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  • None of the other guest stars were interesting, either
  • I thought Greta Blackburn was stiff and can be

    • by Orrymain
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      Street Hawk: The Unsinkable 453 bored me more than anything else. It started out being about a prisoner who may or may not really be who people thought. From there, it got even more flat for me. There just wasn’t one piece of this episode that I cared about.

      Rex Smith stars as Jesse Mach, who rides


      Street Hawk and is called Street Hawk by the press and citizens. No one really knows who he is. I guess you could say it’s all very hush-hush, super hero-like. He rides an all terrain attack motorcycle that is armed with all kinds of gadgets and gizmos for fighting the bad guys.

      Part of the problem with ...


      • Street Hawk: The Unsinkable 453 is its guest stars, primarily Bianca Jagger, who appears in this show as a character named Simone Prevera. Jagger can’t act worth a hill of beans, and her look just reminds me of Mick Jagger. Those two belong together in so many ways, and they should stay together and off the TV
        screens. I get nothing positive from her at all, so that was a huge turn off in watching this show as well.

        None of the other guest stars were interesting, either. I thought Greta Blackburn was stiff and can be.

        So, a storyline that didn’t appeal, one guest star who detracted, and otherwise lifeless portrayals makes this show a no-go for me.




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