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C.S.I. Miami – The Complete Second Season

July 14, 2010 by · 5 Comments 

Led by former homicide detective Horatio Caine (Caruso), CSI: MIAMI follows a Miami forensics unit as they work crimes amid the steamy, tropical surroundings and cultural crossroads of Miami. Caine leads an elite team that includes Calleigh Duquesne (Procter), a bilingual Southern beauty with a specialty in ballistics; Tim Speedle (Cochrane), a cocky yet disarming investigator who is well-connected on the street; Eric Delko (Rodriguez), an underwater recovery expert who knows all the twists and turns of the Florida waterways; and Alexx Woods (Alexander), the no-nonsense, know-it-all coroner…. More >>

C.S.I. Miami – The Complete Second Season


5 Responses to “C.S.I. Miami – The Complete Second Season”
  1. perfecto says:

    Honestly, nothing about this show grabs me. I’m surprised this show gets such high Nielsen ratings every week. The writers tend to come up with similar stories all the time. But the biggest flaw is the acting. It is really laughable. Me and my friends watch this sometimes to laugh at how ridiculous everyone seems to be. Horatio Caine talks in a slow drawl all the time, saying the stupidest and most obvious things. Calleigh is always smiling at everyone and everything up to the point it gets irritating. None of the C.S.I team displays any emotion whatsoever, oh…except Horatio when he over does it.

    The stories are also terribly boring and utterly predictable. If there’s a V.I.P suspect with a “history” with Horatio, yup…you guessed it, he’s involved (either directly or indirectly). And also, if the suspect appears in about 10 minutes into the show…yea, it’s not him. And Calleigh gets “evidence” such as DNA from saliva etc almost every episode using her sexuality. I mean, once or twice is alright…but I’ve seen about 8-10 episodes and she does it all the time. Every criminal here is an idiot, they are sure to leave all kinds of huge “clues” leading to them or their alliances. And every crime gets solved all the time. Oh, and is it just me or does the C.S.I team seem to know everything under the sun at their fingertips, no need for books or researching, they already have it that big brain of theirs. Think that’s unlikely? Exactly my point.

    In short, I wouldn’t move appointments or hurry home to watch this show. In fact, even if someone gives me this DVD set as a gift, I would probably keep it aside or maybe present it to someoene else. Watch this show if you’re REALLY bored, with nothing else to do and no better use of your time. If you want real Crime Scene Investigation, watch the original C.S.I, Las Vegas. That’s the best C.S.I….period.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  2. There could never be an equal show to CSI in Las Vegas. The acting is good (if not a bit corny on David Caruso’s part), and the storylines are also quite good, but the trouble with sequels is that there is something that can never be replicated. This is one of those incidents. Also, one thing I don’t like about this series, is that there is so much orange. The sky and scenes all have orange tinges to them. It’s not entirely distracting, but it’s somewhat irritating. Overall I gave it 4 stars for effort, but it lost a star due to it’s failure to reach the same heights as CSI the original.
    Rating: 4 / 5

  3. C. Shaham says:

    The original CSI series is FANTASTIC because you figure out the crimes by finding the evidence. This series uses the CSI name without the investigating that makes the original so good. It is mainly a mellow-drama surrounding the lives of the characters. Some people will like the drama the writers have put togethor, but there’s no mystery.
    Rating: 2 / 5

  4. I have to tell i wasnt a big David Caruso fan not until i saw him in King of New York then i saw he was in C.S.I.Miami and i was hooked his protrayal of Horiato Caine the leader of the team is so powerful not only does he has to protect his team he has to battle personal demons of dead brother ray on who he died undercover but rumblings of his career in NYC but i cant wait for season five to out on dvd but if u are a die hard csi miami fan u gotta watch the conclusion of this past mondays epidsode its going to everything about the team and who will be the new team member
    Rating: 4 / 5

  5. I just love David Caruso’s performance, every case leads you to a series of unexpected twists, it is addictive, hope I’ll enjoy more seasons. A must have, CSI:Miami will not let you down
    Rating: 5 / 5

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