The third Avengers film may be one of the biggest films to ever hit cinema screens with characters all over the Marvel Cinematic Universe finally coming together to take on Thanos. But does Infinity War live up to the hype?
To conclude the bumpy season built around the war between Rick and Negan, the season finale would be expected to heavily feature gore, violence and the loss of main characters. However The Walking Dead did not follow this and instead ended up with a bit of an anti climax.
This weeks episode was riddled with guts, death, nostalgia, action, but most arguably; a great flaw in logic throughout.
The Walking Dead episode titled ‘The Key’centres prominently around Rick (Andrew Lincoln), the Saviours and the Hilltop. The episode featured the introduction of a new group which I’ll discuss later one and a showdown between Rick and Negan as well as further betrayal by Simon (Steven Ogg).
Last week’s episode was relatively pleasing, it was consistently engaging and in all honestly, this episode was much the same.
The episode titled ‘Dead or Alive Or’ was an enjoyable enough episode despite little of huge significance happening. However long term, the recent character death and twist is likely to develop into an interesting thread.
Last weeks episode of the popular AMC show honestly didn’t impress me too much, however the episode titled The Lost and the Plunderers to me was a much better episode than its predecessor.