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|Starring:||David Caruso, Rex Linn, Khandi Alexander, Emily Procter, Adam Rodriguez, Eva La Rue, Jonathan Togo|
|Director(s):||David Caruso, Emily Procter, Adam Rodriguez|
Horatio Caine, a former homicide detective, heads a group of investigators who work crimes amid the steamy, tropical surroundings and cultural crossroads of Miami. His team includes Calleigh Dusquene, a bilingual Southern beauty with a specialty in ballistics Tim Speedle, a cocky yet disarming investigator who is well connected on the street, and Eric Delko, an underwater recovery expert who knows all the twists and turns of the Florida waterways. Rounding out the team is Alexx Woods, the no-nonsense, know-it-all coroner. And, after Speedle is killed in Action, Former Patrolman Ryan Wolfe joins the team. Together, these investigators collect and analyze the evidence to solve the crimes and to vindicate those who often cannot speak for themselves -- the victims.
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Kitty Carnelian 22 May 2013
I totally disagree, I think that CSI:Miami and CSI are two great shows!They are intriguing and interesting and I watch them both everytimethey are on. I respect your opinion, so I hope you respect mine.CSI:Miami has not only great actors and great acting, but good cases,and well-written, I think. In fact, I didn't even know there was adifference between CSI and CSI:Miami for awhile. In fact, CSI:Miami andCSI are almost exactly alike. They both deal with finding and solvingcases, and you can learn a lot. I don't know how you came to thatconclusion on your summary to CSI:Miami, I wonder what you think of theregular CSI? CSI:New York is coming next season, and I can't wait!
r2917 21 May 2013
This show has perhaps the worst cast of characters I have ever seen. Isimply do not care for any of them and dislike most of them. I can'tstand the Alexx Woods character and the constant talking and strokingof the dead bodies. I wish death to that character as I see this happenevery episode.The whole Horatio character is downright silly and David's acting ofhim is ridiculous.It also bugs me how most of the crimes are similar and there is thebias towards men being the perps.This show isn't half of what CSI: Vegas is. With Vegas I actually seechemistry between the crew and care about them while these Miami peopleI couldn't care less if they all died and replaced with the next lineof annoying characters with no redeeming qualities.
BreanneB 16 May 2013
I love this show. It is one of my absolute favorites. Great cast,especially David Caruso, as Horatio Caine. I got the first and thirdseasons, and I'm going to be getting the second very soon. The thirdseason has so far been the best. My favorite episode so far is "HellNight".In "Hell Night", it's Halloween. A suspected wife killer is on trial.While the jury visits his home, the crime scene, he gets killed with abutcher block knife. While there Horatio, gets a call from Yelina, hissister-in-law. His nephew Ray Jr, never came home after school.Appearantly he had started hanging out with some troubled kids. WhenHoratio finds them he tells the other boys to go home and takes Raywith him.When it is discovered that a homeless man was killed with Ray Jr's.paint ball gun, him and the other boys are arrested and put inlockdown. Although the others try to pin it on Ray Jr, Horatio comes upwith exonerating evidence that clears him.Kudos to the cast, crew, and filmmakers. Two Thumbs Way Up! 10 out of10 stars.
the_4th_b_2000 16 May 2013
All in all, I think the stories are well written, albeit somewhatpredictable. I can forgive the over-the-top nature of the characters,because, after all, one can't expect anything more from television.Perhaps the best quality of the show is its promotion of the sciences.Star Trek inspired entire generations to study the universe. CSI mightplay a similar role with respect to chemistry and biology.However, what detracts from the show for me is knowing that CSI folknever carry guns, never question suspects, and spend all of their timein the lab if they're not testifying in court. Indeed, the premise ofthe show would hardly be popular if it were too realistic.
engine_tiger 12 May 2013
When I watch CSI Miami, David Caruso's performance makes a spoof of thewhole show. When he talks to someone his head almost hits the tablewhere he is sitting on. And the dramatically removal of his shadeskills me all the time. No matter how serious the plot of the show,Caruso makes it non believable or laughable. After a while in the showhe will get annoying. He appears non human to me. No flaws. And if theywould find a character flaw it would be only because he tried toachieve world peace. Here is a plot from me: The next time he is in thelab, he'll knock over some chemicals while removing his shades orknocking them off the table with his head because someone came in andstarts talking to him, causing a massive explosion. All they ever findof him is his fiery red scalp and his sunglasses. He'll never appear inthe show. His position will be filled with someone human and goodlooking.So there.
