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Michael Mann's Miami Vice (2006) - Dance Scene
Can Sonny Crockett and Ricardo Tubbs, viceroys of sex, drug-busting and rock-and-roll, the hottest cool guys on the planet during the neon '80s, rule mojo-and-mojitos Miami in the luminaria-lit new century? The answer gets lost in the sauce of the big-screen version written and directed by Michael Mann, executive producer of the TV classic. Miami Vice, the movie, is an atmospheric muddle, as gorgeous and unintelligible as raven-haired stunner Gong Li. The legendary Chinese actress is Isabella, the brains and beauty of a drug cartel infiltrated by Our Heroes.
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Written and directed by Michael Mann R: Language, violence, sexual content. Area theaters. The movie doesn't spend much time in Miami, but it begins and ends there, with more than two hours of often-muddled story, some pleasantly diverting sex and enough blood-splattered walls to earn a line of dialogue referencing Jackson Pollock. Mann his films include "Collateral" and "Heat" is a terrific designer of malign atmosphere, and though the digital cinematography occasionally breaks up in grainy nighttime shots, "Miami Vice" reeks of danger. But he has also gone out of his way to remove most reminders of the TV show. There are no pastel suits, no sockless loafers, no pop vibe and very few moments of comic relief between the stars. Sonny Crockett Colin Farrell, in for Don Johnson and Rico Tubbs Jamie Foxx, in for Philip Michael Thomas are all business here, dour and determined in their undercover assignment to infiltrate a global drug-smuggling operation. Mann's script is a convoluted affair involving assorted federal agencies; the Miami-Dade Police; white supremacists; Colombian, Russian and Cuban drug-runners; kidnapping; betrayal; murder, and superfast boats.
Everything on Michael Mann's film and television resume predicts the exact Miami Vice that he made, which isn't to say that it's his masterpiece. Heat is the better film, but Miami Vice is the messy towel-wringing of all of Mann's thematic, moralistic, and, most importantly, stylistic pet obsessions up to this point. It's such a declaratory explosion that it would seem necessary for the director to take another Last of the Mohicans or Insider -style detour next, as he may have milked moody cop bombast dry, albeit gloriously.