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Submitted by alycakes 974d ago | review

Justified: "When the Guns Come Out" IGN Review

IGN:
Tanner shoots up Boyd's clinic and all heck breaks loose in this thriller.

"When the Guns Come Out" had a brutal opening and it was awesome. Two addicts attempted to sex up a doctor running Boyd's oxy clinic when Tanner (and a dude who looks like Dickie Bennett but isn't?) rolled in with a huge-ass shotgun and blew a couple of people away. The angles were distinct: A few low ones in quasi-slow-mo helped set the scene as scary, and my goodness it was. The juxtaposition between the light and frivolous fun in the doctor's office and the terror and chaos of Tanner's actions was set up perfectly. Tanner's got a scary-looking scowl, doesn't he? For the first time this season, a murder caused directly by a character of meaning was as scary as it should have been. We witnessed it all from the perspective of Ella May, one of the junkies who happened to be hiding under the desk while the whole thing went down and survived. She's also a prostitute who happened to run into Raylan last season. (Justified, TV) 8/10

alycakes  +   975d ago
Raylan just can't get a break...can he? I think things are going to get much much worse before they get any better and he need to start focusing on that and not his private life so much or someone is going to catch him off guard.

Last night's episode was getting pretty intense and I had no idea who had started it all until almost the very end..it was a surprise...now we just wait and see what happens now.

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