11 items from 2015
After Sleepy Hollow fans got past the shock of the fall finale’s final moments — in which Abbie sacrificed herself in order to save Jenny, Ichabod, Joe and the rest of the town — a small yet important question rose from the rubble:
Was Abbie the “diamond in the rough” alluded to by an FBI bigwig the week before?
In case you weren’t blessed with Ichabod’s photographic memory, allow us to remind you about the scene, which took place in “The Art of War” episode. When Daniel visited the home of one of his superiors to ask for an extension on the Nevins case, »
This week, I realized I ought to keep an episode-by-episode tally of how many times Crane raises his index finger, all "aha!"-like. It is one of my favorite Crane-isms, as far as physical mannerisms go. It handily beats out that cocked-eyebrow thing he does when he's feeling particularly arch. Then "The Art of War" happened. During this delightful hour of Scooby Gang badassery, I was the one who seemed to be doing all the "aha!" gestures.I'd give this episode five stars for the ending alone, which deliciously subverted all of Sleepy Hollow's usual, predictable plotting and structure — but thankfully, there are plenty of other reasons that "The Art of War" deserves a top-notch rating. Romance! Rock climbing! At least three unexpected twists! Let's dive into it. Reynolds asks Abbie to hold down the fort — that is, holding onto his "duty phone," hummina hummina — while he goes to »
Life lesson from this week’s Sleepy Hollow: Don’t put off telling your loved ones how you feel about them, because you never know when one of you might get turned into a glowing war beast summoned by a very bad man with an even worse agenda.
So I suppose we all owe Atticus Nevins some gratitude, because if it weren’t for his wild-eyed pursuit of Jenny Mills — aka the walking, talking Shard of Anubis, thanks to her touching the gem barehanded last episode — we’d never get the Joe/Jenny and Ichabod/Abbie tender moments we see in this week’s hour. »
Previously on Sleepy Hollow, Pandora descended into hell, Crane had difficulty obtaining Us citizenship, and Jenny started glowing like lava. All of these issues continue to be nearly insurmountable in "The Art of War," with some added job stress on the side. Maybe these people should just move. Satanic things never happen in, like, Topeka, right? All I'm saying that any place in the Northeast that has tank top weather and a forest full of green leaves in November cannot be trusted.
A Force More Powerful Than Pandora Plagues The Town On An All-new “Sleepy Hollow” Thursday, November 12, On Fox When Reynolds heads to D.C. to discuss developments in the Nevins case, Abbie is left in command. Jenny and Joe deal with unexpected consequences as a result of stealing the shard, which leaves both the lives of the heroes and Abbie’s career in great peril. Meanwhile, a new, more dangerous evil force is revealed in the all-new “The Art of War” episode of Sleepy Hollow airing Thursday, Nov. 12 (9:00-10:00 Pm Et/Pt) on Fox. In this modern-day twist on Washington Irving's classic, Ichabod Crane (Tom Mison) is resurrected and pulled two and a half centuries through time to unravel a mystery that dates all the way back to the founding fathers. Revived alongside Ichabod is the infamous Headless Horseman who is on a murderous rampage in present-day Sleepy Hollow. »
Recently, Fox served up the new,official synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "Sleepy Hollow" episode 7 of season 3. The episode is entitled, "The Art Of War," and it turns out that we're going to see some very intense and dramatic stuff go down as something even more powerful than Pandora, causes extreme trouble, and more! In the new, 7th episode press release: A Force More Powerful Than Pandora Plagues The Town On An All-new "Sleepy Hollow" Thursday, November 12, On Fox. Press release number 2: When Reynolds heads to D.C. to discuss developments in the Nevins case, Abbie will be left in command. Jenny and Joe are going to deal with unexpected consequences as a result of stealing the shard, which will leave both the lives of the heroes and Abbie's career in great peril. Meanwhile, a new, more dangerous evil force will get revealed. Guest stars feature: Peter Mensah as »
- Andre Braddox
Official photos from season 3 episode 7 of Sleepy Hollow, airing Thursday, November 12 at 9pm on Fox.
