Spenser: Pale Kings and Princes
When Spenser (Robert Urich), his psychologist girlfriend, Susan Silverman (Barbara Williams), and his right-hand man, Hawk (Avery Brooks), investigate a brutal murder in a quaint New England town, they discover plenty of illegal activity and cocaine. This 1994 made-for-television movie brings many of the beloved characters from the 1980s drama series (based on the books by Robert B. Parker) back to the small screen.
- Stars:Robert Urich, Avery Brooks, Sonja Smits, J. Winston Carroll, Matthew Ferguson, Barbara Williams, Beatriz Pizano, Maurice Dean Wint, Ken James, Alex Carter, Daniel Parker, Yvonne Moore, Derek Keurvorst, Elizabeth Shepherd, Natalia Jasen,
- Director:Vic Sarin,
- Writer:Robert B. Parker (character), Robert B. Parker, Joan H. Parker
When one of Susan's former patients, a news reporter, turns up dead on the outskirts of Wheaton, the cocaine capitol of Massachusetts, she and Spenser head out to Wheaton to find out why he... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Spenser: Pale Kings and Princes torrent reviews
(br) wrote: Was pleasantly surprised by the movie, maybe I am partial to a good con movie. A typical con movie, sadly the ending is too predictable. Still, thoroughly entertaining.
(fr) wrote: Excellent christian oriented family movie.
(nl) wrote: A stupid, pretentious, nonsensical movie that made me waste two whole hours of my life.
(br) wrote: Wow! I feel as if I just wasted an hour and a half of my life that I will never get back. I really don't know what else to say about this movie...
(ca) wrote: 15 years later, this documentary is just as relevant as ever, but saddled with the typical emotional arguments and sweeping generalizations Moore is known for. Still, despite Moore's incompetence and tangents, he manages to get to the point: that among industrialized countries, the US has a disproportionate amount of gun deaths and that there must be a major factor in why this continues to be a problem. He asserts the culture of fear. Perhaps that is part of it. There have certainly been a multitude of studies since Columbine (and before) to ascertain why.Michael Moore's reasoning is always to be taken with a grain of salt, but you can't ever ignore his questions. They are legitimate and necessary.
(ag) wrote: Foreign adoption viewed from all angles. Especially touching is the scene of the two ladies sharing their adoption stories but not understanding one another due to the language barrier.
(mx) wrote: Really love this one, probably Cassavettes most accessible film. Falling in love warts and all.
(de) wrote: Kazakhstan action! Well made.
(au) wrote: Diary of a Country Priest is a fascinating look at faith and a troubled priest who is not accepted within his community. It's likely to stick with viewers for a long time.
(jp) wrote: Howard Hawk's "Air Force" is basically what you'd expect from a 40's war film.
(ca) wrote: I should really finish my packing instead of watching this. Hahaha.
(ag) wrote: A totally misunderstood picture. It's not original, but a great cast, director and twisted script make this one hell of a fun ride, and a decent science fiction flick.
(ca) wrote: I'm a 90's kid. I have and always will love this movie. Is it good? Hell no! Would I watch it if it would be on TV right now? Hell yeah!