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eh. couldn't keep my interest (about 2 viewings)
Enjoyable film but I struggled to follow it as I just couldn't keep track of what was going on.
I am a big fan of the Burn Notice series and i really enjoyed this movie! I love the storyline on going to Sam Axes past before he was drinking Mohito's in Miami with a Hawaiian shirt. Bruce Campbell does a great job bringing action and comedy to the film. And best of all, the film was directed by Jeffrey Donovan (Michael Westen) and he does a great job of it.
I LOVE anything, Michael or Sam!!!
Really bad, but its a TV movie, so don't expect all that.
this show and anything related to it is pure game
Burn Notice: The Fall of Sam Axe is a pretty solid TV movie, that while it does not compare to the brilliance of the show, is definitely worth a watch for Burn Notice fans (and Bruce Campbell fans).
Bruce Campbell excels in rolls demanding little more than idiocy, and herein he shines. I personally love this flick. TV movie, sure, but it is well-done being what it is. Don't even have to be a Bruce fan to like this, though a fan of Burn Notice would help.
A must for any Bruce Campbell fan! I'm a fan of Burn Notice, and was expecting basically a three part extended episode. But the Sam Axe fronted story really worked for me. The special effects are pretty solid too.
It was great to learn more about an integral member of Mike's team and closest friend. The movie was just a little on the cheesey side, but that did not detract from the overall effect. I am a Bruce Campbel fan and a Jeffrey Donovan fan. I am also a big fan of the seies 'Burn Notice' maybe explaining why I loved this movie.