Agent Phil Coulson, ladies and gentlemen
The Walking Dead seems to deliver every episode doesn’t it? It’s fair to say that episode 4 of Season 3 has also stepped up to the mark. As was shown at the end of episode 3, the gate is opened and has let hordes of zombies to invade the prison once again. This forces the group to split up and fend for themselves.
T-Dogg who has been with us since the first episodes, presented as a man who tries to do right eventually gives his life for Carol after being bit. As most people T-Dogg grew on me throughout the series as a man who did his part and tried to do right for his group.
If that wasn’t enough we had the dilemma of Lori’ birth in a secluded room of the prison eventually realising that she was going to give her life for the baby. The flashback of Rick’s talk with Carl was beautifully used, Carl is a boy who has grown in bravery and steps up to the plate in a truly emotional scene where he puts down his mother before she turns.
‘Killer Within’ is for me one of if not ‘the’ best episode of The Walking Dead yet, packed with raw emotion and survival, just when we thought it couldn’t get better, it does.
Jim Gordon: I see a beautiful city and a brilliant people rising from this abyss. I see the lives for which I lay down my life, peaceful, useful, prosperous and happy. I see that I hold a sanctuary in their hearts, and in the hearts of their descendants, generations hence. It is a far, far better thing that I do, than I have ever done; it is a far, far better rest that I go to than I have ever known.
The final chapter of Christopher Nolan’s superb Batman trilogy; The Dark Knight Rises has had it’s fair share of reviews, however across the board it’s mostly praised as a typical Nolan film full of action, character and story.
It was confirmed just yesterday that The Dark Knight Rises has no overcome the $1 Billion mark, and has now succeeded what The Dark Knight grossed in theatres after the same period of time.
What did you think of The Dark Knight Rises?, was it better than The Dark Knight?, personally I felt that Rises was a film more about Gothom’s rise as it was Batman’s rise, about the courage and determination of Gothom’s finest, (including the protagonist who we’ve slowly come to love, Batman.) ?
Alfred: [to Bruce] Remember when you left Gotham? Before all this, before Batman? You were gone seven years. Seven years I waited, hoping that you wouldn’t come back. Every year, I took a holiday. I went to Florence, there’s this cafe, on the banks of the Arno. Every fine evening, I’d sit there and order a Fernet Branca. I had this fantasy, that I would look across the tables and I’d see you there, with a wife and maybe a couple of kids. You wouldn’t say anything to me, nor me to you. But we’d both know that you’d made it, that you were happy. I never wanted you to come back to Gotham. I always knew there was nothing here for you, except pain and tragedy. And I wanted something more for you than that. I still do.