- I started watching it at s04e10.
Properly titled The Blacklist: Redemption
A cop dons the appearance of a criminal mastermind in order to foil his terrorist plot.
An excellent, though generally-forgettable, bubblegum movie.
Perhaps see also:
A new warfare technology is developed, but catches a former-military police officer in the crossfire of its activities.
It had hope, but it ended so badly.
A man struggles with a split personality disorder, turning to an unlikely group of young women for counseling. Haha, just kidding it's a kidnapping-horror movie.
Amazing acting, good writing, good all around. It's contained, straightforward and engaging. It was assembled well enough that I didn't take many notes.
A government assassin learns he has been cloned by a rogue lab bent on raising an army of perfect soldiers.
A fair movie. It brings nothing new or interesting, and has generally uninspired writing and action. Thinking back on it, it does seem derivative of so many other movies.
After meeting people trying to make it big in Hollywood movies, a criminal weans himself off of his old life to try it for himself.
Maybe it's because I saw it "back in the day", but even after re-watching it I still really like it.
A reporter goes to a small odd town for one story, but a local murder changes his interests.
Though adequate, I didn't finish it; this isn't my sort of movie.
In a world where everyday people use the internet through total-sensory virtual reality, a specialist intelligence agency tracks down murderers and terrorists.
Slow and confusing, this book isn't just a challenge to read, it's a challenge to read with a straight face. One of the risks of speculative science fiction is that they can get very, very, wrong in their predictions. This book hand-waives people being transported into a magical world with no explanation as to how it's possible or what it's like. It is vague in everything it demands the reader suspend their disbelief in. It is awed at 900 Mhz computers. This is definitely a 1998 book that had way too much hope for its future.
- ISBN-10 0-425-16172-2
I had a sticker with two, and the book had two.. and none of these are coming up with anything:
- This is apparently a series, which I won't pursue, and there is also Tom Clancy's Net Force Explorers
This inspired Netforce - (1999 movie)
A stupid and deaf guy does stupid things while being deaf.
This was listed as a thriller and isn't even remotely thrilling. It is slow and depressing throughout. I got well past an hour without being thrilled.
A woman is abducted for a mind-control experiment.
This is not "experimental science fiction". This is outright horror.
I think I've seen this before, but blocked it out of my memory.