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#1 Movie of All-Time
KING Of All Schmoes
Keep in mind that I do NOT read the books.
I liked Dany in Season 1 but hated her in Season 2, I thought she a whiny, selfish, brat. I hope she gets better treatment in Season 3.
I like Sansa. I think she did some horrible stuff in Season 1 but now I feel bad for her. She's just a scared little girl and I like how she's maturing and I'm excited to see what happens next.
I love Margaery Tyrell and want more of her.
I think out of everyone, Renly and Stannis had the most right to take the throne.
I think Jon Snow has become terribly boring. I hope they give him a better plot in Season 3.
Want more Ygritte.
I still love Arya and I hope she stays with Gendry for a while. She would be a fierce yet just queen.
I feel bad for Catelynn even though it was dumb to let Jamie go.
Cersei's character development this season was awesome.
Tyrion is still awesome but I wish he was still on top. And I think he'd be a good king.
The Lannisters are the most interesting family, you never know what those crazies are gonna do.
I hate the red witch lady and that whole storyline. And boring Stannis.
I think the Starks would make the best rulers, especially Robb and Arya.
I also have a feeling that Gendry will end up king at the end.
Theon is a little bitch and his sister and father creep me out.
|Directed by:||Mark Andrews|
|Written by:||Brenda Chapman|
|Cast:||Kelly Macdonald, Emma Thompson, Billy Connolly, Julie Walters, Kevin McKidd, Craig Ferguson, Robbie Coltrane|
(NO SPOILERS) This movie went beyond my expectations. It was truly magical. The animation was Pixar's best to date IMO and the scenery was stunning. The Scottish setting was very realistic and true but not so much where non-Scots couldn't relate.
The characters were all great. Merida is a down-to-earth, relatable princess. Yes she's "tomboyish" but not is a typical, stereotypical way...she's still very much a girl. The father is funny and the mother is actually quite layered. The three baby brothers were the best part imo. They cracked me up every time.
Brave had a great storyline that had lessons on finding your own path in life and family issues/love. It presented it's story with those lessons but without being preachy at all. Not to mention it was super funny. I laughed a lot and even cried a bit. And the music was good too!
And if you think the trailer gave the whole movie away, think again. They knew how to make a good trailer while leaving the best parts to surprise you in the movie. Also, the short film in front was adorable and beautiful.