Reviews und kritische Betrachtungen zu allen Staffeln und Episoden der Serie "The Walking Dead" inklusive ausführlicher Kritik der Handlung und. Da ist sie also endlich, die eine letzte, finale Folge der Jubiläums-Staffel von „The Walking Dead“. Wobei, so ganz stimmt das ja auch nicht. Das war es also nun, das eigentliche Finale von The Walking Dead Staffel 10 mit Episode 16 A Certain Doom. Hier, wie der Showdown.
Review "The Walking Dead" Staffel 10-Finale: Fetter & emotionaler ShowdownDa ist sie also endlich, die eine letzte, finale Folge der Jubiläums-Staffel von „The Walking Dead“. Wobei, so ganz stimmt das ja auch nicht. Also zurück zu "The Walking Dead". Worum geht es? Diese Frage wird so wundervoll beantwortet, dass der Zuschauer am Ende der ersten Folge mit noch mehr. Dass „The Walking Dead“ wieder neue Dinge wagt, war in dieser Staffel bereits das ein oder andere Mal durchgedrungen. Diese Woche.
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Critics Consensus: Six seasons in, The Walking Dead is still finding ways to top itself, despite slow patches that do little to advance the plot.
The Walking Dead: Season 5. Critics Consensus: Thanks to a liberal dose of propulsive, bloody action and enough compelling character moments to reward longtime fans, The Walking Dead 's fifth season continues to deliver top-notch entertainment.
The Walking Dead: Season 4. Critics Consensus: Consistently thrilling, with solid character development and enough gore to please grindhouse fans, this season of The Walking Dead continues to demonstrate why it's one of the best horror shows on television.
The Walking Dead: Season 3. Critics Consensus: The palpable terror and visceral thrills continue in the third season of The Walking Dead , along with a deeper sense of the people who inhabit its apocalyptic landscape.
The Walking Dead: Season 2. Critics Consensus: The second season of The Walking Dead fleshes out the characters while maintaining the grueling tension and gore that made the show a hit.
The Walking Dead: Season 1. Critics Consensus: Blood-spattered, emotionally resonant, and white-knuckle intense, The Walking Dead puts an intelligent spin on the overcrowded zombie subgenre.
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But the last few seasons for me became slow, predictable and lacked the punch that the earlier seasons would week after week knock you out with. Like an aging boxer this show doesn't really know where to go and what to do anymore.
So it keeps trying to do what it did in its youth but to lesser effect. Is it time to hang up those gloves? For anyone unfamiliar with the story TWD is about a group of people trying survive a zombie apocalypse.
What becomes apparent is that you should fear the dead but fear the living even more. It's dog eat dog, or in most cases human eating human.
Survival of the fittest. While the show started out very promising and over its eight seasons developed a bunch of characters that you will truly begin to care for, the show seems to have lost its way and has become almost as clumsy as the dithering dead that walk the Earth.
During the shows entire run I'm currently watching season eight as I write this there has been some truly magnificent television. Some great storytelling, nail biting, riveting moments that shocked.
Characters come and go and the long run time of each season helps us get to know each character thoroughly. They became almost like family members.
So when one of them does meet their demise it's upsetting. There's been some great villains and foes along the way too.
The Governor and Negan being most memorable. Negan played by Jeffrey Dean Morgan being probably the best thing about the more recent seasons.
There's characters that have conflicting views. Shane played by Jon Bernthal being a good example.
This show tugs on all the emotions. There's pain, anger, fear and despair. There's also the well timed piece of humour here and there to show that despite all that has happened to them these people are still human.
The production value of this show is of very high quality. Only the odd piece of CGI occasionally lets the side down. Particularly the CGI flames used instead of practical effects.
This is odd as the practical and makeup effects in this show are second only to Game of Thrones. Prosthetic makeup effects are Oscar worthy.
Can a TV show get an Oscar? I don't know but if it can this show definitely should. Zombies are brought to life, if that makes any sense by some truly wonderful makeup design.
Animatronics are very realistic giving the whole show a level of authenticity usually associated with a high budget Hollywood blockbuster.
A criticism I do have is that the show doesn't look and sound as good as it should. As a High definition experience the picture is often grainy with no vibrancy.
Maybe this is intentional to show the grubby broken down world that the show is set in. Sound doesn't seem to immerse as well as it should.
While I'll admit that it isn't bad it just doesn't sound as involving as some other big budget TV shows. Overall TWD is a superb show.
One that will go down as a classic. Fantastic first 6 seasons as the episodes started to increase I did get the fear of it losing quality.
It didnt only lose quality after the massive first episode of season 7 it lost everything. It got incredibly boring and almost every episode just dragged.
