Four episodes of Marvel Falcon and Winter Soldier There was all about the opposite view, mainly between the two men – neither of whom was a Falcon or a Winter Soldier – who represented the parties on the path to a confrontation for a possible battle. And Sam (Anthony Mackie) and the rest (Sebastian Stan) may be convinced it isn’t.
The ones I’m referring to are flag-smiling leader Carly (Erin Kellyman) and the new one Captain America, John Walker (Watt Russell) You see, its the latest episode Of Disney + Falcon and Winter Soldier It is called “The whole world is watching”, a title that ultimately refers to both of them. In the beginning, though, it simply refers to Carly and her crew; After he blew up a GRC (Global Repatriation Council) office in the last episode, we discover that three people were killed in the blast and now the news of this group has spread. The GRC wants to pass legislation to lower their flags while others are becoming more sympathetic due to flag-smashing. The whole world is watching more than ever.
Fast forward to the end of the episode and we see Walker waving a flag– Dozens of people are filming it on their phones, and Captain America is facing a death sentence. It was ruthless. Although in both cases the “whole world is watching” these two seemingly want the same thing: peace. They have very different views on how to get it and their complete inability to compromise and their every action will have fatal consequences for everyone around them.
First let’s get started. The episode began six years ago in Wakanda, as the Winter Soldier is being transferred and rehabilitated by Io (Florence Kasumba), Black leopard The stars who appeared at the end of the previous episode. Ayo tells the rest that he is going to say his HIDRA trigger word to prove he is better but he is terrified. As soon as he lists them, he gradually gets scared until he reaches the end – nothing happens. The look of relief and gratitude on the rest of the face was really running through the tears of the stream, which was Stan’s best moment so far. “You are free,” Io said, establishing friendship and respect for these two warriors. Because of that respect, the current IO allows the rest to use for eight hours Baron Jemo (Daniel Brahl) Before her and Dora Milaze come for her. After all, he killed their former king.
Meanwhile, Sam has an idea to look for Curly: they should look for Donia Madani (Veronica Falcon), who was by his side at the last minute after Carly died. Sam realizes that Madani is a favorite figure in the community and they think that if they have an accident at his funeral, Carly will be there. The plan will only work if someone tells them where the janaza is. No one did. Thankfully, Jemo is still there, and after bribing some kids with some Turkish pleasure (“irresistible,” he happily calls it), they’ve determined where the services are going. [Editor’s note: Don’t listen to pop culture, Turkish Delight is gross. -Jill P., one very disappointed The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe fan.]
Before they leave, Sam and the rest have an important conversation where Sam admits that he doesn’t think Carly is wrong. He realized that after five years things would become normal for those who had spread and how difficult it was to expect them. And he knows that in these five years, where half of humanity has gone, the world has become one. It was harmonious. It was ambitious. It all went away when Bruce Banner spread his fingers. So he sympathizes and thinks that if he can talk to Carly alone he can get her to see it.
Meanwhile, Carly and collaborator flag-smoker Nico (Noah Mills) have rescued the rest of Super Solari’s serum at his hidden grave, and Sam and the rest have just mirrored their discussion. Curly is not sure if the right thing to do is to make more Super Soldiers. Nico explained that he liked Captain America but that what he represented no longer existed – in fact he thought Carly should be made the new Captain America because he now represents the world more accurately. Not only because of who he is, but also because of the struggles he has gone through. He doesn’t necessarily agree but thinks the idea is old and as Sam suggested in the last episode, it should probably be destroyed.
It is very clear that there are many similarities between Carly and Sam, but soon he, Baki and Jemo set out for the funeral, only to be interrupted by Walker and Lemar (Cla Bennett). Walker gets frustrated, gets hot and basically wants to take the whole situation into his own hands. Luckily, Lemar talks to him for at least a minute to let the plan go. The rest, Jemo, Walker and Lemar waited outside the funeral to talk to Sam’s Curly. Aside from the lie about Sam being alone, the conversation goes pretty well. He explained to Curley that what he was doing seemed to have an effect on the outside world, in contrast to how bad it felt. He apparently appreciates understanding and empathy and even begins to believe in him, but just then a red, white and blue glowing storm, the angry, anxious man interrupts their conversation (and a small part of his faith)) and Follow a chase.
