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Beyond the Wall
Critic Consensus: "Beyond The Wall" delivered the epic battles and plot twists that are expected from the penultimate episode of a Game of Thrones season -- although sometimes in ways that defied logic.
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Despite the characters' rush to stop their squabbling, gather forces and stockpile crops, Game of Thrones shouldn't be in a rush to gloss over what the show does best: fully immerse viewers in a vibrant and engaging world.
The transition of Game of Thrones from gutter-dirty medieval caper to traditional fantasy epic is complete.
While "Beyond the Wall" won't stand up to more impressive efforts like "Blackwater" or "The Watchers on the Wall", it gets the job done when it comes to raising tension for the final hour of the season.
Once again, we've got a lot of big, significant action to get to, and some hugely important story moments.
This is a polar bear that someone took the time and effort to turn into a zombie. It's beautiful. It's ridiculous. It's probably the reason there was no CGI budget left for Ghost to do anything this season.
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