Game Of Thrones - Season 1
Game of Thrones is based on R. R. Martin's novel of the same name. Lord's Eddard Stark's old friend, King Robert Baratheon, summoned him to court to serve as the King's Hand. The exiled Prince Viserys Targaryen creates a new union to win back the Iron Throne. The winter is coming, and it might last for a lifetime and forgotten evil was awakened beyond the Great Wall that protects them.
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Tampa Bay Times
February 07, 2014 It's the stuff of fantasy geek heaven; a gritty period drama with letter-perfect clothes, weapons and lingo, yet unencumbered by historical facts or the weight of real events.Read in Source
April 17, 2011 There is the sense of intricacy having been confused with intrigue and of a story transferred all too faithfully from its source and thus not transformed to meet the demands of the screen.Read in Source
April 17, 2011 I mostly loved Game of Thrones, but occasionally grew a little weary of it as well. (And just to answer the obvious question, this is not a small-screen Lord of the Rings.)Read in Source
New York Daily News
April 17, 2011 Fans of the acclaimed Game of Thrones books, or even fans of fantasy realms in general, will find much to admire and enjoy here.Read in Source
February 07, 2014 The series was created with such care, it has so many intricate elements that brings this world alive. It's like peeking into a microcosm!Read in Source
April 17, 2011 Game of Thrones, one of the supposed biggies this spring, is a big letdown. Why is it so convoluted and punishing? It is to television what the Spider-Man musical is to Broadway.Read in Source
February 07, 2014 The main accomplishment of Game of Thrones is that, while it should keep the hard-core fans satisfied, even viewers who don't care whether Theon is a Greyjoy or a Tully can play along and have a good time.Read in Source
April 17, 2011 But the story at hand regularly slows to a crawl, making HBO's at times pokey but otherwise magnificent five-hour Mildred Pierce re-do seem like a 100-meter sprint in comparison.Read in Source
April 17, 2011 There's great potential here, and even if it fails to draw more than the fantasy contingent, Martin has sold more than 15 million copies of the books, and it's a rabid fanbase.Read in Source
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