The story has been stepped up for the big screen. Travis Junior was only having a dream. As the movie continues, the police officers notice that their commander is missing. The officers had just driven 35 hours to get there, and they won't be able to get their hotel keys or tickets for the convention center. In this particular genre of comedy, I rate it four stars with five stars being Scary Movie 3 and one star being such atrocities as Date Movie which I tried to watch twice and could not bring myself to finish. And if there's one task Lt Dangle and his deputies are up to, it's creating chaos wherever they go.
They get Miami Sheriff uniforms and are drafted to enforce the law. The officers come to the scene with guns and ammo as well as tactical suites. All the show's signature sight gags are present and accounted for, just in a different setting. Their reservations get messed up and they can't get into the convention center on day one. All the usual interpersonal relationships are on display, but I had hoped they might be explored a bit more in the movie.
You either like that or you don't. The convention center gets bio-attacked, and the officers are expected to save the day. It's a series of sketches, just like the show, with an over-arching theme to tie it all together. The officers have a miscommunication when they don't interpret the code the right way. Once I couldn't get it to play, I came back here and read the fine print. . Three stars because it's okay.
It has a few cameos from bigger name stars, but most of them aren't that interesting. The good guys don't always come out smelling like a rose; and the bad guys don't always get their comeuppance - and that alone is a turn-off to devotees of conventional comedy: they don't get the point of a show that touches the funny-bone but not the sensibility. Actors Kerri Kenney-Silver as the unstable Deputy Trudy Wiegel and Robert Ben Garant as the loose-cannon Deputy Travis Junior affectionately delve into the wildly stereotypical characters they portray, while also adding doses of humility that invoke a natural desire to root for them. Lieutenant Jim Dangle Thomas Lennon must keep together his motley and inept crew in order to save everyone from the disaster, and keep peace on the streets of the popular Florida city. With every cop in Miami out sick, it is up to the intrepid Nevada cops to serve and protect the unfortunate populace. Dangle and himself end up crashing into the construction site. It isn't what actually happens that creates the comedy, it's how they handle what they encounter.
Who has heard of this before when buying movies on disc? No, at no point was I in tears laughing like I have for several episodes of Reno: 911, but I was thoroughly entertained throughout the entire movie. Expect nudity and foul language. The police officers in Reno decide they want to go to the National Police Convention in Miami Beach. So when they actually save the day - by sheer chance, of course - they become what you might call Poster Children for Chaos Theory. I ended up turning the movie off before it finished due to boredom.
Fun in the sun turns to serious business when terrorists launch a bioattack in the area. After seeing Deputy Raineesha Williams in a thong bathing suit I needed a Pepto-Bismol. He ends up bursting on to the scene in his traditional hot pants, but he crashes into a police car. Bumbling officers Thomas Lennon, Ben Garant, Kerri Kenney of the Reno Nevada Police Department finally get an opportunity to attend a law-enforcement convention in Florida. The funniest scene for me featured 'The Rock'. The police department comes to the scene by helicopter. They think it was an armed person on the roof but really it was chicken in the road.
The Reno Sheriff's Department goes to a national police convention in Miami Beach. These are not characters who grow, or learn from their experiences. The cast does an excellent job, but you probably need to be a fan of mock reality shows to appreciate this. The Reno Sheriff Department gets stuck with the task of policing the entire city of Miami, without any help or any backup: there cannot be a greater recipe for total chaos. The officers end up recovering from their hangovers. Fun in the sun turns to serious business when terrorists launch a bioattack in the area. When the officers get to the American Police Convention, they realize their department is not on the list.
And that, of course, is precisely what the show - and this movie - are about. But the crew decides to make the most of their multi-hour bus trip to Florida, until an emergency call to duty cuts their impromptu vacation short: they are expected to keep the peace in Miami while the rest of the nation's police forces are quarantined due to a biochemical warfare attack on the convention center. Paul Rudd makes an appearance in it, so it seemed hopeful but even he couldn't save it. I'll probably give it to someone else; I don't really recommend buying it. It has a few laugh out loud scenes mixed in with a lot of grins. Clementine Johnson comes to the hostage scene in a trench coat and skimpy lingerie. Jim Dangle Thomas Lennon --hit an administrative snag, and aren't allowed into the convention.
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