The huge war is over and now it's time to fight for the Iron Throne! I'm expecting an epic fight and a ton of people to die. I think I got exactly what I asked for. Do I still think the series is continuing to pander to fans? I think to a certain extent, yes, but I've GoTen used to it. (See what I did there?)
I've been meaning to watch Dunkirk for a long time but never got to it until this week. I remember seeing the trailer way back when. It was a super long trailer with a whole bunch of soldiers on a dock and some medics trying to get by. Everyone is shoulder to shoulder, so it's really tight. Then, all of a sudden, you hear the music really getting amped up. There is a noise of a plane coming. You can see the fear in their eyes, as each of them start to take notice of the noise. You see a plane coming in and everyone starts ducking. Then the Dunkirk logo pops up.
I know there are a lot of people complaining about how we live our lives today with social media, how we're quickly offended by the smallest things or how we take things for granted.
Game of Thrones is a phenomenal television series. It's crazy because it gravitates to so many different groups of people. In the past, I didn't think much of it and brushed it off as another television series that I'd never want to watch.
I've never been a huge fan of the Jurassic Park series. It's been a long time, but I remembered liking the first two movies. I don't think I cared much for the third movie. Jurassic World was a pleasant surprise, but it was definitely a popcorn flick where I enjoyed the movie for the fantastic special effects.
So the great war is over and everyone is ecstatic. Arya had saved the day in episode three and I wondered to myself what was next for episode four. How could they end the great war in episode three? Well they still have another war with Cersei to claim the iron throne. Oh yeah! That's right, the true game of thrones.