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A to Z Challenge Day 20: Tyrion Lannister (the Exceptionally Clever Imp)

I can remember when the first book in the “A Song of Ice and Fire” series first came out. I remember, not because I read it, but because a favorite web-comic writer of mine did, and he subsequently ranted to the world about how George R.R. 425 more words

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The Station Agent

Title: The Station Agent

Year: 2003

Rating: R

Cast: Peter Dinklage, Patricia Clarkson, Bobby Cannavale, and Michelle Williams

This drama piqued my interest for quite some time. 533 more words


Game of Thrones: Season 4 Episode 3

After last week’s shock ending, what we have now is a filler episode – which is about as interesting as it sounds.

Although Game of Thrones… 381 more words


Game Of Thrones: Tasteless twists and token titillations

WARNING: This post contains SPOILERS from recent episodes which some may prefer to avoid. And some may send me hate mail as they haven’t had time to watch it yet and I should have waited.  792 more words

Game Of Thrones

X-Men stars to be in Singapore this May for SouthEast Asia premiere

X-Men fans, listen up. Wolverine, Blink and Bolivar Trask will be coming your way this May!

Played by Hugh Jackman (Wolverine), Fan BingBing (Blink) and Peter Dinklage (Bolivar Trask), the superheros of X-Men will be in Singapore as part of the SouthEast Asia premiere of… 81 more words


Game of Thrones: “Breaker of Chains” Episode Review

With Littlefinger’s return, the most dangerous character on the show is back in action



A talky and intellectually engaging episode. The scenes where characters work through the consequences of King Joffrey’s death carry more dramatic weight than the action sequences: yes, Daenerys is about to lay siege to another slaving city, but what we’re really interested in is whether Tyrion will be able to identify Joff’s real killer before his trial begins. 444 more words

tv review - HBO's Game Of Thrones, episode 4.3

The king’s dead, long live the king. After last week’s wedding, a wedding that was not yet consummated, the crown went from the one Lannister to the next. 735 more words