The foundations of the earlier episodes were not encouraging, the promo for "The First Day of the Rest of Your Life" on the other hand was a hotbed of tension can turn up the hype. The result reached by the Season Finale is a compromise between these conflicting feelings because overall it is a nice episode, with twist, scary moments and emotion. But perhaps he's missing something; something that cannot be because there was its building or just because they somehow need pull ahead until next season.
"Something they need" in better times would have to be a mediocre episode, Today it becomes more than good. At least hot, because in hindsight there too we find the slowness and lack of tension that have accompanied us during this season after the premiere. In both storyline followed they do try to make us stay on your toes, Yet at any time the feeling is that everything will be alright, that although certain characters we seem to have now a short life, they pull up to the imminent Season Finale.
We left with "Not today" and we can easily repeat it this week – and in all probability with the life to come. Having made progress where it seemed impossible, The Walking Dead slows again with an episode where, Apart from the final minutes and a few words here and there, virtually nothing happens again. And besides, wouldn't even be possible considering the short timeframes covered and the fact that we're not looking 24.
Who would have thought that an episode devoted entirely to Morgan could turn out to be really interesting? The prejudice towards it was strong, even leaving aside the recent trends in the series, the bets on Morgan have become tired immediately after his return; instead, following a first part that was just fear boredom in spades, I am glad to have been disproved.
An old fashioned bet, who pays the price of overconfidence past experience, even by those same characters. Seasons ago, I would have probably lived differently, I even enjoyed the diversion used to make us reflect and moments from teen to Rick and Michonne. Today, in its seventh season and having a little filler episodes lead to frustration for meandering plot, the episode runs slowly and with raised eyebrows every five minutes.
A controversial episode as controversial is pricing on its protagonists: Dwight and especially Eugene. After passing with enormous difficulty an entire episode dedicated to Tara, a focus on Eugene not only not surprising, but it is more tolerable.
Finally an episode worthy of being watched! No deaths, No creepy scene beyond measure and no twist ending from fall of the mandible at the final minute, Yet it was a really nice episode, After a long time The Walking Dead reminded me of the glories of the past.
I state that to this episode are very biased; the disappointment for the first part of this season meant that the return of the AMC show I possibly rather indifferent, I'm sorry I just, but I can't deny that for me The Walking Dead is lowered greatly the past two seasons. This Mid-Season Premiere is an episode in the media, After a half hour calm and repetitive at times, is unleashed in the last fifteen minutes.
After an electrifying premiere and a series of long episodes of little substance, arrived on time the Mid-Season Finale of The Walking Dead which marks the beginning of the ascent to the protagonists. Whether this will be accompanied by that of the show itself, We have to wait until the second half of the season to find out.