Special features include three commentaries: Director/Writer Robert Ben Garant and Writers Thomas Lennon and Kerri Kenney-Silver; Lt. Dangle, Deputy Junior, Deputy Wiegel, and Deputy Williams; and Deputy Garcia, Deputy Johnson, Deputy Jones, and Deputy Kimball; six extended scenes with optional filmmaker commentary; the theatrical trailer; a PSA; and a Fox Movie Channel World Premiere. Plus two trailers and an up-front preview.
Form-fitted Lieutenant Dangle (Lennon), and with his inept crew of deputies, venture to Miami for a national police convention...where they are clearly outgunned. But when a terrorist attack threatens the convention center and all of the tanned people of Miami, these lovable Reno rejects spring into action to...hopefully...save the day. Reno 911!: Miami is based on Comedy Central
Milky black levels and soft details hurt the anamorphically enhanced 1.85:1 picture. The image actually looks more like a documentary than a feature film, probably done purposely by the filmmakers. Colors generally look natural and fleshtones look accurate. Edge enhancement is noticeable. (Danny Richelieu)
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