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We saw big moments, like the death of heroine-turned-despite Daenerys Targaryen. They happened quickly, and they kind of seemed anticlimactic.
The oddest aspect of the long-awaited, much derided, but actually pretty good finale of Game of Thrones is that it tries to sell an aristocratic coup as a glorious revolution.
In this final episode, needing only to execute George R.R. Martin's ending, they clearly made a choice: to lean into the things their show does better than most other shows. It was the right choice!
Benioff and Weiss organized their entire series around an ending that they didn't write to.
The complex narrative rich in symbols and surprises was simplified in such a way that the creators gave us a compliant, straight-forward and simplistic ending. [Full review in Spanish]
Finales should leave you needing a moment to take it all in. All 'The Iron Throne' will leave you is either laughing, groaning, or wondering what's on the other side.
The Game of Thrones finale seems to occupy the space between Lost and The Sopranos, not quite in the realm of outlandish but certainly not fully satisfying either.
It was not happy or sad, it was simply an end. Bittersweet may be more appropriate, nothing free of controversy and discussion but, an end after all. [Full Review in Spanish]
In the series finale of Game of Thrones, we see the future of Westeros unfold before our eyes.