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Just you and me
One of the most beautiful episodes in the tv show. Walker and Alex are just perfect for each other and this episode shows how much they love each other.
The episode has great music, romance and action. What could you ask more?
I just felt that C. D. was missed in this episode. He was an awesome character.
If you like Elvis Presley music this episode is for you.
In this episode, there's an Elvis impersonators show in Texas and Walker and the Rangers must deal with a crime boss that wants to kill a deaf little girl that saw the murdered of a undercover cop.
It's a nice episode with the King's songs and lots of impersonators.
This is one of the most loving episodes of the show. Alex and Walker are just perfect for each other.
Walker, Texas Ranger: Survival (1998)
This is another episode where Alex is kidnapped by some bad guys and Walker does everything to save her. I don't know why, but I don't feel tired of seeing Walker saving Alex over and over again.
War of the Worlds (2019)
Another good British / French tv show
This is another example of great British / French productions.
It has an interesting plot and the fact that the show is spoken in two different languages give authenticity to the characters. The actors are great.
Sure, it is a slow paced sci-fi show, but don't listen to the reviews. It is worth watching.
War of the Worlds: Episode #2.8 (2021)
Applause for Professor Bill Ward
This was one of the best episodes of the show in my opinion. Finally professor Bill Ward saved the world from the alien invasion that would happen. But is it really over?
Waiting for the season 3.
This is one of the best (maybe the best) episode of the show. Lucas is a touching story of a little boy living with AIDS and, without spoilers, the end of the episode just simply broke my heart.
Plus, is one of the best performances by Chuck Norris.
Miracle at Middle Creek
A beautiful and exciting episode about a little boy trapped in a pipe and his rescue and, of course, Walker always saves the day.
Texas Ranger meets Russian Police
This is one of the most funny episodes of the show. It made me laugh.
Walker, Texas Ranger: Blackout (1996)
Forget this episode
This episode starts out really well, but somewhere along the episode, it loses the main point.
It starts out with Walker passed out in the ground while holding a gun and a presumed dead man is laying on the ground too. When walker wakes up he doesn't remember who he is, not even his name. So the beginning of the episode looks promising but then things start to get not that good.
The episode uses footage of other episodes as Walker's flashbacks making the viewer take a trip to Memoryland.
I don't want to spoil more of the episode, but the end of it it's really rushed in as Walker fights the bad guys and gets his memory back just in time to celebrate the New Year Eve with his friends Trivette, Alex, and C. D. In my opinion, it's a bad episode.
Trivette falls in love
This is a funny episode.
Ranger Trivette falls in love with a journalist while he attempts to catch the "bad guy", but nothing is easy for Jimmy.
This episode is about domestic violence and the importance of supporting women that suffer that type of violence. It's a nice episode with a good message.
Plus, Walker doesn't have to kick the bad guy on this episode, the girls do it.
You still prefer retirement, Archer?
I saw this movie the other day and I gotta say: don't listen to the bad ratings and reviews.
Is this a perfect movie? No, it is not.
But it's still a good movie for those who like thrillers about serial killers. There are some moments cliché, but it's a nice-paced movie, and plus it stars Al Pacino (even though his accent here bothered me a little).
Even though it's not a perfect movie and far away from Al Pacino best performances I still find this a good movie and I would recommend it.
I don't think you know what a really bad day is!
Unhinged is a watchable movie, yet don't go with many expectations on this one.
Russell Crowe is a great actor and he makes a man on the limit in this movie. Some actions of the protagonist just made me roll my eyes. Was it that hard to call the police?
Made me think of the movie "Falling down" (1993), even though the Michael Douglas movie is way better than this one.
It's the kind of movie nice for a Friday night when you have nothing else to watch it.
A tale of justice
I think this is one of the most emotional episodes of the tv show.
We see flashbacks of what happened to Walker's parents when he was still a kid. Many years later, the now Texas Ranger finds out the killer of his parents is still alive and he must do something about it.
Like all the episodes, Walker is a man of principles, guided by them, but will he still follow those principles when it comes to his parent's killer?
Walker, Texas Ranger: Case Closed (1995)
"Walker, Texas Ranger" meets "Battlestar Gallactica"
This episode is a lot different from the others. It's a mix between Walker, the texas Ranger, and some science fiction tv-show. Plus, Dirk Benedict (from the tv-show "BattleStar Gallactica" )is on it.
The ending of the episode (no spoilers!) is quite mysterious and leaves you wondering what the hell was actually going on.
It's one of my favorite episodes of the show.