connie_dam 11 May 2013
I Love CSI: Miami. It is way cooler then CSI and CSI: NY, but I lovealso both CSI and CSI: NY.David Caruso as Horatio Caine, Hello, wake up! He is so cool. EmilyProcter as Calleigh Duquesne, so cool with the guns. Adam Rodriguez asEric Delko, as a good looking guy. Khandi Alexander as Dr. Alexx Woods,as a Medical Examiner. Rex Linn as Detective Frank Tripp, is cool.Jonathan Togo as Ryan Wolfe, I didn't like him than much at first, buthe is cute. Rory Cochrane as Tim Speedle, I hate the episode that hegets killed, it's so very sad. Sofia Milos as Detective Yelina Salas,she is very cool.I'am a very BIG FAN of CSI: Miami, I LOVE IT. and I can't wait to thefourth season to come out.I Love Horatio, Calleigh, Eric, Khandi, Frank, Ryan, Tim and Yelina:DSo those who don't like CSI:Miami, I would like to said that: YOU aremissing a lot of the good stuff, that's too bad.
bobgoyle 06 May 2013
A great murder mystery programme. If you like things like MidsommerMurders or any of the other CSI's then this is definitely for you. Itlooks on the forensics side of a crime and has a very realistic way offinding out the murderer (or murderers). I will not write any spoilersbut the theme of all the episodes is about the main character workingwith about 3 or 4 other people (some actors leave and are replaced) tofind the cause of a murder or the causes of more than one murdersometimes. It is a very interesting programme which is not like othermurder mysteries that are not at all realistic, but is very believableand very watchable. It is very interesting to watch their observationswhich lead to their verdict. It will keep you watching (even when youare watching it live and there are lots of ad-breaks). Highlyrecommended.
drystyx 05 May 2013
This is CSI Miami-kill all dark haired dark eyed women. Endorse agenocide only a die hard Nazi would enjoy (or a plain woman who likesto fantasize about more beautiful women being eliminated.) That's it.That's the show. They may feature the death of a guy or two-and theymay dark, light, whatever, but creators ANN DONAHUE, CAROL MENDELSOHN,and ANTHONY ZUEKER hammer their genocidal, determined Nazi ideal intothis show, and they aren't a bit subtle. It's lame, predictable, anddull to say the best. At worst, it is sick. No doubt, women like thissort of drivel, but no straight man does. It is the most depressingshow made, and that is saying a lot with the multitude of depressing,Neo-Nazi shows. And women control most relationships, so they determinewhat is viewable in most households. Hitler, Nietzshe, Mengele, and theGrimm Brothers, among other Nazi ideologists, would have loved this. Noone else.
dollface007 01 May 2013
I think CSI: Miami is good. I enjoy it and the forensic evidence theycanfind. I like the entire cast as well. They do an excellent job. Youcan'tcompare it to Law and Order, though, because this is forensic science andnot lawyers/courtroom drama. I think CSI: Miami is GREAT!
chris_fodder 30 April 2013
I was a big fan of the original series (Las Vegas). Sadly this showseems to be nothing more than beautiful actors and cinematography. Iwon't lie to you, the actors are hot, and the scenery is awesome. Thatswhy i gave it a whopping 2/10. Nothing else grabbed me though.Weak plot lines and character interactions. This show takes a bold leapfrom reality. Characters are strutting around the art-deco policestation in their designer cloths. The capers they solve have HUGE plotholes and are very formulaic. There's always a quick fix at the end ofthe show to wrap things up.Mostly I was disappointed by the content (lack thereof).It's eye candy.....nothing more.
tomimt 27 April 2013
I watched the couple of first episodes of CSI: Miami, a sister seriesof CSI: Las Vegas, and I stopped it there. I have seen couple ofepisodes from here and there, but it really didn't drag me in like LasVegas did.As a series Miami feels like a poorly conceived copy of the originaland character traits feel awkwardly comical, like the coroner whomumbles to the cadavers on her slab. Also David Caruso as the main starof the show didn't do it for me.When you look a the production values of the show it shows, that it'snot poorly, or shoddily made and the writing has been mostly okay, butit just doesn't have enough appeal to reel me in from episode toepisode.
