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Collapse Kili and Tauriel - heightism? (spoilers) Macsen 810 23 Tue, 1:52pm Jump to last post in thread (by BlackFox)
       Elves Danielos 389 0 Tue, 2:10pm
       Collapse I'm 6' 5'' myself Nightwing 358 1 Tue, 2:29pm
           Happily IdrilofGondolin 158 0 Tue, 8:06pm
       I don't think it's unbelievable Angharad73 348 0 Tue, 2:33pm
       .. or perhaps Bookism? ;-) // dormouse 329 0 Tue, 2:34pm
       Collapse Heightism? DanielLB 340 4 Tue, 2:39pm
           Collapse So is the problem Macsen 325 3 Tue, 2:46pm
               Collapse It has nothing to do with perceptions of the viewer. DanielLB 327 1 Tue, 2:49pm
                   So... Macsen 273 0 Tue, 3:32pm
               What Daniel said... dormouse 312 0 Tue, 2:51pm
       Collapse uh...no... Eleniel 309 11 Tue, 3:27pm
           Collapse Love? Macsen 288 4 Tue, 3:35pm
               Collapse I didn't say she actually says those three little words Eleniel 261 3 Tue, 3:59pm
                   Collapse Past the edit window... Eleniel 249 2 Tue, 4:19pm
                       Collapse Wuv Macsen 231 1 Tue, 5:05pm
                           Sadly, I think it is heavily suggested... FlyingSerkis 222 0 Tue, 5:26pm
           Collapse This was my feeling as well Ham_Sammy 296 5 Tue, 3:36pm
               Collapse Still racism or heightism or whatever :D marillaraina 94 4 Tue, 11:18pm
                   Collapse This! Arvida 66 1 Wed, 7:32am
                       Thank you! marillaraina 31 0 Wed, 9:31pm
                   Collapse subject Ilmatar 12 1 Thu, 10:26pm
                       Here are the lyrics in case you're interested BlackFox 7 0 Thu, 10:43pm
       Frodo and Arwen Darkstone 157 0 Tue, 8:21pm

  Collapse What does Bilbo achieve in the trilogy? Macsen 580 15 Tue, 1:19pm Jump to last post in thread (by Roheryn)
       Collapse He gets back, back to where he once belong Mr. Arkenstone (isaac) 305 1 Tue, 1:22pm
           The long and winding road goes ever on and on.// L. Ron Halfelven 121 0 Tue, 7:12pm
       Collapse A few missing, I think, just from AUJ and DOS Spriggan 287 4 Tue, 1:54pm
           Most importantly I would add.. moreorless 255 0 Tue, 1:59pm
           Collapse Good point with some of those Spriggan Macsen 232 2 Tue, 2:07pm
               Well, if Bilbo hadn't been there Spriggan 230 0 Tue, 2:14pm
               Just like in the book... DanielLB 203 0 Tue, 2:29pm
       All of the above... plus what he was MEANT to do: mae govannen 226 0 Tue, 2:20pm
       The sparing of gollum Ham_Sammy 201 0 Tue, 2:38pm
       Collapse Everything he achieved in the book... dormouse 213 1 Tue, 2:39pm
           True dubulous 130 0 Tue, 6:32pm
       Collapse His impact on Thorin is huge in BOFA (spoilers) LoremIpsum 136 1 Tue, 7:02pm
           Exactly Ham_Sammy 111 0 Tue, 7:21pm
       He gave the Arkenstone to the Elves and humans Milieuterrien 87 0 Tue, 8:33pm
       Thorin's redemption (arguably, perhaps). Roheryn 47 0 Wed, 12:35am

  Collapse Random thoughts and questions (spoilers) Guert 429 2 Tue, 1:16pm Jump to last post in thread (by DisDwarfWoman)
       Black speech TiberiusOgden 227 0 Tue, 2:16pm
       For me... DisDwarfWoman 144 0 Tue, 5:28pm

