Vikings: Season 1

Vikings: Season 1

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Vikings: Season 1 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
SleepDreamWrite 8 months ago
Finally saw this since I heard its a good show. After watching it really is a good show. From the acting, action scenes, pacing, story arcs and the costumes are really well done. New favorite show right now.
Joyachiever More than 1 year ago
My husband is actually the reason why we both decided to watch Vikings Season 1 together (so far we have watched up to Season 2 espisode 2). I had actually had this show as one of the ones I’m following in my tumblr feed and recently took my husband up on his offer to watch it with me (we are both open-minded about what each other watches, but there are certain shows I watch on my own and there are ones he watches on his own). However, this is one show that we both can agree on because of the adventure, intrigue, and the element of always leaving the viewer to guess what is going to happen. The show centers around the character of Ragnar (Travis Fimmel), his friend Floki (Gustaf Skarsgard),Ragnar’s wife Lagertha (Kateryn Winnick), and his brother Rollo (Clive Standen). Ragnar has an understandable aggressive streak essential for this survivor. However, he also has a large heart of gold hidden beneath his tough exterior for his wife Lagertha, their children Bjorn (Nathan O’ Toole) and Gyda (Ruby O’ Leary), his brother Rollo, and a strong kinship with his friend Floki. Ragnar has an overriding goal to conquer lands beyond his own homeland. As naturally expected, both Ragnar and those closest to them experience various detours along the way towards their objective of expanding their lands. I want to say more, however I am concerned of providing too many spoilers for those who have yet to see the Viking series. Normally, I mention who my favorite characters of the show are yet I feel guided to discuss just my husband’s favorite characters for this show. My husband sees the good in various characters portrayed within the episodes of the Viking series that we have seen so far. However, my husband admitted that Ragnar and Floki are two of his favorite characters of the Viking series. He likes Ragnar because there is a sense of calm and confidence about him unless the lives of those closest to him are danger (including members of his community). I think that my husband also admired the character portrayal shown on how Ragnar could separate how he has to be in battle while carefully retaining his soul and sense of feeling for his wife, children, his brother, and his allies (including Floki). My husband also admired the character of Floki because of his assured and energetic spirit as well as how he helps out Ragnar and his wife regardless of what is in it for him.. For instance, I noticed that my husband mentioned how Floki was also one of his favorite characters when there was a scene where Floki chose to help out Ragnar and his wife even with being uncertain as to where and when he would get his next food stores (there is a scene where Lagertha expresses concern at Floki generously sharing what was left of the last of his essential food for the winter). However, even with no guarantee of a positive or negative outcome, Floki’s character is seen expressing to Lagertha that she and her husband Ragnar have no reason to fear as he trusts that he will still somehow be provided for.
DRH More than 1 year ago
This show is kinda like "Sons of Anarchy AD 1000" (well, actually, it's a lot better than SOA). It's worth watching, but not in the league of "The Sopranos" or "Mad Men". Lots of action, lots of violence, fairly predictable stories, women who look hot while maintaining period dress and coiffure and regularly get naked. Big, muscular guys who spend a lot of time with no shirts. The main drag on the series is the amount of politics, infighting, scheming, back-biting, etc. But regular gory fights give relief from that. The series has an almost documentary feel at times. The sets are very good, although a lot cleaner than I suspect typical medieval villages were. All in all, worth a look.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago