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About IcaroRibeiro

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  1. Game of Thrones is a piece of rust since season 4. I'm really happy this is going to end, maybe then Martin realize he needs to end his books
  3. I discovered SW trough prequel trilogy when I was I child so I didn't have the nostalgia effect attached on me and the movies themselves were enough to make me a fan, but now I find the prequel trilogy a bit problematic in technical points.like the plot (though I find it a bit confused), but the character development is pretty bad and the screenplay is not really the best. Sometimes I felt like Obi wan was the truly main character, his journey was usually a lot more funnier and enjoyable than Anakin's I think overall first and third trilogies are much better, I give the original trilogy the crown atm, but only for innovation purpose and legacy, because while A New Hope was great and Empire Strikes Back was marvelous The Return of Jedi was basic and underwhelming. For now I find TFA funny and competent and TLJ a great movie, if the next movie somewhat manage to close the plot holes left by TLJ and give this trilogy a true epic end then I'll give the crown the the newer trilogy just because I find sequel trilogy the most consistent
  4. TLJ is more risky and disruptive and has a sharper direction. TFA is cool, but very nostalgic and safe, I've already seen the plot in other movies before. I don't like when any franchise try to bind the public through nostalgia, feels like the producers have nothing new to offer
  5. Stormlight Archive is very hard, long and expensive to adapt, that's why I'm not excited to see a Stormlight movie I think a Mistborn trilogy would be a much better pick for a live action The only way I see to make an faithful and actual good Stormlight adaptation would be through animated series
  6. Let's hope for the best nonetheless
  7. Loved the trailer Please less The Force Awakens and more The Last Jedi!
  8. I disliked how people forgave Szeth This guy murdered tons of nation leaders and let nations went to war and chaos. He should be dead by now
  9. I guess human destroyed their past world and came to Roshar begging
  10. 23 =)
  11. I like him as he is now, a no-radiant. I don't think he fits on Edgedancers
  12. Yes, that's why the gravity is smaller. He stated he did it in order to create big animals to Roshar fauna
  13. I don't like the idea of let other author finish your work
  14. This man work full of his time writing so many books at the same time, but he still in his middle age. When he becomes older I'm not quite sure he's going to write as much as he can now. He plans to release: - 2 Elantris sequels - A Warbreaker sequel - 2 new Mistborn trilogies (the last Mistborn trilogy is going to be the last Cosmere work) - More 7 Stormlight Archive Books - Dragonsteel (Hoid origin story) Even if he's a writing machine it will took at least twenty-five years to write all these books (I'm guessing he spend 2 years for each Stormlight book). By that time he would be about 70 years old. Plus, we have only 10 know shards, which means we'll need more series to be written to present these shards So, I'm not sure if he can write about all the series he's planning, specially when he wants to write 10 Stormlight Books and have a big break between five 5 and 6 What do you think?
  15. Jasnah and Shallan. I may say I truly like their personality, struggles and powerness. Shallan has a tremendous good path, and thrilling good plots and arcs, but I can say the same of other characters in this franchise, such as Dalinar. So, why I choose Jasnah and Shallan? Well, they portrait a kind of character not common in high fantasy, they are woman, scholars, and Shallan is an artist, it's open windows for a new experience while reading their roles in story and these woman has a damnation chemistry, a perfect couple, an real meaningful picture of master and student relationship, and how they learning with each other. Since the first book I found myself truly immerse in their arc and how good they work together. Shallan chapters were the ones that I not only enjoy while reading, but also after reading I used to finding myself reflecting about scholarship and religious beliefs. Their dialogues are clearly an attempt to Sanderson himself express his desires to broke old fantasy stereotypes and how woman should be depicted in fiction even when the fiction itself is somewhere close to real life society. Such a deep writing