Blake Carrington has just been released from prison and he is trying to reclaim his empire. And he is also reunited with his beloved Krystle, who until recently was in a coma for sometime. ...
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The residents of Knots Landing, a coastal suburb of Los Angeles, deal with various issues such as infidelity, health scares, rape, murder, kidnapping, assassinations, drug smuggling, corporate intrigue and criminal investigations.
J.R. Ewing, a Texas oil baron, uses manipulation and blackmail to achieve his ambitions, both business and personal. He often comes into conflict with his brother Bobby, his arch-enemy Cliff Barnes and his long-suffering wife Sue Ellen.
Five years after J.R. Ewing lost Ewing Oil and apparently committed suicide, he turns up alive and well. He returns to Dallas and plots to bring his family back together, and regain control of Ewing Oil from his archenemy Cliff Barnes.
A wealthy mystery man named Charlie runs a detective agency via a speakerphone and his personal assistant, John Bosley. His detectives are three beautiful women, who end up in a variety of difficult situations.
Blake Carrington has just been released from prison and he is trying to reclaim his empire. And he is also reunited with his beloved Krystle, who until recently was in a coma for sometime. For years he has suspected a foreign consortium of being behind his downfall, and it is true, and these men have brainwashed Krystle to kill him.Written by
I was, like any other "Dynasty" fan, happy to see the cast back after a couple years away. This reunion movie answered some questions (rather indirectly) from the series' cliffhanger as to who survived the balcony scene, etc., and certainly delivered on the catfight quotient (who would have thought feathers could fly like that?). The recasting of Adam was a disappointment; Robin Sachs just didn't have the zest of Gordon Thomson (who had taken over the wonderfully zesty role of Mason Capwell on NBC's daytime soap "Santa Barbara"). But the return of Al Corley, who frankly, was always three times as HOT as Jack Coleman (and I'm not even gay -- or male!) as Steven just about redeemed that.
The storyline with the Marshalls and Jeremy Van Dorn was fair, but Sammy Jo! Oh, we were so disappointed in the direction Sammy Jo went with this one! She was voted BRBTV's most matured character over the course of the series run, evolving from a sleezebag opportunist into a smart businesswoman, but here in the reunion movie she de-volves back to just about zero. Yikes.
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