I like how they kept the resurrection as the only supernatural event and let normal drama unfolds around it. . Unlike other shows that teases the audience with ridiculous special effects or monsters and aliens, there's no need for an explanation for the resurrection to enjoy this show. That's how good the first episode is.
I have way too many favorites, but probably the ones that actually mean something to me would be: . Wizard of Oz (Seen this movie 500+ times). Spirited Away (I really connected to this movie as a kid and to this day I still have every line memorized). Pans Labyrinth . Cloud Atlas (Absolutely loved this move, it deserved more recognition than it got). and. Across The Universe (Favorite musical)
Those bloody walkers are really beginning to bother me, I can't even stand the sounds they make before we actually see them. Guess that's a sign the show is doing what it's supposed to do. Good episode 9/10
I was very impressed when I found out that Kirk Cameron, the guy who plays Caleb, actually didn't kiss his co-star at the end. That was his real wife that he kissed. It shows that even in the basic making of this movie, they were honoring a marriage relationship and that is one of the biggest testimonies ever. I have a lot of respect for Kirk Cameron because of that. This movie was brilliantly made with enough humor to make you laugh, suspense to keep you on the edge of your seat, love to warm your heart, heartbreak to make you cry, and positive ratings to make you watch it.
Just watched the finale. This series did something I can't remember the last time it happened. I had no idea where it was going to end. It was absolutely amazing. I never saw it coming. The place it happened was amazing. I can't recommend this enough.
Have saw some of the 1st season of Kentucky Justice, just didn't know if there are more episodes in season 1 and need 2nd season newest episodes. 2nd season of Shelby as well & the most recent season and episodes of Cops. I would greatly appreciate it. Thank You Linkers
Guys, going into the film, it really helps to understand that the "angel of justice" is supposed to be interpreted literally (or even God himself), with the "woman in white" being a demon (or possibly the Devil). It makes for a more interesting experience.