The Game Of Thrones tells a story on many planes that always intercept at some point, it links the power of name and blood to the will of the people, it gives meaning to the word ‘honor’ and it surely makes you step into another dimension, that of kings and magic.
This show surpassed my every expectation by far. Excellent acting. Very good cast. Beautiful scenery. 4 episodes in and i simply cant wait another week for the 5th one . The story and even the dialogs stay true to the Game Of Thrones Seasons 1-2 DVD.
The Game Of Thrones Seasons 1-2 occasionally felt weighted down by expectations in its first season, but it demonstrates a lighter touch this year; there's a particularly amusing sequence in Episode 3 involving Tyrion Lannister (Peter Dinklage) that is both dramatically effective and comedically pleasing.
For fans looking for all the goodness that the first season of Game of Thrones delivered, this will continue to be one of the best epic fantasy adaptations you’ve ever seen. With sharp writing that makes the medieval tongue sound as contemporary as it can, and a tone and style that makes Lord of the Rings look like kiddie fare, this series is one of the best on television.
It's a sign of the show's maturation that it can have a little fun with its narrative style even as it continues to take the characters and their ever more complicated world seriously.
All men must die. And all seasons must end. Season 2 has been a wild, glorious ride. And what happens next is anyone's guess. But that won't stop us from taking a look at the state of affairs at the end of Season 2.