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Veronica Mars (2014)

  • Rate: 8.1/10 total 4,425 votes 
  • Genre: Comedy | Crime | Drama
  • Release Date: 14 March 2014 (USA)
  • Runtime: 107 min
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Veronica Mars (2014)


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  • IMDb page: Veronica Mars (2014)
  • Rate: 8.1/10 total 4,425 votes 
  • Genre: Comedy | Crime | Drama
  • Release Date: 14 March 2014 (USA)
  • Runtime: 107 min
  • Filming Location: Los Angeles, California, USA
  • Gross: $2,021,000 (USA) (14 March 2014)
  • Director: Rob Thomas
  • Stars: Kristen Bell, Jason Dohring, Enrico Colantoni | See full cast and crew »
  • Original Music By: Josh Kramon (music by)  
  • Soundtrack: All Around and Away We Go
  • Sound Mix: SDDS | Datasat | Dolby Digital
  • Plot Keyword: Detective | Film Noir Style | California | Private Detective | Character Name In Title

Writing Credits By:

  • Rob Thomas (screenplay) &
  • Diane Ruggiero (screenplay)
  • Rob Thomas (story)
  • Rob Thomas (characters)

Known Trivia

  • Was shot in 23 days. Filming began on June 17, 2013 and wrapped on July 23, 2013 at 4:34 AM. Exactly 11 months later after the Kickstarter campaign was launched, on February 12, 2014, the film was finally done on post production. 96 of 96 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • As a result of backing the project on Kickstarter, many Marshmallows (nickname to the Veronica Mars fans) were featured as extras in the movie. Steven Dengler, the top donator, pledged $10000 and won a speaking role in the film. 87 of 87 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • When the idea of Kickstarter emerged, Kristen Bell and Rob Thomas met with the Warner Bros. brass, which gave their blessing to the project and agreed to help distribute the movie. Their reaction was “if you can show there’s enough fan interest to warrant a movie, we’re on board.” And they did, with $5,702,153 pledged of the $2,000,000 goal and 91,585 backers. 76 of 77 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Funded in large part by a campaign on, breaking all of the site’s records up to April, 2013. Some of the accomplishments were: Fastest project to reach $1 million. Fastest project to reach $2 million. All-time highest-funded project in FILM category. Third highest-funded project in Kickstarter history. Most project backers of any project in Kickstarter history. 70 of 71 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Begun filming in the summer of 2013, six years after the original TV series was canceled and almost ten years since the show first premiered. 39 of 39 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • The original idea for the film was written by Rob Thomas and Jennifer Graham, but was scrapped when Thomas finally began writing the script, when he realized that he’d need to tell a different story first: one that brought the characters back together after years apart. The story was later released as a novel called “The Thousand Dollar Tan Line”. 21 of 21 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Kristen Bell gave birth to baby girl Lincoln about 2 or 3 months before filming begun. 49 of 52 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • First production of Warner Bros. Digital Distribution to receive a theatrical release in the United States. 17 of 17 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Almost since Veronica Mars went off the air, there’s been talk of making a movie. Rob Thomas even developed a pitch that revolved around graduation day at Hearst college: Wallace and Mac were graduating, Veronica had been sidetracked by freeing Keith from prison and there was a murder in Neptune that was affecting the beach city’s spring break business. Warner Bros. wasn’t convinced there was enough interest to warrant a major studio-sized movie about Veronica and the project never got off the ground. 34 of 37 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • In one of the shots, a man dressed like a gorilla was needed to dance in the foreground while Kristen Bell and Ken Marino played a scene on a bench. Ryan Hansen had just wrapped his last scene in the film a few hours earlier and was hanging out on set and agreed to do the scene. Rob Thomas and Ryan then decided to prank Kristen and Vinnie, who didn’t know it was Ryan in the gorilla suit. The stint will most likely make the DVD bloopers reel. 45 of 50 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |

Plot: Years after walking away from her past as a teenage private eye, Veronica Mars gets pulled back to her hometown – just in time for her high school reunion – in order to help her old flame Logan Echolls, who's embroiled in a murder mystery. |  »

Story: Years after walking away from her past as a teenage private eye, Veronica Mars gets pulled back to her hometown – just in time for her high school reunion – in order to help her old flame Logan Echolls, who’s embroiled in a murder mystery.


