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Jesse Stone - Night Passage
     

Jesse Stone - Night Passage

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Director: Robert Harmon,

Cast: Robert Harmon, Tom Selleck, Stephanie March, Stephen Baldwin

 
A former Los Angeles cop is relegated to watching over the tiny town of Paradise, Massachusetts, in this prequel to the highly rated made-for-television movie Stone Cold (2005). Adapted from the writings of author Robert B. Parker, Jesse Stone: Night Passage explores disgraced transplant cop Jesse Stone's (Tom Selleck) attempt to adjust to life in New

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Jesse Stone - Night Passage 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
dbentley3 More than 1 year ago
If you're interested in the Jesse Stone video "series", this DVD is the 1st. 2nd="Stone Cold", 3rd="Death in Paradise", 4th="Sea Change" and 5th="Thin Ice". Start here....they really should be viewed in sequence. The series is outstanding -- even if you've never read a Robert B. Parker novel. The movies are a supreme example of Parker's sparse and engaging dialog. Selleck does an astounding job in the role and pulls off the character superbly. Top it with a score that is evocative and an instant signature to the series (it sticks with you) and you find yourself immersed in the small town of Paradise and empathizing with Jesse Stone's struggles.
UpAllNight More than 1 year ago
Tom Selleck is that kind of artist who will make a character his own in such a way that would instantly render any other actor playing the same role as somehow false. I wondered while watching this first in the series of TV movies based on Robert B. Parker's Jesse Stone books if Mr. Parker had Selleck in mind while writing the character. I can't imagine anyone else as Stone, the disgraced alcoholic (and yet somehow still puppy-dog adorable) ex-LAPD homicide cop who comes to Paradise, MA to take the position of Chief of Police - a position he himself acknowledges is his last and only chance to stay a cop. Selleck's Stone is instantly likable... and you immediately wish the Chief of Police in your town would take such an interest in his citizens!
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