Person of Interest 04×09 ‘The Devil You Know’: Invictus maneo

SO INTENSE.
How was that not the fall finale?! Both major cliffhangers from last week’s ‘Point of Origin‘ seemed to have brought Team Machine to an impasse with both their adversaries that would have set up a hiatus perfectly. However, it seems like we will get another episode or two of Person of Interest before the holidays. Incase you forgot Shaw’s cover is blown and Elias’s number came up. Prepare yourself for the most intense episode yet, let’s jump into “The Devil You Know.” Read the rest at gottawatchit.com…

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REVIEW: The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1

If we burn, you burn with us


DIRECTED BY: Francis Lawrence
WRITTEN BY: Danny Strong & Peter Craig
STARRING: Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, Liam Hemsworth, Woody Harrelson, Donald Sutherland, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Julianne Moore, Willow Shields, Sam Claflin, Elizabeth Banks, Mahershala Ali, Jena Malone, Jeffrey Wright, Natalie Dormer & Stanley Tucci

SYNOPSIS: After Katniss Everdeen (Jennifer Lawrence) destroys the games, she finds herself in District 13: an underground militant district led by President Coin (Julianne Moore). Coin and Plutarch try to convince Katniss to become the Mockingjay, the symbol for rebellion, but she is preoccupied with rescuing Peeta (Josh Hutcherson) from the grasp of the Capitol.


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Hawaii Five-0 05×08 ‘Ka Hana Malu’: Money isn’t everything

After taking a week off, this week’s Hawaii Five-0 revolves around the murder of bankrupt couple who leave behind their children and a hefty life insurance policy. Between the kids, friends, lawyer and former clients everyone has a motive: money. Meanwhile Aunt Deb comes back to the island for the first time since her cancer diagnosis with some rather exciting news that leads Steve on a new investigation. This episode has everything we love from the chases and gunfights to the deeper family moments with all the McDanno banter in between. Five-0 is on the case in “Ka Hana Malu.” Read the rest at gottawatchit.com…

Scandal 04×09 ‘Where the Sun Dont Shine’: Fall finale fiasco

Damn you Shonda Rhimes.

Between the twists on Scandal and How to Get Away with Murder I need two apples on Thursday to keep the doctor away. So I really don’t know where to start because this episode went all over the place. The Winslow Scandal, the Rowan Scandal and the West Angola Scandal have all merged into a giant kerfuffle of information that had both my heart and head hurting. Be warned that the train of thought will go all over the place and nothing will seem coherent. Enjoy! Let’s get to it, onto “Where the Sun Don’t Shine!” Read the rest at gottawatchit.com…

Person of Interest 04×08 ‘Point of Origin’: Angler found a match

Despite the cliffhanger of last week’s ‘Honor Among Thieves‘, Person of Interest is all about Reese as he follows the number of a cadet at the police academy. Meanwhile Dominic is setting up his plan to topple Elias, and Samaritan is hot on Shaw’s tail with the help of Martine. This episode takes every storyline from this season and flips them on their heads with two jaw-dropping cliffhangers that are NOT to be missed. No more introduction, let’s jump into “Point of Origin.” Read the rest at gottawatchit.com…

Scandal 04×08 ‘The Last Supper’: All of the affairs

The bugging of Elizabeth’s phone leaves her looking over her shoulder while the Three Musketeers decide on their plan to capture the elusive Rowan. Meanwhile Quinn continues to follow the Winslow case, an assassination attempt is made on the Vice President and Mellie rekindles a lost flame. With everything coming together before next week’s Fall Finale, Scandal shows how its web of intricate stories somehow come together in larger conspiracy filled with affairs at every turn. Clients are plenty and friends are few in the world of politics. Let’s get to it, onto “The Last Supper!” Read the rest at gottawatchit.com…

REVIEW: Big Hero 6

Fist Bump *Bata-lata-lata-la*


DIRECTED BY: Don Hall & Chris Williams
WRITTEN BY: Jordan Roberts, Daniel Gerson & Robert L. Baird
STARRING: Scott Adsit, Ryan Potter, Daniel Henney, T.J. Miller, Jamie Chung, Damon Wayans Jr, Genesis Rodriguez, James Cromwell, Alan Tudyk & Maya Rudolph

SYNOPSIS: An unlikely duo of robotics genius Hiro Hamada (Ryan Potter) and his robot companion Baymax (Scott Adsit) team up with their friends to form Big Hero 6, a group of high-tech heroes who seek to bring justice to those responsible for their friend’s demise.


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