Monday, April 18, 2011

Game of Thrones Review

Game of Thrones Review
Game review thrones – and we must first say that the excitement and for good reason. Based on the best selling George Martin’s regular resources, and the beloved series of the novel, and the song of ice and fire, has sold books for more than seven million copies worldwide, won countless awards and hit the top of bestseller lists in The New York Times, so no surprise that saw the potential of HBO to do so. But there is a defect as possible – has not done the fantasy genre traditionally and tellybox. Game thrones do better?
From the first couple of episodes, and I may recognize only. With the narrative that jumps right to work, and offered to the seven kingdoms of the west, and the things – both the human and the supernatural – that threaten the peace between them. In the far north, behind the wall that protects the kingdoms and Carriers White – reanimated corpses – Tales of an old move. At the same time, King Robert Baratheon (Mark Addy) and travel to Winterfell to ask a friend trusts you Eddard Stark (Sean Penn) to rule in his team, while in the south, the heir to the last remaining strain of the past, Viserys Targaryen, Daenerys sells her sister bought the army and restore crown.
With so many characters and plots, places and background of current concerns for the game of thrones was always that the series would be confusing. However, the filmmakers found the perfect balance, and the introduction of the world in the west at a leisurely pace, while the continuous movement throughout history. Production values ??and the exhibition is the key, not only because it looks very good (apparently amazing), but because all of the Kingdom given special visual identity distinct, and the wall is a sad and miserable, Winterfell dark and sad, King landing is lush and green, while Pentos in the south, exotic and vibrant . Non-woven legends the series’ complex to all of the characters dressed in their dialects, which have been carefully designed to tell us more about our heroes and villains that a monologue can be a long and ever.

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