Eleventh Hour

Eleventh Hour

DVD - 2006
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Professor Ian Hood is recruited by the British government as its on-call scientist/detective. Along with his female bodyguard, they take on such menaces as rogue cloners, ruthless polluters, and resurgent viruses. Includes four episodes.
Publisher: [United States] : Granada International, [2006]
Edition: Widescreen edition
Characteristics: 2 videodiscs (approximately 283 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in
4 3/4 in
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Alternative Title: 11th hour


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May 19, 2017

Two stars, only for Ashley Jensen.
More plot holes than a wheel of Swiss cheese!

Jul 13, 2016

I wanted to love this because it is Patrick Stewart and timely subjects, but it isn't brilliant. It is good, and timely, and was fun to watch. Stewart seems very stiff throughout, and possible if there is a second season we will lean he has Asperger's syndrome or such. I'd still recommend it.

May 30, 2016

Not good!

The stories are OK but there is almost no action other than the music ramping up while a stunt double for Patrick Stewart runs (meanders) toward another secret location. When asked to do this role he should have quoted Danny Glover from Lethal Weapon and said, "I'm too old for this shit!" (Sorry, PS, I still love you.) His "bodyguard" mostly just stares - open mouthed - while PS explains mundane information that most of the audience already knows. She was much better (or, at least, convincing) in the BBC series Extras. I would be interested in seeing the remake with Rufus Sewell.

Aug 22, 2014

Rated 9/10.

Nov 20, 2012

Cool, but VERY dark.

Aug 10, 2012

great episodes for patrick stewart...too bad he couldnt do them all.great watch.

Apr 26, 2012

Ashley Jensen rocks in this series! Thank you SPL for buying this! I would have missed it and now I'm off to Amazon to purchase it. Bumbed this was for only 1 season :/

Apr 24, 2011

An interesting series with topically relevant themes (cloning, biohazards, climate change, government subterfuge). It's always interesting to see Patrick Stewart in a role other than Capt Picard, and to see British locales and characters. Unfortunately, the producers should have paid more attention to the science supposedly underpinning the plot lines: some of the holes are large enough to drive a truck/lorry through.

Jul 22, 2010

This program represents a kind of unhappy marriage between the X-Files and CSI. It has Patrick Stewart in it, so there's that. He's always interesting to watch. You never know when he might say "Number One."

One trouble I have with it is that after watching a whole season of this program, I'm still not sure why a giovernment scientist merits a full-time bodyguard (except that they needed a Scully to his Mulder.) I also find some kind of inconsistency in the narrative of every episode, which generally makes me crazy. ("sample everything, everywhere," Patrick Stewart says in one episode; "there's no need to sample that," he says twenty minutes later.)

I've kept watching despite all that, so they must be doing something right. (But I do berate the television on occasion, as a coping mechanism.)


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Apr 24, 2011

Resurrection: An accidental find of dozens of malformed fetuses leads Hood on an investigation of black market human cloning experiments. // Containment: A viral outbreak associated with the excavation of an ancient burial site leads Hood to a surprising source. // Kryptos: A senior climatologist who works for a privately-funded (mostly by petro-dollars) research institute becomes increasingly secretive, paranoid, and convinced of a conspiracy to suppress his findings. and global warming projections. His personal history with Prof Hood also figures in the plot. //
Miracle: A young boy is cured of a brain tumor, supposedly by local spring water. Yet, cancer patients who flock to the area for a miracle cure get sicker. Hood's investigation points to a government conspiracy and cover-up of what is really happening with the local water supply.


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