Game of Thrones Season 8 Episode 6 – Angry Review



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AngryJoe, Alex & Erica review the Series Finale, and incredible letdown that not even I was prepared for. I should have been, but wasn’t. What a waste of a perfectly good season and ending. I can’t think of a more rushed -lets-get-out-of-here- job from any writers for such a huge property.

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  1. TY Angry Joe. I felt bad for the entire
    crew. it is not on them. Once showrunners cut GRRM source material down to
    certain storylines/arcs, they had no idea how to continue those characters once
    original book material ran out. I truly believe they knew they were out of
    their element (no original writing skill set) so time to wrap up the show and
    move on. Then the consequence,  the S1-S4 great dialogue ( almost word
    from word from the books) turned into battle scenes/CGI effects (fan service)
    and script word count became less and less. Smart characters turned into idiots
    and went against everything we knew about them. After Hold the door episode,
    the magical/fantasy feel of the story peaked then disappeared. What was the
    point of the prophecies, wight walkers, children of the forest, and three eye
    raven? The story turned into subverting expectations which was, in the end, a
    ridiculous excuse for "we cannot write meaningful, cohesive dialogue"
    to continue good character arcs and great storytelling. Lord of the Rings
    rip-offs, the Mockingjay S8E6 CGI wingspan effect. I don't think D&D really
    cared about the show, fans, actors, any of it. The word Hubris comes to mind.
    Oh, yeah and D&D have submitted S8E6 for Emmy consideration for best
    writing and directing, LMFAO.

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