The X-Files (1999) – Agua Mala, and Monday

There’s something in the water! Mulder (David Duchovny) and Scully (Gillian Anderson) head to Florida in the middle of a hurricane at the behest of the man who discovered the x-files, Arthur Dales (Darren McGavin) because he’s had reports of a monster in the water that is attacking people. Written by David Amann, the episode…

Chuck (2011) – Versus the First Bank of Evil, and Versus the A-Team

The wedding is drawing closer, and Morgan’s (Joshua Gomez) hunt for his own place continues, but Chuck (Zachary Levi) and Sarah (Yvonne Strahovski) are working with Vivian Volkoff (Lauren Cohan) to access her father’s accounts in a bank in Macao. Chuck Versus the First Bank of Evil was written by Henry Alonso Myers and Craig…

The X-Files (1994) – Lazarus, and Young at Heart

Trouble finds its way into Scully’s (Gillian Anderson) life again this week in Lazarus. Written by Alex Gansa and Howard Gordon, it first aired on 4 February, 1994. Scully is working a bank robbery job with another agent, and former boyfriend, Agent Jack Willis (Christopher Allport). When the arrest goes wrong and both the suspect…

Heat (1995) – Michael Mann

I continue my time with Ten Bad Dates With De Niro, as I explore a list of Ten Scenes Where Shouty Al Shows Up, and yes, Pacino does yell a lot in this movie, but it is also a masterful epic that, for the first time, saw Al Pacino and Robert De Niro sharing scenes…

Magnum, p.i. (1986) – One Picture is Worth & Straight and Narrow

  Thomas (Tom Selleck)┬ácomes to the aid of a deaf painter, Linda Andrews (Stephanie Dunnam) in the first episode this week. One Picture is Worth originally aired 8 October, 1986, and was written by James L. Novack. Linda is a witness to a bank robbery that saw four people killed, but when the murderer, Jack…

The Getaway (1972) – Sam Peckinpah

  The combination of the names Sam Peckinpah and Steve McQueen on this entry of the 101 Action Movies told me I would be getting something awesome, and The Getaway did not disappoint. And let’s just get this out-of-the-way, Ali MacGraw looks amazing in this film. I’ve always been a Steve McQueen fan, and my…