CRIMINAL MINDS: SUSPECT BEHAVIOR “Devotion” Review

Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior "Devotion", Season 1 Episode 6 – Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior had possibly it’s most disturbing opening yet this week with "Devotion". Granted this is only the sixth episode, but still this is possibly the best opening in terms of gut-wrenching loss that was done so well by the original Criminal Minds.

Speaking of the original Criminal Minds, the way that that show originally set itself apart from the rest of the crime procedurals at the time it originally debuted was that every episode was very specific as to exactly what kind of killer they were dealing with. They used actual terminology to describe the psychology behind the killers, they used examples of actual murderers to demonstrate, and they did that cheesy "Changing backgrounds" trick to illustrate their profiles. This show, on the other hand, basically just has Forest Whitaker acting all creepy when he’s getting into the mind of the killer. Even though he overacts the heck out of these scenes, it really doesn’t compare to what the original show did to differentiate it from other procedurals. Read More...

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