One of the Ryan Coogler film's greatest traits is its reticence, its refusal to say 10 words when two will do, or to say one word when silence says it all.
The latest episode of The Walking Dead proceeds to elegantly, if predictably, tie up a series of loose ends.
Homeland's latest seeks to reverse course on a few of the plots that the series began last week.
25 is essentially a series of apologias that finds Adele taking responsibility for at least some aspects of her tattered love life.
It careens from carnage to group therapy so wildly that the action never gets to build and the conversations just repeat themselves.