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?? Why was rosita crying in the season 10 trailer. And also why was Eugene measuring her baby was it for science or.... Plz someone answer
This episode was a slight improvement on the premiere, but not by much.
This biggest problem with this episode is that it was entirely focused on the Whisperers. Now, if the Whisperers were entertaining villains, then this would be a welcome break from our main cast of characters. However, the Whisperers are not interesting. They are simply, for lack of a better word, weird. Here is the list of problems that drag down our “menacing” villains:
1) Alpha and her philosophy make no sense. She obviously has, no matter how much she represses or hides it, some amount of love for her daughter, as seen in this episode. However, the only reason she lost her daughter is because of her abusive behavior and her odd philosophy that people must “become the dead”. This would be understandable if we knew why she thinks that people must become like zombies, but we have no clue as to why she thinks this. She just does.
2) What do the Whisperers want? What’s their agenda? So far, all we’ve seen them do is aimlessly walk among zombies and terrorize our survivors when they cross the “border”. What are they seeking?
3) This is somewhat related to the first problem, but not identical: Are Alpha and Beta simply insane? In the flashbacks, it appeared that both were crazy from the get go. If this is true, then the Whisperers have no agenda, and the only reason Alpha does what she does is because she’s gone mad. This is precisely why they are so boring.
Beta’s story was quite boring as well. He went insane after losing his best friend, and thus decided to wear his friend’s reanimated face and walk around with zombies. The whole story is just silly.
The one thing I did like about this episode was Gamma and her sister’s story. Unlike Alpha, Gamma’s sister could not be broken, and her love for her daughter persevered.
Overall, this episode was another miss. The Whisperers are just boring.
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After watching the Breaking Bad movie last night, I had to take a day to think about it.
To be honest, it was a bit disappointing. While I expected this movie to center on Jesse’s life after escape and his struggle to return to a life of normalcy, this movie was simply a bonus episode about Jesse trying to escape Albuquerque. While I expected a little bit of this, I did not expect the entire movie to be about Jesse trying to find money in order to make him”disappear”. Because of this, the movie felt a bit empty and devoid of any real meaning to me. It was simply a part two of Felina.
Other than that major grievance, the movie was well done. I loved Jesse’s flashbacks with Mike, Jane, and, most importantly, Walt. I think that each flashback represented a different thing that Jesse wanted. Mike’s flashback was representative of Jesse’s desire to redeem himself. Jane’s flashback was representative of Jesse’s desire to have a direction in life. Walt’s flashback was representative of Jesse’s desire to have a future that didn’t involve criminality, the exact opposite of what Walt wanted. The flashbacks with Todd and his gang were also very good, and Todd’s interactions with Jesse were a highlight of the film.
The “Wild West” climax was badass, but again, a little bit empty. Did anyone really expect Jesse to lose that shootout? Still, it was fun to watch.
Finally, Jesse’s goodbye to his parents was something that I wanted to see, and I’m glad that the movie included. It was admirable to see Jesse, in spite of being abandoned by his parents, show love and gratitude toward them, in stark contrast to his previous behavior.
Overall, the movie was pretty good, but nothing special.
IN MY OPINION: Fear was ruined in seasons four and five. but the question is; who is responsible?
Andrew Chambliss and Ian Goldberg or is Scott Gimple the true reason?
Or is it all three of them?
I personally loved it, but my favorite parts are the flashbacks and finally getting a sense of closure/satisfaction.
Is anyone else really just sitting here waiting for negan to make his unreal comeback. I love seeing his soft side and I get they are building it up for something big but God. I can't wait to see negan back in action and like imagine him facing off with alpha. Chills
Let me give some back story. Before the walking dead comics ended in 193 they made this fake story line (and covers) for the next three issues. You can find more information about this online somewhere.
SO I THOUGHT IT'D BE FUN TO SPECULATE ABOUT THIS FAKE STORY LINE
Who knows what the fake story was for this one. Maybe it was focusing on Negan?
We would've met Sheriff Kapoor in this one
Michonne kills someone in this one.
There was no description for this one
We know Carl dies in this one, it probably would end the comics, the cover that was illustrated shows Sophia and her daughter morning over Carl's Grave. So would it have ended with that scene far into the future
I honestly think they're morons, except for maybe Felix.
We've seen so many competent survivors go down by walkers (Jim, Dale, T-Dog, Tyreese, Bob, Noah, Carl, and so on), and these dipshits leave their home and go out into the wastes of America to soul-search.
Felix at least is telling them to be afraid, which means he was very likely outside the walls at some point, so I'm guessing he's being dragged along because he feels responsible for them.
Again though, they have a home, with 9,000+ people, a school, sustainable farms, and apparently very effective walls, and they squander it so they can enjoy each other's companionship while walkers breathe down their necks.
So the scrawny kid is a black belt in karate. Big whoop. Jesus could snap necks if he wanted to and he's still gone.
Big kid is big and has a wrench. Well, Tyreese was bigger and he had a hammer.
The girl with a scientist father has projectile vomit. Not sure how that's supposed to help.
Non-vomit girl might have some wits, so she might be tolerable.
Honestly, it's only their fault if they die. And if they go a whole season without one of their crew biting it, I'll be flabbergasted, because there's no way they're more competent than Rick's crew.
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I personally don't think so but Norman Reedus thinks if Daryl gets to happy he will die. I think he means Daryl and Connie's relationship will get Daryl happy witch In the Walking Dead means death. I think Connie and Daryl will be able to be happy and survive tho.
So yeah I’m pretty sure that Dante is a Whisperer spy. He’s new to the community and it seemed that Siddiq was starting to recognize his voice.
For Mayans fans
Who noticed she was talking about rick
4 more hours! Who's gonna watch it?
This premiere was about 40 minutes of melodramatic dialogue, with one engaging scene at the end (Carol and Alpha’s staredown). So many scenes (such as Rosita being with her three husbands) could have been cut out.
Siddiq’s PTSD breakdown was boring and completely unconvincing, mostly due to the melodramatic flashbacks and bland camera work.
The only two interesting plot points (satellite in space and Alpha returning) were not explored nearly enough, instead forcing us to watch characters we don’t care about talk about things that don’t matter.
The characters/conflicts were not engaging, the plot moved at a snail’s pace, and the cinematography was bland.
I don’t really have much else to say about this episode as nothing really noteworthy happened. All I can say is that I hope Kang stepped it up for the coming episodes.