Probably because he has not read the books.
*Activating smug mode*
I have. After all I was this cool before it was cool to be uncool. 223 more words
SPOILER ALERT: Please don’t read this review if you don’t want to know what transpires in the episode.
The long-awaited nuptials of Joffrey (Jack Gleeson) and Margaery (Natalie Dormer) 585 more words
The trick to representing a stoic, unemotional, taciturn, and ice-cold character in a visual medium such as film is that the character must be designed beyond perfectly, so that all necessary development and motivation can be properly relayed to the audience without the character breaking personality to do so. 1,298 more words
Baby birds are hatching, the sun is (almost) shining, and Game of Thrones is back for a fourth season. How I have missed those typical longshots of Jaime Lannister strolling confidently down a long, extravagantly decorated hallway, while a brooding Tywin (Charles Dance) festers in a fancy chair. 484 more words