The makers increased the budget with season 8 with the first few episodes of all war even that got boring. The rest of season 8 would just go like 7.
Just dragged on for nothing. Theres nothing left for the writers to think of and there are all these stupid spinoffs.
I'd say only watch the walking dead up until the first episode of season 7 if you want to see the best of it. I completely gave up by the end of season 8.
Blindfs 10 December Huge fan from beginning, but the writers and producers are screwing up. When it was all based in a real Apocalypse , everyone getting used to the new real world after landing in a reallity never imagined..
The Walking Dead in its first season could not be touched. When it came down to it, the first season had a collection of complex characters, thought provoking dialogue, captivating storylines, great cinematography, and downright scary looking zombies.
Its hard to pin-point one thing that is extraordinary about Season 1 since there are so many aspects to talk about. First off, the scenes in downtown Atlanta were incredibly visual and the scenes that took place in more rural areas were very scenic.
The undead in the first season had great makeup and special effects too, the zombies had defined faces that really make them feel they were once human.
If I had to pick one thing that was great about the first season, its has to be the cast Andrew Lincoln and Jon Bernthal make great, bad ass lead actors that also have the ability to project a range of emotions.
Laurie Holden is also radiant in this season and the surrounding cast of Jeffrey DeMunn, Steven Yeun, Irone Singleton, and Norman Reedus all showcase a great character that can be easily become a fan-favorite to any.
Frank Darabont hit a grand slam with the Walking Dead and its fairly easily to see why the shows popularity boomed right away. RobScott 24 January Everyone know that The Walking Dead isn't as good as it used to be, those early seasons were groundbreaking in so many ways and because of them this show still gets a high rating from me!
Those earlier seasons make this show one of the best shows of all-time! Like most long running shows, it's had its ups and downs but even at its worst it was still the 1 show on cable, in fact it has been 1 every season it's been on the air.
The last few seasons without Andrew Lincoln Rick Grimes haven't been as good but it's at least starting to get back to being a pretty good show this season.
Norman Reedus Daryl and Jeffery Dean Morgan Negan have continued to carry the show after Andrew Lincoln's departure and I think we can actually look forward to it again!
I've been watching this since I LOVE zombie movies. Dawn of The Dead is my favorite. Back in the early there were several great zombie movies.
Nowadays they are awful. More guns, empty characters, and explosions plus bad scripts than anything else. How in the world TWD transformed into a Steven Seagal movie?
But after season 3 or 4 everything turned into guns and people fighting people. Cheap scripts, retarded dialogues, poor CGI. Take any episode from season 4 on and you can broadcast it on a cheap TV station as "action" movie.
No one would tell the difference. Right now you cannot care about any character. Bad actors that play as much as the trees in the background die by the dozen by each episode.
Flashbacks and "emotional" dumb dialogues want to make us care about someone. But you can't. Zombies do not matter anymore, only rarely when they suddenly matter.
It is either this image of them as "pests" most of the time, or lethal killers out of a sudden. I am sick of watching a cheap action movie that has nothing to do with a zombie movie.
A zombie movie was a zombie movie because of the thriller surrounding this worldwide catastrophe of people turning into these creepy and horror things.
That was the MAIN factor. TWD has nothing to do with that anymore. If TWD would have kept main characters and presented their struggle to live in this horror world full of zombies, then that could have been a great series.
But even that has to stop. The only reason TWD continues is money. That's all. They make more money off the show.
Why do you think the action happens in forests and zombies are mainly seen in packs from distance? Because it is cheap. No need to pay for shooting in a town and pay for complex CGI, a forest is perfect.
The highlight of the first three episodes is a Whisper-focused chapter, "We Are the End of the World", written by Nicole Mirante-Matthews and directed by Greg Nicotero , that flashes back and forth between the crew's present-day in-fighting and the origin story of Alpha meeting Beta Ryan Hurst.
It's been a while since this show got a genuine squirm out of me, but an innocent bystander in episode 2 meets one of the gnarliest ends in a good long while.
If nothing else, season 10 does also put renewed focus on good old-fashioned practical horror. That's likely Nicotero's influence, which shows in the way The Walking Dead still manages to sculpt a visually stunning monster even when the narrative is a slog.
And folks, The Walking Dead season 10 isn't immune to the series' trademark slogginess. This show is still a huge ensemble where far too much of that ensemble has the same issues, and they will be discussing them for several scenes at a time.
But there's no denying season 10 zips with an energy this world hasn't felt in a long time. On a show this bleak, glimpses of hope like that can go a long way.
Vinnie Mancuso is a Senior Editor at Collider, where he is in charge of all things related to the film 'Aquaman,' among other things.
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