John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
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If helping people makes you weak, then I don't know about the future of Fear the Walking Dead.
This week's episode found a way to build up tension and anxiety for viewers, and potential rifts amongst characters.
It's one of those Fear episodes that clicks better than others, thanks - finally - to nice character work supplementing the sharp story turns.
"Blackjack" wasn't the greatest episode this season, but it was definitely a step up from the previous two yawn-fests.
In response to the Filthy Woman, Morgan insists that she is wrong. "Helping doesn't make us weak. It makes all of us stronger." I swear I have heard that message on Sesame Street or Mr. Roger's Neighborhood.
This is a television show which presumably would like to be taken seriously but I'm really at a loss as to how to do that when so much of the plot is this hamfisted.
If you can suspend disbelief long enough to get past an awful lot of coincidences, "Blackjack" is very entertaining in a way that the show hasn't been since losing Nick.