor one trick version of Police Academy. Based on a TV show apparently, it shows as they barely had enough material to fill 75mins!

Dean King
Dean King

Super Reviewer

I never saw the show, and I kinda wish I never saw the movie. It was't that great.

Eric Alvarez
Eric Alvarez

Super Reviewer

Reno 911 is a fairly decent / average comedy. Based on the popular TV show, Reno 911 Miami is a fun, amusing film with a few good laughs. But at times the humour displayed on screen, struggles and falls flat and isn't funny. For what it is, Reno 911 Miami is an average comedy. The film could have been better, but there's definitely a few great moments that makes this film a worthy viewing. The film is not as memorable as Super Troopers, but it will definitely give you a few chuckles. For what it is, Reno 911 is a good comedy but it could have been improved on many aspects. The show was funny to a certain level, but at times the humour seems forced. Overall a an average comedy with definitely a few good laughs. But nothing really extraordinary.

Alex roy
Alex roy

Super Reviewer

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