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Jax_Teller
Rivendell


Dec 11 2013, 8:53pm


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That's it !


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The Dol Guldur part was brilliant.
Gandalf and Radagast interaction was really good, and the entire sequence was really, really good.
Gandalf using his magic, interaction with the Necromancer and the reveal of the army they were building was really cool!
The scene between Gandalf and the Necromancer was perhaps a bit "Harry Potter" with their magic, but imo it fitted very well within the Middle-Earth film universe, so I liked it a lot!


Yeah about the Harry Potter feel of the fight at Dol Guldur.

About the Kili-Tauriel relationship being pointless, I'd say, let's wait for TABA, because I have a feeling that it's going to become very relevant by then.

For Mirkwood part, yeah, a bit rushed, you can tell that Beorn and this suffered from being at the beginning of the movie, Boyens (I think) said Bombur in the river is in the extended cut.

Blunt the knives, bend them forks, smash the bottles and burn the corks.

That's what Bilbo Baggins hates !

(This post was edited by Jax_Teller on Dec 11 2013, 8:57pm)


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Post edited by Jax_Teller (Rivendell) on Dec 11 2013, 8:57pm


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