I agree, speaking of Darth Vader, Disney wasn’t lying when it said it didn’t want him to overshadow the movie, and the Sith Lord is only in a couple of scenes. But what scenes they are! Nothing has been lost of the Vader we’ve all come to fear and, in fact, we now have a nice balance between the slow-moving, almost one-dimensional, Vader of the…[Read more]
Another impressive episode. Cercies’ vengeance and Arya’s revenge… and surprises. Thanks Flint for clarifying Jon Snow’s lineage for me… could be quite significant as the quest for power continues in the seven kingdoms. He’s got the support of the North now as a Stark. Will he align with his “other” real relative Daenerys?
This episode may win best cinematography or best instrumental or something but I was not entertained. It was all visually appealing but the story is moving along way too slow at least in this episode. For a season opener I was really disappointed.
There’s no way Melisandre won’t be bringing Jon back to life. This isn’t The Walking Dead; people don’t necessarily stay dead, and Melisandre is a powerful witch. They can’t keep such a pivotal character dead!
Melisandre has to bring Jon back; there’s no way they’ll leave such a pivotal character dead. This isn’t The Walking Dead; people can come back due to all the magic in GoT. Why else would they be working so hard to keep Jon’s body intact (other than due respect, of course).