Tagged: a song of ice and fire (series)
There was a time when mythical lands, dragons and other fantastical worlds and characters were looked upon as greasy kids stuff and geek fodder. However thanks to blockbusting epics such as The Lord of...
Game of Thrones was the show that took the world by storm without anyone really expecting it.
I’ll go ahead and say that I liked watching Season 4, but not as much as I enjoyed the previous seasons.
Season 3 is a lot more slower to watch than the previous two seasons in terms of plotting and pacing, yet still very engaging to watch.
The new season of Game of Thrones is still three months away. While you wait, imagine: what if the story adapted as a film serial, with actors across the decades of classic cinema?
While Chris Hemsworth has been toiling away on the sets of Thor: The Dark World, co-star (and still with no pictures) Tom Hiddleston has played it nice, with tennis and fancy interviews.
Along with its fantastic film-like production value and stunning scenarios, Game of Thrones boasts its power and appeal in the way the characters are layered out as well as the great cast behind them.
The intrigue and destruction of A Song of Ice and Fire continues with the best installment since A Game of Thrones.
Your friendly internet neighborhood book reviewer is here to list her favorite media consumed this year.
Random awards for television during 2011 that I mention.