Law & Order: Criminal Intent

Law & Order: Criminal Intent

  • Director: Steve Shill, Tom DiCillo, Don Scardino
  • Countries of origin: United States
  • Language: English
  • Release date: September 30, 2001
  • Sound mix: Dolby Digital
  • Also known as: Law & Order: CI
  • "Law & Order: Criminal Intent - The Complete First Season" began airing in 2001 as one of three sister shows to the longest-running crime drama "Law & Order" in American television history, which premiered in 1990. The other two are Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, which aired in 1999, and Law and Order: Trial By Jury in 2005. Thanks to the excellent realist creative team, the most powerful point of "Law and Order" is "as close to reality as possible". Although the fast-paced TV series cannot fully restore the difficult judicial process, the show still strives to be true to the details. On the contrary, scenes such as explosions, flying cars, chases, fights, and gunfights rarely occur. The two police officers who appear as the protagonists have not fired a single shot in the entire 22 episodes. The investigation relies on two legs and one mouth. I'm sure anyone who knows anything about the judiciary will agree that this is how the legal system really works. 

    Details

    • Release date September 30, 2001
    • Filming locations New York City, New York, USA
    • Production companies Wolf Films, Studios USA Television, Universal Network Television

    Movie reviews

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    • By Glenna 2022-03-19 08:01:02

      S03E01 Evaluation

      He used one word to describe Americans every time he went to the United States to study: self-righteous
      This first episode made me stunned, and at the same time
      , he also admitted that his statement was completely correct

      . The bloody plot seems to be enough to prove that the screenwriter is clever
      . So, the two detectives smiled proudly, "Look, we made him tell the truth without any difficulty."
      So the American audience in front of the TV laughed, "Look, Our...

    • By Amiya 2022-03-19 08:01:02

      See you again on the GOREN show

      I'm so glad that Eden has finally started making up the second season of "LAW & ORDER:CI" (Law & Order. Criminal Tendency). I have searched the first, third, and fifth seasons, and I have been following the sixth season. The second and fourth seasons are missing. Now the CI subtitle team has finally started to make up, and I can see Chubby again (Vincent) The cat played with the mouse like he was playing with the suspect, haha.

      Between SVU (special victim) and CI, I've always...

    • By Reagan 2022-03-19 08:01:02

      Why not divide it into seasons. . watch notes

      I love fat. . At present, S05 is only worse than the chubby and classic crooked neck in

      ep20 s01 .

      . .

      One episode of 1 s05 was a collaboration between two groups. .
      2 Why did the captain wear an eye mask at the end of s05?
      3 captains are gone. . .

      Aow, I don't like Mr.Big very much...he doesn't have the feeling of being fat. .


      The first two episodes of S06 are so good! !
      I still like the old Captain...

      ep01 Eames...

    • By Evie 2022-03-19 08:01:02

      law and order

      This is one of my favorites! Recently I was watching "Law & Order: Criminal Inclinations" (one of the spin-off dramas of Law & Order), which is the same as "CSI" (Crime Scene Investigation), which I was extremely obsessed with before. It is the king of American dramas in American history. The legal series classic, the latter is the crime series classic, both are my favorites! This episode met the perfect crime! Even Chubby kept praising him for being a perfect crime in the play. There was no...

    • By Martina 2022-03-19 08:01:02

      Lonely, sensitive, wise, and a little sense of justice, so people will love this drama

      In Wallace's "debut" scene, the devil asked: What made Ahab obsessed in Moby Dick? Goren answers The dogged, unrelenting pursuit of evil in the back row. That scene is classic. It will almost certainly be included in a paper like The Role of British Accents in American Film and Television.

      This detective, who has a strong obsession with psychology, has a thick copy of "Sociologies of Deviant Behaviors" on the table, which is the episode in which Mr. Big cameo, which he saw sitting on...

    User comments

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    • By Orpha 2022-03-26 09:01:14

      After ten years of company, Chubby and sister eams have a good...

    • By Kraig 2022-03-26 09:01:14

      Not as good as the drama. ....

    • By Frederik 2022-03-26 09:01:14

      Now that I watch this drama again, I realize that many familiar actors have come to make a cameo...

    • By Alexanne 2022-03-26 09:01:14

      Watching CI is watching the GOREN...

    • By Sheridan 2022-03-26 09:01:14

      Saw Chubby is back on netflix. . . Happy to cry. . . No one is as good as him! ! ! If there is no fat cm, it is not...

    Movie plot

    Law & Order: Criminal Intent- The Complete First Season, which began airing in 2001, is one of three sister shows to the longest-running crime drama Law & Order, which premiered in 1990. The other two are Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, which aired in 1999, and Law and Order: Trial By Jury in 2005. Many people in the judiciary and the police praised the show. People who liked it said "this is the reality", and people who didn't like...
    more about Law & Order: Criminal Intent Movie plot

    Movie quotes

    • Detective Robert Goren: One thing this line of work teaches us is that guys will do anything for love.

    • Detective Alexandra Eames: When tourists take a bite of the Big Apple, the apple isn't supposed to bite back.

    • Mr. Smythe: Four counts of manslaughter. That's what I get for overestimating the intelligence of a grand jury.

      Detective Alexandra Eames: Just be grateful the D.A. let you off with a plea bargain.

      Mr. Smythe: I don't consider shutting down my website a bargain. All right, Joanie and Chachi, right? This is the last chat I have for them.

      Detective Alexandra Eames: Thank you, you can go do your little dance in Hell now.