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Otaku-sempai
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Jul 30 2012, 5:41pm


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That breakdown doesn't seem to leave much for the third film...


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the Dol Guldur plot would still be the climax of film 1, the death of Smaug film 2, and the BO5A film 3.



I would reorder An Unexpected Journey so that it ends at either Beorn's house or at the edge of Mirkwood. The second movie would end at Lake-town, but would contain most of the Dol Guldur subplot as well as the company's adventures with spiders and Wood-elves. The third film would be There and Back Again.

Although I still don't see an overwhelming need to break the book into three films.

"Good and ill have not changed since yesteryear; nor are they one thing among Elves and Dwarves and another among Men. It is a man's part to discern them, as much in the Golden Wood as in his own house." - Aragorn

(This post was edited by Otaku-sempai on Jul 30 2012, 5:44pm)


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