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‘The Walking Dead’ Review: Rick Goes Dumpster Diving in ‘New Best Friends’

19 February 2017 7:05 PM, PST | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Last Week’S Review: Rick Goes Recruiting in ‘Rock In The Road

Whose Episode Is It?

Two main plotlines run through “New Best Friends”: The Ricketeers meet a new group of truly odd survivors, and Daryl considers his options in the Kingdom and reunites with Carol. This gives the episode a bit of tonal whiplash, since the Rick stuff is downright goofy (yes, goofier than the Kingdom), while Daryl and Carol’s scenes are emotionally fraught. Still, both storylines are satisfying in their own way.

Yet Another Human Faction

Hoo boy, this new group introduced this week. They take Rick and the others to their lair, which is a huge garbage dump. Rick’s still grinning, because he’s happy to recruit anyone into his war, even this group of high-wattage mega-weirdos. The Dumpsters are more like a post-apocalypse faction you’d find in “Mad Max”; they speak in short, »

- Jeff Stone

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‘The Walking Dead’ Review: Rick Goes Dumpster Diving in ‘New Best Friends’

19 February 2017 7:05 PM, PST | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Last Week’S Review: Rick Goes Recruiting in ‘Rock In The Road

Whose Episode Is It?

Two main plotlines run through “New Best Friends”: The Ricketeers meet a new group of truly odd survivors, and Daryl considers his options in the Kingdom and reunites with Carol. This gives the episode a bit of tonal whiplash, since the Rick stuff is downright goofy (yes, goofier than the Kingdom), while Daryl and Carol’s scenes are emotionally fraught. Still, both storylines are satisfying in their own way.

Yet Another Human Faction

Hoo boy, this new group introduced this week. They take Rick and the others to their lair, which is a huge garbage dump. Rick’s still grinning, because he’s happy to recruit anyone into his war, even this group of high-wattage mega-weirdos. The Dumpsters are more like a post-apocalypse faction you’d find in “Mad Max”; they speak in short, »

- Jeff Stone

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The Walking Dead season 7 episode 9 review: Rock In The Road

13 February 2017 12:23 AM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Ron Hogan Feb 13, 2017

Back on Fox on Monday nights in the UK, The Walking Dead takes a step in the right direction with this entertaining return...

This review contains spoilers.

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7.9 Rock In The Road

Stop me if you've heard this one before: Rick Grimes and company look for allies to band together with them to square off against a big threat. If it sounds familiar, that's because it is, and it comes with all the talking points we're used to from the Grimes crew. Kill them before they kill us. If we all band together and work together, we can defeat any threat. Things will only get worse if you don't stand up to the Saviors. »

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‘The Walking Dead’ Review: Rick Goes Recruiting in ‘Rock In The Road’

12 February 2017 7:12 PM, PST | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Mid-season Finale Review: ‘Hearts Still Beating’ Promises Excitement In 2017

Whose Episode Is It?

It’s a Ricketeer road trip! Rick’s inner circle (plus Jesus) head from community to community, trying to get everyone on board with their war against the Saviors, with mixed results. The good news is that “Rock In The Road” moves pretty briskly by “Walking Dead” standards (mercifully, the runtime is less than 90 minutes), there’s some fresh zombie action, and no Negan to be found (save for a brief radio message). It’s a welcome respite from the repetitive misery of the first half of the season. Plus, King Ezekiel is back! And the tiger!

Viva La Revolución

We open with Gregory roundly refusing to join Rick’s rebellion, and also refusing to honor the terms of Hilltop’s initial agreement with Alexandria, since Alexandria didn’t manage to wipe out the Saviors as promised. »

- Jeff Stone

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‘The Walking Dead’ Review: Rick Goes Recruiting in ‘Rock In The Road’

12 February 2017 7:12 PM, PST | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Mid-season Finale Review: ‘Hearts Still Beating’ Promises Excitement In 2017

Whose Episode Is It?

It’s a Ricketeer road trip! Rick’s inner circle (plus Jesus) head from community to community, trying to get everyone on board with their war against the Saviors, with mixed results. The good news is that “Rock In The Road” moves pretty briskly by “Walking Dead” standards (mercifully, the runtime is less than 90 minutes), there’s some fresh zombie action, and no Negan to be found (save for a brief radio message). It’s a welcome respite from the repetitive misery of the first half of the season. Plus, King Ezekiel is back! And the tiger!

Viva La Revolución

We open with Gregory roundly refusing to join Rick’s rebellion, and also refusing to honor the terms of Hilltop’s initial agreement with Alexandria, since Alexandria didn’t manage to wipe out the Saviors as promised. »

- Jeff Stone

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How Often Do Foreign-Language Films Score Screenwriting Oscar Nominations Or Wins?

4 January 2017 6:00 AM, PST | Scott Feinberg | See recent Scott Feinberg news »

Toni Erdmann’ (Courtesy: Tiff)

By: Carson Blackwelder

Managing Editor

It’s not too often that foreign-language films get recognized for anything at the Oscars beyond the best foreign-language film category — but it does happen. And, believe it or not, it happens more for best original screenplay and best adapted screenplay than many other categories. A prime example of that is Toni Erdmann, Germany’s submission this year that is proving to be a cross-category threat, which could score a nomination — or a win — for its writing.

The story of Toni Erdmann — which has a solid Rotten Tomatoes score of 91% — follows a father who is trying to reconnect with his adult daughter after the death of his dog. It sounds simple enough but, of course, the two couldn’t be more unalike. The film premiered at the Cannes Film Festival in 2016 and where it won the Fipresci Prize. Since then, it »

- Carson Blackwelder

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