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      Jesse Stone: No Remorse

      TV-14 2010 1 hr. 30 min. Crime Drama List
      Reviews 58% 250+ Ratings Audience Score After he is suspended by the town council, Jesse (Tom Selleck) begins investigating a series of murders in Boston for a friend, leaving Rose and "Suitcase" to solve a string of crimes in Paradise on their own. Read More Read Less Watch on Fandango at Home Premiered Mar 07 Buy Now

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      steve d Might be my favorite of the entire seires. Rated 3.5 out of 5 stars 03/30/23 Full Review Audience Member Out of the force, Jesse still manages to do his usual job. I am already on the sixth film in the Jesse Stone series. Once again the film was not based on any book, but original characters from Robert B. Parker's novel. Very interesting opening credit, because that's the clips from a big city. So it leaves an impression that the tale has shifted its base to another town, but that's not entirely true. Yes, it is different from the previous ones, since Jesse's role slightly changed after what happened in the last film. Also a better film after the recent downfall, still not that great, but anyway, Jesse Stone fans will enjoy it. There's a murder in the opening which was shown to us, but who was behind it remains a mystery, because that's the story of this film to reveal. So the one murder becomes two and followed by another, Jesse, who is now not in the force gets a chance to involve on it indirectly. Besides, the film not to focus on just one case, but multiple like the usual and that's the Jesse Stone series' special. With those layers, how it was developed and ended was smartly done. Jesse's old boss is out of the prison and he lends some help on something to him. I surprised for the return of Mae Whitman, she's different and played a quite interesting part. I'm also happy for mentioning the Reggie in the film, so far he was unnoticed, but gets a slight recognition here. Finally the mysterious ex-wife's torture ends with this sequel; I believe that's what I saw. Besides, Jesse got a cell phone and there's a series of jokes regarding sharing the number, only minor ones. "Jealousy's a powerful thing." Still the same director, and he did a good job. Besides appearing in the lead, Tom Selleck also penned the story for this with another writer. They really did write a nice screenplay, even it could have been adapted for the big screen. So, for the television standard, it is a much better film. The sad part is the original writer, Robert B. Parker's unexpected death during before this film came out. So there's a mention at the end of the film with respect. His contribution must be appreciated, now there are many Jesse Stone fans out there after this series came out and I hope it continues for another decade. Since the Jesse's absent in the force, his colleagues had taken some serious steps to fight the crime in Paradise. Particularly Luther has taken the charge of the force, and with Rose, only they two are the ones left in the station. On the other hand, they're facing a threat from the town council that they might be disbanded if their work or the result does not meet the target. So that's why this tale becomes so exciting, because they try their best to keep their jobs, but only the follow-up film would disclose about how it all shapes up. Regarding the murders, the suspense was good, but also gives some hints for the viewers to have their opinion on the suspect. So the end was not bad or its simple twist. After what happened in this story, I'm curious where the next one would take us. Particularly, I'm eager to know Jesse's journey, whether he returns to Paradise or set to work for his boss at the Boston. Anyway, this film was a turning point for sure; many unexpected things might going to happen in the remaining films. In the those remaining three films, I expect at least one of it would end as the best in the series. So can't wait for those ones to watch and let me meet you with the next review in a couple of days. 7/10 Rated 3.5 out of 5 stars 01/30/23 Full Review Audience Member Wow what a pile of donkey shit.. Terrible depressing dour slow pointless grey drivel... even the dog in it looks suicidal... The storyline is utterly shite as is the ending... What a meloncrappy movie. Rated 0.5 out of 5 stars 01/12/23 Full Review Audience Member Terrible ending!Bad acting! Rated 2 out of 5 stars 02/07/23 Full Review Audience Member Over & Over About the Same Issues.... Rated 1 out of 5 stars 01/27/23 Full Review brendan n showing signs of fatigue this addition is definitely nothing compared to the films that have come before it. Selleck is still very strong in the lead but its the writing and direction that let the film down. The mysterious aren't all that involving and the drama that normally works with the film just doesn't come together. the series was travelling quite well until this film but with all franchises its very easy to fall into a pattern of delivering something undercooked just to have something out there for the audience. I was actually looking forward to more interesting cases but this film let me down. hopefully for the next addition they work out the quirks and deliver what the fans are wanting Rated 2.5 out of 5 stars 03/31/23 Full Review Read all reviews Post a rating

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      Synopsis After he is suspended by the town council, Jesse (Tom Selleck) begins investigating a series of murders in Boston for a friend, leaving Rose and "Suitcase" to solve a string of crimes in Paradise on their own.
      Director
      Robert Harmon
      Executive Producer
      Michael Brandman, Tom Selleck
      Screenwriter
      Tom Selleck, Michael Brandman
      Production Co
      Brandman Productions, Sony Pictures Television, TWS Productions II
      Rating
      TV-14 (L|V|D)
      Genre
      Crime, Drama
      Original Language
      English
      Release Date (Streaming)
      Apr 16, 2012
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