Is it their moral fibre? Their compassion? Their willingness to take responsibility for their actions? Military or economic ability? Game of Thrones has an interesting answer to this.
The show, that has captivated the hearts and minds of viewers for close to a decade- is over. In order to say farewell, I will recount the life lessons each Game of Thrones character taught me.
What if countries had ASOIAF mottos?
We all know what fantasy is- yet we use terms such as ‘paranormal’. or ‘high fantasy’ to describe certain books. But what do they mean?
As Game of Thrones bows out, attention is brought to the upcoming adaption to Philip Pullman’s His Dark Materials. In this post, I will highlight the 8 things HBO’s “His Dark Materials” has to get right in order to be a successful adaption and television show. Some of my reasons are straight forward and will be agreed by many fans, and others will be more controversial.
After all, there is nothing more satisfying than seeing a smug jerk get the pointy end of the stick. Usually, my attitude is that viewers are free to enjoy or despise any moment in media. But is it justified? I’m not the moralizing type who screams ‘danger’ at a feather falling, you know? However, I think the issue is a bit more complex than ‘yes’ or ‘no’.
It’s common knowledge: the final season of the hit HBO show “Game of Thrones” has been divisive. A couple of hours ago, the final episode aired- and I found it to be impressive. It’s been a long journey with this universe, and I got teary-eyed near the end.