Falcon and The Winter Soldier Episode 5 Full Review

The second series in the Marvel Cinematic Universe titled Falcon and The Winter Soldier of the phase four category is down to its last episode now that is scheduled to release on 23rd of April 2021 or in easy words next friday. The show so far has lived up to its hype and delivered epic content consisting of goverment attrocities and emotional breakdowns.







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The second series in the Marvel Cinematic Universe titled Falcon and The Winter Soldier of the phase four-category is down to its last episode now that is scheduled to release on 23rd of April 2021 or in easy words next Friday. The show so far has lived up to its hype and delivered epic content consisting of government atrocities and emotional breakdowns.

The show just dropped its fifth episode in the series, let us take a look at what this episode had to say about the ongoing events.

 

Episode 5: The episode picks right after the events of episode 4 climax wherein John Walker kills a flag smasher with his shield and after doing so seeks shelter in a train yard where he is confronted by Sam and Bucky who order him to drop the shield as he just committed a crime with it. Walker refuses it which leads to a brawl between three of them containing heavy punches and kicks to knock off the super-soldier. Walker’s shield is pulled off from his arm by both of them which fractures it. Some days later John Walker is called in the court of law only to be stripped of his duties as the new Captain America.

Sam and Bucky both start training for the fight to come from the flag smashers as they also repair the boat which was a major errand. Sam also interrogates Isaiah Bradley who tells him all about the hydra and their secret mission and this country how it has been torturing and betraying its soldiers. We get a glimpse of Sharon Carter who orders Batroc to deliver some equipment to the flag smashers which puts her character into a fishy zone. The post-credit scene displays John Walker building his own Shield for the fight to come, the episode also focused on the Dora Milaje apprehending Zemo for the objective of incarcerating him in the Wakandanian prison.







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