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Germany just keeps on influencing European culture. Wagner, Brecht, and now "HeliCops"!
"Airwolf" or "Blue Thunder" it's not but then again there will be only one Airwolf and Blue Thunder, it is however OK fun. I mean, what other show would give you a chase-scene between a scooter and a CGI super-helicopter in downtown Berlin!? The scripts are often in the "A-Team" and "Bionic Woman"-mold but the special-effects are surprisingly good so like I write in my summary: it is silly, but never without charm or entertainment value.
But I still miss "Derrick".
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