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All Spider-Man movies.
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A list of all DC Comics tv series.
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Jesse Stone Project ( 9 items )
388 Views | 2 / 5 | Created 1 week ago by BC_Peach
I have included A LOT of information here for those who are interested. The most IMPORTANT INFORMATION BEFORE WATCHING THIS SERIES IS the second movie, Jesse Stone: Night Passage (released January 15, 2006) is actually A prequel to Stone Cold...WATCH IT FIRST!😀 🔎Jesse Stone is the lead character in a series of detective novels written by Robert B. Parker. They were among his last works, and the first series in which the novelist used the third-person narrative. The series consists of nine books, starting with Night Passage (1997) and ending with Split Image (2010), which Parker completed before his death in January 2010 but did not live to see published. The series was initially continued by Michael Brandman. In April 2014, Reed Farrel Coleman assumed the writing of the series. The novels have been adapted as nine TV films. The first eight films were commissioned by CBS, and aired from 2005 to 2012. A ninth film was picked up by the Hallmark Channel, and aired on October 18, 2015. 🔎The character begins the series at about 35 years old. He is a former minor league baseball shortstop whose career was cut short by a shoulder injury. He was raised in Arizona and California. He was asked to resign from his job as a homicide detective for the LAPD Robbery-Homicide Division because of a drinking problem that began after his divorce from his beautiful wife, Jennifer. Showing up drunk to an interview for a job as police chief for the small town of Paradise, Massachusetts (loosely based on the real town of Marblehead, Massachusetts), Stone is hired because the corrupt president of the town board of selectmen thinks he will be easy to control. Stone quickly notices that the town has big league crimes, struggling with the mob, white supremacists, wildly errant wives and a triple homicide, and that his job will be more difficult than he expected. But, he proves up to the task, beginning with making a corruption case against the town council president and arresting him. 🔎The series chronicles Stone's cases as chief of the Paradise Police Department, as well as his struggles with alcohol and his complicated relationship with his ex-wife Jenn. He is respected and well liked by the police officers in the town police department. He develops a good working relationship and friendship with the State Police Homicide Commander, Captain Healy. 🔎The character of Jesse Stone, a deeply troubled man, was a departure for the author. Parker, comparing Stone to Spenser, the protagonist of his first series and the one for which he was best known, said, "Jesse is a much more damaged individual who is coming to terms with himself as he goes along." 🔎There is some overlap of characters with the Spenser books, notably with Healy and Sunny Randall, and (in Night and Day) indirectly with Susan Silverman. 📚📚Novels: 📕By Robert B. Parker: 📜Night Passage (September 1997) ISBN 978-0-399-14304-5 📜Trouble in Paradise (September 1998) ISBN 978-0-399-14433-2 📜Death in Paradise (October 2001) ISBN 978-0-399-14779-1 📜Stone Cold (October 2003) ISBN 978-0-399-15087-6 📜Sea Change (February 2006) ISBN 978-0-399-15267-2 📜High Profile (February 2007) ISBN 978-0-399-15404-1 📜Stranger In Paradise (February 2008) ISBN 978-0-399-15460-7 📜Night and Day (February 2009) ISBN 978-0-399-15541-3 📜Split Image (February 2010) ISBN 978-0-399-15623-6 📘By Michael Brandman: 📜Robert B. Parker's Killing the Blues (September 2011) ISBN 978-0-399-15784-4 📜Robert B. Parker's Fool Me Twice (September 2012) ISBN 978-0-399-15949-7 📜Robert B. Parker's Damned If You Do (September 2013) ISBN 978-0-399-15950-3 📗By Reed Farrel Coleman: 📜Robert B. Parker's Blind Spot, G.P. Putnam (September 2014) ISBN 978-0-399-16945-8 📜Robert B. Parker's The Devil Wins, G.P. Putnam (2015) 📜Robert B. Parker's Debt to Pay, G.P. Putnam (September 13, 2016) ISBN 978-0-399-17143-7 📜Robert B. Parker's The Hangman's Sonnet, G.P. Putnam (September 12, 2017) ISBN 978-0-399-17144-4 📺TELEVISION ADAPTATIONS: 📼CBS (and later the Hallmark Channel) adapted the novels as a series of movie specials starring Tom Selleck in the title role; the first was aired in 2005 and the most recent in 2015. Robert Harmon has directed all but one of the films (Dick Lowry directed Jesse Stone: Innocents Lost), and Jeff Beal has provided original music. Selections from the scores of all the movies to date were released on a limited edition CD by Varèse Sarabande in 2009. 