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.
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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...
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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 »