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The Last Drive-In: The Walking Dead: The Ones Who Live

The Last Drive-In: The Walking Dead: The Ones Who Live

Directed by Austin Jennings

Joe Bob dives deep into the epic love story of two people changed by a changed world in The Walking Dead: The Ones Who Live.

Joe Bob dives deep into The Walking Dead: The Ones Who Live.

Cast: Joe Bob Briggs

Member Reviews

Decent first episode. Now, back to binge watching The Simpsons.

Drunkass
18 hours ago

When Lori died and Rick was seeing visions of her in the prison, I remember that really hitting me hard… Like you could actually feel the guilt and loss he was experiencing. And when he was trying to walk the fine line between getting Jessie out of her abusive relationship and not getting involved since it was her choice, I could feel his frustration with the rest of the community looking the other way. But when they hurriedly threw Rick and Michonne together (much like they did with introducing and killing off new characters in the later seasons), I felt absolutely nothing because they picked the two actors/characters (not sure which) with absolutely ZERO ONSCREEN CHEMISTRY TOGETHER. The first 5 or 6 seasons, the show took time to build characters and relationships, so when someone died or got together or split up, YOU REALLY CARED. But around season 6-7, everything became rushed. Like when Heath or Carter (bet half of you have to look him up) died, who cared? So this “long awaited” spin-off… does anyone actually buy this relationship or are they just happy to see Rick Grimes again, regardless of the situation?

JonArbuckle
4 days ago

Okay Ayn Rand is a great writer and Darcy's view on the name Philadelphia was unnecessary. And The Walking Dead is as bad as I thought it was becoming. So all in all not a great viewing

DownWithPC
4 days ago

One of the best and most successful long running series in television history. TWD universe still draws numbers or its new shows wouldn't still be coming out. Same with Joe Bobb. He continues to bring people to the show after all these years. Sure their has been changes, but the overall product still sells. Haters going to keep crying. TWD and Joe Bob still live!!

tterb25677
1 week ago

One of the best series in television history. Haters going to hate. TWD universe still does numbers.

tterb25677
1 week ago