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Winter is here and Arya Stark may officially be the baddest woman in the land, but despite delivering some epic and emotional moments "The Long Night" leaves a few things to be desired (lighting, anyone?) heading into the final stretch.
Daenerys and Jon's output was so pitiful here that I worry their alliance might not make it to the final conflict with Cersei. Either way, I'm glad the story can make its way south again, where the sun shines and the action is a little easier to follow.
"The Long Night" left me with mixed feelings that leaned toward disappointment and some confusion.
It's ... tidy, you've got to give it that.
Game of Thrones has had battles before, monstrous battles, titanic battles, but nothing on the scale of this one. It was a remorseless, punishing onslaught, not just for the combatants, but for the viewer.
I'm satisfied, but my eyes need a rest.
Luckily, the writers knew her power, and Arya was given the greatest moment of the episode -- and one of the most satisfying moments ever in Game of Thrones.
A good episode, but also the distinct underlying worry the show may have climaxed too soon.
The setup ended up being far better than the execution.
The show spent so much time drumming up the battle with the Dead and the prospect of the end of the world, that everything that comes after will be second fiddle in intensity and importance.
Game of Thrones has pushed the limits and raised both the standard of what can be done for the "small" screen.[Full review in Spanish]