4 items from 2017
It took 3,500 tips from the public and some old fashion police work by a team of dogged detectives to apprehend the suspect who allegedly sent Phoenix into a panic more than a year ago, murdering nine people during 12 random shootings.
Speaking to People Tuesday morning, Phoenix police spokesman Jonathan Howard likens the year-long investigation that led to 23-year-old Aaron Saucedo’s arrest to assembling a jigsaw puzzle.
“We don’t need the whole puzzle — just give us the missing piece,” Howard tells People. “As we got that missing piece, we were able to put the rest of the puzzle together. »
- Chris Harris
Oh, 68 Kill features a psychotic AnnaLynne McCord seducing and shit-kicking her way through country-fried thrills? Why yes, this is exactly my kind of midnight carnage. Wait, it gets better? You bet! This dark comedy marks Trent Haaga’s directorial follow-up to Chop (also co-wrote Cheap Thrills/Deadgirl), and 68 Kill only furthers his catalog of gleeful nastiness. Femininity and masculinity clash in a bumbling Bonnie and Clyde reimagining, with a dash of Tarantino unpredictability. It’s a raucous closing-time nightcap that runs on perfume and blood-soaked booty shorts, because what man wouldn’t kill for Ms. McCord? Brilliant casting, Mr. Haaga. Novelist Bryan Smith should be proud of this adaptation.
Matthew Gray Gubler stars as Chip, the love-struck boyfriend of white-trash vixen Liza (AnnaLynne McCord). She’s the talk of the trailer park. Everyone wants her, but Chip is the lucky guy she goes home with – when not sexing landlords in lieu of late rent. »
- Matt Donato
I loved this episode for two reasons: it tackled an important issue that doesn't usually get a lot of serious coverage, and because of the thinly disguised shade it threw at a certain political leader.
The writers certainly let us know how they really felt about real world current events on Madam Secretary Season 3 Episode 15. Sure, names were to changed to protect the innocent (writers from libel/slander lawsuits), but the story we heard bore some striking similarities to some actual events.
I have to applaud the writing team for choosing the Phillipines as the home of their fictional ass grabbing Presidential adversary. I mean, the actual Filipino president, Rodrigo Duterte, is pretty psychotic himself.
The lines they wrote criticizing and analying the behavior of Trump fictional Filipino President Andrada were absolutely amazing. The comments about Andrada's character in general may have been even better than reactions to him getting handsy with Elizabeth. »
- Elizabeth Harlow
The cherry trees may be blooming in DC, but young love certainly is not.
Relationships were falling apart left, right, and center on Madam Secretary Season 3 Episode 14, but as always, there was still work to do. International aid deals wait for no broken hearts.
Daisy's heartbreak was the most unexpected, and the one I don't regret. Her beau seemed liked a boorish bro-dude, but turned out to be a CIA operative using the job at State as a cover. I'm not sure yet if this redeems him or makes him even more reprehensible.
At the very least, it does get Ms back to it's Season 1 thriller roots.
Honestly, Daisy may be mourning lost possibilities, but did anybody think those two had a future beyond a few very hot and heavy rolls in the hay? Kevin, or whatever his real name was, was a palette cleanser, not a prince charming.
- Elizabeth Harlow
4 items from 2017
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