Saturday, February 2, 2013
Actor, Matthew Gray Gubler during the Chateau Ste. Michele/UGG snowshoe and toboggan races at Sunshine Village Ski and Snowboard Resort as part of the Fairmont Banff Springs Sports Invitational hosted by Robert F. Kennedy Jr., which benefits the Waterkeeper Alliance on Friday Feb 1, 2013. Darren Makowichuk/Calgary Sun/QMI AGENCY
L-R, Actor, Matthew Gray Gubler and actress, A.J. Cook during the Chateau Ste. Michele/UGG snowshoe and toboggan races at Sunshine Village Ski and Snowboard Resort as part of the Fairmont Banff Springs Sports Invitational hosted by Robert F. Kennedy Jr., which benefits the Waterkeeper Alliance on Friday Feb 1, 2013. Darren Makowichuk/Calgary Sun/QMI AGENCY
Thursday, January 31, 2013
And the parallels found between 'Zugzwang' and '100' are fascinating, because of the similarities, but even more so, because of the well painted differences, that speak to us above all else of how different the characters of Hotch and Reid are.
What was similar? Two unsubs (Diane Turner and George Foyet) so hell bent in achieving their goals, that nothing that was said to them was able to change the outcome. Two profilers (Reid and Hotch) feeling utterly powerless when their negotiation tactics failed at the worst possible moment. Two men deeply in love with the victims had to witness (in person and through a phone call) the murder of their loved ones. And last but not least, our dear team doing their best to help their team mates, only to be remembered again that sometimes their best is not enough, no matter how important the case is in a personal level to them all.
'Zugzwang' may not have been Criminal Minds best episode to date (the title still belongs to '100' for all the reasons already pointed to, and its brilliant and inventive storytelling too), but once again, thanks to Breen Frazier created characters (both, Maeve - played by Beth Riesgraf - and Diane - played by Michelle Trachtenberg - came from his “diabolical” mind), we have enjoyed an arc with interesting, powerful and well painted characters, forced to play with marked cards and little space to make good choices, that leaves us expectant to see how its happenings will impact future episodes and more importantly, how they will affect Reid.
We give this episode a 9/10
~~~~ Merlin and Sir Elyan The White
~~~~ Merlin and Sir Elyan The White
Wednesday, January 30, 2013
by Hudson Morgan
Jeanne Tripplehorn on terrific timing, cast chemistry and terrorizing tween girls
Is there better proof of the circle of life than the fact that Jeanne Tripplehorn—who first steamed her way into movie theaters as a sexy police shrink in Basic Instinct—is returning to the world of chasing psychos? This fall, the Emmy-nominated actress gets her badge as a profiler on Criminal Minds, the popular FBI procedural entering its eighth season on CBS. A lot has happened in the 20 years between these two roles, both on-screen (she’s been in everything from The Firm to Sliding Doors to HBO’s multiwifer Big Love) and off (she married actor Leland Orser and had a son, now 10). The Juilliard-trained actress, 49, even flashed her funny bone earlier this year as Dermot Mulroney’s ex-wife on New Girl, so you can pretty much forget the old Hollywood triple threat: these days it’s called Tripple-horn.
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Tuesday, January 29, 2013
Are we going to see Beth again this season on Criminal Minds? — Ashley
ADAM: That's the plan. Barring a scheduling conflict with Scandal, Bellamy Young will be back in the same episode...to read more go to TVGuide