In Santa Monica, California, the former detective Jesse Stone moves to Paradise, Massachusetts with his old dog Boomer, after having drinking problem on duty. He is invited by the Paradises powerful counselor Hastings Hathaway to be the substitute for the former Chief Lou Carson, who had an earlier retirement. In his first assignment, he hits the abusive husband Joe Genest, who has not respected a restraint order. The local attorney Abby Taylor visits him after the incident and they have an affair. When Lou is killed, Chief Jesse Stone suspects of the mobster Joe and Hastings, and plots a situation trying to disclose the truth.
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In almost every instance where I have read a book and then seen the movie I have ALWAYS found things that I hate in the movie because they omitted something vital or completely changed things around but Jesse Stone movies are the exception. Tom Selleck is stellar and he does a magnificent job of mixing Jesse's venerability and tough and gruff attitude into his amazing performance. This movie is definitely a must see. I would recommend that this particular movie, Night Passage be watched before any of the others within the series because shows how and why Jesse came to Paradise.
This review is from: Jesse Stone: Night Passage (DVD) Wife and I are very glad we bought the series. This shows just how good Tom Selleck is. No wonder he is on Blue Bloods
I recently got to watch Night Passage on TV and truly enjoyed it. It has a simple yet interesting detective storyline and nice strong characters (Selleck is perfect in the Stone's role, believably flawed as a womanizing drunk), and an allover simple "classic" timeless feel to it in the style of many British TV miniseries or films - and that's a real compliment! (since I believe the British are the best at producing quality work for television.) Well done!
John Updike famously said, "(Ted Williams is the classic ballplayer of the game on a hot August weekday, before a small crowd, when the only thing at stake is the tissue-thin difference between a thing done well and a thing done ill." That's how I feel about Jesse Stone, another Californian transplanted to New England. Ted Williams didn't pay much attention to fielding, but what he did pay attention to, he did very well. The "Jesse Stone" movies don't do everything well, but when it comes to producing character-driven, moody, exquisitely paced, hard-boiled entertainment, they do very well. One of my favorite aspects of "Night Passage is how it takes the time to tell the story well. The relationship between Boomer and Jesse is presented to us patiently and effectively. Also, "Night Passage" pays attention to detail. One of my favorite moments in the movie is when one of the characters hands a cup of coffee to another character. Satisfying storytelling.
This review is from: Jesse Stone: Night Passage (DVD) All of Jesse Stone movies are awesome. My husband and I watched this one and loved it. All of his movies are great.
This review is from: Jesse Stone: Night Passage (DVD) The Jesse Stone Film Collection (Stone Cold / Death in Paradise / Night Passage)If you ever liked Tom Selleck, you'll like this series. My 86-year-old father watches these Jesse Stone DVDs over and over. Don't expect high drama or thrilling suspense, but just a good, solid movie for the entire family.
Jesse Stone won't be out done. This is another great movie in the series. Get it.
This review is from: Jesse Stone: Night Passage (DVD) This is the first in the Jesse Stone series of four movies and is very well done. I would stronly recommend anyone buying this movie buy all the other three as well. My wife and I made a weekend of watching the entire series in order and really enjoyed it... Tom Selleck is great, the acting is well done by others in the cast. High quality for a made for TV series.... If I could give it 10 stars I would.
This review is from: Jesse Stone: Night Passage (DVD) Enjoyed Tom Selleck in the role of Jesse Stone, the alcoholic Chief of Police in the town of Paradise, trying to beat the habbit while solving mysteries and fighting crime. Great movie and nice quality DVD.
Tom Selleck is 66 now, and close to that during this series. I likehim, but he is too old for this character. At most, it should have beena guy maybe 50 or 55. Although granted, I don't know how old thecharacter is in the book series.They never tell us why he is so depressed, and why he started drinking.I like a little mystery, but at some point, you have to let us knowwhat the hell is going on, or we can't empathize with the character.O.K., L.A. cops drink. But they can still have a personality.If I met a guy who gave one word answers, and answered questions withanother question, I would want to punch him. Either Selleck isoverdoing this stoicism, or the Director is.As far as girls 30 and 40 years younger, throwing themselves at him, Isuppose it's possible. He's tall, rugged, and mysterious, but the guyis a total loser. Rather than have people constantly ask if his ladyfriends are too young for him, wny not just make the character a littleyounger?Having said all that, I do like the atmosphere, the characterdevelopment of other characters, some of the dialogue, and the plotline. It just could have been so much better, with more background onthe main character, and a younger actor, for believability.
I Like Jesse Stone movie "Night Passage", that is why I ordered the movie, plus the price was good. I also liked the movie
This review is from: Jesse Stone: Night Passage (DVD) This is Jesse Stone's introduction to Paradise. As a lover of the Jesse Stone series, I had not seen this before. It's good and sets the stage for everything that follows. If you are a Jesse Stone fan, you'll want to see how it began.
Fills in the gaps as to how Jesse Stone came to be the Chief of Police in Paradise. Great characters, great roll for Tom Selleck
This review is from: Jesse Stone: Night Passage (DVD) I really enjoy the Jesse Stone series starring Tom Selleck. I have the whole series and have enjoyed the character development. My only complaint is that there is little action and a lot of whispy music between little dialogue. In great measure, that is intentional because that enhances the same feeling about the Jesse Stone character.I recommend the whole series and can't wait for more. But, don't expect new releases to come along quickly, Selleck has other irons in the fire, and these are low-budget project films.
This review is from: Jesse Stone: Night Passage (Amazon Instant Video) My husband watched this on TV and was looking it up on Amazon, and accidently ordered it when he thought he was browsing. But he is happy with it so that is great
This review is from: Jesse Stone: Night Passage (DVD) The product arrived in a well packed package. The product was new condition. Delivered was with in the forecast arrival time.
I love the pace of this series... No loud music, no cursing, just the way movies used to be made when movies were actually movies and not just for teenagers. Selleck makes the perfect Jesse Stone
This review is from: Jesse Stone: Night Passage (DVD) I really enjoyed this mini series. I like Tom Selleck in all the Movies, and TV shows he has acted in. A Very Professional Actor. Sad that this series has come to end.
This review is from: Jesse Stone: Night Passage (DVD) Greatly enjoyed seeing Selleck in this role. I'm glad he has done a whole series of these movies. I have all three that he has done so far. Hope there are more in the works.
This review is from: Jesse Stone: Night Passage (DVD) I have watched a few of these movies in the past and felt they would be a good add on in my collection.