  Collapse Dwalin (mild spoilers) emre43 701 6 Tue, 11:42am Jump to last post in thread (by Roheryn)
       Really liked that scene also! adt100 314 0 Tue, 1:22pm
       Yes Macsen 267 0 Tue, 1:54pm
       That was a great scene Ham_Sammy 221 0 Tue, 3:53pm
       Collapse Line Bernhardina 113 1 Tue, 9:48pm
           Yes that is it I think emre43 90 0 Tue, 10:16pm
       Along with that line, Roheryn 73 0 Tue, 11:27pm

  Collapse What does Kili tell Tauriel? Bernhardina 597 2 Tue, 10:52am Jump to last post in thread (by Macsen)
       I read somewhere... Angharad73 415 0 Tue, 11:03am
       I could tell you, but I'd be banned from the forum. Macsen 299 0 Tue, 12:56pm

  Collapse Go back to your books (Spoiler!) CasiBaggins 671 2 Tue, 10:00am Jump to last post in thread (by Macsen)
       OMG you felt that too?! elvish.mafia 358 0 Tue, 10:08am
       Yup Macsen 229 0 Tue, 12:58pm

  Collapse Why we need the extended edition...and why we DON'T. elvish.mafia 1276 43 Tue, 8:38am Jump to last post in thread (by Lindele)
       Collapse So you thought DoS was good without the EE? painjoiker 632 4 Tue, 8:59am
           Collapse Yes it was. elvish.mafia 600 2 Tue, 9:15am
               Too bad for you, I would say; mae govannen 553 0 Tue, 9:51am
               That is so unfortunate Lindele 25 0 Thu, 2:58am
           Really? DOS EE is very good, but DOS TC still bettered AUJ in both forms // adt100 317 0 Tue, 1:55pm
       Collapse But I don't feel that way - at all dormouse 617 5 Tue, 9:17am
           Collapse That's a great point Dormouse :) elvish.mafia 541 4 Tue, 9:30am
               Yes, I have seen it once.... dormouse 514 0 Tue, 9:47am
               Collapse "An EE is simply a director's cut" QuackingTroll 422 2 Tue, 11:38am
                   Collapse Definitive means 'FINAL'... elvish.mafia 396 1 Tue, 11:58am
                       Again, those "shoulds" are all theoritical, mae govannen 357 0 Tue, 12:36pm
       Collapse What you don't need is returning to theaters many times Milieuterrien 537 1 Tue, 9:42am
           Which is what we are doing right now... elvish.mafia 489 0 Tue, 9:50am
       Collapse Theories do not always apply to reality... mae govannen 520 14 Tue, 9:48am
           Collapse Ummm... elvish.mafia 500 9 Tue, 9:59am
               in this I agree with you, though I liked it aswell Mr. Arkenstone (isaac) 451 0 Tue, 10:45am
               Collapse Exactly; PJ had forgotten (oops!) mae govannen 390 7 Tue, 12:20pm
                   Collapse But pettytyrant101 348 6 Tue, 1:05pm
                       Collapse No thanks! Danielos 323 1 Tue, 1:15pm
                           Each to their own pettytyrant101 323 0 Tue, 1:20pm
                       AUJ's length Macsen 324 0 Tue, 1:26pm
                       Collapse I am very disappointed... mae govannen 265 2 Tue, 3:51pm
                           Collapse Well that seems a little rude pettytyrant101 186 1 Tue, 6:31pm
                               Sorry for the unintentional rudeness: mae govannen 47 0 Wed, 8:36am
           Collapse Only two? Hanzkaz 260 3 Tue, 3:33pm
             Collapse Did you read the rest of my post??? mae govannen 243 2 Tue, 4:05pm
                   Collapse I read your post. I was joking - sort of. Hanzkaz 223 1 Tue, 4:33pm
                       Absolutely true, I am very aware of that... mae govannen 59 0 Wed, 5:19am
       Collapse If you haven't even bothered to watch all the EEs lurtz2010 475 3 Tue, 10:44am
           Collapse because I was happy with all the theatrical editions until now... elvish.mafia 456 2 Tue, 10:47am
               But still lurtz2010 442 0 Tue, 11:11am
               I would severely recommend QuackingTroll 421 0 Tue, 11:23am
       Collapse Why BOTFA TE felt incomplete to me... (spoilers) Lieutenant of Dol Guldur 533 2 Tue, 11:22am
           Awesome! elvish.mafia 427 0 Tue, 11:38am
           Kind of agree... adt100 307 0 Tue, 2:04pm
       Collapse The TE stood on its own Macsen 363 1 Tue, 1:01pm
           I agree Ham_Sammy 285 0 Tue, 2:32pm
       Collapse Interesting comments on the TORN homepage.... adt100 230 2 Tue, 5:12pm
           So - Hanzkaz 208 0 Tue, 5:22pm
         What a lovely quote from PJ... mae govannen 51 0 Wed, 8:40am
       A Thought IdrilofGondolin 136 0 Tue, 8:16pm
       What...? Mooseboy018 125 0 Tue, 8:46pm
       The theatrical edition of a film is soemtimes forgotten glor 85 0 Wed, 1:32am