Synopsis: Life has taken Veronica away from Neptune. In the years since spoiling Keith’s chances to be reelected sheriff, Veronica hasn’t taken a case. But something big is about to bring her back home and back to her calling. It is time for Veronicas 10-year high school reunion.


FullCast & Crew

Produced By:

  • Ivan Askwith known as associate producer
  • Kristen Bell known as executive producer
  • Dan Etheridge known as producer
  • Jenny Hinkey known as executive producer
  • Jenny Hinkey known as line producer
  • Joel Silver known as executive producer
  • Danielle Stokdyk known as producer
  • Rob Thomas known as producer

FullCast & Crew:

  • Kristen Bell known as Veronica Mars
  • James Franco known as James Franco
  • Krysten Ritter known as Gia Goodman
  • Amanda Seyfried known as Lilly Kane (archive footage)
  • Gaby Hoffmann known as Ruby Jetson
  • Eden Sher known as Penny
  • Dax Shepard
  • Tina Majorino known as Cindy 'Mac' Mackenzie
  • Jamie Lee Curtis known as Gayle Buckley
  • Jason Dohring known as Logan Echolls
  • Martin Starr known as Lou 'Cobb' Cobbler
  • Justin Long known as Drunken Wingman
  • Julie Gonzalo known as Parker Lee (rumored)
  • Chris Lowell known as Stosh 'Piz' Piznarski
  • Christine Lakin known as Susan Knight
  • Max Greenfield known as Leo D'Amato
  • Jerry O'Connell known as Sheriff Dan Lamb
  • Sam Huntington known as Luke Haldeman
  • Francis Capra known as Eli 'Weevil' Navarro
  • Aaron Ashmore known as Troy Vandergraf (rumored)
  • Ryan Hansen known as Dick Casablancas
  • Kyle Bornheimer known as Heliskier
  • Enrico Colantoni known as Keith Mars
  • Ken Marino known as Vinnie Van Lowe
  • Ryan Lane
  • Percy Daggs III known as Wallace Fennel
  • Daran Norris known as Cliff McCormack
  • Jessica Camacho known as Martina Vasquez
  • Ryan Devlin known as Mercer Hayes
  • Meredith Eaton known as Receptionist
  • Dave Allen known as 60-Year-Old Rocker
  • Christiann Castellanos known as Jade
  • Eddie Jemison known as JC Borden
  • Alex Poncio known as Drunken Canadian
  • Maury Sterling known as Deputy Lyles
  • Kyle Secor known as Jake Kane
  • Brandon Hillock known as Deputy Sacks
  • Harvey Levin known as Himself
  • Amanda Noret known as Madison Sinclair
  • Nora Sakal known as Ferocious Girl
  • Steven Dengler known as Waiter
  • Dorian Kingi known as Vapid Tool
  • Lisa Thornhill known as Celeste Kane
  • Kevin Sheridan known as Sean Friedrich
  • Benjamin Franczuszki known as Logan in College
  • Patrick Cox known as Bouncer
  • Adam Johnson known as Low Rent D.J.
  • Andrea Estella known as Carrie Bishop
  • Helen Slayton-Hughes
  • Sean McNabb known as Biker
  • Ira Glass known as Himself
  • Duane Daniels known as Van Clemmons
  • Adam Hart known as Deputy #1
  • Jeremy Fitzgerald known as Roid Tale
  • Matthew Arkin known as Doctor
  • Ingo Neuhaus known as Beefy Deputy
  • Geoff Pilkington known as Valet Attendant
  • Filip Watermann known as Biker
  • Charles Latibeaudiere known as Himself
  • Jonathan Chesner known as Corny
  • Manuel Schwarz known as Biker
  • Mario Ardila Jr. known as Punk #1
  • Jessica Knight known as News Reporter
  • Larry Bates known as Leonard March
  • Robert Hallak known as Reporter #2
  • Alejandro Escovedo known as Grungy Busker
  • Joshua Lassman known as The Beautiful People
  • Jon Maxwell known as Biker
  • Akiko Morison known as Mrs. Quan (as Akiko Ann Morison)
  • Melissa Gomez known as Dancer (uncredited)



