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It’s been a pretty great season of Game of Thrones, with plenty of new characters (and plenty of killing off of old/new characters) to keep us busy on “A Cast of Kings.” As each season wraps up with several consequential episodes, it’s often easy to forget how much insane stuff happened during the earlier episodes.

Thus, I decided to revisit Season 4 and run down some of the moments that made a big impact on me. Find my Top 10 moments of Game of Thrones: Season 4 after the jump. Note: I ended up using the words “Most badass ____ imaginable” quite a bit. Let’s face it; there were some pretty amazing moments this season!

Feel free to list your own favorite moments in the comments. SPOILERS for the show are fine, but NO SPOILERS from future book developments (violators will have comments deleted and accounts banned).

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A Cast of Kings S4E10 – The Children

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Joanna and David discuss the tenth episode of season 4 of Game of Thrones, “The Children.” Thanks to our sponsor for this week, The Midwest Film Nerds Podcast. Click here to vote on “A Cast of Kings” T-shirt slogan, and also learn how you can get David to release the rest of his reaction video.

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/Filmcast Ep. 276 – How to Train Your Dragon 2

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Dave, Devindra, Jeff, and Germain discuss the how dumb the new Dumb and Dumber trailer is, get psyched for an upcoming appearance of Aquaman, and praise some upcoming indie films. Be sure to read up on why Orange is the New Black is the new Hill Street Blues, and The Last Disposable Action Hero.

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In this bonus episode, David and Devindra discuss the season finales of Mad Men Season 7 (Part 1) and Hannibal Season 2. Spoilers abound.

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I saw How to Train Your Dragon seven times in theaters when it was released in 2010. For me, few other films have taken better advantage of the IMAX format, and few have done a better job at conveying the exhilaration of flight. But beyond being a technical marvel, it also had a lot of heart and introduced us to one of the most adorable, heart-melting animated characters ever conceived, Toothless.

This weekend, How to Train Your Dragon 2 hits theaters. Could it live up to my impossibly high expectations? Find my video review after the jump.

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22 Jump Street (9)

/Film’s Germain Lussier called 22 Jump Street (out in theaters this weekend) one of the funniest and best films of the summer. I saw 22 Jump Street this week and found it to be immensely enjoyable. Its knowing references to its bizarre sequel status were amusing, and I loved the gags in the last half of the film, when it felt like directors Chris Miller and Phil Lord felt free to let loose and really play with the film’s reality.

I spoke with Germain about why he loved the film so much and how 22 Jump Street avoids being a repetitive sequel in the vein of Hangover 2. Find our video review after the jump.
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Joanna and David discuss the ninth episode of season 4 of Game of Thrones, “The Watchers on the Wall.” Thanks to our sponsor for this week, Hover. Learn more details about our T-shirt contest on our Facebook page.

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Edge of Tomorrow

Doug Liman’s Edge of Tomorrow is out in theaters now and it’s one of my favorite films of the year (see Germain’s review here). But if you were like me and many other film critics, you might’ve found that ending to be a wee bit lacking on a variety of fronts.

Let’s talk about why Edge of Tomorrow had a terrible ending for an otherwise great film. SPOILERS follow.
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