📼The movies begin out of sequence but stay relatively true to storylines and character, with exceptions made mostly for television network viewing. With the fifth film, Selleck and Michael Brandman took over the screen writing, and took the films in new directions. The town council forced Jesse Stone out of his job as the Paradise Chief of Police. The council dubbed it "early retirement" and granted Stone a partial pension. (As a retired sworn officer, Stone was also granted the right to carry concealed firearms, without having a "concealed carry" permit,(which he usually did). The head of the town council wanted to install his son-in-law as the new police chief. 📼Captain Healey hires Stone as an occasional "temporary consultant" to assist on certain state police investigations. Stone insists that he will get back his old job as chief. In the eighth film of the series, Stone is restored as the Chief of Police after the incumbent is murdered. The chairman of the town council asks Stone to return as Chief and catch the killer. Stone's buddy, his Golden Retriever Reggie (played by Joe the dog), watches over Stone and plays an important supporting role in the series. 📼Tom Selleck plays the character as straight from the novels as possible; he is older (late fifties/early sixties vs. late thirties in the books) than Stone. The author, Robert B. Parker, said that he found the Jesse Stone movies the most accurate television adaptations of his novels. On his blog, he wrote that "Tom nails the character". 📼As Police Chief Stone, Tom Selleck carries a Smith & Wesson Model SW1911SC .45 pistol. Selleck is a veteran soldier (Army National Guard from 1967 to 1973) and a skilled shooter; he collects firearms. Most of the characters that Selleck has portrayed in television who carry a sidearm have carried a type of Model 1911A1 .45 pistol. In the early novels, Stone usually carries a .38 Special Smith & Wesson Model 36 snub-nosed revolver; the same firearm which he had used as a homicide detective with the LAPD. (Parker's private detective character Spenser also carried a snub-nosed Smith & Wesson Model 36 .38 Special revolver in the first thirteen "Spenser" novels.) In Parker's Killing the Blues, Stone has started carrying a 1911A1 Colt Commander .45 pistol. 🎬The cast of the films has included the following regular characters: 👮Kohl Sudduth as Officer Luther "Suitcase" Simpson. 👮Kathy Baker as Officer Rose Gammon. 👮Viola Davis as Officer Molly Crane. The character was replaced by Rose Gammon in Sea Change. 👮Vito Rezza as Officer Anthony D'Angelo, a Paradise Police deputy. The character was written out of the series in Benefit of the Doubt. 👮Stephen McHattie as Captain Healy, head of the Massachusetts State Police Homicide Division. 🕵William Devane as Dr. Dix, a former cop turned therapist, whom Stone sees for help with his drinking and other personal issues. 🕵Saul Rubinek as Hastings "Hasty" Hathaway, an auto salesman and formerly corrupt town council president who befriends Stone. 🕵William Sadler as Gino Fish, an organized crime boss who likes Stone, despite them being on opposite sides of the law. Gino sometimes assists Stone on cases with information. 📽FILMOGRAPHY 📼Stone Cold (February 20, 2005) 📼Jesse Stone: Night Passage (January 15, 2006) A prequel to Stone Cold...WATCH FIRST! 📼Jesse Stone: Death in Paradise (April 30, 2006) 📼Jesse Stone: Sea Change (May 22, 2007) 📼Jesse Stone: Thin Ice (March 1, 2009) 📼Jesse Stone: No Remorse (May 9, 2010) 📼Jesse Stone: Innocents Lost (May 22, 2011) 📼Jesse Stone: Benefit of the Doubt (May 20, 2012) 📼Jesse Stone: Lost in Paradise (October 18, 2015) 🎬Hiatus and relaunch: 📼Although Jesse Stone: Benefit of the Doubt attracted nearly 13 million viewers when CBS aired it on May 20, 2012, producer Michael Brandman told Variety a few days later that he and Tom Selleck had been notified that CBS would not be ordering any more episodes. They said the film attracted older viewers, and CBS is moving away from movies and specials in favor of shorter duration TV series. Selleck noted that the movies were expensive to produce, and he had his own money invested in the last few. Selleck said he was not finished with the Stone character. when interviewed by NBC's "Popcornbiz" in August 2012, he said, 📼Well, right now CBS hasn't ordered another one. That's nothing new. They always seem to order them one at a time even though we kind of hit home runs, which is frustrating. So I'm not sure whether this is the last 'Jesse' or not. I don't think it will be, because there are so many other markets, cable and everything, that I think would want the series. 📼Hallmark already released the ninth film, Lost in Paradise that aired October 18, 2015 and has the right to air a tenth film that is scheduled to be aired in 2017.
