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duats
Grey Havens

Jul 15 2011, 10:59pm


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Overall

I am quite satisfied. Sure, there are some things I would have liked different, but right now I only genuinely dislike one of them (Kili). As much as I harp on Nori's hair, I really do like his design for the most part. The hair is just a stubborn nitpick. And while I probably won't ever fall in love with it, I'm hoping it looks better in the context of the film. I think the photoshop job can be blamed for the hair's unnaturally perfect shape (seriously, no stray hairs or anything).

Kili's appearance just put major pressure on Turner's performance and how the character was written. Because if he ends up being nothing more than comic relief and eye candy, then my face and palm are going to get well acquainted with one another by the end.


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