As a result, instead of being chased, an important element is presumably saved: Jemo, who fell into all the hustle and bustle, catches Carly. She shoots him, he falls and throws away the remaining vials of Super Soldier serum. These are at the fingertips of Jemo, perhaps the most valuable resource on the planet. After a brief second consideration, he breaks them down, proving that he doesn’t deviate from his code even when he can be evil: super soldiers shouldn’t exist.
Jemo wasn’t careful enough because one bottle went to the side and then someone other than John Walker grabbed him, he got caught up with more experienced heroes over the last few days and became incredibly frustrated and angry about it all. It won’t go well.
When so much was happening, the clock was ticking, and after a short break, Dora came to collect Baron Jemo at Milaz. Walker, still about everything, very well, tries to argue with them but knows nothing about what he is up against. He and Lemar go to war with Wakandan warriors who are literally able to kill them when the rest and Sam finally jump. Using this uproar for him once more, Jemo escapes through a large drain. It certainly doesn’t sit well with Dora, who missed everyone in the room. This includes Bakki, whom Aino literally disarms in a special strike that locks his vibranium arm (it actually reminds me). Murder Bill Five Point Explosive Heart Technique). He tells her something that sounds like “disgusting you James” but it’s hard to do and they leave. (The subtitles say “James” (Wakandan speaks) which may be something personal.
Walker, on the other hand, is still inclined to give Dora his ass (“They weren’t even super soldiers,” he jerked at Lemar), and the two later argued about the qualities of Serum as Serum. Buckley, just like Carly and Nico. Lemar doesn’t know that Waller stole it, so in an almost ridiculous way he tells Walker that he’ll take it if he gets the chance. It is his belief that the forces alone will only create a better version of the person you already have, which seems to stimulate Walker’s interest. They discuss how horrible their wartime experience was and admit that very few people would have died if they had had serum then. Both Carly and Walker feel that this super-soldier serum is the answer to their problem – whether it is a systemic change in society or a desire to get better and help broker peace.
Even in a very dialogue-heavy, relatively slow episode, the truth of these two perspectives came through reality. Especially when, despite a slight betrayal and the loss of her biggest loss, Carly reaches out to Sam through her sister Sara (Adepero Oduye). Sara just once in one scene, very mumbled to see again on the phone but it’s a big scene. He not only protested his lack of loyalty to Sam and Walker but was also threatened by Carly. It’s an empty threat, but Sara doesn’t know it, and she runs away with her kids when she encounters Sam Curly. With some confidence in him, he asked Sam if he wanted to fight for the world’s injustices, but was interrupted again by John O’Keefe before he could play.
Another fight ensued and it became clear that Walker actually took Super Soldier serum. Her power makes things worse where Lele punched her so hard in a column of Carly, she killed. Stunned by everyone, Carly Bolts and Walker chase the last flag-smasher to find her. He came to her in a public square and the man went to beg for her life, Walker dragging him to pieces with Captain America’s ield, while dozens of people filmed it on their phones. Although the whole episode basically made this mistake, Sam, the rest, Carly and the audience were all stunned by the turn of events. The final shot of the blood-stained ields, one will easily forget.
“The World Is Watching” was kind of repetitive, monotonous, and probably filled with a bit too much talking, but it was also sprinkled with lots of good bits. Dora Millage is always a welcome sight and their scene is still one of the main themes of the show. The flashback with the rest was incredible – of course, fans probably expected something more from the show to give the series some more emotional complexity to learn more about the true nature of both Kar and Carly and Walker. There’s no way Walker can keep it now, is there? The question is, what goes through the solder, or is it destroyed?
Collected from various collections:
- Sharon Carter (Emily Vancamp) has certainly gotten to this episode briefly. Sam called him for help to say something, he mentioned that the power broker was disappointed with the doctor’s death (he suggested that he was not a power broker, but it could still be a diversion) and then he used a few satellites for almost no reason. . I think she deserves more and hopefully, she will get it.
- The Jemo Arch is not important in this episode, although it was quite interesting. The way he handled himself to get the information of the janaza. The way he withheld the information to save himself. The way he managed to escape countless times and then turned down the opportunity to take the serum. We’ll definitely see him again before the end of the season, and honestly, I want more than that. And not just dancing.
Falcon and Winter Soldier There are two more episodes left. We’ll see you next week.
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