After the bloodbath that was “Shot All to Hell,” this week’s “Kill the Messenger” moved around the pieces of Justified even more on the playing field of Harlan. A lot of side characters and superfluous plots were washed away last week (in blood), so th more
Justified has always excelled at using its Elmore Leonardian roots in telling stories of bad guys turning on each other.
On Justified Season 5 Episode 5 the series played that card perfectly on two different occasions - and in two very different fa more
How do you know you're watching a Justified episode that's action-packed even by Justified 's standards? When a supporting character sums up everything that's happened — at the halfway point.
"The dominoes have fallen," says Ava Crowder more
It was guns guns guns as bodies dropped all over Harlan County this week in a great episode. Read More...
In this week's episode of Justified , things happen fast, that's for sure. But things also slow down to such incredibly tense stand-offs that you have trouble remembering to breathe.
Pay-offs are had, and after wondering whether or not I was s more
This week’s Justified cleared out a lot of superfluous characters – which was good. But, it also left me wondering why we needed them in the first place. The Haitian took a shotgun blast to the chest, the Sheriff was assassinated over breakfast, Boyd mu more
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews "Shot All to Hell," the February 4 episode of FX's "Justified," an extra-long installment in which many bodies drop. Read More...
Man, if that first five minutes of the episode didn't get you, I don't know what will.
It's episode 5 of the season, which means it's time for heads to roll and butts to get in gear, and boy did they. That first tense scene between Boyd and Lee set a more