4 items from 2016
Helicopter footage released Monday showed police in Tulsa, Oklahoma, allegedly shooting and killing an unarmed African-American man on Friday night after he walked toward his SUV with his arms raised. Terence Crutcher, 40, can be seen walking slowly toward his car, which authorities alleged had been left abandoned and running in the middle of the road, according to NBC News. The video footage shows an officer following Crutcher slowly from behind with a gun pointed at him. In the video, Crutcher approaches the driver's side door before dropping to the ground after being shocked with a stun gun. He was fatally shot moments after. »
- Alexia Fernandez and Char Adams
The next adventure for gaming’s most famous attorney is now available for all to download via the Nintendo eShop on 3Ds, Capcom has announced. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Spirit of Justice, besides being a mouthful to say, sees the return of the titular protagonist alongside fellow law expert Apollo Justice as they do battle in the courtroom.
You’ll be upholding justice in two different places this time around, as Mr. Wright will be heading to the kingdom of Khura’in in order to navigate “lawyerless courtrooms” and investigate the Divination Séance, a group of spiritualists who utilize strange methods to determine guilty parties. Wright’s colleague Apollo will be staying behind to take care of the two lawyer’s interests closer to home.
The digital-only title is available to purchase now for $29.99, with several batches of Dlc planned to launch over the rest of September. Alternate costumes for »
- Joe Pring
While people had various issues with The CW's "DC Legends of Tomorrow," one of the more common complaints was the disappointing villain Vandal Savage. The actor's performance aside, much of the setup of the character took place in the "Arrow"/"Flash" crossover earlier that season.
As a result, we went into the series knowing perhaps too much about him. That won't happen with the next season as the show's executive producer Marc Guggenheim tells EW they intend to have more of a mystery surrounding who the antagonists of the second season are:
"Unlike season 1 of Legends, where we basically had the big bad introduced in the crossover, what we're going to do in season 2 of Legends will be more similar to what you've experienced in the first three seasons of Arrow or the first two seasons of Flash, where it's more of a slow reveal and a little bit of a mystery. »
- Garth Franklin
DC’s Legends of Tomorrow Season 1, Episode 16: “Legendary”
Directed by: Dermott Downs
Airs Thursdays at 7pm Et on The CW
DC’s Legends of Tomorrow ends its first season on a deft, compelling cliffhanger that opens a number of possibilities. The finale itself, as per usual for the show, does a few things well and almost everything else poorly. The primary thing it does do well is jettison the three weakest characters (whom I have been vocally requesting killed off for most of the show’s run), namely: Savage, Kendra, and Carter.
Yet even that comes with a caveat, because after an initial mishandling of Kendra’s character early in the season from the writers, and uncomfortable acting from Ciara Renee, the show gradually but very thoroughly turned Kendra around and made her a well-rounded, interesting, sweet and empowered character, »
- Claire Hellar
4 items from 2016
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