JCuervo_a

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About JCuervo_a

Just a guy from Argentina who loves to watch TV.
I'm a San Lorenzo fan...yes, the Pope's team.
Favorite Movies: Pulp Fiction, The Dark Knight, Star Wars: Episode V, Indiana Jones: Raiders of the Lost Ark, Back to the Future, The Truman Show, Jaws, Groundhog Day, Ghostbusters.
Favorite Actors: Robert De Niro, Tom Hanks, Jack Nicholson, Antonhy Hopkins, Christian Bale, Harrison Ford, Bill Murray, Samuel L. Jackson, Robin Williams, Robert Downey Jr, Jim Carrey.
Favorite shows: Psych, Lost, Breaking Bad, Game of Thrones, The X-Files, Chuck, The Office, How I Met Your Mother, Community, Supernatural, The Simpsons, Scooby Doo, Futurama, Gravity Falls, Rick & Morty, Parks and Rec, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, TWD, The Blacklist, Arrow, Stranger Things...
Music: Rock & Pop & Blues
Favorite bands: Queen, The Beatles, CCR, Guns N' Roses, Arctic Monkeys, The Black Keys, Queens of the Stone Age, Cage The Elephant.
Food: Asado

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Chapter Two: The Mall Rats Episode

Chapter Two: The Mall Rats

Slightly better than the first episode, but it still feels so different and I don't know if I'm completely immersed in the new tone/atmosphere... Still very entertaining tho

The Iron Throne Episode

The Iron Throne

Surprisingly, I liked it a lot more than I expected. I think it's a great ending to the story but it came to this in a very hasty and sloppy way, they could have done the same in more episodes, with more sense. It's unforgivable how they rushed it. And I don't think it's at all "one of the worst endings ever seen in the history of television," as I read some people say. Knowing all the mistakes D&D made in the past, this final stretch could have been a real disaster and it was not. It is a real pity that so many mistakes have been made to reach this conclusion, but the truth is that it was very difficult to close this series, not because of the story, but because of the cultural phenomenon. Something like this hadn't happened since LOST, and there will always be people who were satisfied and others who were not.

The final scenes of Jon, Sansa (THE F'CKING QUEEN IN THE NORTH) and Arya are very beautiful. They are going to be a nice memory. As will Brienne closing Jaime's story.

1:23:45 Episode

1:23:45

Really terrifying. I struggled between anguish, tension, and the need to yell at the TV all the time. The terror of the real, even when it is unusual and extraordinary.