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Jesse Stone: Night Passage Widescreen
Jesse Stone Night Passage Widescreen

     
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Format: DVD - Widescreen
Screens: Widescreen
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaDVD Credits: 1
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 3

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Movie Reviews

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james_98188 | Seattle, WA USA | 09/20/2007
(4 out of 5 stars)

"I've read all of Robert B. Parker's Spenser books, and then my ladyfriend picked me up one of his Sunny Randall books - mistakenly thinking that's what I liked. I'd actually been getting a little tired of the Spenser books as I think the basic concept's getting a little dated - really, who would actually answer to the name "Hawk?" I didn't much care for Sunny Randall either - but Jesse Stone made an appearance in the book. Here, I thought, was a character with some depth. Moving through his life trying to adhere to a set of principles values while, at the same time, also struggling with his inner demons - now that's a flawed hero I can identify with. I found "Death in Paradise" at my local Blockbuster, loved it, and have since bought it, this one, and "Stone Cold" - and loved them all. I think Tom Selleck did a much better job in these movies than he ever did in his 'Magnum PI' series. I'm also anxiously awaiting the DVD release of "Sea Chase," having missed it's television airing. The only reason I rated this, and the other two movies four stars instead of five was because of some continuity flaws from movie to movie."