The Killing

So much is striking about Copenhagen -- the congenial use of shared space, the notion of giving back, the emphasis on access to culture and amusement or even to the prized summer sunlight. Perhaps taking a page from the Copenhagen playbook we can activate the environment, create pleasant affordable housing,dynamic open spaces, alluring museums and tasty food--as long as we have enough enlightened politicians to do it.
Let's talk about Camille Sullivan. This was a close one - just as I was going to print, a batch of Camille's new photos arrived in my mailbox. Yes! Oops. I went off on a tangent. How so not me.
You've seen Eric Ladin's mug plenty of times and probably laughed, as I did. That's a trick, people! That's how Eric gets you to fall in love with him! Or admire him. So I fell for it, whatever. You did too.
Has there ever been a show with this many women in it? A show that has a ratio of female-to-male characters at about 10 to 1? That's so comfortable showing female diversity, in looks, body size, race, age and sexual orientation?
Just when I get done binge-watching one great series on Netflix, Netflix has to go ahead and release another season of a show that I have to watch. Netflix just released the last season of The Killing and I have to say, it has a better home on Netflix than on AMC.
'Detectives Sarah Linden and Stephen Holder are deeply affected by the murders they investigate in this dark, acclaimed series,' or so says Netflix, in its description of the show it acquired from AMC.
HCF has not garnered the reviews and coverage that it deserves and I'm a little concerned that it will go the way of Rubicon
BELOW: Madeline Bertani and Karen Nicole in Recall. (Photo by Amelia Gotham). Directed by Dan Spurgeon (who also directed
Our sense is that True Detective will be as much about understanding what happened between Hart and Cohle as solving a murder. Because of the interviews, we know something about how things turn out. But that only makes it harder to work out.
No word on when the new season will bow. “The rich, serialized storytelling in ‘The Killing’ thrives on Netflix, and we believe
“Fox Television Studios is extremely proud of all three seasons of 'The Killing,'” the production studio added in a statement
I have to admit that I was a little disappointed with last night's uneven finale, even though we once again had another stunning performance from Mireille Enos.
That's one way to satisfy the fans' needs for resolution of the case while still giving them quite a cliffhanger to think
Psychology and acting go perfect together for actress Julia Sarah Stone. What better way to totally understand a character? In real life, Julia and her dad always battle it out as to who gets to read the subscription Psychology Today. Julia always wins.
One of the reasons "The Killing" is so enthralling is that the writers have created these really damaged detectives. And as they investigate murders and come in contact with those searching for answers, the underlying theme might as well be, "This could be me."
Mireille Enos' portrayal of Linden as a seemingly emotionless woman who's one step away from having a total breakdown has always worked for me, and she really nailed last night's episode of "The Killing."
I'm not really a huge fan of assumptions (because when you assume ... ) but I'm gonna go ahead and say the writers on "The Killing" have some deep-seated parent issues. For the past two weeks, we've been dealing with the fallout of absent and neglectful parents: whether it's winding up in prison, sleeping in a closet, becoming teenage prostitutes or just projecting your feelings about being a crappy parent onto other crappy parents.
Brandon is an honest guy who prefers to be outdoors whenever possible. He flawlessly transforms into character for his job -- it's like watching a chameleon. Those of you already familiar with Brandon know he has this captivating "look" about him!
This week's episode of "The Killing" brought more rain, a frantic search for a seriously wounded girl we all hoped would be Kallie, some major displays of bad parenting and the return of an old friend: Holder's hoodie.
Brad Pitt puts his soul into WWZ. His heart shines through his eyes, Watching him is mesmerizing. You will be unable to take your eyes off of him and not because of his dashing good looks, but because of his rich inner life.