I've begun to feel that every crime procedural on TV must eventually do an homage to the Alfred Hitchcock thriller Strangers On a Train . For Rizzoli & Isles " Partners in Crime " was that episode.
As a Hitchcock fan, I'm not complaining but I just more
This season has been so scattered, I feel. The closing of arcs, the revamping of others, but nothing actually new . It has been feeling like the same joke told over and over; though I will say there have been a few good episodes here and there.
And the hot streak continues! On the latest “Rizzoli & Isles,” we were once again treated to a nifty little mystery in the aptly-titled “Judge, Jury & Executioner.” This was one well-constructed, tightly wound little episode for the most part, with on more
As Rizzoli & Isles winds down to the final few episodes of its fourth season, the cases seem to get more elaborate and the murderer less easily guessed from the start. This week, our heroines were ...
" Judge, Jury, and Executioner "surprised the heck out of me when Angela's financial crisis was taken care of by an unlikely source.
Yes, perhaps it should have been obvious, but I didn't put the pieces together until the very end. Tommy wanting a q more
Cute love interests and fast cars, what else do you need?
What Rizzoli & Isles does well, it does really well. The banter and the wit, the strong female relationship between Jane and Maura that could never be described as catty (a huge pet peeve of more
In the latest episode of “Rizzoli & Isles,” we got an intriguing mix of a “Fast and the Furious” -style set-up, combined with a undercover-cop angle involving one of our main characters, in “Built for Speed.” When a street racer’s car explodes, killin more
Jane and Maura's lives were complicated by three different men in " Built For Speed ." One was a jerk; another was handsome, smart, and nice; while the third had a history of licking faces.
Well, one out of three ain't bad.
Let's start with the more