Cold Case


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7.6| TV-14| en| More Info
Released: 28 September 2003 Canceled
Producted By: Jerry Bruckheimer Films
Country: United States of America
Budget: 0
Revenue: 0
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The Philadelphia homicide squad's lone female detective finds her calling when she is assigned cases that have never been solved. Detective Lilly Rush combines her natural instincts with the updated technology available today to bring about justice for all the victims she can.


Drama, Crime, Mystery

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GazerRise Fantastic!
XoWizIama Excellent adaptation.
Sharkflei Your blood may run cold, but you now find yourself pinioned to the story.
Geraldine The story, direction, characters, and writing/dialogue is akin to taking a tranquilizer shot to the neck, but everything else was so well done.
KBirminghamkid when you look at the crime stats..and then you watch this show,its obvious there is an anti white many cold cases with black opposed to the rampant black crime wave in reality...end of.....maybe fox can do a series on black Channon Christian,Christopher Newsome murders..Eve Carson..Ann Pressly..Lauren Burke..Megan Boken..Emily Haddock...etc....this is part of the mainstream medias deliberate denial and hiding of these and other crimes..and shows such as this carry the deception on.just one point what does the big black guy actually do..would still love to be able to buy it on DVD...for the few episodes that are actually touching..
SnoopyStyle In Philadelphia, Lilly Rush (Kathryn Morris) and Scotty Valens (Danny Pino) are police partners investigating cold cases which have been languishing in storage. Lieutenant John Stillman (John Finn) is their supervisor. They work with fellow detectives Nick Vera (Jeremy Ratchford), Will Jeffries (Thom Barry), and laster Kat Miller (Tracie Thoms).This is a standard police procedural with a twist. The cast is good and relatively stable. Most stayed around for its run of seven seasons. It's a good thing to have that much stability. The group has good chemistry and good balance. Adding younger cast members could have allowed the show to evolve in its later years.The show usually starts in flashback of a crime committed in the past. As the team investigates, we go back and forth in time to discover clues. The cases are not too special. They are usually not too twisted, or too grotesque. It's a good police procedural. Eventually, they did run out of steam.
skipcmail-politics Seriously....what liberal baloney. I watched my first Cold Case tonight and the over all theme had to do with the big bad banker making money on the backs of others. Who writes this junk? Seriously do your homework. There was very little in this tear-jerking hokum that had any truth to it and/or related to truth. Why don't you make a real cold case in which the bad guy is simply a bad guy, without blaming it on his upbringing, others, his employer who fired him, and on and on. Bad guys simply are bad guys. Bad values, bad morals, and evil. They are that way for a variety of reasons.If you want a lesson in screen writing let me know.Probably my last Cold Case.
mrsowenwilson I love this show for several reasons...First,I grew up in Philly. They get the names,places, ethnic backgrounds etc, SPOT ON.The story lines are terrific. Most unusual for a cop show, the majority of their interviews are non-confrontative, leaving the detectives to piece out what happened based on a combination of matching discrepancies, gut instinct, and often the perp's desire to just have it over with after all these years. The music often lends an additional level of sadness and poignancy. I'm not sentimental by nature, but I confess there were several endings that left me in tears, like "The Runner" when Lilly brings back the old addict to the woman whose late husband wanted to adopt her. I tear up just thinking about it.And this may seem an odd point, but it's actually a compliment. Unlike, say, CSI Miami, these people don't look like they just stepped off a modeling shoot. Kathryn Morris is quite pretty, but not so much that it would intimidate your average woman to go get botoxed: she's just naturally cute. Ditto Danny Pino; he's attractive but not to the point where more regular-looking guys wouldn't invite him out for a beer. They also lead more regular lives than most TV characters: a few have or had wives, girlfriends, boyfriends, and kids. In addition to work, they also deal with the same stuff most of us do every day.In short, the show works beautifully and is truly original. Great acting, writing, and consistency. Suurprised no Emmys have come its way.