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kzer_za
Lorien

Jun 28 2011, 5:49pm


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Parts I don't like from the first two movies

- Nuclear Galadriel (mainly the voice distortion)
- Isildur basically comes across as a villainous bad guy when he decides not to destroy the ring (I didn't care about this until I read The Silmarillion).
- Gimli's "squirrel droppings" comment (movie Gimli has grown on me, but this part is just crass)
- Haldir's death (I don't mind elves at HD, but this is so melodramatic for someone so minor)
- Faramir's men beating Gollum (again, I'm okay with the overall Filmamir change, but this is gratuitous)

These are the scenes that stood out to me on the most recent rewatch in theaters. I would list a couple of things from RotK, but I think I'll wait to see it tonight first!


(This post was edited by kzer_za on Jun 28 2011, 5:59pm)


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