cakyrias 26 April 2013
This is the worst dramatic show on television and I attribute most ofthat to David Caruso. His stilted line reading in "dramatic whispers",constant posing, and egotistical characterization are just AWFUL! Maybehe's a nice guy, maybe he's easy to work with, maybe he came cheap,there must be SOME reason he was hired because it surely wasn't hisacting. I think he may very well be the worst actor to hold a SAG cardand have a steady paycheck. His idea of acting is to say every linewith a quarter turn to the camera, lift up his chin, spread his legsout overly wide and throw his hands on his hips. I'm serious; EVERYsingle episode, he uses exactly the same moves over and over.Apparently the directors are powerless to do anything about it. Perhapshe just can't take direction; or the producers are hiring really baddirectors every week; or maybe it's in his contract that he doesn'thave to listen to directors. No decent director would allow this to goon week after week. (I suspect they just throw up their hands, sinceCaruso appears to be completely unrepentant.)It's well known that actors who work together for any length of timerise (or fall) to meet the level of the lead. A really good lead actormakes his/her co-stars look good, too. (A prime example is "The GoodWife," where the secondary actors and their characters have quicklyrisen to meet the standard set by Julianna Margulies.) David Caruso isso bad that the other actors have no option but to meet him where heworksÂin the pits. I've seen many of these actors in other roles andthey were excellent. Now after several years of having to work withsomeone who is being rewarded for bad acting, the others are slippingto his level. The line readings have become almost uniformly bad. Onone episode, I would sworn that Khandi Alexander was on drugsÂherreading was so bad she almost couldn't get the words out. EmilyProctor, whom I've always liked, is practically sleepwalking throughher part. She is, and has proved herself, capable of soooo much betterthan this. As is Adam Rodriguez, who, though enthusiastic, still seemsto be phoning in his lines.In my opinion, writers and camera operators also rise (or fall) to thelevel of the characters as the actors portray them. And, BTW, does themake-up department on this show hate the actors or are they merelyincompetent, too.A show which wasn't great to start with has gone downhill badly and Iblame it directly on David Caruso.
edgould1948 24 April 2013
The opening scenes of CSI: Miami are just simply just spectacular (atleast in HD). The filters and or digital work really make Miami lookfantastic. The colors are RICH and deep. Other scenes (usually aerialviews) are good and nice work is seen but the opening is just awesome.The rest of show is OK but there are scenes of great work that areshown, usually houses that show great contrast and depth and richness.if you have not seen CSI: Miami see it on HD, I promise it will WOWyou. This show was just made for HD. One part of the show that isinteresting is that everybody that works in the Crime lab has a Hummer.Now its not clear who is paying for the cars but it is hard for me tobelieve that Miami would pick up the tab nor that the people that workthere can afford these types of vehicles. Also the Lab has the latestand best equipment available (except for the Los Angeles NCIS lab). The house that Horatio has looks terribly expensive and one is leftguessing as to how he can afford it.
winstonfg 24 April 2013
Posing, sycophantic drivel from the alphabet soup of current CSI shows.The only reason I watched it to begin with was to see Sofia Milos, whois an extraordinarily beautiful woman - utterly wasted here. Now thatshe's gone, I think I'd rather watch International Basket-weaving.Comparisons with Law & Order are insulting to the latter: a thoughtful,well-paced show where the good guys don't always win and the maincharacters don't have all the answers. If you've wasted a beer on thisone, a word to the wise: When everyone starts putting on their darkglasses, you've got about 5 minutes until the final credits and anothercold one.
