Jesse Stone: No Remorse NR CC

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A series of murders in nearby Boston reluctantly draws Jesse Stone (Tom Selleck) back into the fold, but when a crooked path leads to the city?s most notorious crime-boss, Gino Fish (William Sadler), what at first appears to be the work of a serial killer becomes something even more diabolical.

Starring:
Tom Selleck, Kathy Baker
Runtime:
1 hour, 26 minutes

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Genres Mystery
Director Robert Harmon
Starring Tom Selleck, Kathy Baker
Supporting actors Kohl Sudduth, Stephen McHattie, Krista Allen, William Sadler, Mae Whitman, Todd Hofley, Saul Rubinek, William Devane, Kerri Smith, Jeremy Akerman, Guy Germain, Rothaford Gray, Tom Gallant, Gay Hauser, Brian Heighton, Megan Janette Edwards, Stephen Coats, Michael Pellerin
Studio Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS)
MPAA rating NR (Not Rated)
Captions and subtitles English Details
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110 of 113 people found the following review helpful By Jerry Travis on May 11, 2010
Format: DVD
Good News, Bad News. The good: that Tom Selleck is continuing his role as Jesse Stone, the aging, half-alcoholic police chief in Robert B. Parker's series set in Paradise, Massachusetts. The bad: that with Parker's death, this series of made-for-tv movies may be at an end. Back to the good: that Selleck was producer and co-author of this last episode, called "No Remorse." Suit and Rose are running the department alone, because the town council has suspended Jesse and banned them from even speaking to Jesse. The story line involves two cases, a series of armed robberies of convenience stores in Paradise and what appears to be a series of three murders in Boston. Jesse is helping his old Boston buddy Healey as an intuitive assistant on the Boston murders. And he's also helping Suit and Rose with their case, knowing that they will need to solve it to keep their jobs. Some viewers object to the darkness of this episode, missing the light banter so typical of Parker's style. I disagree with the objectors, finding the character, as Selleck has defined him in this episode as well as the first four, to be perfectly in keeping with Parker's original intent. And I hope there will be at least one more in Selleck's repertoire before he's done with it. I simply have to see him and Suit and Rose back on the force together, and Jesse's growing love for Reggie, the setter with the biggest, most mournful eyes since Boomer. That would be truly good news.
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61 of 63 people found the following review helpful By Ken T. on May 10, 2010
Format: DVD
I believe they did Robert Parker justice when they opted to have Tom Selleck portray Jesse Stone. He does an excellent job of it. He's moody, drowning in booze, non-talkative with one word answers. He's lonely as hell, craves human & animal affection, but will never admit to it.
No Remorse does a nice job of fitting two story lines together. It melds them very well. The ending delving into the Paradise Police Department's staffs future. is a cliffhanger that fits well. Oh, Reggie is adorable
Sad to see "In Memory of Robert B. Parker" at the end though. He will be missed
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143 of 156 people found the following review helpful By Jody TOP 500 REVIEWER on May 9, 2010
Format: DVD
As a result of his Thin Ice feud with the Paradise City Council, police chief Jesse Stone is suspended from his duties and his former colleagues on the force are forbidden to talk to him. Jesse is pretty depressed and drinking a lot, but he does finally decide talking to his ex-wife Jen is a bad idea.

Things start to look up when Healey of the state police invites Jesse to consult on an apparent serial killer case in Boston and there's been a rash of convenience store robberies in Paradise that Rose and Acting Police Chief Suitcase feel inadequate to cope with. Since Jesse also spends a lot of time with his psychiatrist trying to figure out why he can't give his dog affection, his schedule fills up fast. He also needs to learn how to use a cell phone since there was an, ah, unfortunate accident with his land line. Because of the interdiction on Jesse's communication with Suitcase and Rose, the cell phone becomes a plot point and the cloak and dagger element just misses being comic.

Jesse doggedly pursues the serial killer who seems to have a connection with the boxing promoter Gino Fish, and aids Rose and Suitcase, who need Jesse's help in identifying the perpetrator of the convenience store robberies from security tapes. The entire Paradise police department in a superb display of teamwork catches the convenience store perp. The serial killer case is wrapped up in the last few minutes of the movie in an incredible twist that left me saying, `Huh?'

With No Remorse, the movie character of Jesse Stone diverges irrevocably from that of the late lamented Robert Parker's books. He's more angst-ridden and struggles in ways the book Jesse doesn't. No Remorse, co-written by Tom Selleck, is dark.
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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By J. Kruizenga on June 2, 2010
Format: DVD
I still wish someone in Hollywood would make this into a TV series. I - and all Jesse Stone fans - waited for this movie for over a year! I just hope that the next in the series "Innocents Lost", scheduled to be released later in 2010, will not be put on hold.

"No Remorse" was brilliant. I've read the other reviews and don't understand why some are knocking this movie as portraying Jesse Stone to be a darker character than writer Robert B. Parker created him to be. Really? Have you read the books? Jesse Stone is meant to be a loner haunted with his former life destroyed because of a drinking problem brought about due to Jesse's weakness in dealing with his former wife's affair. Jesse loses it all and must pick up the pieces of his life, all that is left, to begin a new life in Paradise, MA. That's about as dark as it gets. He is a man with some serious issues - issues he is aware of and is working on.

This movie does an outstanding job in revealing Jesse's life suspended from the police force for "too many deaths in Paradise" as we see in the final scenes of "Thin Ice". Now Jesse is moonlighting for Captain Healey (major case) and assisting Rose and Suitcase in their own caper (minor case).

Too Dark? No. I think the last two movies are the best yet. I hope there is more to come after "Innocents Lost" airs. Tom Selleck is great as Jesse Stone. I look forward to these movies like a child waiting for Christmas day. Keep 'em coming.
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