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There&ThereAgain
Rohan


Oct 3 2012, 12:57am


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you have a very keen eye SA

as much as I love watching the behind the scenes, knowing little facts like that don't really spoil my enjoyment of the final product. I got used to it being that I am in the business myself and I still want to like watching things I work on! Blush

The film's are pretty consistent stylewise, any outliers are usually in the interpretation of the material on a grander scale (paths of the dead and the corsairs being obvious ones), but I can't really think of any acting I would consider inconsistent. Cinematography-wise Andrew Lesnie and the coloring-team manage to succeed in tying together a diverse landscape into something that feels real.

I'm curious to hear some observations to things you find inconsistent as I can only think of the two things listed above!

PJ's style as a filmmaker is really invisible which works fine for something like Lord of the Rings. Imagine someone like Tim Burton directing LOTR, gross. Laugh

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(This post was edited by There&ThereAgain on Oct 3 2012, 12:58am)


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