There are few sagas nowadays that grip you from start to finish like the third season of Game of Thrones does, the best of eight. And there are few seasons like this that are virtually flawless. And indeed, maybe it was just that. The episode 3x09 "The Rains of Castamere" is a milestone on the television productions of the decade, perhaps the most successful episode of the entire saga, when, in an episode that is at times normal, the last five minutes are enough to inevitably upset definitively and permanently the balance that was accompanied by two seasons and which will condition the following ones. Perfection.
[Peter Dinklage, Ciaran Hinds, Paul Kaye, and Dianna Rigg are] all fun to watch, even when their characters don’t have anything in particular to do besides relay information that we need to keep up with the story or keep straight the seven (so we’re told) warring families.
Fantastic Show, however too many *in my opinion* main characters dying, which I think makes it more realistic,as no one lives forever, but what next when all main characters are gone? New characters bought in with a simple distance relationship background story with the dead ones? Slow down Thrones, I want you to last a good few seasons.
What a snorefest! Apparently the books are the same, but come on! Season 3 was like a soap opera, lucky to move across a room in five episodes. I loved the red wedding because something had finally happened!
Season 3 went the way the books did nowhere.
There is no coherent story as such, the scenes jump all over the place.
The only thing that is left some CGI action but thats not enough to make it interesting.