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Arrow Season 4 Episode 5 Review - No Spoilers - Cinema Shelf
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Arrow Season 4 Episode 5 Review – No Spoilers

Rating: 8.5/10

After a pretty slow episode 4, CW came back strong with this week’s episode of Arrow. We got some more storyline progression and development in both Diggle and Captain Lance’s character as well as Oliver and Laurel’s relationship. Perhaps I thought this week’s episode was better because of how slow I thought episode 4 was, but either way, I this episode was one of my favorites of the season so far.

One of the things I always love to talk about when it comes to superhero TV shows and movies are crossovers. This week, we got to have a crossover with Constantine from the NBC show Constantine that was cancelled earlier this year. I thought his addition into the episode fit very well with this season, as this season is dealing with magic and mysticism. I’m not sure if he will return or not, but I would love it if he came back regularly because his character was so funny! He also seems like he’s pretty strong too.

Overall, this episode did such a better job of keeping my attention than the last did. The dialogue was good, with not as many corny lines and jokes in my opinion, and the action was up to par. The storyline was definitely pushed with the actions of last episode being resolved. While I felt this episode spent a great amount of time setting up future episodes, I thought it was done in a way that was still entertaining and engaging. Definitely check out this episode.

What did you think of the episode? Let us know in the comments below!

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