The Walking Dead Season 7 Episode 7 “Sing Me a Song” :- Watch The Walking Dead Season 7 Episode 7 “Sing Me a Song” on Youtube on Fire, A deeper look at the Sanctuary and the world of Negan and the Saviors; members of Alexandria look for supplies.Granted the 90-minute episode without commercials boils down to about an hour of actual show, which is similar to the length of, say, an HBO episode, but the more these longer The Walking Dead episodes air, the less it seems necessary If these episodes used that extra time to really pack in riveting moments and move the narrative along, then sure; but most of them seem like wasted opportunities that should have just stuck to the regular runtime. Looking back to the last time an extended episode involved Negan, The Walking Dead Season 7 Episode 4, I enjoyed it and didn’t really notice the length of the episode. At the same time, it probably could have stayed within the normal runtime and still delivered in the same way. But we were getting to see Negan in the aftermath of his violent actions on The Walking Dead Season 7 Episode 1 and dealing with Alexandria. It was getting to see him go up against Rick, and both actors delivered great performances. It reiterated the power Negan has over Rick and the members of Alexandria, but it felt fresh in that there didn’t need to be graphic violence to further get the point across that Negan’s a scary dude who will follow through on his threats. There was some great tension throughout. So to see more of Negan posturing and making speeches and burning a dude’s face because he broke the rules didn’t feel like anything new. And it didn’t progress anything more with his character. There was a brief moment where Negan seemed to break from his usual antics after Carl started to cry, almost sounding sincere in his apology, that felt like it was about to dig into the character more.And unfortunately, The Walking Dead Season 7 Episode 7 didn’t break from the pack to deliver some amazing chapter worthy of that extra time. I don’t need Negan to be redeemable, and it’s great to get a real evil villain. But it would be interesting to see something from his character we haven’t seen yet. I did like that we got to see a bit more from the Sanctuary, and that pull away shot to reveal the outside of the location was pretty cool. But the scenes within the Sanctuary felt like they dragged on oftentimes. Carl jumping out with the gun to demand Negan was unfortunately laughable, and it wasn’t a surprise that he wound up getting bested.
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Drama, Horror, Thriller
Release: 4 December 2016
IMDB Rating: 9.1/10
Stars: Andrew Lincoln, Lauren Cohan, Austin Amelio