The only episode the "fans" seem to have liked this season was episode 2, which I thought was just filler than could have happened in episode 1. Episodes 3, 4, and 5 have all been good old amazing GoT in my mind. The show has ALWAYS had twists and turns that weren't completely set up or characters making surprising choices that could go either way. None of the characters are purely good or purely evil. They all have their motives and in the end they have to decide if they really care as much as they think they do about their motives.
I thought the end for Jaimie and Cersei was amazing as well. Cersei died how she deserved to die (cowardly and begging for her life and her child's life) and Jaimie's death was bittersweet.
I've been pleasantly shocked, horrified, stunned, and amazed by the episodes this season. The only thing bringing it down for me is the obnoxious fanbase that seem to both want every plot point to happen in a completely telegraphed way but also want to be surprised by each twist and turn. Can't have both, people!
The logical place for both Jaime and Euron to be in the situation is to be going through the back route into the castle to get to Cersei. Not that big of a coincidence for them to both be there, honestly. Coincidence, yes, but a sometimes coincidences are more likely than we think.
Funny I just cancelled my Adobe subscription (or at least attempted to) and they put me on this discounted plan which I'm still cancelling.
Easiest way to speed up your editing is to not use Premiere.
Right click > delete Premiere :)
I think he said it right but they wrote it wrong: 20 hours min intensity, 100 *minutes* max intensity.