A final 70 minutes in which not even a second went wasted; those 70 minutes flew by, concluding all storyline, now closer than ever to each other. They were also 70 minutes strange, with an initial ’ apparent calm very distressing and a gradual recovery of rhythm, up to the majestic final scene.
Despite the absolute discretion on any detail on the episode and talent of Game of Thrones for surprise, There are items that, even in these circumstances, We could take for granted: one is the central theme, namely the clash Jon/Ramsay, and the other is the fact that the ninth episode is always the one that GoT gives her best. But this time he overtook Baelor, exceeded Blackwater, exceeded even the battle of Hardhome: blew away all expectations.
Everything suggests that the next episode will be totally focused on Battle of the Bastards, that's why "No One" pulls the sums of any other storyline. It's not the bet by big moment that we expected, but who more, some less, those in a hurry, who slowly, all the main characters arrive at points of no return that we envisage an intense Season Finale where there won't be allowed to pull the breathing even for a moment.
Acronym postponed to open this seventh episode of Game of Thrones. A choice that has definitely taken aback every viewer and that was explained by Director Bryan Cogman with not wanting to reveal through the names of the cast present the reappearance of a character very loved by much of the public. It is on this return – not as unexpected because one of the actors involved had long hinted – that focuses “The Broken Man”, an episode of transition but at the same time reminds us that a Game of Thrones can never lower the […]
"Blood of My Blood" is the title of this episode and the bond of blood permeates all storyline involved; from the family, found, abused or betrayed, to that of the dothraki horsemen with their K (“Blood of My Blood” It is in fact the phrase with which the Knights of blood call their Khal). A relatively peaceful episode, with the right amount of novelty that makes it interesting while allowing us to pull your breath after last week. But with every storyline now at a decisive point, We can consider it as the calm before the storm. And who knows what […]
This week Game of Thrones sounds change log, with an episode from the slower pace and with minor events, all thoughts and strategies in view of decisive steps to be taken further. But no, because, suspended, in the last five minutes here all precipitates and our weekly psychological trauma is readily secured.
If last year it suffered many criticisms of Thrones for a self-styled slowness in narrative, due to the lack of important events in the early episodes, now it is unquestionably and completely redeemed. A plot twist after another, continuous twist and pace seem to make the sixth season so far more overwhelming.
After a brief summary of past events and a plot twist that indelibly marked the course of events that will be, the sixth season of Game of Thrones goes live, bringing us fully in the dynamics of power games, both the North and the free cities.
This second episode of Game of Thrones marks the return and the first appearance of several characters, some of them we didn't think we'd ever seen. At the same time, however, others tell us finally adieu. But to get us really excited is the feeling emerging from more than one storyline that perhaps in the wind House Stark is finally starting to turn in favour.