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Game Of Thrones 5 Seasons 2012

Season 2
4.7 out of 5 stars (1.403) IMDb 9.5/10

The struggle for the Iron Throne intensifies into all out war. Brother fights brother, allies turn into enemies and death awaits for anyone unprepared for their stake in the game of thrones. Based on George R.R. Martin's best-selling 'A Song of Ice and Fire' series. Winter is coming...

Starring:
Peter Dinklage, Lena Headey

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1. The North Remembers

Season 2 Premiere. Tyrion arrives to save Joffrey's crown from threats old and new; Daenerys searches for allies and water in the Red Waste; Jon Snow and the Night's Watch face the wilderness beyond the Wall.

AGES-18-AND-OVER 1 January 2012 52 minutes
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2. The Night Lands

Arya shares a secret with a familiar recruit; a scout returns to Dany with disturbing news; Theon comes home to the Iron Islands and his real family; Tyrion administers justice; Jon witnesses a terrible crime.

AGES-18-AND-OVER 1 January 2012 53 minutes
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3. What Is Dead May Never Die

At the Red Keep, Tyrion plots three alliances through the promise of marriage. Catelyn arrives in the Stormlands to forge an alliance of her own. But King Renly, his new wife Margaery, and her brother Loras Tyrell have other plans in mind.

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4. Garden of Bones

Catelyn tries to save two kings from themselves; Tyrion practices coercion; Robb meets a foreigner; outside the gates of salvation, Dany finds her ally; Melisandre casts a large shadow on the Stormlands.

AGES-18-AND-OVER 1 January 2012 50 minutes
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5. The Ghost of Harrenhal

The Baratheon rivalry ends; Tyrion learns of Cersei's secret weapon; Dany suffers a loss; Arya collects a debt she didn't know was owed; Jon and the Night's Watch man an ancient fortress and meet a legend.

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6. The Old Gods and the New

Theon completes his master stroke. In King's Landing, the Lannisters send Myrcella from harm's way in the nick of time. Arya gets a surprise visitor; Dany vows to take what is hers; Robb and Catelyn receive crucial news; Jon has a chance to prove himself.

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7. A Man Without Honor

Jaime meets a distant relative; Dany receives an invitation to the House of the Undying; Theon leads a search party; Jon loses his way in the wilderness; Cersei counsels Sansa.

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8. The Prince of Winterfell

At Winterfell, Theon receives a visitor and holds down the fort. Arya calls in her final debt with Jaqen. Robb is betrayed. Tyrion and Varys find common ground. Dany ignores Jorah's advice. Stannis and Davos approach their destination.

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9. Blackwater

Tyrion and the Lannisters fight for their lives as Stannis' fleet assaults King's Landing.

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10. Valar Morghulis

Season 2 Finale. Tyrion awakens to a changed situation. King Joffrey doles out rewards. As Theon stirs his men to action, Luwin offers some final advice. Brienne silences Jaime; Arya receives a gift; Dany goes to a strange place; Jon proves himself.

AGES-18-AND-OVER 1 January 2012 1 hour, 3 minutes
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Game of Thrones Season 2 takes on the series from the outstanding Season 1, keeping it firmly as the best fantasy show on television and in competition for the best television show of any genre. Season 2 follows on directly from the previous season, building the various factions amid an outstanding world of intrigue, politicking, and battle.

What has set Game of Thrones apart is the sheer breadth of ambition. The best of US television shows have been ensemble. Nothing has come close to producing the range of cast assembled here. While one faction does disappear from Season 1 as those who inhabited the Eerie play no role but the addition of more groups just makes this so much more fascinating than traditional television for those with short attention spsns.

The factions are largeiy the same as in Season 1. The Lannisters retain control of the capital of Westeros, King's Landing. They are at war with the Starks who are pushing south from Winterfell following the execution of Ned Stark towards the end Season 1. Further north, beyond the wall are the Wildlings and the Knights Watch. Far away but still seeking to return are a faction of Dothraki led by the Targaryen claimaint to the throne of Westeros. New for Season 2 are two different factions of Baratheons angling for the kingship, the wealthy and ambitious Tyrells, and the warlike Iron Islanders.

With so many factions it can at times be hard to keep track. That is especially when seemingly important characters turn out not to have a real role. This is particularly the case with the very brief apperance of Lucian Msomati who viewers will recognise from
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I won't beat around the bush here, Season 2 is superior to Season 1. This show
is quite extraordinary and just gets better and better as it progresses. You know
you're watching something special when 50min episodes feel like 25min shorts - time
just flies by when watching Game of Thrones, and although the climax of each episode
means the end, it's not without some amazing cliffhanger which makes you crave for more.

Season 2 covers the whole of the second book, 'A Clash of Kings', and it progresses the
story forward at a decent rate whilst introducing plenty of new faces, making the battle
for the Iron Throne very intense. Not all of the people you'd expect to see in Season 2
are here yet, the show's creators stated that Season 2 introduced enough new faces, so
several key characters that appear in 'A Clash of Kings' have been delayed until Season 3.

We're at a good point now though, where most of the show's foundations have been set in Season 1,
so the story is free to steam forward. As always, the acting for the series is just top notch, and
the sets look superb, although the big battles usually have to fade to black because of budget and
man power issues i suspect, other than that the show is almost perfect. Just like Season 1 there
are some great twists, even more nudity, even more fighting and a little bit of love & laughter
with a splash of tears - it's the complete television show and right now, the best thing on TV.

If you watched and enjoyed Season 1 then this is an obvious purchase. For anyone new to the
series, pickup Season 1 and 2, clear your schedule and prepare to watch some damn fine
television, then join the rest of us in the year long wait until Game of Thrones Season 3.
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For some reason the UK steelbook does not include a digital download (Ultraviolet) code. In other countries, including some in Europe, the code is included.

This steelbook features a new internal design which stacks the discs on top of each other on the hubs. This allows five discs (three on the left and two on the right) to fit inside a standard steelbook. Whilst this results in a nice slim steelbook, it does make the discs quite tricky to remove, especially the bottom one of the three on the left side.

The sigil magnet does not hold it position very well and so will just slide off unless you keep the steelbook in the slipcover with the extra plastic packaging.

This release does include a Dolby Atmos soundtrack which will be a nice bonus for the few that have the required equipment.
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With a portion of the main characters dead from last series, this series allows us to forget bout poor Ned and concentrate on the rest of Westeros and its people. First of all i need to dish out the first and probably the biggest compliment of this season. Jack Gleeson as Joffrey Baratheon, delivers one of the strongest acting performances i have ever seen, he literally forces you to hate him, there's is not a living sole in the world that says "My favourite character is Joffrey because he's so heroic and relatable". A performance that can turn an entire planet against you and make them forget that your actually just acting really deserves a special mention, his character is a spoilt, smarmy, cruel, cowardly and vicious little mummy's boy with a crown on his head and a host of loyal followers to use as toys. Really. well done Jack Gleeson, fantastic job, its just a shame that in real life people forget your just an actor sometimes, doing a job.
Not to forget the rest of the cast Peter Dinklage continues to step up as the ever underestimated Tyrion, traversing kings landing, the King and an impending war the only way he knows how, using treachery, but its an honest treachery, he,s still a loveable rogue with his heart in the right place despite the world being against him. Kit Harrington and Richard Madden also continues to carve themselves as the stories heroes, with their own and very different challenges to over come, Robb continues to fight his war against the Lannisters, facing betrayalfrom both those around him and from whithin himself while Jon marches out across the wall and finally see what it means to be a man of the nights watch and exactly what it is their fighting.
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