Sunday, June 3, 2012

Longmire Season 1 Episode 1 - Premiere

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Another TV show in our midst again and it is hot as the news are getting in to it. This is another exciting offering from the A&E network and I think they have prepared for this to hit the charts. Have you seen a cowboy lately? Read the preview of the pilot episode below.

A contemporary police acting piece set in the Vast Sky nation where Wyoming meets Montana, "Longmire" stars Robert Taylor as Sheriff Walt Longmire, a wounded man who habitually concedes that he's lost a stride or a few, but is resolved to turn his existence around.

Still grieving for his wife a year when her demise, Walt is challenged by a younger representative, Limb (Bailey Pursue), who sets his sights on Walt's work. Katee Sackhoff ("Battlestar Galactica") stars as Vic, a loquacious unique appointee willing to remind Walt that Wyoming is positive contrasting from Philadelphia. Her chatterbox identity is an ideal impede for Walt's taciturnity. Notwithstanding wouldn't you know that while she's rattling on, he's profound in thought with his eyes peeled, searching for the following sign.

"Longmire" is a thoughtful secret arrangement on account of it permits you to view Walt's mind grinding away—even as he's hopping to the wrong finish. At one indicate, a witness embroils "the Indian" working at a nearby bar in a wrongdoing, advancing Walt to suspect his old associate, Henry Standing Bear (Lou Precious stone Phillips), before ensuing occasions and unique confirmation redirect Walt and the crowd on a surer way.

Offering staggering mountain landscape, "Longmire" is spare and guaranteed. Notwithstanding in the custom of the Western, it’s an acting piece determined to ground that is questioned by "the white man" and the Local Americans living on nearby reservations.

I have a sensation viewers would like to stay around for the first flavor's 10 scenes—from the beginning for the landscape. Then they would like to see how Walt makes peace with an uprising in his particular branch, with a threatening reservation and, beyond any doubt, with himself.

For those keeping score, "Longmire" is the most cutting-edge Hollywood offering to throws an Australian performing artist (Taylor) as an unyielding-willed American element. Perhaps Tony Soprano was right. Hollywood doesn't make (or throws) Gary Coopers any more.

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