  Collapse Bofur Mooseboy018 703 12 Tue, 6:55am Jump to last post in thread (by sueb1863)
       Collapse Not much I'm afraid Carne 402 1 Tue, 6:59am
           *Goosebumps all over* Wow!... mae govannen 348 0 Tue, 7:47am
       Collapse not a lot Ham_Sammy 327 1 Tue, 7:00am
           Thanks for the replies. Mooseboy018 305 0 Tue, 7:07am
       Collapse He doesn't have much to say... Angharad73 286 7 Tue, 8:07am
         Collapse Yes, nice detail indeed, thank you! // mae govannen 176 6 Tue, 12:42pm
               Collapse Yeah, no room for the dwarves... sarahb1863 195 5 Tue, 12:44pm
                   Collapse lol, kinda true unfortunately.... adt100 168 2 Tue, 1:32pm
                       Absolutely Agree IdrilofGondolin 85 0 Tue, 8:21pm
                       PJ had eight and a half hours sueb1863 48 0 Wed, 1:12am
                   Collapse Please keep your sarcasm in a separate post, mae govannen 143 1 Tue, 3:23pm
                       Well, I'd call it more bitterness than sarcasm... sarahb1863 114 0 Tue, 4:38pm

  Collapse And just for the record Ham_Sammy 584 13 Tue, 6:54am Jump to last post in thread (by Old Toby)
       Collapse So glad to read this... mae govannen 251 1 Tue, 7:39am
           Yeah, I think Bilbo makes a very good account for himself. adt100 114 0 Tue, 1:33pm
       I just saw it tonight for the first time Old Toby 238 0 Tue, 8:51am
       Collapse Agreed! dormouse 198 6 Tue, 9:21am
           Collapse Yes, that silence Dame Ioreth 123 5 Tue, 1:32pm
               Collapse I liked the silence, but........ adt100 112 4 Tue, 1:36pm
                   Powerful Silence = Powerful Thoughts Bombadil 99 0 Tue, 2:08pm
                   Collapse THe pipe mirkwoodwanderer 101 2 Tue, 2:15pm
                       Collapse I agree, BUT I think it went on a bit long.... adt100 89 1 Tue, 2:36pm
                           I agree with you on this moment Old Toby 80 0 Tue, 3:10pm
       Collapse Definitely! And actually... tsmith675 112 1 Tue, 2:11pm
         Laughing NOW? Bombadil 97 0 Tue, 2:22pm
       Agreed Elessar 92 0 Tue, 2:33pm

  Collapse Genuine concern from someone who has not seen the film... ecthelionsbeard 625 11 Tue, 6:34am Jump to last post in thread (by adt100)
       For me definitely live action Ham_Sammy 295 0 Tue, 6:43am
       Collapse For the most part Kim 301 5 Tue, 6:44am
           Collapse Good to know and many thanks for the replies... ecthelionsbeard 266 4 Tue, 6:48am
               I actually thought Kim 264 0 Tue, 7:02am
               Um....... how can you say a scene is ludicrous dormouse 190 0 Tue, 9:19am
               Collapse Legolas (and film's overall aesthetic) Osskil 159 1 Tue, 10:31am
                   I very much like the autumnal/evening look they gave the battle... and the snow! adt100 86 0 Tue, 1:44pm
       The CGI was very obvious at times... elvish.mafia 219 0 Tue, 8:09am
       Well, it won't look like Goblin-town again, so don't worry // Bernhardina 150 0 Tue, 10:27am
       Not too much CGI Macsen 108 0 Tue, 1:04pm
       Honestly did not feel that AT ALL! adt100 86 0 Tue, 1:42pm