Martial Arts ( 16 items )
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Various movies themed martial arts.
Hellraiser ( 9 items )
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All the Hellraiser movies
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Jane Austen ( 36 items )
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The list starts with films that are straight adaptations of her published novels, Sense and Sensibility (1811) Pride and Prejudice (1813) Mansfield Park (1814) Emma (1815) Northanger Abbey (1818, posthumous) Persuasion (1818, posthumous) and Lady Susan (1871, posthumous). There are several straight adaptations that are missing from this site, specifically several BBC TV series. The 2016 film Love & Friendship is a film version of Lady Susan, borrowing only the title from Austen's short story Love and Freindship. Austen had two unfinished novels at her death The Watsons (1804) and Sanditon (1817). There has never been any film adaptations of The Watsons but there has been film adaptations of Sanditon but they are not on this site. The "Welcome To Sanditon" web series can be seen elsewhere online. The list then includes modern films inspired by her works and ends with biographies and dramatizations of her and her life. Aisha is an adaptation of Emma. Clueless is very loosely based Emma. Bridget Jones Diary is based on Fielding's novel of the same name, which is a reinterpretation of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice. Bride and Prejudice is a Bollywood-style adaptation of Pride and Prejudice. From Prada to Nada is loosely based on Sense and Sensibility. Kandukondain Kandukondain is a 2000 Indian Tamil romance film and an adaptation of Sense and Sensibility but not found on this site. Scents and Sensibility is a (very poor) modern adaptation of Sense and Sensibility. Material Girls is loosely based on Sense and Sensibility. Lost in Austen is a is a four-part British fantasy television series about a modern day girl trading places with Pride and Prejudice's Elizabeth Bennet. The Lizzie Bennet Diaries (2012–2013) is an Emmy winning YouTube adaption of Pride and Prejudice in which Lizzie Bennet, a graduate student explains her life through the video blog format. It is not on this isite but can be seen online. Death Comes to Pemberley (2013) is a 3-part murder mystery television drama as a continuation of Pride and Prejudice. Metropolitan is a loose adaptation of Mansfield Park. From Mansfield With Love (2014), is a YouTube vlog adaptation of Mansfield Park. It can be seen elsewhere online. Emma Approved (2013–2014), an Emmy-winning YouTube adaptation of emma. It can be seen elsewhere online. Ruby in Paradise is an homage to Northanger Abbey. Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason (2001) is loosely based on Persuasion. Becoming Jane and Miss Austen Regrets are loose biographical dramas based on Austen's life. Jane Austen in Manhattan is a Merchant Ivory Film about competing theatrical productions in present-day New York, of a recently discovered early Austen work but is not on this site. There are surprisingly few good documentaries about Austen and her work. An informative wiki page --- One thing to note is how differnt Austen's novels can be from their adapatations in visual media. The books contain lots of irony, satire, and social commentary, much of it feministic and ahead of their time but the adaptations tend to focus much more on the romance. Ang Lee's Sense and Sensibility film is probably the best and most faithful adaptation yet made. A good article on this topic -- My other playlists ---
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Here's the best of the best. Stuff worth watching, at least in my eyes. Only things that I have seen.
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