Miami Vice (2006)

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Based on the 1980s TV action/drama, this update focuses on vice detectives Crockett and Tubbs as their respective personal and professional lives become dangerously intertwined.

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Trivia

Just before the climactic shoot-out, "In the Air Tonight" by Nonpoint can be heard. The original Phil Collins version was featured prominently in the TV series (Unrated Director's Cut only).


Quotes

Det. Ricardo Tubbs: Let's take it to the limit one more time.


Goofs

The black Dodge Charger has a SRT badge on the front grill meaning it has a 6.1L V8 engine. On the side quarter panels it say 3.5, which means the car would have a V6. Also the head restraints in the SRT model are stitched and read "SRT 8". This "SRT" doesn't have this on the seats, nor does it have SRT spoiler on the trunk.


Crazy Credits

Although there were no opening credits in the theatrical release, the Unrated Director's Cut contains credits over a new sequence that opens the film. Once the credits are done, the film begins in the nightclub scene that opened the theatrical version.


Alternate Versions

The unrated director's cut adds 7 minutes of unseen footage:

  • A 3 minute long boat race with opening credits
  • After the boat race there is a 1 minute scene where Crockett and Tubbs watch Detective Switek negotiate a deal with Neptune.
  • A line of dialogue from Alonzo (when hes driving) where he says "pick up some sh*t" has been removed
  • A line of dialogue where Crockett says "those are some skill sets" when looking at the satellite images of the speed boats has been removed
  • A brief, 30 second, scene where Nicholas calls Yero to set up the deal with Crockett and Tubbs
  • A scene from the theatrical cut when Crockett and Tubbs walk around an outside balcony at their hotel and walk in on Isabella and her men has been deleted. In the unrated cut, they go into their hotel room, they get a phone call, and they go to meet Montoya.
  • 4 minutes of new footage over two scenes: After meeting Montoya, Tubbs calls Trudy to ask if everything is alright. She thanks him for some flowers that were sent to her. Tubbs tells her he didn't send them. After this phone call Tubbs and Trudy are in a diner talking about the flowers and how its part of being undercover.
  • A new shot in the airplane sequence where Tubbs identifies himself as flight zero-zero-zero and Zito in the other plane acknowledges him.
  • A 1 minute scene of Crockett and Isabella on a balcony when they are in Cuba. Isabella tells Crockett that she grew up in this house and how her mother was a surgeon.
  • The song "In the air tonight" performed by Nonpoint now plays leading up to the final shootout
  • When Isabella is coming over for the exchange before the shootout, someone saying "where you going bitch?" has been removed
  • A 1 minute scene after Crockett and Isabella leave the shootout, she hits and punches Crockett while he's driving. The car skids out and he ties her hands up.
  • A brief shot at the safe house when Crockett cut Isabella's hands free
  • The end credits have been shortened (because of the new opening credits) and Nonpoint's "In the air tonight" no longer plays. Now the credits play "One of these mornings" performed by Moby. (The Moby song is the second song during the theatrical credits)


Soundtracks

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Written by
Tobias Wilner, Bo Rande, Kristine Stubbe Teglbjaerg, Martin Gell
Performed by Blue Foundation
Courtesy of Virgin Records
Under license from EMI Film & Television Music

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Genres

Action | Crime | Thriller

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