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The Walking Dead - Season 5, Episode 10: Them

Rick Grimes and his group of survivors face more threat from the walkers and humans that lurk within.
Duration: 44 min
Quality: HD
Release: 2014
IMDb: 8.2
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Critics Of "The Walking Dead - Season 5"
Shane Ryan Paste Magazine
February 16, 2015 After last week's incredible episode, I thought the writers got a little talk-y this time around. How many speeches about never giving up do we have to hear before they trust us to get the point?
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Rebecca Hawkes Daily Telegraph (UK)
March 11, 2015 Slow, quiet and sad was very much the order of the day on this week's instalment of The Walking Dead - albeit slow, quiet and sad interspersed with bursts of frenzied zombie killing.
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Aaron Neuwirth The Young Folks
February 16, 2015 This is an episode that reflects something the show is very fond of doing: spelling it out for the audience. I am not the biggest fan of the way The Walking Dead continues to find ways to make everything super clear for everyone.
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Tim Surette
February 16, 2015 It wasn't just repetitive because everyone walked and talked, it was repetitive because it did the same thing the show has always done and didn't offer anything new.
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Sean McKenna TV Fanatic
February 17, 2015 To see the survivors worn and weary (even more so than usual) was a great change of pace that highlighted some of the hardships beyond the walkers or enemy groups.
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Mark Lisanti Grantland
February 17, 2015 Things got bleak quickly. Like, staring-into-the-void-as-it-stares-back-at-you bleak, Nietzsche off his Zoloft and riding shotgun with Rust Cohle bleak.
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Noam Cohen New York Observer
February 16, 2015 No new ground is going to be broken here just because we're in Virginia not Georgia and everyone is more tired.
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Lenika Cruz The Atlantic
February 17, 2015 This entire episode could have been cut down to maybe 10 minutes tops and summed up as follows: Everyone's sad and thirsty and hungry.
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Alan Sepinwall HitFix
February 17, 2015 The way the show chose to dramatize their grief felt mostly inert and not a great approach immediately after last week's similarly slow episode.
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Chuck Barney Contra Costa Times
February 16, 2015 That was a pretty intense stare-down between Michonne and Sasha.
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Annabelle: Creation
IMDb: 7
109 min
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
Twelve years after the tragic death of their little girl, a dollmaker and his wife welcome a nun and several girls from a shuttered orphanage into ...