Three (1998)

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After being recruited by an organisation wishing to maintain status quo, three criminals are forced to work together.


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5 September 2004 | h1tm4n_
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| REST IN PEACE
I watched a series - I can't remember what it was - one day at 10 PM on Kabel1 (german television channel). I opened up the teletext and saw a series called DREI STAHLHARTE PROFIS (~ three professionals as hard as steel) coming up just after the one I watched.

I thought what the f*** is that? I looked for a further description which than forced me to stay up longer and watch THREE too. I did not regret it!

It is a solid series with great actors. The episodes are always original and it is always funny that the three professionals do not really like each other. I really liked Amanda (Julie Bowen) but all characters were great.

However the episodes cover technologies that will never exist, like: a liquid substance that makes you hollow, a device that creates holograms and so on, it does not bother me and always shows that the three professionals are unbeatable. For a computer professional like me, it is always funny to watch the dumb things done with pcs in movies. Things that never could work like that and who the h*** has written this funny program with those blinking lights running on that notebook. It is the same with this series but I really did not care this time.

I was really upset when I read that this great series was a FLOP in the US forcing it to end.

Why, oh why? Why is three shut down and series like 7th heaven are still running? I heard that there are 13 episodes. This is not even enough calling it a season. I am worried and real sad that you guys canceled this one. Shame on YOU!!

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Release Date:

2 February 1998

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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