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Reno 911!: Miami Synopsis
The popular Comedy Central series is turned into a movie. Reno's finest go to Miami for a police convention, only to find themselves thrust into the role of Miami's first line of defense against crime.
The popular Comedy Central 'COPS' parody series 'Reno 911!' becomes a movie; who saw that coming? After all, the idea of an inept police force has already been done recently on film by Broken Lizard's Super Troopers. Here's the thing though: 'Reno 911!' does it better. Broken Lizard had five minutes of funny in their film, the men and women of Reno's police force have delivered four seasons.
For the film, the entire Comedy Central cast steps right in, supplemented only by the genius of The 40 Year-Old Virgin and Anchorman's Paul Rudd. Along with the cast comes the show's creator Ben Garant. He's co-writing and makes his directorial debut on Reno 911!: Miami. Someone must like what they've seen of his work on it so far, because Reno was enough to earn him a second directing gig helming the high-profile ping-pong comedy Balls of Fury.
The movie's rated R for sexual content, nudity, crude humor, language, and drug use. You'd better believe they'll make the most of it. The Comedy Central show has always veered pretty close to the acceptable basic cable content line, and now without those admittedly rather weak constraints they're free to engage in all the edgy comedy they've only been able to skip around before. Good for them, and good for us.