  Collapse I was happily surprised by (spoiler?) Sebastian the Hedgehog 905 10 Tue, 6:32am Jump to last post in thread (by Bombadil)
       Collapse Yes! Mooseboy018 373 1 Tue, 6:34am
           It's intense Sebastian the Hedgehog 355 0 Tue, 6:42am
     Collapse You make my heart cry out for him as well mae govannen 319 3 Tue, 7:27am
           Collapse Thorin almost Kills dear Bilbo??! ecthelionsbeard 325 2 Tue, 7:36am
               His performance is amazing // dormouse 222 0 Tue, 9:22am
               Just like he almost does in the book too... mae govannen 207 0 Tue, 10:37am
       I thought this scene was beautifully played by RA Old Toby 257 0 Tue, 8:57am
       I loved it CathrineB 215 0 Tue, 9:53am
       Collapse The time SPJ gives to Thorin's descent into madness makes this scene Dame Ioreth 161 1 Tue, 2:01pm
           bom does feel that is why? SSoo..many dwarves Bombadil 143 0 Tue, 2:19pm

  Collapse Most Emotional Moment Bombadil 748 18 Tue, 6:07am Jump to last post in thread (by Eleniel)
       Collapse That was certainly one of them! Roheryn 346 1 Tue, 6:41am
           Maybe we should coin the Phase? "One on One" PJ moments Bombadil 307 0 Tue, 7:00am
       Collapse The Acorn scene Ham_Sammy 350 5 Tue, 7:01am
           Collapse Me too. Roheryn 312 4 Tue, 7:14am
               Agreed Kim 296 0 Tue, 7:22am
               Balin says to Bilbo "You can Thank them yourself"..CUT to Bombadil 301 0 Tue, 7:30am
               I would agree, and add Avandel 266 0 Tue, 8:39am
               Sound like a Thorin Appreciation thread is needed, Ro. Dame Ioreth 120 0 Tue, 2:23pm
       Yes - me too.... dormouse 235 0 Tue, 9:27am
       +1 Remus 213 0 Tue, 10:00am
       Collapse Hmm CathrineB 229 1 Tue, 10:04am
           Actually, I know you were joking.... dormouse 110 0 Tue, 2:47pm
       Collapse I was so confused thinking 'What the heck is going on?' QuackingTroll 241 4 Tue, 10:18am
           Collapse Has to be Bilbo Thorin conversation at the end anthonyroy 224 2 Tue, 10:26am
               Collapse What I loved about that scene Ham_Sammy 125 1 Tue, 2:27pm
                 There are many ways to interpret an Empty? BagEND Bombadil 107 0 Tue, 2:45pm
           2nd and third viewings always help for me! adt100 132 0 Tue, 1:49pm
       The Bard-Bain moment was extremely good, Eleniel 99 0 Tue, 4:03pm

