Tag Archive: Haruma Miura

Jan 18 2013

Bloody Monday – Episode 4 (Review)

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BLOODY MONDAY Episode 4 Review by David Cirone SUMMARY Maya double-crosses Hoshou, shooting her in the arm. “Now you can go back to being a spy,” she leers before making her getaway. Hoshou leaves Falcon next to Kano’s body and speeds back to THIRD-i. As she bandages her wounded arm, we get a flashback of …

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Jan 08 2013

From Me to You (Review)

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From Me to You Review by Jen Wang In a way From Me to You, known in Japan as Kimi ni Todoke, is a typical popular guy-meets-shy girl story. Sawako Kuwanuma (Mikako Tabe) grew up with the misfortune of looking like Sadako from The Ring. She is actually a sweet young girl, but her social …

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Jan 03 2013

Bloody Monday – Episode 3 (Review)

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BLOODY MONDAY Episode 3 Review by David Cirone SUMMARY Maya doesn’t buy Falcon’s story, and she pulls a gun on him. Before she can pull the trigger, she’s shot through the open window by a nearby THIRD-i sniper. Seems like Falcon pulled some cell-phone trickery to bring THIRD-i to the scene, and they take the …

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Dec 18 2012

Bloody Monday – Episode 2 (Review)

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BLOODY MONDAY Episode 2 Review by David Cirone SUMMARY The shopping mall gas bomb is revealed to be a fake, used to measure Third-i’s response tactics. To tighten the screws on Falcon even more, the terrorists kidnap Haruka (again), this time attaching her to another gas bomb. Could this one be the real thing? THIRD-i …

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Dec 03 2012

Bloody Monday – Episode 1 (Review)

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BLOODY MONDAY Episode 1 Review by David Cirone SUMMARY Bloody Monday wants to be 24 really, really badly. Fans of the Kiefer Sutherland’s thriller series will instantly recognize counter-terrorism unit THIRD-i’s split-level concrete and glass command center, the series’ slick production design, and yes– even a Janeane Garofalo look-alike. Just like 24, the plot is …

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