“It wasn’t until my most recent re-watch that I realized that Mars vs. Mars is essentially an extended bit of foreshadowing for the conclusion of Lilly’s murder. (A best friend willing to do whatever it takes to get justice after a young girl gets screwed over by a much older man she was having a relationship with).”
A crozier is a staff carried by bishops and other high-ranking
members of various Christian denominations.
It represents the ‘Staff of God’—the one Moses used to part the Red Sea. Western designs typically use the crook shape
to signify that the holder is the ‘shepherd’ of their congregation.
“When you look at the women Logan has loved - Lilly, Veronica, Carrie -
they were all difficult women who kept him at arms length. He had the
opportunity for more open and honest relationships with girls like
Hannah and Parker, but ultimately, it wasn’t what he wanted. He chooses
“I refuse to believe that Carrie Bishop would be Logan’s popstar girlfriend in the movie. I mean, WHY? Didn’t he remember that Carrie used to treat Veronica badly? Unless Carrie changed into a better person and then Logan dated her… okay, sure.”
“I wish Carrie was played by a different actress, because Andrea Estella really can’t act. Emoting or staring stoically is not exactly acting. I think some of the backers extras had more acting abilities!”
“When Logan said that he was in love with Carrie, I cringed. Not because the whole LoVe thing; but it was because it was hard to believe that Logan would fall in love WITH CARRIE. She was no Lilly who was very passionate about life and she seemed detached most of the time. It was hard to believe that Logan would fall in love with this woman. I think it was just his hero complex that he was with Carrie.”
“I don’t understand why Luke, Carrie, and Gia couldn’t handle a little twat like Cobb. Luke is the son of a congressman. Hire a hitman or something. Duncan had more balls than Luke in this case - he ordered Aaron’s death.”