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Dopo aver guidato una squadra d'elite dell'esercito statunitense la cui missione era eliminare Ibrahim Bin-Khalid nello Yemen, Eric Carter torna negli Stati Uniti solo per scoprire che i seguaci del leader terrorista hanno dichiarato una fatwa contro lui, i suoi compagni e le loro famiglie, costringendoli a entrare nel Programma Protezione Testimoni. Non avendo alternative, Carter chiede al CTU (Counter Terrorist Unit) di aiutarlo, finendo col trovarsi coinvolto in una corsa contro il tempo per fermare un devastante attacco terroristico sul suolo americano.
L’orologio ricomincia a ticchettare con 24: LEGACY, la nuova evoluzione della pluripremiata ed innovativa serie 24. In 24: LEGACY assistiamo ad una adrenalinica corsa contro il tempo per impedire un devastante attacco terroristico negli Stati Uniti. Gli eventi sono narrati in tempo reale, utilizzando lo stesso formato che aveva caratterizzato la serie originale, che definì un nuovo genere televisivo.
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1) il prodotto è pubblicizzato come "24: Legacy (5 Blu-Ray), invece il cofanetto ne contiene solo 3! Questa si chiama pubblicità ingannevole!!!
2) da nessuna parte c'è scritto che il cofanetto contiene solo la Stagione 1, anzi, sì fa di tutto per far credere che si tratti di una miniserie!
3) da una ricerca su internet, ho scoperto che la 2° Stagione è stata cancellata dalla Fox per scarsa audience, perciò non potrò mai vedere come va a finire!!!
Non compratelo, sono soldi buttati!!!
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For many dedicated fans of the franchise the biggest obstacle would be the absence of Kiefer Sutherland as CTU agent Jack Bauer. This season our protagonist is former US Army Ranger Eric Carter (Corey Hawkins). Carter’s an African American young man who we learn has escaped from the gangster life along with his wife Nicole (Anna Diop) who is a nurse and the former girlfriend of Carter’s brother Isaac (Ashley Thomas) who was also the gang leader. It’s all a bit convoluted and this subplot is a distraction rather than providing anything very useful to the story. The ‘gansta’ stereotypes and clichés are kind of silly.
Another sub plot involves the character Andy Shalowitz (Dan Bucatinsky) who is “Legacy’s” answer to the old “24” tech guru Chloe O’Brien. Turns out Andy is gay and was having a relationship with a CTU field agent Locke. There’s some tension between the two and the actor playing Locke (Bailey Chase) with his cheesy mustache looks like a refugee from 70’s porn movie. Nothing of consequence really happens between these two and their storyline feels like filler and just pandering to the LGBTQ community. Suffice it to say that Andy’s no Chloe although he does get out into the field once. For his troubles he gets an 8 inch hunting knife thrust into his quadriceps by a terrorist, literally taking one for the team, and manages to walk it off (in one of the more unrealistic moments) and complete his mission barely limping.
When we meet Carter and his wife they’re comfortably living in suburban Arlington, VA having a typical day when their home is invaded by Middle Eastern terrorists searching for a missing box. Turns out Carter and his squad of Rangers took out some big time terrorist while on a mission in cooperation with CTU. Now we discover that everyone in the squad and their family have been tortured and killed in trying to find the missing “box”. Carter and his wife prevail and events begin to escalate on the same kind of high speed thrill ride that characterized the original series.
Carter endures the nearly over the top pain and punishment that Jack Bauer used to. Carter is earnest and motivated but he lacks the ruthlessness and willingness to literally do anything to accomplish the mission which made Bauer so formidable.
Rebecca Ingram (Miranda Otto) does strong work as the outgoing CTU director who we see winning the Congressional Medal of Freedom and preparing to help her Senator husband vie for the presidency. Senator Donovan (Jimmy Smits) has strong poll numbers and his wealthy father Henry (Gerald McRaney) is helping him secure financing. McRaney who formerly specialized in playing affable guys (now a long way from “Simon & Simon” and “Major Dad”) is playing the sort of sinister bad guy role he’s been doing these days. Otto is starting to make a career of playing powerful bureaucratic women, this role and her part on “Homeland” as a duplicitous CIA operative makes me wonder if she’s headed to “House of Cards” next? It was fun to see true “legacy” cast member Carlos Bernard returns as Tony Almeida for a few episodes.
The pace is unrelenting and we are swept along to an action packed finish that delivers the goods. I for one was disappointed that “24 Legacy” was not renewed. All the elements from the original were in place but the show just couldn’t get enough traction with fans.
"24 Legacy" is MUCH better than I thought it was going to be all around. It has all the elements of 24 that my wife and I liked and we zipped through the season in about 3 days.......having said that...most people did not and that's a shame. I get it though to a degree. Keifer Sutherland was LEGENDARY throughout the original series and created some HUGE shoes to fill for any actor they attempted to place as lead actor in his place. I do feel bad for, like alot of others evidently as legacy has been cancelled, for not giving Corey Hawkins a shot and watching it when originally aired, as I believe he did a really good job and probably would have taken his character to insane levels had he had the chance to do so In watching Season 1 of the original series though I kinda saw why alot of people didn't "attach" themselves to this spinoff.....although Keifer took it up a notch each season, he brought "loco" right from the beginning and that was one of the reasons my wife and I enjoy the show. Corey had "that look" at a couple points during the season, but I never TRULY felt that "now he's gonna snap" moment and that is why the show probably failed as it never happened.
Having said all of this, if you're a 24 junkie, as I am, buy it. The whole seasons $9.99 here.
My bottom line is, if you liked 24 (and basically who with a penchant for fast paced action thrillers doesn't...) I can guarantee to the best of my ability that you will like 24: Legacy pretty close to the original 24. It was nice to see Mirando Otto again, and even though new to the cast, Jimmy Smits did himself proud, IMO. Gerald McRaney was also up to snuff... along with the them was the "bad guy" whose name I couldn't track down... who played the Mullah sp? terrorist.
All, in all, if you liked 24 (and who doesn't?) I think you'll find the Legacy DVD worth watching. I did and if you decide to watch it, I hope you, also, will enjoy it.