Supporting Department

Art Department:
  • Jason Bartolone known as general foreman
  • Timothy Burgard known as storyboard artist
  • Amina Allean Dieye known as set decorating buyer
  • Sean Langdon known as gang boss
  • Ray Maxwell known as construction foreman
  • Tomas Sallvin known as construction coordinator
  • E. Colleen Saro known as prop master




Production Companies:

  • Warner Bros. Digital Distribution (presents) (as Warner Bros. Digital)
  • Spondoolie Productions
  • Rob Thomas Productions

Other Companies:

  • Chapman/Leonard Studio Equipment  camera dollies (uncredited)
  • Codex Digital  digital recording equipment
  • Institution Post  vfx facility
  • Kickstarter  crowd funding
  • L.A. Casting Group  extras casting
  • Modern VideoFilm  post-production facilities (digital intermediate)
  • Pace Pictures  titles and opticals
  • Pivotal Post  Avid HD Editing Equipment
  • WaterTower Music  soundtrack


  • Warner Bros. (2014) (Germany) (theatrical)
  • Warner Bros. (2014) (USA) (theatrical)
  • Warner Bros. Digital Distribution (2014) (worldwide) (all media)



Other Stuff

Special Effects:

  • Pace Pictures

Visual Effects by:

  • Dave Isaac Santos Abuel known as digital compositor
  • Jacob Eaton known as visual effects coordinator
  • Sarah Maloney known as vfx producer: The Institution Post (as Sarah Mihalec)
  • Gary Oldroyd known as visual effects supervisor
  • Jonathan Podwil known as digital matte painter
  • Renée Reizman known as visual effects coordinator: Drawn by the Light
  • Chris B. Schnitzer known as director of visual effects (uncredited)
  • Scott Stokdyk known as visual effects consultant (uncredited)

MPAA: Rated PG-13 for sexuality including references, drug content, violence and some strong language



Filmography links and data courtesy of The Internet Movie Database

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  1. jedispyder from Cincinnati, OH
    17 Mar 2014, 5:00 am

    This is one of the most satisfying movies I have ever seen! Then again,I am a bit biased since I helped back the movie on Kickstarter.

    I was a huge fan of the show when it was on the air and was ecstatic tohear about the movie. It's been almost a year and we finally have it!It was well worth the wait and the contribution to the Kickstartercampaign.

    For the first few minutes of the movie, there is a slight recap of theTV show featuring clips with a voice over by Veronica Mars. This isused not only as an introductory piece for new watchers but also a walkdown memory lane for the fans.

    As expected, there were plenty of "inside jokes" that were casuallythrown out in dialog. What was brilliant, though, was the fact thatthey weren't obvious. They blended with normal conversation and werejust added bonuses for the fans and for new watchers it was justanother example of how great the dialog was. You don't need anybackground information about the show to watch this, you won't be leftin the dark with the inside jokes.

    The movie is self-contained but leaves space for a sequel in one formor another. Characters grow and change during the movie, so it's notjust a movie to have a movie.

    Characters from the show are brought back but not in a pushy sort ofway. It is a large cast but everyone has a proper place. You don't haveanybody from the show return for a only second, everyone gets good facetime without it being overwhelmed.

    Overall, I highly recommend this move to anyone.

  2. iciclespark from Canada
    17 Mar 2014, 5:00 am

    I've opted to go spoiler-free in this review because ultimately, I'mnot writing to persuade existing fans. We're Marshmallows; we'vealready planned out how to see this film. No, I'm talking to theKristen Bell fan who maybe saw an episode or two, or the completeVeronica Mars virgin mulling it over.

    The Kickstarter element of this film not only established that Warnerwas dead wrong about a lack of interest in this film, but it also addeda further level of creative obligation for writer Rob Thomas. Fans paidfor the film, and with that came certain expectations about its plot.Let's get this out of the way now: Thomas delivers the film that fansdeserve, without skimping on the mystery element. Lingering questionsfrom the series are answered (some blatantly, some subtly). Belovedcharacters are back, including the smaller roles that made the seriesmemorable (Deputy Sacks; Leo D'Amato; Corny).

    One of the strong points of the film is dialogue. Characters feel trueto themselves. The quips and banter that defined the Keith-Veronicadynamic are in full effect. The film is peppered with in-jokes andself-referential giggles that flow in conversation and don't confusethose not in the know (mentions of Kickstarter and the FBI earnedparticularly loud chuckles in the theatre). The dialogue of VeronicaMars was always one of its highlights, and it was a happy homecoming.

    As to the mystery of the film, it's more layered than a standardepisode without becoming so tangled as to be deterring for a new viewerwith no background knowledge of the show. For those who did see theseries, I liken it to the complexity of the Dean O'Dell case,streamlined due to the lack of "case of the week" action getting in theway. Although, don't be fooled: the major mystery isn't the only actionthe Mars family sees in the film. That said, if you're used to Thomas'style, you will probably spot the evildoer fairly readily if you'reactively looking for clues along the way, but the final reveal of themotive will still be a surprise.

    Cameos are used to hilarious effect. My favourite was Dax Shepard,although several stood out along the way.

    For newcomers to the world of Neptune, the film is a great way to divein and savour the seedy, noir world. For those beaming with PiratePride, it's a worthy successor to the series and a real reunion. Myonly gripe is insufficient time with Wallace, Mac and Weevil, but I dounderstand that budget played a role in that and firmly blame Warnerfor it.

    A long time ago, we used to be friends… and the cast has brought iton.

    (Word to the wise: there are three very good reasons to stick it outthrough the entire credits, especially if you are a fellow Backer.)

  3. RockyMtnVideo from Evergreen, CO
    17 Mar 2014, 5:00 am

    Rob (and Diane) would seem to have had a difficult task in writingthis. How to tie two threads together, over such a huge jump in time,how to craft a plot that accounted for things like the season fourtrailer, and how to make it all feel seamless. I recently re-watchedall three seasons on Amazon, and I can only say that when I watched themovie, I felt like I was "home", and that all that lost time justdidn't exist.

    I can't imagine anyone who enjoyed the series, not fully enjoying thiseffort (and wishing that it would somehow "go on"). I would hope thatit would have the potential of pulling in a larger audience, but thatis more difficult to judge, having been a fan to begin with. I thoughtthe series was super well written, many notches above a lot of other TVdribble, and had a killer cast to boot, so I was always amazed that itdidn't get the numbers that one would have expected.

    As with the series, the script is dripping with wit, both fromVeronica, and also (as others have already mentioned) in references toevents from the series. Newcomers might not pick up on some of it, butthey would also not be distracted by any if it either. Thosereferential bits simply provide a few more "smile moments" for the restof us, but are not required to follow or enjoy the story.

    If you get off on action movies, with dialog written for 10-year olds,then you probably need to skip this film. If you enjoy well craftedscripts, with intelligent dialog, and with a love triangle and murdermystery thrown in to drive the plot, then even if you never watched theseries, I would expect that you would still enjoy this film. You mighteven get hooked enough to find yourself streaming the series (all inHD, by the way), to find out what you missed, the first time around.

    For the everyone else, who's simply been in "can't wait" mode for thelast year, wondering if this great, ensemble cast could actually pullthis off, and "be" those characters that you have missed. The answer isa resounding "yes".

  4. hcir1969
    17 Mar 2014, 5:00 am

    I was quite upset and disappointed when the series was canceled back in2004. It was one of my favorite shows, and I fervently believed (andstill fervently believe) that it was canceled well before it shouldhave been. When I heard that a movie was being made, I immediatelybecame one of its many Kickstarter backers. Now, the movie is areality, and I am happy to say that Rob and his cast and crew did notdisappoint. The movie embodies everything that made the series as greatas it was. Wit, sarcasm and noir story-lines abound, giving this thefeel of a Veronica Mars season finale episode (without a cliffhanger).The reason I say that it is bittersweet, is because the movie is areminder of what should have been, and, while watching the movie, Icould not help but feel those pangs of sadness that I felt when theseries was canceled. This was ameliorated, however, by the satisfactionI felt with the final product. It is my sincere hope that this could bethe genesis of a new age for Veronica Mars resulting in more movies, oreven another run of the series.

