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Law & Order: Performance (1995)
One of the Greatest Law & Order Episodes Ever
This would have to be one of the greatest Law & Order episodes I have ever seen.
It starts with Briscoe and Logan investigating a young girl, Corey Russell who was killed in what they thought was a snuff film.
But she turns out to be alive. The investigation takes a twist when Corey reveals that she was raped by a group of guys at her school who participate in a "sex-for-points" club.
As the police investigate, they find out that Corey wasn't the only girl who was pressured by the "sex-for-points" club.
McCoy was good at questioning Peter Facinelli's character in court and another member of the group who is offered a deal. He says, "How many points do you think you'll be worth in prison?" That was excellent.
The episode contains the most brilliant performances with actors Monica Keena as the victim and Peter Facinelli as the cocky, smart-mouth member of the club.
The episode is another "ripped from the headlines" storyline about the Spur Posse.
This episode is absolutely amazing and it should be named one of the most greatest L&O episodes ever.
Monica Keena should have won an Emmy for her role in this episode. She was that good.
Like I've said before, this episode should go down as one of the greatest L&O episodes in the history of L&O.
A Great Movie
I know that some people think that Glitter is a bad movie, but I watched and thought it was a great movie. It's about a biracial girl, Billie Frank (Mariah Carey) who was born to a African-American mother and a white father. Her mom was a singer but she had some kind of drug or alcohol addiction which interfered with her career. Then Billie's life starts to change: her mom carelessly set the apartment on fire nearly endangering the life of her daughter. Then the next scene, Billie is taken away from her mother and into foster care. She meets her friends, Roxanne (Tia Texada) and Louise (rapper Da Brat) who stay with her for the rest of her life. Then we go to 1983 where Billie and her friends are dancers. They then get signed to sing backup to a horrible singer named Sylk and the producer decides to have Sylk lip-sync Billie's part. One night at a nightclub, a DJ by the name of Dice (Max Beesley) finds out that Billie actually sang Sylk's part. He instantly falls for her and wants to produce her. Billie agrees to, she becomes a superstar, but realizes the life of a singer isn't as glamorous as she thought it would be. Dice turns obsessive, her friends hate her fame, and all the drama goes downhill after that. In the end, Dice ends up getting shot before Billie's concert and killed. I loved the last part where Billie meets up with her mom again. It was beautiful.
I think it's a great movie and all Mariah Carey fans should see this movie. And for the other people who hate this movie: If you don't like it, don't watch it! This movie is a million times better than "Crossroads" or "From Justin to Kelly."
I give this movie a ten because it's a great movie.
Everybody Hates Chris (2005)
This Show Is The Absolute Greatest!!
When I first watched the debut episode of "Everybody Hates Chris", it was really cool. At first, I wasn't sure if the show would be a big hit. but now it is. All the kid actors are really good. Imani Hakim does a great job playing Chris' spoiled little sister, Tayna, Tequan Richmond also does an excellent job as Chris' brother, Drew, Vincent Martella does a great job playing Chris' best friend, Greg. And especially Tyler James Williams, who plays the main character, Chris.
This show is totally cool. I hope that this show comes out on DVD by the end of the first season. It would be really cool for this show to be on DVD and be renewed for a new season.