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The Tudors - Season 3

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    Henry VIII Not Believable

    Bought this beause we were tired of waiting to get it through our rental store and now I wish I had waited. The actor that plays Henry VIII is just not believable as an aging Henry. So tired of pop-eyed stares and yelling as the fall-back for his lack in his range of acting. This guy is just too whimpy in stature and he's acting like he has "short-man" syndrome...you know when little guys walk around with chips on their shoulders and rant and rave for attention...this actor has that down pat! Then when Henry sends his best friend, Charles to do his dirty work when the disgruntle nobles try to revolt it was just too much. I do not understand why the movie industry/networks insist on changing history in the name of "entertainment". The audience is not that stupid...let history be real...all the sex, politics and scandal is enough to entertain us without changing history. In the previous seasons they did this by only showing one sister to Henry and they married her off to the old Portugal King. The HBO story of Henry VIII made a few years ago was much more believable and the actor who played Henry did a fantastic job. Even though Henry was a monster with his sexual appetite, at least you could understand that his feelings of being inadequate...because he felt he was his brother's replacement to the thrown. That and the fact that he felt obligate to fulfill his promise to his father on his death bed that he most important role as king was to provide an heir. Don't think I'll buy the next season before renting it first!

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