outlawsis 22 April 2013
We are an avid watcher of CSI and yes we do watch CSI-Miami only becausethere is nothing else on Monday nights @9:00. We do not have cable and ifwedid believe me we would be surfing the channels. Any way about CSI-Miami,the show is guessable. We can sit there and know what will happen nextwithHoratio's character because he always gets his man, and it gets boring.Hischaracter has no meaning to the show and he looks ridiculous with thosesunglasses on all the time,again predictable. Exactly what is he: Cop?Criminal Science? He needs to have one set job, I say leave him asCop(likeJim Brass on CSI) and get another character to be a Gil Grissom,like:(Miguel Ferrer; Ken Howard or Lorraine Toussaint) any of these actorswouldbe an improvement to the show and lets keep the girls doing investigatingand not looking like Hooters girls. They are attractive enough withoutshowing the cleavage. Monday nights could be a big viewers night if youmake some changes. And please take those sunglasses from DavidCaruso!!Karen Andre'Prairieville, La
elvenchick953986 21 April 2013
Recently I have gradually found myself disliking many British shows andso I stopped watching them; my mum started watching CSI Miami andreluctantly I sat and watched it with her. The result? I now watch theshow every week without fail. David Caruso as Horatio 'H' Caineportrays his character with excellent autuership. 'H's character is abreath of fresh air from the usual uptight coppers we see a lot inpolice dramas these days, as he sympathizes with characters who heempathizes with.A great watch.
rcharding 21 April 2013
Just like the other new Miami show, Good Morning Miami, CSI: Miami hasbeenwritten by writers who either have never either been to Miami or do notcareto portray the city accurately (I lived in Miami for 5 years and consideritmy second home; I go back every year).It pains me to think that so many writers in Hollywood have such tunnelvision. There is more than LA and NYC in the world, and I for one, am fedupwith the vast majority of shows being set in those two locales (as aprevious poster noted, CSI: Miami's landscapes are not from Miami). Thisshow, much like GMM, is painfully "gringo" in its representation ofMiami.Suggestion for the future: Do it right or don't do it atall.
doomsyer 20 April 2013
This show is a sorry excuse for a spin-off. It has no identity of its own.The writers try to force the hippness of the original into a cast that isjust not hip.... It's like bad lip sincing or Karaoke.The worst has to be David Caruso. He is a joke as an actor. He always triesto come across as some bad ass or superior, but you look at him and justhave to laugh. His dialogue and delivery are cardboard. His departure wasthe best thing that ever happened to NYPD Blue, and would greatly help CSIMiami..I watched this show twice, and laughed almost all the way through bothtimes. I do not think I can stomach another viewing. If they wanted to putmore CSI on TV, they should just show repeats of the original onMondays.
20 April 2013
I rarely watch this show. I find the show way too predictable andformulaic. I did like the bikini's, boats and the geographicphotography (beach, skyline, etc.) though.The over-saturated colors are not agreeable to me, but tolerable.I recently had the displeasure to watch a recent episode ( 11/14/10).I have to say, the cinematography and Cinematic techniques employedwere particularly unpleasant and eventually unwatchable for me. The director/cameraman/editor decided to keep the camera continually inmotion, often in a random, jerky fashion. Also, the camera sceneschanged at an unacceptably quick fashion ( ~ 1/ sec. ?). Thesetechniques gave me a headache and I had to change the channel.Perhaps a teenager or someone else with ADHD would not be annoyed bysuch camera/editing styles.( age 59 )
Diogenes81 19 April 2013
The original CSI, at the beginning, was fun (before we got love storiesshoved down the throats of the viewers or victims dressed in raccooncostumes). Preposterous, maybe, but entertaining, and based on anoriginal idea; a "different" cop show.CSI Miami, on the other hand, has all the flaws of the original CSI -like a penchant for overly implausible situations - without thestrengths - like interesting and likable characters and gripping storylines.Emily Procter, Adam Rodriguez and the other secondary character areuninteresting; the best was by far Rory Cochrane as the moody Speedle,who of course was the first one to go (after Kim Delaney, whosecharacter, thankfully, was quickly written off).However, the core of the show is David Caruso, who gives an unspeakablyterrible turn as the smug Horatio Caine; Horatio chews the sceneryshamelessly, acts like a demigod, and is in general so obnoxious,overblown and outrageously excessive that the viewer doesn't knowwhether to incredulously shake his head or to laugh at the sheerabsurdity of this performance.In fact, there is a ludicrous amount of scenes in which we have amajestic shot of Horatio silhouetted against the dawn (or the dusk),self-satisfaction oozing from every molecule of his body, as he putshis sunglasses on (or takes them off) in slow-mo, with a triumphantbackground music; all he is missing are a cape billowing in the windand the Duffman's "Oooh Yeah!" theme from the Simpsons. It's so cheesythat, if the show had not been trying so hard to be self-important, itcould actually have passed for a form of self-parody.If you want to give a try to the "CSI" series, go for the first seasonsof the original, Las Vegas.4/10