"The Art of War" -- A force more powerful than Pandora plagues the town: When Reynolds heads to DC to discuss developments in the Nevins case, Abbie is left in command. Jenny and Joe deal with unexpected consequences as a result of stealing the shard, which leaves both the lives of the heroes and Abbie's career in great peril. Meanwhile, a new, more dangerous evil force is revealed. »
Our Brand is Crisis, 2015.
Directed by David Gordon Green.
An American woman, well-versed in political campaigns, is sent to the war-torn lands of South America to help install a new leader but is threatened to be thwarted by a long-term rival.
Our Brand is Crisis is more than just the scenario Jane (Sandra Bullock) is selling to the Bolivian public in hopes of bringing her candidate Castillo from a blip on the radar to leading the polls in the presidential election; it’s also a fitting summary for the disjointed tone of the movie that seemingly wants to be an amalgamation of slapstick humor, “intelligent” *cough* obvious political insight, and grounded drama.
Director David Gordon Green has a wide variety of pictures under his belt of varying degrees of »
- Robert Kojder
In the conclusion of the two-part Blue Bloods Season 5 finale “The Art of War,” airing Friday, May 1, at 10pm Et/Pt, Danny (Donnie Wahlberg) must keep his emotions in check while he tries to track down the gang member responsible for shooting a member of the Reagan clan. Cliff Smith (better known as rapper Method Man) guest-stars. Also See: Your guide to TV season finales 2015 Here's Your First Look At Tomorrow's Intense Season Finale Of #BlueBloods: http://t.co/WlOlLXxSfw pic.twitter.com/B02iPoloyx — Blue Bloods on CBS! (@BlueBloods_CBS) April 30, 2015 Photo: Credit: Giovanni Rufino/CBS © 2015 CBS. All Rights Reserved.
- Ryan Berenz
Recently, CBS released the new, official synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "Blue Bloods" season finale episode 22 of season 5. The episode is entitled, "The Art Of War," and it turns out that we're going to see some very intense and dramatic stuff as the hunt will be on for a shooter that shot a member of the Reagan clan, and more. In the new, 22nd episode press release: Danny Tries To Track Down Who Shot A Member Of The Reagan Clan, In The Conclusion Of Two-part Fifth Season Finale. Press release number 2: When a member of the Reagan clan is shot, Danny will try to track down the gang member responsible without letting his emotions get the best of him. Also, he is going to have to get creative in order to bring in witnesses in the conclusion of the two-part fifth season finale of Blue Bloods. Guest stars feature: »
- Andre Braddox
Diamond Comic Distributors has released details of the bestselling titles of March 2015, with Marvel’s Star Wars: Princess Leia #1 leading the top ten comic books and Idw Publishing’s Nemo: River of Ghosts from Alan Moore and Kevin O’Neill the biggest seller on the graphic novel front.
Here’s the top ten comic books, which is dominated by Marvel, with only one DC title preventing a total monopoly…
1. Star Wars: Princess Leia #1
2. Star Wars #3
3. Guardians Team-Up #1
4. Spider-Gwen #2
5. Star Wars: Princess Leia #2
6. Amazing Spider-Man #16
7. Howard the Duck #1
8. Star Wars: Darth Vader #3
9. Batman: Arkham Knight #1
10. Amazing Spider-Man #16.1
And here’s the top ten graphic novels…
1. Nemo: River of Ghosts
2. Ms. Marvel Vol. 2: Generation Why
3. Low Vol. 1: The Delirium of Hope
4. Hawkeye vs Deadpool
5. Saga Vol. 4
6. Deadpool Vol. 7: Axis
7. Deadpool’s The Art of War
8. Deadly Class Vol. 2: Kids of the Black Hole
9. Birthright Vol. »
- Gary Collinson
11 items from 2015
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