The film preaches of the love of creative freedom, yet finds no original form of expression of its own.
The problem this season on Game of Thrones continues to be plotlines that seem horrendously out of place.
Many of the events in Game of Thrones are developing so quickly that plot, by necessity, substitutes for development.
The episode sees the writers ruthlessly beginning to sew up loose (or underdeveloped) plots.
The deeper irony here, of course, is that “The Dance of Dragons” refers to the divisive, needless war between two siblings for the Iron Throne.
Despite being home to the Faceless, the House of Black and White is filled with a variety of visages: statues to the various gods of Westeros.
It’s fitting that the titular House of Black and White is home to No One, for if there’s anything true of Westeros, it’s that nothing is ever black and white.
With the sixth episode of its debut season, Torchwood’s identity crisis continues.