Game of Thrones: Season 7 Episode 3 - TV Reviews - Rotten Tomatoes

Game of Thrones: Season 7 Episode 3 Reviews

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Andrew Snell
Daily Mirror (UK)
April 5, 2019

I still want Dany to actually DO something.

Full Review | Original Score: 4/5
Neil Miller
Film School Rejects
April 5, 2019

To put it bluntly, they are taking shortcuts. And these shortcuts are degrading the show's internal logic.

David Malitz
Washington Post
Top Critic
April 5, 2019

They are all eventful episodes at this point. And they better be... But this episode gets some bonus points because it was actually pretty funny.

Dave Gonzales
Thrillist
April 5, 2019

At least Olenna got to finally tell Joffery's father that she was responsible for the royal twerp's death.

TK Burton
Pajiba
April 5, 2019

Yet, despite these momentous events, 'The Queen's Justice' felt strangely hollow. It wasn't a bad episode, really, just not a terribly interesting one.

Alex Mullane
Digital Spy
April 5, 2019

While the plot has broadly contracted and the show's structure has subtly shifted to reflect that, by the episode's end, Game of Thrones proves that it's still more than capable of painting on a wide canvas.

Kayti Burt
Collider
April 5, 2019

Structurally, it seems more and more likely that Season 7 is giving Cersei some early triumphs in order to make Dany's inevitable victory that much more dramatic.

Full Review | Original Score: 3/5
Laura Prudom
Mashable
April 5, 2019

The Queen of Thorns certainly lived up to her name in episode 3, and Jaime Lannister will be feeling the sting of her barbs long after her body is cold.

Jeff Spross
Brightest Young Things
April 5, 2019

After seven seasons of build up, it's hard to see how Game of Thrones could've possibly delivered on the hype. But "The Queen's Justice" played it about as well as it could be played, I think.

Vinnie Mancuso
Decider
June 26, 2018

Seeing characters we've gotten to know over six long, bloody seasons interact is a lot like seeing a dragon for the first time. I'd say you get used to it, but you never really do.

William Evans
Black Nerd Problems
June 22, 2018

Lady Olenna really was the Ruth Bader Ginsburg of the seven kingdoms. Bars all the way to the end.

Drew Koenig
Tell-Tale TV
June 14, 2018

The Queen's Justice proves, if nothing else, that the small, quiet moments and performances are the most important elements of the series -- and it is holding true to that in wonderful ways, even as things are happening at breakneck speed.

Full Review | Original Score: 4.5/5
Rob Bricken
io9.com
May 14, 2018

All in all, it was another terribly efficient episode of Game of Thrones.

Karl Quinn
The Age (Australia)
Top Critic
February 15, 2018

As parting shots go, it's a doozy.

Andrew Bloom
Consequence of Sound
February 14, 2018

That is the call and response of Game of Thrones. Fortunes change on the battlefield. The embodiments of ice and fire meet face to face.

Kevin Fitzpatrick
ScreenCrush
October 16, 2017

Hot crackers, that was some good Game of Thrones.

Lili Loofbourow
The Week
September 1, 2017

There's a certain irony to the fact that a show accused of over-explaining its plot is equally guilty of under-explaining its most beloved characters.

Soumya Srivastava
Hindustan Times
August 29, 2017

One of the most tightly packed, unexpectedly emotional episodes with parallel stories almost poetically entwined.

Full Review | Original Score: 4.5/5
Ned Lannamann
The Stranger (Seattle, WA)
August 24, 2017

The show continues its late-series trend of getting down to brass tacks, and we finally saw two of its lead characters sharing the screen for the first time

Alison Herman
The Ringer
August 15, 2017

[Game of Thrones] flexed a different kind of muscle: what a show is able to do when it spends six and a half seasons building up epic stakes through all-too-human characters.

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