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Absolutely love this series! Loved that Logan and Veronica finally got married. I'm hoping if they do a season 5, Veronica will always have a secret angel looking over her shoulder, which is actually Logan. Logan's employers set the car bomb up, as he had to go completely undercover and it was no longer safe for him to come back home. He married her so she knew he truly loved her, that if he could have stayed, that he would love to have wanted a regular life with kids, all of it. The therapist also works for the government and is the way they know she's not looking for him. That she believed the bomb killed him. In the meantime, I think Duncan should reappear. The FBI friend also is a way for the government to know Veronica hasn't figured out Logan is still alive.
A movie that didn't make me care what happened. Plot too slow. Acting nothing much. Didn't hate it, but that's about it.
I loved this movie, it is as great as the TV show, of the same name.
The finale of season 1 is a joke. Veronica had been a collective smart girl the whole season. And the final scene where Aaron was hiding in her car, she was calm enough to crash her car to knock her out and that car crash also made her stupid. She ran into the only house on the road, screaming, banging on the door, throwing stones at the windows trying to get whoever inside's attention also Aaron'sI thought the smart way was to be quiet and hide. Totally bipolar and it just doesn't make sense. Bad writing really.
Great plot an unexpected twists. Still excellent!
A good dose of Veronica Mars in a nice tightly wrapped movie.
An interesting cinematic entry into the detective genre that gives a sample of the small screen private investigating prowess of its lead and her corruptible home town to the big screen.
Fitting and perfect!
It's was a good show. Seriously though how in the world does Kristen Bell a 39 year old pull off being a 17 year old girl. She's fab.
Enjoyed Kristen Bell's acting, and the snappy writing that makes this a modern film noire. However agree that its mainly intended as a reunion for the fans of the TV show.