“House of the Dragon” Cynicism Is Winning “Rings of Power”

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This second semester of 2022 is a time of fantasy, and not just because of the promises of the candidates: we have two great series to watch on streaming services: ‘The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power’ , on Amazon Prime Video, and ‘A Casa do Dragão’, on HBO Max.

On the review aggregator site Rotten Tomatoes, critics differ little in terms of the quality of the two series, but the public gave 20% Approval for ‘Rings of Power’ and 84% for the ‘House of the Dragon’. The same happens on the website Metacritic: the public gives 2.4 in 80 for ‘Rings of Power’ and 4.7 for ‘House of the Dragon’. On IMDB (which belongs to Amazon) the grades are 6.9 and 8.7, respectively.

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Why this result? One seal more than the other? Is one more cynical than the other? Is George RR Martin better than Tolkien? That’s what we discuss in this episode of Quarantine Cult.

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