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I know Jim and A.Ron mostly are either mixed on it or don't like the film, 58% to 60% of critics dislike it, and you know what a majority of the opinions are absolutely fair. However, I'm gonna come right out and say it. I'm making no apologies for loving this f'ing movie.
To the folks in the know, KOTM is for better or for worse, a Toho Heisei era quality film/script with a Hollywood budget. If that's not your thing then no this movie will not do it. If the Godzilla 90's era was your jam, then this is a love letter to you.
cdrive said:Can we start a shoulda list? Seems like many were upset because they had a big bag of built up, pre-conceived shoulda's that they brought in with them when they watched the episode.
So "Volanqar" means "younger sibling" right? And Dany T was the younger sister of Rhaegar and Viserys right? And Dany T buried Cersei in her Red Keep by blowing up the whole motherfucker right? Seems to me the Valonqar Prophecy was not violated but fulfilled. There were many that thought it shoulda been Jaime or shoulda been Tyrion, or with the gender-neutral Valyrian is coulda and shoulda been Arya.
I suppose Jaime did put his hand on her neck but in a non threatening manner and perhaps she suffocated under the rubble. So it could've still been fulfilled just not in the way Cersei interpreted it.
Cindy said:Our two favorite psychopaths Joffrey and Ramsey died very nasty deaths. Viserys got a “crown” of molten gold, Walder Frey’s throat was cut. Melisandra should have burned to death but then again, she did resurrect Jon.
Aww_PHuuCk said:I liked the episode.
However I hated the end of Jaime's arc. In some way I hope that's because GRRM will also end it that way because if this was a showrunner move then I think it was a poor move. Its tragic sure but I don't know. Just not pleased with it.
I actually like the "unsatisfactory" way Cersei went out. Its very Game of Thrones for the demise of the antagonists to not go out as fitting or violently as you would expect.
I can understand why some people don't like that Cersei died in the manner that she did and I too feel a level of dissatisfaction, but for me its a similar "dissatisfaction" to that of Joffrey I guess.
All the Chickens said:I felt so fucking bad for Brienne. Jaime basically threw rocks at her and told her to go away, like Arya did to Nymeria in season 1.
I think he is 100% going back to "take care" of Cersei, by saving her from herself and/or saving everyone else from her. It probably would have made Brienne feel better if he had just told her that he has to go try to stop Cersei, especially if that's actually what he's doing.
Question is does she go after him anyway?