Game of Thrones Shows Spectacular Visuals

Game of Thrones Shows Spectacular Visuals  

Article by Bsky

Have you read the book-game of thrones? I bet you must think the book is fantastic, right? Then you can not miss the show basd on the book.

The increased assurance and momentum are gratifying, but the show’s spectacular visuals are even more rewarding on an eye-candy level. The “Game of Thrones” location scouts, set-builders and directors have really outdone themselves this time, but there’s a lived-in quality to the settings that make the action that happens in them seem real and even relatable at times.

Here, in game of thrones, the sheer size of Westeros and the number of characters contained therein could have proved a logistical nightmare for David Benioff and D.B. Weiss – taking into account they had but 10 (or so) hours to tell multiple intertwining (and sometimes disparate) stories and make them work as a cohesive whole. In doing this, the writers crafted a solid second season that united its characters and their various story lines through the omnipresent threat of conflict.

The big thing in game of thrones is to exit on a high note, and the show definitely ends on a cliffhanger big enough to bring people back next year. Last year’s finale shot of a blackened, naked Danerys holding her three baby dragons was pretty epic, but this episode had three impressive closing shots back-to-back-to-back to cement our major story lines: Dany in Qarth, Robb’s romance, Tyrion and Shae, and the men of the Night’s Watch north of the wall.

As importantly, while I doubt they’ve pleased fans of the books with the adaptation of the show (I know from browsing the comments here that there are many things cut or changed), I think the show runners have done a great job at creating great television from great source material. It’s not always easy to do, let alone do well, but I can’t argue with these results.

Arya is barely touched upon, but she, Gendry (Joe Dempsie) and Hot Pie (Ben Hawkey) have successfully escaped Harrenhal, thanks to Jaqen H’ghar (Tom Wlaschiha), who offers to teach Arya the way to cross those names from her special list. Tempting as the offer must be, she turns him down, but Jaqen gives the girl his version of a business card – just in case she needs his services at some point down the road.

Ok, once your interest has been provoked by my simple reviews, come to enjoy the show by yourself. Have a nice time.

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