'24: Redemption' TV movie review: '24' searches for 'redemption' with prequel to season seven

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HollywoodChicago.com critic Brian Tallerico writes in his review of the upcoming “24: Redemption” TV movie:

“While ‘24’ has always been a program that requires an intense suspension of disbelief, ‘24: Redemption’ seems to need more than average. For a country that recently voted for change, ‘24: Redemption’ seems to be going in the right direction but may not have gone far enough to not look like a Bush-era relic.”


Read Brian Tallerico’s full review of “24: Redemption” here.

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