Honest Trailers | The Witcher

Mar 09, 2020 00:29

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Based on the books you've been meaning to read and the games you've been meaning the finish - it's Honest Trailers for Netflix's The Witcher!

source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=exgoaU3Fr5E

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therearewords March 8 2020, 19:51:21 UTC
These always go on too long. Yes, I'm curious and contained excited about season two of The Witcher.

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fernandocolunga March 8 2020, 19:52:12 UTC
i love the witcher, i love this honest trailer, and i love the appropriate xena comparison
i really love that this show doesnt take itself too seriously but still has its dark and serious moments

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jontargaryen March 8 2020, 20:02:54 UTC
Based on the books you've been meaning to read

Nah. I tried to read the first one, got about 10 pages in, and said, "Fuck this."

Haven't seen the show, but I'm gonna guess everyone ships the two white guys.

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doverz March 8 2020, 20:09:24 UTC
Yep, even though the main romantic relationship is between Henry Cavill's character and a woman of color.

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melancolour March 8 2020, 20:35:31 UTC
I definitely dont, the bard sucks. Yennifer/other witches and also sometimes geralt

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siopaohead March 8 2020, 20:51:14 UTC
They do, and it's infuriating because Geralt's canon love interest is a really interesting WOC/main while the other white dude is just textbook sidekick.

And I can usually get on board with these migratory slash fandom ships, at least a bit, but in this case they don't even have the chemistry to justify the size of the fandom.

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vulcan_rhapsody March 8 2020, 20:10:36 UTC
I don't get why Netflix didn't stagger the release of The Witcher. Even their successes are just short flashes before the hype fizzles out again.

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babarsuhail March 8 2020, 20:15:05 UTC
Netflix does binge releases for all their scripted shows. Why would they stop for this one? All it would do is make viewers mad that we can't binge the show.

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nanacon March 8 2020, 20:18:14 UTC
I agree. Judging by how much praise and obsession I've seem people display, it could have been a weekly event for some people like GoT was. People also could have digested the wonky timeline better as well. I'm still confused about all that fate and destiny talk and I still don't understand what a child surprise is any why she suddenly belonged to him??????

That and they did the witcher/sorceress relationship really badly! One episode they meet for the first time, the next they're talking like they've known each other for years. Show me that shit, don't tell me.

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vatulele March 8 2020, 20:22:05 UTC
I think it was still trying to hint at years going by, without outright saying that we were in different timelines yet.

In the same episode Yennifer tells Jaskier, “The crows feet are new.”

But I agree 100%, it was awkward and even just flashback scenes of the two of them in bed at different points would’ve been effective.

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snortingcoke March 8 2020, 20:13:33 UTC
lol that gob ending

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