John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
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"False Bride" takes advantage of Outlander's parallel timelines and delivers an emotionally explosive episode with Roger's toxicity at the center.
This episode begins to pick up speed, taking viewers on a promising adventure that puts the dreariness of the last installment behind us, hopefully for good.
Sorry, my dudes, but having Claire fall off a horse in a storm in the woods and be led back to Jamie by the ghost of a Native American conjured by his silver filling-lined skull was not exactly riveting.
I really liked the way the two stories were presented.
It feels like the show has finally found its rhythm.
Readers may remember that this fight happens almost verbatim in the book, so the show's writers didn't just make Roger a horrible guy for no reason.
Are you screaming at your television? I'm screaming at my television. Surely, this won't be the end for these two.
Hello, ye beautiful kilts, we Sassenachs have missed ye.
Not only does Claire encounter a ghost, she encounters a ghost who's also her guardian angel, straddling the racial stereotype line and is another piece in the puzzle of time travel. That's way too much.
A visual I didn't realize I needed until we got it: Roger singing a Scottish love song while playing the guitar, all while wearing a kilt.
These emotional speed bumps are even more interesting than all the plot-driven ones.