Littered with suspenseful moments, “The Walk In” is a sharp reminder that there’s several cat and mouse games being played here from a wide array of angles.
With “Alone,” The Walking Dead pendulum swings back to the positive thanks in large part to an excellent performance by Larry Gillard, Jr.
While setting up intriguing future plot lines, “Cardinal” tries to amp up the emotional drama, but doesn’t quite have enough material to remain thrilling throughout.
FX’s Cold War spy thriller is back, and wastes no time ratcheting up the suspense and setting up its themes for a (hopefully) more consistently great second season.
Each episode this half-season of The Walking Dead has been progressively better than the last, and “Claimed” continues that trend with help from a Jack London influence, Crazy Cheese, solid action, and some emotional moments that (for once) ring true.
After its slow, moody, and pudding-filled midseason premiere, “Inmates” expands to the rest of the cast and delivers a much needed shot of adrenaline – plus a few surprises.
Every show requires some suspension of disbelief, but The Walking Dead‘s complete ignorance of logic and its own universe’s rules are really trying the patience of this viewer.
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While Nebraska may seem like a step back for director Alexander Payne in terms of budget and visuals, it’s actually a brave step in the right direction for his strengths: sharp characterization and funny, bittersweet storytelling.