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'Human Target' 2.04 'The Return of Baptiste' Recap and Review

December 9th, 2010 12:02am EST
Human Target
Ilsa's gone and gotten herself into it again this week. She's in South America looking for her kidnapped friend. Chance is not impressed with this decision. Perhaps in order to keep her from being killed, he decides to step in and help her - even if it means relying on his former colleague turned nemesis, Baptiste (Lennie James), who is not a fan of Cervantes, the guy who's kidnapped Susan Connors.

While Chance goes to Siberia and reluctantly springs Baptiste from his dreary confines - just watch Mark Valley's facial expressions during their initial exchanges and you can see t...
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Review: 'Two Jews On Film' Aren't Thrilled With 'The Next Three Days' (Video)

November 15th, 2010 11:26am EST
Megan Fox
'The Next Three Days' is written and directed by Oscar winner Paul Haggis. Life seems perfect for John Brennan (Russel Crowe) and his wife, Lara (Elizabeth Banks) He's an English teacher at a local community college and they have one son (Ty Simpkins). Their perfect existence quickly changes when Lara gets arrested and charged with murdering her boss. Lara says she didn't do it and of course John believes her. Three years into her sentence, John is still struggling to prove his wife's innocence. With the rejection of their final appeal, Lara becomes suicidal and John decides there i...
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31 Days Of Horror: 'The Walking Dead' (2010)

October 22nd, 2010 10:12am EDT
Andrew Lincoln as Rick Grimes, future maniac
When it was announced that Frank Darabont would be heading up an adaptation of Robert Kirkman’s universally acclaimed comic book series The Walking Dead for AMC, it automatically set the bar unbelievably high. Kirkman’s comic is a lone light of quality in the overexposed zombie genre—bleak and emotionally intense. Darabont directed The Shawshank Redemption, the movie that everyone’s mother just loves, but also won some cult clout with his morbid adaptation of Stephen King’s The Mist. And of course, AMC is the reigning king of the mountain for prime-time drama (and movies you’ve seen a milli...
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'Jericho' Series Finale: Second Time The Charm?

March 26th, 2008 9:04am EDT
Jericho
With "Jericho's" second (and likely final) cancellation announced late last week, this week's season finale has suddenly become a series finale. Thankfully for "Jericho" diehards (and CBS execs certainly know that they are out there), The Powers That Be foresaw this turn of events and filmed two endings for the episode - a cliffhanger and a conclusion. Since the show was cancelled, we received the latter. The only question is - does it satisfy?

The Final Beginning

On to the episode. Jake (Skeet Ulrich) and Hawkins (Lennie James) prepare to journey to Cheyenne in order to reacq...
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'Jericho' Episode Recap: Everybody Hates Goetz

March 12th, 2008 9:22am EDT
DB Sweeney plays Goetz in Jericho
In season two, "Jericho" has fulfilled the promise of an uneven first year and become possibly the most gripping and action-packed hour of prime time television. Of course barely anyone knows that because only about 6 million people are watching. Guess the allure of "Primetime: What Would You Do?" is a little too much.

Sad music = sad times

This week's episode begins with the aftermath of an epic shootout at the Richmond farm that left Bonnie (Shoshannah Stern) dead and Mimi (Alicia Coppola) badly wounded. The mood around town is quite somber, and not even an appearance by t...
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'Jericho' Recap: Shootouts & Mystery Men

March 5th, 2008 10:39am EST
Jericho
The explosive second season of ''Jericho'' continues with yet another gripping installment. Big revelations were made about the conspiracy, certain characters’ eyes were opened, and shootout at the Richmond farm claimed the life of one Jericho citizen. Honestly, what more can you ask for? Well, besides more of bumbling deputy Jimmy (Bob Stephenson) that is.

Revolution!

Could a revolution be brewing in Jericho? Many locals are unhappy with the town administrators put in place by Jennings & Rall, and they are complaining about getting used and abused. Talk quickly turns to the Ameri...
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'Jericho' Episode Recap: Welcoming Back Familiar Faces

February 27th, 2008 8:48am EST
Jericho
The gripping second season of "Jericho" continues as citizens of the beleaguered town are forced to deal with the return of Ravenwood, the mercenary group that nearly invaded Jericho months earlier. This time, Ravenwood is not simply a bloodthirsty rogue unit, shooting and looting across the Midwest. Now they are working for The Allied States of America and the country's doughy faced puppet master, Valente (Daniel Benzali).

Needless to say, Jake (Skeet Ulrich), Eric (Kenneth Mitchell) and company are not very pleased to see the return of Ravenwood or its sadistic leader, Goetz (D.B. ...
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'Jericho' Recap: Decline and Fall of the First Republic

February 20th, 2008 9:44am EST
Jericho
Week two of the "Jericho" revival (one that looks to be short-lived if last week's ratings are any indication) starts off with another riveting recap of the story so far. That's all well and good, but unfortunately it seems that the only people watching the series are the diehard fans from last year, so it doesn't serve much of a purpose. Still cool, though.

Meet the new government

Things start out nice and serene, as Stanley (Brad Beyer) and Mimi (Alicia Coppola) enjoy a quaint breakfast of chocolate chip pancakes (yum-yum) and comment about how calm life has become. Uh-oh. T...
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'Jericho' Season Premiere: New Government, Same Old Jericho

February 13th, 2008 8:54am EST
Jericho
The long-awaited second season of "Jericho" finally premiered, and viewers get to witness the events that transpired after Jake's (Skeet Ulrich) now famous battle cry. It is a well earned victory, one that caused a massive peanut shortage throughout the United States. But enough about the behind-the-scenes drama. What happened on screen? Was it worth the wait?

Where were we?

Things got started with a long but well constructed recap (a recap that was ultimately more exciting than the episode). The recap goes over the basics: 23 American cities destroyed by nuclear weapons. R...
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'Jericho' Season Two Preview: Welcome to the Allied States of America

February 12th, 2008 10:23am EST
Jericho
"Jericho" returns tonight on CBS, 10 p.m. ET. When last we left our intrepid and resourceful post-apocalyptic mid-westerners, they were engaged in an all-out battle with the neighboring town of New Bern. Former mayor Johnston Greene (Gerald McRaney) had died a rather anticlimactic and needless death (as the most beloved character in the series he at least deserved to go out in a blaze of glory).

The tide had turned in favor of New Bern. But would those courageous Jericho folk simply surrender? Would they go quietly into the night? Never! They went back out there, Jake (Skeet Ul...
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Catch More of 'Jericho' Online

November 30th, 2006 11:45am EST
Jericho
As viewers saw last night on CBS, Jericho ended its fall season with a big cliffhanger. But fans don't have to wait until the series returns in February 2007 to get their "Jericho" fix because the mystery continues online at whodroppedthebomb.com. Starting today, fans can enjoy a new super-charged web site with great new features, exclusive footage and insider information:

- Watch full-length "Insiders' Commentary" versions of various episodes featuring comments from the show's producers, writers, directors and actors.

- Tune into original episodes of the online "Jericho" webume...
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