Human Target (2010–2011)
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Christopher Chance is a man who seems to get his thrills on protecting people from all walks of life. In the opener, he takes a case where he needs to protect a mechanical engineer who ... See full summary »

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Christopher Chance is a man who seems to get his thrills on protecting people from all walks of life. In the opener, he takes a case where he needs to protect a mechanical engineer who designed California's first bullet train, capable of reaching speeds up to two hundred miles an hour. Written by Moviedude1

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17 January 2010 (USA)  »

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'The Human Target' comic book series was co-created by Len Wein and Carmine Infantino. See more »

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Stephanie Dobbs says she ran the design team for the monorail. However, the vehicle changes from being a regular bullet train to being a monorail. For example all but one exterior CGI shots show it to be a normal train, however all the interior scenes show it to be a monorail (the brake disc bursting through the centre of the car for example) See more »

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Guerrero: [Winston enters office to find Guerrero sitting at his desk] Hey dude.
Winston: Breaking and entering is a crime, you know.
Guerrero: Yeah, it's good to see you too, Winston. It's been a while.
Winston: Oh, not long enough. What are you doing in my office? And what the hell are you doing on my computer?
Guerrero: I'm checking out the contents of Mark Hoffer's hard drive. I'm sure it's mostly personal.
Winston: Do I want to know how you came about it?
Guerrero: Editor at the paper owes me. A couple of years ago a gas company hired a guy to hassle him ...
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Processed Cheese and Cardboard
20 January 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This show is mildly amusing, just for the cliché after cliché storyline. A protagonist who can do everything (James Bond, pre-Daniel Craig, would be jealous); air ducts large enough to crawl through and fight in (and they're on a train!); and the ever-popular time bomb plot ("We've got to get off this train before it crashes!").

SPOILER: Superman, uh, "Christopher Chance", engages in a shoot-out with an assassin, escapes, then follows the assassin and prepares to shoot him. But *click*! He's out of ammunition! Yes, Mister Perfect was too stupid to check his weapon, and reload after he'd sprayed the area with lead.

Summary: "Human Target" is like Domino's Pizza: it's television of the last resort.


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