Purge Of Kingdoms

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"An Unauthorized Game of Thrones Parody"
  • R
  • 2019
  • 1 hr 25 min
  • 2.2  (597)

Purge Of Kingdoms is a 2019 fantasy-comedy movie that explores the world of Westeros from the Game of Thrones universe. The movie is directed by Ara Paiaya, and it stars Angus Macfadyen as a fictionalized version of George R.R. Martin, the creator of the Game of Thrones series. Lou Ferrigno and Anna Hutchison also play pivotal roles in the movie.

The story of Purge Of Kingdoms takes place in a universe that is similar to Game of Thrones, but with a twist. In this universe, the characters from Game of Thrones live in a world that is separated by different kingdoms, each with its own unique culture and traditions. However, these kingdoms have decided to put an end to their differences by organizing a purge. During the purge, every kingdom is given one day to settle its differences by engaging in a massive battle.

The movie follows the character of George R.R. Martin as he tries to finish the final book in the Song of Ice and Fire series while dealing with the chaos of the purge. The main plot of Purge Of Kingdoms is centered on the efforts of Martin, who is trying to prevent the purge from turning into a real-life bloodbath by writing a satisfactory ending to his series that will unite all the kingdoms.

The movie's creative interpretation of the Game of Thrones universe is one of its standout features. The characters from the series are cleverly revamped for comedic purposes, and their exaggerated personalities make them even more entertaining to watch. Angus Macfadyen's portrayal of George R.R. Martin is particularly noteworthy, as he perfectly captures the essence of the author's personality and mannerisms. Lou Ferrigno, who plays the role of "the Mountain," is also a delightful addition to the movie, as his intimidating presence and unique mannerisms make every scene that he's in extremely enjoyable.

Anna Hutchison, who portrays a fictionalized version of herself, adds a touch of glamour to the movie. Her character is presented as a successful actress who has been brought to the Game of Thrones universe to star in Martin's newest adaptation. Hutchison's character provides some comic relief in the movie and acts as a refreshing change from the serious tone of the Game of Thrones series.

The movie's visuals are also impressive, and a lot of effort has been put into making the world of Westeros come alive. The purging scenes, in particular, are well-choreographed, and the use of special effects and CGI creates a realistic and engaging experience for the viewer.

Overall, Purge of Kingdoms is an entertaining and creative take on the Game of Thrones universe. The movie's emphasis on humor and satire makes it a refreshing break from the more serious tone of the original series. Angus Macfadyen, Lou Ferrigno, and Anna Hutchison deliver superb performances that add depth and humor to the story. The movie's visuals are also impressive, and the purging scenes are well-executed. Fans of Game of Thrones will enjoy this movie's unique interpretation of the universe, and those who are not familiar with the series will appreciate its humor and unique approach.

Purge Of Kingdoms is a 2019 comedy with a runtime of 1 hour and 25 minutes. It has received poor reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 2.2.

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    2.2  (597)