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Miami Vice (27-Jul-2006)

Director: Michael Mann

Writer: Michael Mann

Keywords: Action/Adventure, Undercover Cops

Film adaptation of the television series of the same name follows the personal and professional endeavors of a pair of Miami vice detectives.

ABSTRACT
Adapted from the hit 1980s television series of the same name, Miami Vice follows Ricardo Tubbs and Sonny Crockett, two vice detectives charged with investigating criminal dealings pertaining to the glamor, glitz, and sex of Florida's biggest metropolis. Tapped to examine drug lord Arcangel de Jesus Montoya in an attempt to connect him to a series of local murders, our pair set out on a journey to Haiti and Cuba, dealing with interpersonal and professional drama in a "dead zone" for American law enforcement as they work to get their man.

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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Isaach De Bankolé
Actor
12-Aug-1957   Casino Royale
Colin Farrell
Actor
31-May-1976   Bullseye in Daredevil
Jamie Foxx
Comic
13-Dec-1967   Ray
Naomie Harris
Actor
6-Sep-1976   Pirates of the Caribbean
John Hawkes
Actor
11-Sep-1959   Bugsy in The Perfect Storm
Barry Shabaka Henley
Actor
15-Sep-1954   Collateral
Ciarán Hinds
Actor
9-Feb-1953   Munich
Gong Li
Actor
31-Dec-1965   2046
Domenick Lombardozzi
Actor
25-Mar-1976   Herc on The Wire
Eddie Marsan
Actor
23-Jun-1968   Lestrade in the 2009 Sherlock Holmes
Justin Theroux
Actor
10-Aug-1971   Mulholland Dr.

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