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  • Actors: David Caruso, Emily Procter, Adam Rodriguez, Khandi Alexander, Rex Linn
  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English, French
  • Studio: eOne Films Distribution
  • Release Date: Aug. 9 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B004I1K3SQ
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Awesome action-packed entertainment....looking forward to Season 8! The plots become more intricate but always mesh together well and keep the viewer wanting to find out what happens next.
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Needed this to complete my collection.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa3253cd8) out of 5 stars Who is the intended audience? Jan. 10 2010
By Wunder One - Published on Amazon.com
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I used to enjoy this series, but, with Season 7, the flaws which were hidden away in the series have come perilously close to eclipsing the enjoyment factor. Primary wondering: Who is the intended audience? The series used to have some level of intelligence about it, but is steadily sliding into the vast void of clichés.

** All women must be of the cookie cutter variety. Stiletto heels? For crime scenes? Come on! It appears one plastic surgeon was contracted for the whole series. Make-up (and tons of it!) and hair styles the same. Beaches and pools filled with hordes of the same few bodies, done a hundred times over. Older lead guy can only be in relationships with pitiful, and/or neurotic, anorexic youngsters. This pretty much demeans everyone -- audience, actors, writers, producers.
** Appearance of Woodwork Family. Yawn. When shows are losing their edge, all of a sudden the previously non-existent family appears out of the woodwork. The characters are written in the absence of creativity, rather than as a part of creativity, and are pure filler material. About as interesting as packaging, except they stay around a lot, lot longer. Very long.
** Bad guys are pure evil. Granted, this particular problem runs throughout almost all TV series having to do with crime, so can't put this on this series alone. But it would be great to see some bad guys elevated to actually being interesting enough to do something beside be evil comic book villains. Saris, the Russian mobster du jour, etc., are so one-dimensional and boring, the best to hope for is they die (without coming back from the dead) and the show moves on.
** One story per episode. The series used carry its weight, by having the different CSIs working on different crimes, creating an energetic and interesting interweave of plots and characters. Now it is one story per episode ... or a story with an ongoing pure evil bad guy sprinkled on top.

~~ I like the Horatio Caine persona. Gutsy David Caruso creates a wonderfully individualized character. But Caine is so Caine I believe one would need to like the weird character, with his sideways crabwalk and strange speech cadence, to enjoy the show. Even Caine had not much to go on this season. Too much of the prefab family, too little substance.
~~ Emily Procter is terrific on a bad day. And she has no bad days. Procter's Calleigh Duquesne is an excellently drawn character, pulled off with a surprising range of thought and emotions, with just the right touch of sly humor.
~~ I enjoy the other regular characters just fine, particularly Detective Tripp (Rex Linn). But another reviewer said it for me: Bring back Dr. Alexx Woods (Khandi Alexander)!
33 of 44 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa3253f00) out of 5 stars CSI Miami: Season 7 July 25 2009
By thenamegame - Published on Amazon.com
Spoilers Ahead!!! What an interesting season! In the very first episode of the season, we find out who wants Horatio Caine (David Caruso) dead and in the final episode, Eric Delko (Adam Rodriguez) has disappeared with his devious father. Both Horatio's son Kyle (Evan Ellingson) and Eric get thrown into jail,a new coroner named Dr. Tara Price (Megalyn Echikunwoke) turns out to have an addiction to Oxycodone pain killer pills, Eric and Calleigh Duquesne have a blooming relationship with each other, Yelina Salas (Sofia Milos) returns undercover, Horatio's mortal enemy Ron Saris (Kim Coates) turns out to be married to Horatio's ex Julia Winston (Elizabeth Berkley), Natalia Boa Vista (Eva La Rue) was lucky enough this season to not have so much of the drama focused on her, and Ryan Wolfe (Jonathan Togo) was forced to betray his team within the entire season's swirl and hinting of the Russian Mob's constant tabs on the team's every move. The crimes have become more intriguing from a con man who tricked married women into sexual relations for their money, a man who cannot remember how he could have killed an entire family, and explore the world of extreme plastic surgery. Season Seven has proved itself to be one of the best seasons yet to watch and I would definitely recommend it over the tedious CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Season Nine. Don't miss a second of this hard-hitting drama with non-stop action in each episode. Episodes I recommend are: Episode 1 "Resurrection" in where Horatio has been supposedly shot, Episode 10 "The DeLuca Motel" where a shooter targets the place where Eric is staying at, Episode 20 "Wolfe In Sheep's Clothing" where Ryan is forced to betray the team by altering evidence in a case, Episode 24 "Dissolved" where Julia spins out of control and Dr. Price is fired, and Episode 25 "Seeing Red" where Eric finds out about his father's involvement in a current case and disappears to help him out.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa3253fe4) out of 5 stars CONTINUING THE CAINE SAGA Feb. 27 2015
By JEROME W, MARTIN - Published on Amazon.com
Those of you who have followed my reviews know that I have had some problems with the series, though the good stories and solid acting by
David Caruso has kept me enchanted with the seasons. This season really had some excellent episodes: tear jerkers, funny ones, rather sad
ones and so forth. And I still do not like the character of Delko, a sniveling, jealous man-child who was in my opinion a semi-stalker of Kelly. Well,
she apparently gave in to him after dating some rather good looking men. What a world. Still, he is a good investigator and the other people in
the CSI are likeable. Sadly, the forensic examiner/ coroner Alex had to leave for personal reasons, with the next one lasting only one episode
before getting shot in the head. Not good. Finally they got this good looking babe who seemed to fit in and was doing a good job but got into
a mess of trouble. Hopefully Alex with come back. There are some really powerful episodes which I think will appeal to the types like me who
like crime solving through scientific investigations. The CSI series (all of them) do this and with excellent cast members. There are some high
scale tense scenes in quite a number of episodes especially the last episode on disc 7. Yes, there are seven discs in this seventh season.
Caine is the same nasty, grouchy and yet very compassionate cop/investigator and added from earlier seasons is Ryan Wolfe, my favorite character along with Caine: I refer to this season as the Caine Saga because he is the main center of the stories and Caruso does a great job
along with Gibbs of NCIS and William Peterson (the original head of CSI LV, and of course Gary Sinise of CSI NY (where I live!); all the best
of television. And in season 8 (which I just started) a new young male investigator is added that probably contest with Delko for Kelly's charms.
Too bad....not really as far as I am concerned. Anyhow, FIVE STARS this time dispite Delko. To be fair, I found at least one character I did
not like in such of my favorite shows as BONES, CASTLE, THE MENTALIST, NCIS (all of them) and CSI (all of them) and still strongly
recommend them to everyone. There is strong violence, some gory scenes and rather strong language but then this is 2015. I got all my
DVDs from Amazon and at very good prices. I bought the entire CSI Miami 10 seasons at very good price. Enjoy!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa38e8174) out of 5 stars Episodes 701 through 725 Dec 6 2011
By Sammy Madison - Published on Amazon.com
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I was looking for a specific episode, and guessed (incorrectly) that this was the season that included that episode. So here is a list of the episodes included in this set:

701: Resurrection
702: Won't Get Fueled Again
703: And How Does That Make You Kill?
704: Raging Cannibal
705: Bombshell
706: Wrecking Crew
707: Cheating Death
708: Gone Baby Gone
709: Power Trip
710: The Deluca Motel
711: Tipping Point
712: Head Case
713: And They're Offed
714: Smoke Gets In Youre CSIs
715: Presumed Guilty
716: Sink or Swim
717: Divorce Party
718: Flight Risk
719: Target Specific
720: Wolfe in Sheep's Clothing
721: Chip/Tuck
722: Dead on Arrival
723: Collateral Damage
724: Dissolved
725: Seeing Red

I'm not terribly disappointed by my mistake in ordering the wrong season, because this is an entertaining series and the set seems to be of better quality than most of the tv series I have ordered on dvd. Some series don't come close-captioned, and when they don't, I am disappointed. This set is closed-captioned, for anyone else who finds this important.
HASH(0xa38e86f0) out of 5 stars Like Season 6, this one is even better...probably's "Miami's" best Feb. 8 2010
By Roman85 - Published on Amazon.com
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Very few shows in my opinion are good once they hit their sixth or seventh year, however, that is not the case here, like "Star Trek" Next Generation" this show only gets better as it goes on & this season like Season 6 are probably the best seasons of this show, "C.S.I.Miami" got off to a slow start when it began in 2002, but it has since gotten better, despite David Caruso's thinning hair line, the scenery gets better & better, this is without a doubt one of the most beautifully shot shows on T.V., & this Season 7 picks up exactly where Season 6 ended where Horatio appears to have been shot, we quickly learn that it was all staged in an attempt to get Sarius(Kim Koates), a despicable villian, to come out of hiding, this is a guy you just love to hate, & the plan works, Elizabeth Berkley returns as Horatio's ex, & currently Sarias' new love as she sets him up to be taken down by Horatio, with this subplot wrapped up, the show then takes on some new story arcs, the "Miami" team soon attract the attention of Russian mobsters who keep tabs on them, Andrew Divoff who has played some memorable villians over the years("Lost" "Another 48 Hours") does so again here as a Russian mobster, who irratates & mocks Horatio much like Sarias, as the team try to connect him to a series of unsolved crimes, a romance blossoms between Caleigh(Emily Proctor) who always to me seemed one-dimensional & Eric(Adam Rodriguez) where Eric learns his estranged father may be tied to these mobsters, won't give to much away, because this season is full of surprises, some may compare it to "Miami Vice" of the 80's because of Caruso's Horatio always being somewhat trigger happy unlike his counter-parts Grissom(Las Vegas) or Mac Taylor(C.S.I.NY), well, I don't know, Mac(Gary Sinise) seems to be a bit trigger happy too on (C.S.I."NY"), but then again I don't think this is a bad thing, people who complain about this obviously have a bone to pick with Caruso it seems, I can't believe people are still ticked at him over "NYPD Blue", like he was the first T.V. star to bail on a hit show, (please!!!), William Peterson just did the same thing on the original "C.S.I.", yes, Caruso might have been a bit arrogant back in the early 90's, but he hasn't done that here, we all make mistakes, anyway this Season is a must have for any "C.S.I. Miami" fan, it is my favorite season of "C.S.I. Miami".