The final season of Game of Thrones is nearing its untimely end, and after eight long years, most fans are struggling with their goodbyes. However, this show has affected some people so greatly that it will always be a part of their lives, and I am lucky enough to be one of those people. No matter what, I will always carry the life lesson I learned from my favorite Game of Thrones characters with me, and I would like to share with you just exactly what those lessons are.
Back in the 1970s and 80s, comedians like George Carlin, Richard Pryor, Steve Martin, and so many others that I could spend days naming ruled the comedy stage. Standup comedy has been a highly lucrative industry for decades, yet is seems to have hit a wall in recent years.
When it comes to emotionally taxing movies and tough alpha males, the two walks of life usually don't co-exist. However, there are just some films that can make any viewer get something caught in their eye, and I am not afraid to admit that there have been far more than one occasions in which I bawled like a toddler. I'll admit that my taste in movies is far different from that of a seasoned movie critic, but I would still like to share with the world the films that always catch me right in the feels.
We have finally reached the last month of 2018, and the world can finally let out a collective sigh of relief and good riddance. Despite having a roller coaster of a year, there have been a lot of excellent projects to enjoy in Hollywood, and a lot of even more excellent actors who starred in said projects. I have compiled a list of who I think the best actors of 2018 are, and I think that all of these people deserve to be in talks for an Oscar nomination.
Characters miraculously coming back to life has been a staple plotline of soap operas for years, yet in modern television it seems that this archetype is starting to be used more and more. Even shows as popular as Game of Thrones have had problems permanently writing out characters, and I just simply cannot understand why. I would like to examine what exactly causes television writers to bring back characters that they have already killed off, and I hope I can shed some light on what I feel is an issue that plagues our television screens everyday.