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TV Review: Frequency’s time-hopping radio can’t cut through a staticky adaptation

The advantage of remaking a property like Frequency—the 2000 timeline twister in which Jim Caviezel interacts with ghost dad Dennis Quaid via super-powered ham radio—is the freedom of measured expectations. There are no diehard fans to pander to, no one so concerned about preserving their precious Frequency memories that they’d, say, throw a misogynistic tantrum about a woman playing the Jim Caviezel part.
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