Jesse Stone Innocents Lost DVD Release Date
Innocents Lost” really breaks no new ground, just tells another chapter. Stone, now retired, is still trying to find an inner equanimity and peace. Seeing an unorthodox therapist, consorting with a younger woman, staying grounded with his old colleagues–Jesse’s existence is a quiet one. When a young girl whom Jesse feels responsible for ends up dead in an apparent overdose, he feels deep guilt and sets out to determine what went awry. He is also asked to consult on a murder case in the city where the police feel that their suspect is innocent. Retirement doesn’t seem so uneventful after all! The story leads to some unexpected places–as the girl’s life spiraled out of control, several key factors and nefarious influences led her astray. But how far is Jesse willing to take his off-the-books investigation, and to what purpose – Jesse Stone Innocents Lost DVD Release Date
Actors: Tom Selleck, Joe the Dog, Rae Ritke
Format: AC-3, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, DVD, Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC
Subtitles: English, French
Number of discs: 1
Rated: NR (Not Rated)
Jesse Stone Innocents Lost DVD Release Date: August 2, 2011
Run Time: 90 minutes
Jesse Stone Innocents Lost DVD Review
Tom Selleck IS Jesse Stone! ‘Innocents Lost’ brought the characters together and, I believe, more relaxed in their roles, like old shoes that finally fit after a few stretches of the leather. Please, don’t throw them away, because we want more Jesse Stone and Co.! Joe the Dog steals the show! Even he is beginning to show his age with a little graying around his muzzle.
The story is strong, subtle and makes you want more. Stone, now retired, is still seeking justice for a crime that will, probably, never be solved. The new Chief doesn’t get much air-time, which is a good thing! Rose’s character is getting stronger, but still vulnerable. She walks the line and delivers for Stone. Suits is more settled and endearing. Thankfully, for me, there is only one short phone call between ‘the ex’ and Jesse. The ending is oustanding!
For anyone who has read much of the late Mr. Robert Parker, the speech patterns were his signature, used for all major characters in his books, i.e., Spencer, Randall and Stone. It’s quirky, but always seems to work…for me.
I will purchase ‘Innocents Lost’ as soon as it’s available! – Jesse Stone Innocents Lost DVD Release Date