Reno 911! Miami
Reno 911! Miami ★★ 2007 (R)
If you're a fan of the Comedy Central TV show, you'll enjoy this expanded version in all its raunchy, silly glory. The Reno sheriffs go to a police convention in Miami and are left to patrol the city's streets (with their usual complete incompetence) when all the other cops are quarantined at the hotel. Improv is hit-or-miss and involves alligators, topless beaches, crazy mobsters, sexual frustration—and Lt. Dangle (Lennon) in his short-shorts. 84m/C DVD . US Thomas Lennon, Robert Ben Garant, Niecy Nash, Nick Swardson, Kerri Kenney-Silver, Carlos Alazraqui, Mary Birdsong, Wendi McLendon-Covery, Cedric Yarbrough, Paul Rudd; Cameos: Danny DeVito, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson; D: Robert Ben Garant; W: Thomas Lennon, Robert Ben Garant, Kerri Kenney-Silver; C: Joe Kessler; M: Craig (Shudder to Think) Wedren.
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