Join lead criminalist Horatio Caine (David Caruso) and his state-of-the-art forensics team as they investigate hot and steamy Miami crimes using cold hard facts. The CSI: Miami Season 4 Complete DVD Collection features 25 ... more »episodes of riveting and shocking mysteries. The evidence leads into seedy nightclubs, privileged suburbs and explosive family secrets. The stakes are higher than ever before, because this time it's personal.« less
Set in Miami the backgrounds are something to see. The stories are good and I enjoyed the all the episodes. A must for any CSI fan.
Hazel S. from CARRIERE, MS Reviewed on 10/26/2010...
CSI Miami and it keeps getting better and better!
A Break-Through Year
David Solomon | East Brunswick, NJ USA | 09/18/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"For the first 3 seasons, CSI: Miami was hindered by occasional clunky and uninteresting crimes and lack of character development.
But in Season 4, this show really takes off by adding subplots that set it apart from the other CSI shows and make the characters more interesting.
You now know Eric Delko has a sister who has cancer that he's helping get pot for. You see Ryan Wolfe's love and dedication to his job through the storyline involving a threat to his eyesight. Even coroner Alexx Woods has a meaty episode in which she's given an opportunity to work with another team.
These storylines are merely a backdrop to the thrilling cliff-hangers the writers/producers cooked up for this year: the identity of the mole in the lab and the continuing war against the Mala Noches.
All of these arcs are so well-handled that you'll be on the edge of your seat until the final episode of this season.
CAINE IS STILL ABLE
Michael Butts | Martinsburg, WV USA | 11/06/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This fourth season of the flashiest of the CSI franchises is packed with a lot of personal dilemmas squeezed in with the usual vicious crimes. David Caruso's cool Horatio has to deal with the return of serial killer Walter Resden; a romance with Eric's cancer-stricken sister; and the possible closedown of his lab. Emily Procter's lovely Caleigh finds herself discovering a few things about her Federal agent boyfriend and dealing with an incompetent replacement (Joshua Leonard) in the firearms division; Adam Rodriguez's Eric is ridden with financial problems, his ill sister and possible drug charges; Khandi Alexander's stoic coroner Alexx finds herself in the middle of the murder of a known pedophile, and possibly losing her job because she's doctored Ryan on the sly; and Jonathan Togo's Ryan finds himself injured in a confrontation with a killer and possibly losing his eyesight. Whew! It's all done in typical CSI fashion and I am a big fan of these shows, so I loved it. The crimes are all fascinating and the technical aspects right up there. If you like CSI MIAMI, you'll love this great season."
Going downhill fast
Charles H. Levenson | new jersey | 08/21/2007
(3 out of 5 stars)
"C.S.I.Miami USED to be one of my favorite shows...But this particular season the writers chose to concentrate on the private lives of the various charecters rather than on the crimes,and ended up with a soap opera with corpses...The balderdash plotlines alledgedly portraying the private lives of Caine,Delko,Wolfe,ect are ridiculous,to say the very least..For example,the romance between Delko's sister and Caine;She is supposed to have cancer and be undergoing chemotherapy,but she looks like she just walked off the cover of a fashion magazine...No hair loss,no pallor,no sign whatsoever that ,as Delko himself mentions in one of the episodes,"the doctors say she has only a few months left"..and ,of course,SHE is somehow involved in several of the crimes,either as a witness,a victim,or a corpse(she marries Caine and gets shot to death all in the same afternoon)..About as realistic as santa claus...Then there is the episode where Mr.Wolfe gets shot in the eye with a nail gun..if it was you,or me,we would wind up blind,at the very least,but this guy not only makes what is more or less an astonishing recovery,but does not even sport a visible scar...Talk about UNREALISTIC...The plotlines involving the crimes have gone from realistic to very very very unrealistic,and the fact that,apparently,most of them get solved before lunch deepens the unrealism... This show has become a comic book,and a bad one at that."
Lisa Jankovic - The Best Show of Television
Lisa Resuggan | 02/13/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"CSI: Miami is one of the best shows on television today. Season four is by far the best season so far. Horatio, Calleigh, Eric and Ryan take us through another exciting journey in the life of Miami CSI.
I have been HUGE fan of David Caruso's for years and was thrilled when I heard he was going to be the lead actor in a CSI spin-off. Emily Procter was fantastic in the West Wing and I recember her from an early episode of Friends.
I would recommend this DVD set for anyone who loves great television.