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Johnson's greatest feat will be to rescue Nash Bridges from early cancellation.
A slick, watchable confection... Mr. Johnson, who is an executive producer of the series, carries Nash Bridges off with appeal and panache. And he has given himself the perfect, if unlikely, sidekick in Cheech Marin.
Despite its formulaic car chasing and repetitive gunplay, Nash Bridges is amiable enough and Johnson cool and charismatic enough to make this passable entertainment
It simply aims to be -- and seems able to deliver -- an appealing diversion in the form of a smoothly running star vehicle.
The plots typically include Russian gangsters, drug lords, thieves or murderers, with plausible enough stories that always include a little humor to balance the violence.
It's a well-made hour, fast and splashy, but ugh, that Bridges character is such a clanky collection of corny cliches. Does anybody believe in oafs like this anymore? Well, anybody shouldn't.
Unless a strong ensemble develops or another Michael Mann lends a distinctive style to the action, this traditional and comparatively light cops-and-robbers hour could get lost on the streets of San Francisco.
While Johnson retains a certain charm, he's trying too hard -- and so is the show. Nash Bridges is just another ill-considered comeback attempt by a former TV star who flopped as a movie star.
A smart and swinging police drama that is the most promising pilot from CBS in two television seasons.
Nash Bridges is no [Miami] Vice, but it has quite a few virtues -- most of them rooted in Johnson's winsome portrayal of the title hero.
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