John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
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Even though a handful of important things happen in it, "Going Rogue" is endlessly predictable and feels like a filler episode.
A surprisingly nuanced installment that provides both emotional heft and some darn fun action scenes at the same time.
This has made for one of the most emotional seasons yet, and that fight was the payoff that'd been building since fans found out Nora was working with Thawne.
"Snow Pack" is an unwieldy mess of a Flash episode, as the Killer Frost/Icicle conflict drags the series down.
To say the Snows have a lot to work out is an understatement.
Although these stories are mostly isolated from each other throughout the entire hour, they're connected by the episode's interest in exploring what it means to be part of a family...Honestly, this may be one of my favorite episodes of the season.
One good scene to kick us off hot tonight is quickly cooled off with boring Snow family drama.
The episode may have been heavy-handed at times, choosing to deliver its message on a silver platter, rather than use any layered allegorist storytelling. Still, the direct approach worked wonders.
"Snow Pack" makes the importance of family into a unifying theme that holds together one of the better outings of the fifth season.
"Snow Pack" is the type of episode that has all of the makings of something great...On paper, it looks perfect. But something about this week's episode of The Flash missed the mark.