classic mann movie with exclusive scenes, up there with Thief and Heat....top stuff 10/10. One for the heads...
I thoroughly enjoyed the film.... it was action packed and there was a good theme....i will watch this film again. and even again over time
lots of actin etc good evening in door watchin this, bought it because its was very cheap for its price. Alsooo very good packing and service to. This movie was perfect liked every bit couldnt hate any off it.
I was always a fan of the 1980's TV series so I suppose that this movie was on a hiding to nothing before I ever sat down to watch it. The narrative on the sleeve had me excited about viewing it, but I was really disappointed. I found it to be slow in too many places and boring at times, and the sound was quite poor in places. I also thought that Farrell got too much of the screen-time when Foxx is clearly a very imposing presence on screen and in my opinion, should have had a greater share of the spoils. Would I watch it again? ... no. Would I buy it again? ... no. Will I be selling it on ebay? ... yes!
Imagine if Michael Mann had directed Scarface... His new spin on Miami Vice isn’t quite that sinister, bloody or sweary, but it’s no pastelly pastiche of his ’80s TV show either. Rather, his reimagining comes stacked with flashy lightning, rumbling thunder and edgy foreboding; an altogether darker take on coke-chasing cops Crockett and Tubbs, as they hurl themselves into the deadly world of drug-running, where only shades of grey lurk between the law and the lawless. Much of the immediacy is down to Vice’s visual grit. Sunnier and brighter it may be, but stylistically, Mann has simply relocated Collateral’s noirish trawl through twilight LA to Haiti, Columbia, Havana and, naturally, Miami.