Into the Badlands (2015–2019)
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Chapter III: White Stork Spreads Wings 

As Sunny begins to train M.K., the boy struggles to learn discipline. Meanwhile, Quinn seeks retribution against The Widow and faces the consequences.

Director:

David Dobkin

Writers:

Alfred Gough (created by), Miles Millar (created by) | 3 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Daniel Wu ... Sunny
Orla Brady ... Lydia
Sarah Bolger ... Jade
Aramis Knight ... M.K.
Emily Beecham ... The Widow
Oliver Stark ... Ryder
Madeleine Mantock ... Veil
Ally Ioannides ... Tilda
Marton Csokas ... Quinn
Ellen Hollman ... Zypher
Teressa Liane ... Angelica
Yohance Myles ... Ringo
Benjamin Papac ... Bale
Jerri Tubbs ... Mari
Stephen Lang ... Waldo
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As Sunny begins to train M.K., the boy struggles to learn discipline. Meanwhile, Quinn seeks retribution against The Widow and faces the consequences.

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TV-14
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Official Sites:

AMC

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

29 November 2015 (USA) See more »

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In the wheelchair fight scene, there are stabilizers added to the back of the wheelchair to prevent it from flipping backwards. This is noticeable when MK is flipped backward and the stabilizers can be seen. See more »

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Getting alive

Things keep being as simple as possible in episode three of "Into the Badlands". The plot continues to be just pure empty air. However, now that we have got to know a little bit about the characters and their (simple) motivations, things are starting to get more interesting. The characters are as cardboard-cut as they come, and your average action hero, villain, etc... but the actors help elevate a little bit the material. They won't win any award, but embody their characters and bring them to live. M.K. is still a long way from becoming particularly interesting, though, but the story for now helps us overcome this. And the fights are quite good, full to the brim and with lots of energy. The camera work overdoes the overhead shot, but otherwise they are magnificently directed and make us forgive the shortcomings of the plot.


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