Thursday, August 13, 2015
Miniseries Review: The Tudors
After several attempts in the previous years. I finally watched the entire series of the Tudors. I enjoyed watching it. Even though it was not historically accurate. I understand why, the producers wanted to make a pleasant and good looking Henry. I enjoyed watching because of the back drop, the time period, the costumes, etc.
I always thought that Henry 8th started the reformation because he believed it was for the good of the British people. That was not so. But was for himself. He didn't want the reformation to the Anglican Church. He wanted the Catholic religion to stay. He only wanted to have the complete power to allow himself to divorce and marry without conflict.
Now on with the review. if you watch it be prepared to see many flaws. If this bugs you, I wouldn't watch it. If you can bare it. After watching and you want to do your own research. Then check out some of the official British websites. If you are watching it for face value for the heck of it. Then go for it.
One thing, I have been trying to figure this out why, oh why, is the title called The Tudors. It is only about one Tudor, Henry the 8th. Perhaps, called Henry, or Henry Tudor. There are many generations of Tudors.
Warning there is a lot of sexual graphic content, and violence. . If you can get past that, Then you will be OK. I still enjoyed it. If you watched this. I will recommend another called, White Queen. You can watch it on Amazon Prime.
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