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December 04, 2005

Sleeper Cell

I watched the last three quarters of tonight's premier of Sleeper Cell, Showtime's original series about an Al Queda cell in LA and up to no good. I liked it. It is all that the wimpy movie version of Clancy's Sum of All Fears might have been if Hollywood's political correctness hadn't decided to make the film about Russian neo-Nazis (?!) out to do something that didn't quite make any sense. Of course, the idea that the leader of the cell has a cover identity as an observant Jew seems a bit odd, but nothing's perfect. If only the real FBI had agents like Michael Ealy.

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