  5. captaincameron from Tampa, Florida
    17 Mar 2014, 5:00 am

    I'm a big V. Mars fan. I converted my wife. We've anticipated thismovie and had high expectations. These expectations have now beendashed. I always click the "might contain spoilers" option but Iactually try not to include them in reviews, and I will try to avoidthem here. That being said, Rob Thomas owes us an apology. This moviecould not have stood on its own–he had to assume that everyone knewwho the main characters were. As for new characters, there was zerodevelopment. And as you can tell by looking at the cast, they broughtback a good number of the regulars. For no apparent reason, mostly.Character X pops up, has a few lines, then is gone. Fortunately, thereis a story line–a good mystery (go figure) and that part did notdisappoint. But otherwise, it was not worth the wait. If there arevideo game fans reading this, the best analogy I can make is waitingten years after Diablo 2 for Diablo 3 to come out, and then what a crapfest that was. If you want to complete your Veronica Mars collection,certainly buy this when it comes out on DVD, but save your money anddon't bother going to the theater for this one.

  6. AgustaBeata from Sweden
    17 Mar 2014, 5:00 am

    I start by saying that I am really, really sorry for my awful English,it's not my first language. I have been in a war with my spell-checkand it won. My choice was keeping Swedish as the language for spellingor throwing the computer out the window. I decided that horribleEnglish cost less than a new computer…besides spell-check doesnothing on bad grammar so 😉

    With that out of the way, here's my review: I am a marshmallow, andVeronica Mars is my favorite show of all times. I was one of the fansthat wanted a movie from the start, but as the years passed, I gave upon that idea and I was surprised when I saw that there was one on theway because I missed everything about the kick-start-thing. I reallylooked forward to it, but I tried to keep my expectation low becausemovies this long after can go either way. Still, I rented it online assoon as it was possible and was hoping to be able to give this moviethe 10 stars the show have gotten from me, but unfortunately not.

    I loved parts of it, the first hour took me like 2,5 hours to getthrough because of my constant rewinding to see the the hilarious andgood scenes over and over. Veronica was brilliant as ever, I loved allthe scenes with Mac, Wallace, Weevil, Dick and Piz. I have always beena big fan of Piz – even if I didn't want him as a love-interest forVeronica – and I thought that he was even better in the movie. I lovedKeith as always, I loved the familiar faces and some of the cameos, andeven if I loved to hate Don Lamb – when they killed him of was one ofthe worst parts of season 3 – they got a great replacement in his olderbrother. I loved the reunion and of course all the snark and all thejokes, because that's what's made me fell in love with the show fromthe beginning. So that part of the movie was way over my expectationsand I was pleasantly surprised.

    But as my voting shows, I was disappointed in other parts of the movie.The murder-plot was uninteresting, I figured it out almost from thestart. My only reaction was "not Dick as a suspect again". Thankfullythey didn't really made him a suspect which was the only good thingabout the whole thing. As I wrote before, I loved most of the firsthour or so, but the last half-hour was boring IMHO. I didn't like thesub-plot with Weevil and Celeste Kane and I didn't like what happenedto Sacks and the fact that the movie left so many unanswered questions.It's to obvious that they are angling for a sequel or spin-off orsomething. In a way I have more questions now than after the end of theshow.

    I haven't mentioned Logan. Dohring was excellent as always, but becauseof the storyline we got the surly and depressed Logan. I understandthat, but I still missed the more snarky and fun Logan. It's naturalthat he wasn't because after all, he was accused of murder but still, Ilove him when he is snarky 😀

    The whole love-triangle thing was to predictable. One of the firstthings I said after seeing the last ep of the series was "It didn't endwith LoVe so if they ever get a movie or the show get another chance,the first thing they are going to do is getting those two together".And even if I was a big LoVe-shipper in the first two seasons, inseason 3 I was so tired of it and I didn't even think they where thatgood for each-other. But nine years have past so who knows, maybe theirepic love-story will last this time. Still predictable and I would havepreferred that Veronica ended up with nobody.

    So summary: There is parts I love and I'm going to watch again andagain, There is parts that makes me laugh, there is parts that is alet-down, there is parts that where predictable and there is parts thatbored me. But I was happy to get a trip down memory-lane, and I thankthe really "obsesed" marshmallows out there for that. I hope they aretotally in love with the movie, because after all, it was thanks tothem the movie was made. I really wish I could give the movie morestars, I wanted to love it the whole way through, but the end draggedit down for me and when the credits rolled I felt a kind of sadnessthat I can't explain. I liked that Veronica stayed in Neptune though,it's where she belongs and normal is not the watchword for VeronicaMars!

  7. nickyta18 from Argentina
    17 Mar 2014, 5:00 am

    This movie is AMAZING. Through the Rob Thomas' smart dialogues and theactors, who were born to play their characters, Veronica Mars comesalive once more, this time on the big screen. As a Marshmellow myself,I noticed a lot of little things related to the series that have beenincluded in the movie, which makes the experience of watching it evenmore satisfactory. I was pleasantly surprised by the many characters(main and secondary) who used to be in the series that make anappearance in the movie. But I could also see, that someone who isinterested in watching the film without watching the series first, cando that without any problem. The film provides them with all theinformation that is needed to understand the plot and who is who. Theplot is super interesting, mixing very dark moments with funny ones(especially with the many cameos). This comedic-drama style of thestory is one of the things that made the show great and I was very gladto find out that this has been kept in the movie. The sarcasm andfrankness of Veronica are still there, she's still the same person;years have gone by, her career and other things have changed, but she'sstill the same Veronica that we used to love and admire in the series.So, the long wait is over. The people who used to watch the showfinally get some closure; and for the people who watch this moviewithout any previous background of the story, it is just the beginning:it is a great introduction to the Veronica Mars universe.

  8. danew13 from United States
    17 Mar 2014, 5:00 am

    Even the adorable Kristin Bell can't change the fact VM is not a majorinternational film. In a time when Hollywood is getting as much or moreof it revenue from overseas markets, this film plays like a pilot for aUS TV series.

    I mean it's mildly entertaining…but the plot is all over the place ina cross between a murder mystery and Romey and Michelle's High SchoolReunion…but not nearly as engaging.

    The script and characterizations weren't worked out enough. Bell shouldhave taken more note of Murder She Wrote or even Colombo in developingthe crime and its solution.

  9. steve beard ( from United States
    17 Mar 2014, 5:00 am

    I saw "Veronica Mars", starring Kristen Bell-Scream 4, When in Rome;Jason Dohring-Moonlight_t.v., Deep Impact; Krysten Ritter-BreakingBad_t.v., What Happens in Vegas and Enrico Colantoni-Person ofInterest_t.v., Galaxy Quest.

    This is based on a 2004-2007 t.v. series that had a faithful fanfollowing, but not the big ratings. In fact, when the movie studios didnot think that there was enough interest in making a movie, a web site-Kickstarter-was used and fans contributed money to get it made-somefans even got cameo roles for contributing. Kristen returns as Veronicaand you get to see lots of familiar faces from the show, as well as afew bigger named actors in cameos. Dax Shepard, Kristen's real lifehusband, even has a pretty funny cameo in a club scene. In the Kristen was a teen-aged private eye, learning the ropes of thebusiness from her policeman father, Enrico. Now, she has moved away tothe big city life, and is a 28 year old woman about to become a lawyerwhen she gets a phone call from a high school friend, Jason, who isaccused of murder. Of course, she has to return to her hometown andhelp solve the case. There is also her high school reunion that isgoing on, so she has a chance to run into lots of her old co-stars,such as Krysten. There is a scene, just after the end credits start,that involves a big name cameo that was seen earlier in the movie. Ifyou were a fan of the t.v. show, you will probably enjoy it, because itstill has the great writing and humor. If not, you might think you werewatching a cable show. I enjoyed it but I don't think that I would buyit on DVD. It would be alright, as a rental.

  10. Amy Jarin from Philippines
    17 Mar 2014, 5:00 am

    First of all, I would like to thank everyone involved in this movie;actors, fans, crew and all. For a die-hard and curious Veronica Marsfan, hearing about a movie blew me away so give 4 stars in justcreating it & bringing back almost every one of my favorite characters.I loved the movie in general, but as to the ending of the show not somuch. How is it possible to leave a long-term relationship and aperfect job? It's possible but it feels like the writers forced theTeam Logan too much, it was just a little off for me. It was too shortof a movie to conclude the her love choice… Sad it ended like thatbut very happy that a movie came out. PERIOD. I want a new series butit was good while it lasted. #marshmallow

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