There are both new and old movies being released moderately nationwide but nothing new into more than 750 theaters, and only one of the weekend’s new movies even stands a chance at breaking into the Top 5.
“For a long time, Slap Shot was the gold standard for hockey movies, and while neither of the Goon films quite supplants it on their own, I’d say taken as a one-two punch, the Goon franchise has earned its spot in the trophy case,” writes Drew McWeeny.
Season 1, Episode 5 – Cora now has one definite murder and one suspected murder on her plate while she tries to remember what happens. Ambrose’s unprofessional relationship with Cora is questioned by Captain Farmer. We encounter the Beverwyck club, and start to uncover its part in all of this.
Season 1, Episode 9 – Something might actually be tingling inside me for Snowfall. Are they feelings? Do I actually care now? I think yes. But to a certain degree. Franklin is really getting on my nerves. Teddy is just as goofy as ever. Lucia isn’t as much of a boss lady as I thought. And Oso just might be a douche bag.
Season 1, Episode 5-6 - Marlon has hit an all time low with two episodes that sent my blood boiling. Playing into the worst stereotypes for the first episode leads to a misogynistic, mean spirited second episode. Marlon is proving itself to be a week to week show to loathe rather than love with some of the laziest writing in both dramatic comedic arenas.
THE DAILY DEBRIEF
Lethal Weapon has tapped True Blood actor Lynn Collins to play a childhood friend of Riggs in season two. Plus, a round-up of the day’s top entertainment news stories from around the web.
Spectrum Research is searching for a Field Marketing Specialist and Commercial Talent Agency is on the hunt for an Assistant to a prominent CEO. This plus more in today’s jobs!
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