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Old 12-19-03, 03:52 PM   #31 (permalink)
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lol .... Troy is comming out soon as well with brad pitt It looks really good. I dont think it is the hair or the ears, it is the cool way he can take an arrow stab someone in the eye with it pluck it out then shoot someone else with the same arrow! Now thats a REAL MAN
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Yeah he's pretty slick with the arrows. I still like the hair

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Seen it tonight...it was great...a little slow at first but it got better...great computer graphics in the battle scenes.
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LOl about time
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It was good eh.....the ending had me worrying about those Hobbits getting too friendly with each other..lol
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Old 12-20-03, 08:58 PM   #36 (permalink)
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LMAO i thought that too hehehehe but all and all it was great I really liked the spider it was wonderfully made!
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I saw it last night. No lines, because we showed up a bit late. Theatre was already filled. You know the rest.....

All in all it was a great ending to some great movies. When I first heard the Fellowship was coming out, I just hoped that it would be good enough. After Return..it was. Great fight scenes....battles were damn great. Really liked the Smegal intro, way cool. It was worth the rude folks in front of me and the pricey ticket price.
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The best yet. Period.

I can't wait for the trilogy parties!

I'm such a nerd.
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Glad to see this thread turned out so good. My best yet.
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Went the day after christmas, And of courese it was GREAT!!!!

I just love doing the pee pee dance for an 1 1/2 hours in my seat. LOL But i wouldn't dare budge!!!!
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I went and saw it for the second time the other night, and it was the worst theater experience I ever had. Halfway through the movie, these 3 kids come walking in, talking and laughing, they proceed to walk to the very front of the large, packed theater, talking amongst themselves loudly and talking to people in the audience. They sit down for no more than a minute, then one kid comes tromping back up, stopping to talk loudly to some other kids. The whole theater tells him to shutup, and he tells us to kiss his a** and then he leaves the room. Five minutes later, he comes in by himself just laughing real loud and then he literally yells, HEY JAKE, WHERE ARE YA?" to the front of the theater. Again, the entire theater tells him to shut-up. He started cussing again, and obnoxiously walked up front again, laughing and having a good time. At this point, several people got up and left to get the manager.

And then he got kicked out. hehe.

After that, in one of the saddest parts of the movie, these girls directly behind me started laughing and didnt stop until the movie was over. GRRR! I hate loud people in movies!

Anyways, thats my vent.


As for the movie itself? Awesome! Peter Jackson outdid himself. The only thing I missed was the hobbit war at the end. Although really, that would have added at least another hour, which would have been fine with me, but probably not for the masses.
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HAHAH i havent been to the theatre for a movie in years.

But i figure a big screen tv and complete surround sound cranked up all the way is good enough for me.

We have the big screen and surround sound... 52" and 350 watts just doesn't compare to the giant screen and sound system in the theater. There are few movies i'm willing to pay $20 for (there are two of us) but the LOTR series is one of them.

Other films that were must see on the big screen were ones like spiderman, xmen 1 and 2. stuff like spideman and lotr take advantage of the great effects a huge screen gives you. you just don't get the awe from the scenery that lotr gives you on a tv. and you don't get the motion sickness from spidey swinging from building to building. the battles instead of being thousands of men are thousands of ants on a tv. and unless you have wide screen you just end up missing bits here and there, also the definition just isn't as good on a tv.
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Dittoes to what Lisa says. Widescreen is so much better than 4:3. The latter cuts out so much of the picture. I wont even rent a movie anymore if its not widescreen. Have you ever compared the two? If not, take a widescreen picture, cut it into 4 even sections, then take the middle two, and that is pretty close to what a 4:3 ratio gives ya.
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I saw it around a week ago and it was amazing! I don't know if I liked the 2nd one or 3rd one best, but I don't remember the 1st or 2nd ones too well. I read the 1st book and half the 2nd book a while ago. Does anyone know if someone's going to make a movie out of the book the Hobbit?

BTW. Sunrunner, I heard the spider was made by a Canadian company.

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