Jack Bauer

Don’t worry if you’ve never heard of it, I wasn’t aware of Strike Back‘s existence until the week of the season 2 premiere… or rather the season 1 premiere on Cinemax here in the States. Before we get into the premiere, let’s go through some history. Strike Back is a show that was created by the Sky1 over in the UK. The show was well received both critically and commercially. Recently Cinemax has been in the process of putting, for the first time ever, original programs into production. The most high profile was/is the upcoming Transporter show based on the hit film series. But rather than wait for that show to premiere later this year, they decided to pull a Torchwood and help Sky1 finance Strike Back. So, now with Cinemax as a co-financier, we have Strike Back season 2, which is being passed as season 1 in the U.S. And that brings us to the question that we’re all wondering, is season 1/season 2 any good?

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A cultural icon is about to bring his terrorist asskicking to a theater near you.

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Secret Agent Week

One of the coolest things about secret agent movies is the toys they have to do their jobs. The scary thing is that while some of these gadgets were figments of a writer’s imagination many years ago, some are becoming a reality.

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Secret Agent Week

Does the Get Smart movie premiering this week have you itching for a little more covertness in your life? If so, you’re in luck, because here’s a rundown of 7 awesome secret agent collectibles.

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Secret Agent Week

Yesterday Kevin Carr unleashed our list of the Ten Greatest Fictional Secret Agents of All-Time, but we know that it is our duty to give you the final say in who really is the world’s greatest fictional secret agent.

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Jon Voight

Not since Dennis Hopper was cast as Serbian nationalist, Victor Drazen, in Season 1, has 24 cast such an A-List star.

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Secret Agent Week

As we look forward to Get Smart and cower from the Guru Pitka, FSR takes a look at some of our favorite secret agents in movies and television.

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Jack Bauer and James Bond

I’m bound and gagged. Handcuffed to a chair somewhere in a dark, musty warehouse. Dust is creeping into my lungs, and I miss my stuffed animals, but I managed to intercept a critical piece of news from a source that I refuse to name.

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I enjoy it when celebrities can make fun of themselves. However, this film will not be able to survive if Van Damme and Seagal don’t portray themselves.

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Keifer Sutherland heads to the clink a little early, thanks to the writer’s strike.

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Try this one on for size: Nicholas Kim Cage.

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How would you like a FREE copy of ’24’ Season 6 on DVD? All you have to do is add a caption to the debut of Fat Guys at the Movies hosts Kevin Carr and Neil Miller.

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