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Posts tagged The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring

Oct 10

Jul 4
christy-fantasylover:

No fucking way!!!! 

:))

christy-fantasylover:

No fucking way!!!! 

:))

(via agdemesathoughts)


Jun 26
lotrconfessions:

My father read the Lord of the Rings series to me when I was in second grade. He tried to get me to watch the movies with him when they came out while I was in fourth, but the only scene I caught was when Bilbo went all creepy over the Ring in Rivendell. I refused to watch the movies until ninth grade, and I made myself reread all the books before I watched them. That scene still freaked me out. 

guilty as charged

lotrconfessions:

My father read the Lord of the Rings series to me when I was in second grade. He tried to get me to watch the movies with him when they came out while I was in fourth, but the only scene I caught was when Bilbo went all creepy over the Ring in Rivendell. I refused to watch the movies until ninth grade, and I made myself reread all the books before I watched them. That scene still freaked me out.

guilty as charged


Feb 23

Jan 12

SPOILER ALERT! Balin dies…

…in between books ;)

(via balrogs-wrath)


Dec 3
this scene in the cinema…

this scene in the cinema…

(via moviesatthetheatres)


Sep 17

agdemesathoughts:

supernining:

Be at peace… Son of Gondor.

Bok’s thesis.

"The Departure of Boromir"

this scene, along with the entire films, changed my life…


Sep 7

treiz:

What about elevensies? Luncheon? Afternoon tea? Dinner? Supper? He knows about them, doesn’t he?


Aug 31
Gandalf battling Durin’s Bane over the Bridge of Khazad Dum
Artwork by John Howe

Gandalf battling Durin’s Bane over the Bridge of Khazad Dum

Artwork by John Howe


Aug 16
Again, from a cinematic point of view, Tom Bombadil making an appearance in the film would take too much time. Let’s face it: he really didn’t push the plot forward in the book either (though thematically, he’s an important character). Additionally, his appearance in the book, for me, drastically changed the mood; he’s a character that came out of nowhere, and seeing him in costume would’ve killed the film.
So yeah, Tom Bombadil just wouldn’t work cinematically. I believe that if they included him in the film, we’d have another Deathly Hallows Part 1 in our hands; a film which includes a whole lot of “character development” at the point of stunting the story’s pacing.
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PEACE OUT! ;)

Again, from a cinematic point of view, Tom Bombadil making an appearance in the film would take too much time. Let’s face it: he really didn’t push the plot forward in the book either (though thematically, he’s an important character). Additionally, his appearance in the book, for me, drastically changed the mood; he’s a character that came out of nowhere, and seeing him in costume would’ve killed the film.

So yeah, Tom Bombadil just wouldn’t work cinematically. I believe that if they included him in the film, we’d have another Deathly Hallows Part 1 in our hands; a film which includes a whole lot of “character development” at the point of stunting the story’s pacing.

PEACE OUT! ;)


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