The Life Inside

// June 29th, 2019 // David Helpling, Jon Jenkins
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3 Responses to “The Life Inside”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Just keeps getting better! I didn’t hesitate pre-ordering the second season. I immediately bought the first season DVD’s when they were available. I want to be able to watch these shows over and over the next few years. As an East Tennessean, I can identify with some of the mannerisms and characters that are set in Kentucky and the Southern U.S. The strength of “Justified” is that any one of the characters can stand on their own regardless of whether they are appearing frequently or just for one or two episodes. The…

  2. Anonymous says:

    Good Cleansing and Expecting a Redemption This second season does not bring the big surprise we could have expected. The Bennett family who have been controlling Harlan County for two or three generations, this Bennett family being in the hands of the mother, with no father available, but with three sons the mother uses as her direct servants and hit men, let’s say slaves in crime because that is what it is, this family,has to come to an end one day and generally it happens with a lot of pain and suffering.Why does it have…

  3. Anonymous says:

    A strong second season The first season of FX’s Justified breathed some fresh air into the tired TV crime genre. The exploits of Elmore Leonard’s character U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens in his home town of Harlan in Kentucky proved that strong writing and dialogue can drive a show just as much (if not better than) non-stop action and gunfights. Justified’s second season continues this trend, and while I think it falters a bit it proves to be just as engaging and watchable as the first run.This second season…

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