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Cocaine Cowboys

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Miami in the early '80s witnessed the invade of Colombian cocaine lords. In this documentary, director Billy Corben gives us a thorough view on how cocaine take the city by storm and how the Miami drug war happen.
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Film4
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November 23, 2007

At nearly two hours, Cocaine Cowboys (appropriately) doesn't know when to stop talking, but as a chronicle of a demented epoch, it's both entertaining and just about definitive.
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Washington City Paper

March 06, 2008

With a nearly two-hour running time that includes its share of blowhards, repetition, and cheesy attempts to heighten drama, Cocaine Cowboys brings to mind an unfortunate comparison: Miami Vice. The movie.
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San Francisco Chronicle
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November 10, 2006

This is an ugly film, but with an undeniable allure.
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Total Film
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November 23, 2007

Without narration, the doc has scant moral compass, its very title celebrating the machine gun-wielding mercenaries involved.
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Houston Chronicle
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November 10, 2006

Forget Scarface and Miami Vice. Cocaine Cowboys is the real deal -- a down-and-dirty look at the high living and illegal drugs that dominated south Florida in the 1980s.
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ColeSmithey.com
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April 24, 2009

Documentarian Billy Corben's revealing film exposes the methods and players in South Florida's drug trade that literally built the city of Miami that we know today with billions of dollars in blood cash.
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Time Out
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November 22, 2007

It's the sort of glamour-meets-violence drugs-crime story on which lads' mags thrive: unqualified, over-reverent and hysterical.
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London Evening Standard

November 23, 2007

Grisly crime scene snaps accompany the story, which makes Miami Vice look like a tea party and Florida like hell on earth.
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Chicago Sun-Times
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November 10, 2006

This documentary on Miami's lethal '80s cocaine scene is cut fast.
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Times (UK)
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November 23, 2007

The haystacks of cash and coke are laughably insane - as is the head-count: thousands of people were gunned to death. This is the only state in the world where Scarface might raise a smile.
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Detroit Free Press

December 01, 2006

The Jan Hammer music on the soundtrack works overtime to assure us that Cocaine Cowboys is the real, nastier version of Miami Vice
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Washington Post
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November 09, 2006

At half the length it would have been twice as good, but nevertheless it stokes a nostalgia some may have for a magic period in Miami history when it was ever so briefly the American Casablanca.
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