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Jul 31 2012, 1:25am

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45 mins will do

as the indie flick showed us. Besides what anyway? An entire film of Bo5A? I don't think I'm wrong in saying the Hunt for Gollum should be one of the first threads in line to see the light of day if they want this to be one interconnected piece as they claim.
I'm still just gonna wait and watch but I was really only on board with the 3 film idea if it was fleshing the other threads-not making TH into 3 films. That's just weird that a simple quest (TH) and the grand finale (LOTR) get the same amount of screen time.
Intriguing though.

Davy Jones could've been Bilbo...I mean he was a Brit with a sense for adventure, singing & dancing. And think of the costs it would've save with forced perspective: he was ACTUALLY 5'3. He also hung out with a grumpy tall dude in a hat (Mike Nesmith.) While we're at it let's just have Micky Dolenz and Peter Tork as Merry & Pippin.

(This post was edited by hutch on Jul 31 2012, 1:29am)

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Post edited by hutch (Defender) on Jul 31 2012, 1:29am

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