  Collapse Hobbit board/reviews/news refugee coming home - brief *SPOILER!!!* comments after marathon Avandel 658 27 Tue, 5:09am Jump to last post in thread (by Kim)
       Collapse Coming back in, myself. cats16 288 15 Tue, 5:24am
           Collapse Bom is just the OPPOSITE? Bombadil 287 13 Tue, 5:38am
               Collapse Sleep well tonight, Bomby. cats16 246 11 Tue, 5:43am
                   Collapse Cinemark Xtreme Digital theater ...REALLY was Bombadil 250 10 Tue, 6:01am
                       Collapse Am impressed with the clarity... Avandel 181 9 Tue, 7:53am
                           Collapse Glad to have you back Avandel,Cats,Kim NecromancerRising 172 8 Tue, 8:01am
                               I second that.... dormouse 143 0 Tue, 9:25am
                               I third that BlackFox 129 0 Tue, 10:33am
                               *bows deeply and smiles to NR, Dormouse, Black Fox, everyone!* Avandel 80 0 Tue, 6:22pm
                               Collapse Why, thanks everyone! Kim 31 4 Wed, 4:29am
                                 Collapse LOL Kim I was reading too fast Avandel 30 3 Wed, 6:40am
                                       Collapse mwhahaha Kim 21 2 Wed, 11:53pm
                                         Collapse LOL I do, I do... Avandel 12 1 Thu, 5:38pm
                                               *whispers* Kim 4 0 5:46am
               I agree Bomby Ham_Sammy 208 0 Tue, 6:52am
           Hi, cats 16!!! Seeing finally your brief post! Welcome back!!! // mae govannen 158 0 Tue, 8:01am
       Collapse Welcome back!!! Was missing you on this Board!... mae govannen 241 6 Tue, 5:55am
           Collapse Thank you ! (: and more will come back I am sure Avandel 188 5 Tue, 7:48am
               Collapse We're trickling back in! Roheryn 130 4 Tue, 10:59am
                 Collapse Think the marathons are an "urban thing"? Avandel 77 3 Tue, 6:30pm
                       Collapse Understandable... Roheryn 71 2 Tue, 7:48pm
                           Collapse Bet the support is there, but the PR isn't! Avandel 50 1 Tue, 11:29pm
                               There are other movies out there? Roheryn 39 0 Wed, 12:21am
       Collapse Well, I'm back Kim 234 1 Tue, 6:41am
           Welcome-welcome to you too!... mae govannen 173 0 Tue, 7:55am
       Collapse Haven't seen it yet... Queen of Erebor 51 1 Tue, 11:50pm
           Audience reaction to *scene* spoiler comment (no, I don't mind you asking!) Avandel 46 0 Wed, 2:53am

  Collapse Critics Reviews #16 NecromancerRising 788 11 Tue, 5:04am Jump to last post in thread (by Elessar)
       Top critics? tdklimek 317 0 Tue, 5:09am
       Collapse Top Critic Michael Phillips NecromancerRising 363 9 Tue, 5:13am
           Collapse Travis Hopson from Examiner NecromancerRising 351 8 Tue, 5:15am
               Collapse Daniel Kimmel's from New England Movies Weekly NecromancerRising 299 7 Tue, 6:23am
                   Collapse Tasha Robinson from The Dissolve NecromancerRising 324 6 Tue, 6:35am
                       DOS best? Danielos 264 0 Tue, 7:30am
                       The negative reviews from AV club and New York Daily News NecromancerRising 193 0 Tue, 12:38pm
                       Collapse A very negative review by a Top Critic of Boston Globe NecromancerRising 174 3 Tue, 1:28pm
                           Collapse The Kansas City Star Elessar 129 2 Tue, 2:39pm
                               Collapse 66% now. American critics seem a lot more harsh on it than British critics anthonyroy 88 1 Tue, 4:28pm
                                   Not a fan of critics in general. Elessar 35 0 Tue, 6:21pm

Collapse Quite possibly the best moment of all 6 films (Small BoFA spoiler) tsmith675 863 9 Tue, 5:03am Jump to last post in thread (by adt100)
       Collapse He runs out of arrows during Helms Deep too Joe20 341 5 Tue, 5:18am
           Collapse Movie Legolas has never run out of arrows. tsmith675 336 4 Tue, 5:23am
               Collapse Yes he does... Joe20 335 3 Tue, 5:30am
                   Collapse And he has a full quiver of arrows seconds later. tsmith675 303 2 Tue, 5:34am
                       No, he doesn't get a refill until he is back up at the Keep. Joe20 291 0 Tue, 5:36am
                       Hmm... Dipling 266 0 Tue, 5:57am
       Yep Angharad73 307 0 Tue, 5:21am
       Wrong place for me Sebastian the Hedgehog 311 0 Tue, 5:24am
       Loved that moment too! adt100 130 0 Tue, 1:24pm
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