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Anyone who liked him as Thomas Magnum?


I did - but then I was a teenager with a crush on him. I liked him in Quigley Down Under, too.


Me. Tommy Lee Jones is good, and a Democrat, but Selleck is much easier to take most of the time. Besides, the last time Jones was really good was 20 years ago in Lonesome Dove. Selleck is no movie star, but he is a competent professional.


Tommy Lee Jones was excellent in _The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada_, and (from reviews, I didn't see the movie) also in _No Country for Old Men._

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I'm sorry, I stopped reading at Tom Selleck.

Oh my. So hawt. Must. form. words!

Eric k

to add to Robert's list he was also good in The Valley of Elah

Chris The Cop

I really like the mood of the Jesse Stone (movie) series, although the one last night I didn't think was as good as the others. I don't think Thin Ice is an actual Parker novel is it? I know the credits list Selleck and others as the writers. I just wish he'd (Stone) shine on the ex-wife.

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