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Movie Discussion: The Hobbit
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  Sticky: Thread Locked Welcome to the Hobbit Movie board! Altaira 143618 0 May 24 2008, 1:58am Jump to last post in thread (by Altaira)

  Sticky: How Best to Contact an Admin for Help Kyriel 109713 0 Mar 31 2009, 10:46pm Jump to last post in thread (by Kyriel)

  Sticky: The Courtesy of our Halls (Discussion Guidelines) Silverlode 2972 0 Oct 12, 9:41pm Jump to last post in thread (by Silverlode)

Collapse Sticky: ---> OFFICIAL USER REVIEW THREAD Olorin2607 8685 246 Dec 9, 7:07pm Jump to last post in thread (by Joe20)

  Collapse Sticky: Help us Thank the entire cast & crew of 'All Six Middle-earth Films' News from Bree 214 3 Tue, 4:27am Jump to last post in thread (by Silverlode)

  Collapse Another versus thread maybe? Boromir2k 44 1 43 mins ago Jump to last post in thread (by Darkstone)
       Working as intended. Darkstone 16 0 22 mins ago

  Collapse Happy Christmas! (box office related) Estel78 368 7 3:52pm Jump to last post in thread (by NecromancerRising)
       That's great! Ham_Sammy 179 0 3:55pm
       Collapse who are you and what have you done with Estel? Voronwė_the_Faithful 185 2 4:09pm
           Collapse I just post how i see it, no sugarcoating. ;) Estel78 100 1 5:26pm
               Sugarcoating is entirely different NecromancerRising 90 0 5:35pm
       Very nice numbers indeed! NecromancerRising 155 0 4:12pm
       In NL mirkwoodwanderer 163 0 4:12pm
       I will be doing my best Tintallė 136 0 4:39pm

  Collapse Do you really think that it was Galadriel vs Sauron.. erdildeniz 299 5 3:33pm Jump to last post in thread (by Ham_Sammy)
       I interpreted it in exactly the same way. Spriggan 172 0 3:48pm
       I completely missed that Tintallė 120 0 4:42pm
       . Nerven 51 0 6:45pm
       Hopefully in the EE Mad Hatter of Middle-Earth 36 0 7:16pm
       I will have to look for it Ham_Sammy 8 0 19 mins ago

  Collapse Musings on The Hobbit vs. LOTR Roheryn 419 11 1:23pm Jump to last post in thread (by ltnjmy)
       Possibly… Glorfindela 207 0 1:55pm
     Thanks for this, Roheryn Lurker in the Mirk 187 0 2:05pm
       I do have quite a bit of gripes with these movies LoremIpsum 165 0 2:52pm
       For me, it's all about the characters Elarie 150 0 2:59pm
       I had the opposite reaction Eledhwen 143 0 3:35pm
       Collapse Saw it 10 times mirkwoodwanderer 123 1 4:16pm
           The actors in the Hobbit trilogy are better caliber than in LOTR ltnjmy 51 0 6:26pm
       Collapse You have captured EXACTLY the sentiments Tintallė 106 1 4:31pm
           that makes me cry too. Thank you mirkwoodwanderer 59 0 5:59pm
       Same here ghost_matt 96 0 4:32pm
       Great post Ro Ruxendil_Thoorg 76 0 5:07pm

Collapse Thranduil Appreciation Thread Part XXX VValar 266 24 9:47am Jump to last post in thread (by Ilmatar)
     Collapse *peeks from behind laptop screen* *checks left* *checks right* VValar 158 2 9:56am
         Yay, number THIRTY! On_the_partyelk 104 0 12:49pm
         *LoL* TAXXX! Definitely worth breaking out the party hats Lurker in the Mirk 95 0 1:12pm
     Collapse The gorgeous latest official Thranduil pic VValar 159 1 10:02am
           the source of the new pictures stn5 132 0 10:32am
     Collapse If you want a bit of Christmas Carols fun VValar 148 1 10:10am
           Thanks for the signal boost, VValar. And thralls... Lurker in the Mirk 94 0 1:15pm
     Collapse Reply to Lurker's last batch of season's Pretty from last thread VValar 137 1 10:17am
         Been a while since we got some FLAST eh? Lurker in the Mirk 94 0 1:14pm
     Collapse Thranduil doesn't want to listen to his son -gif. It's Xmas! VValar 146 1 10:27am
           Just SNERT! Lurker in the Mirk 95 0 1:16pm
     Collapse The BIG Three O! Lurker in the Mirk 102 4 1:07pm
           Collapse Another Pretty - armour!fan art Lurker in the Mirk 99 1 1:19pm
               Very nice mariel 38 0 5:14pm
           Where did 29 go? mariel 40 0 5:11pm
           :) Ilmatar 6 0 30 mins ago
       Wow! Adrianna 86 0 2:32pm
     Way to go VValar! Eruvandi 77 0 3:00pm
       Collapse Hobbit Talk: Is Thranduil a good father? stn5 62 3 4:22pm
           Collapse I vote "good father" in that he's a work in progress Ruxendil_Thoorg 37 1 5:30pm
               Exactly! Adrianna 30 0 5:57pm
           interesting topic for sure On_the_partyelk 20 0 7:05pm
       *brings red velvet cake to Mirkwood court, curtsies before Thranduil, serves cake to Elvenking and his followers* Holly Hobbit 61 0 4:26pm
     Picking myself off the floor! Nice side by side pic! Adrianna 35 0 5:45pm

  Collapse Is BOTFA and the Hobbit trilogy really as good as we want it to be? Hobbithole 664 22 9:08am Jump to last post in thread (by Old Toby)
       Collapse Well, there's a faithful adaptation and then there's an entertaining film... Aragorn the Elfstone 399 1 9:20am
           Totally agree! Hobbithole 314 0 9:30am
       A 'faithful' adaptation would've been boring... elvish.mafia 345 0 9:36am
       yes. it is mirkwoodwanderer 291 0 10:20am
       Collapse They nailed the arkestone plot and Thorin and Bilbo's relationship LoremIpsum 316 5 10:28am
           Collapse For me Glorfindela 269 1 11:40am
               Totally this! Lurker in the Mirk 185 0 1:25pm
           Collapse Agree with Lorem Ipsum and Hammy Sammy, among others Avandel 114 2 4:08pm
               Collapse Missing characters Ham_Sammy 107 1 4:15pm
                 Thank you for your reply Avandel 70 0 5:15pm
       Hm.. Anubis 272 0 10:37am
       They are, of course, not quite as good as if I had made them myself..... Miss-Merriweather 274 0 10:53am
       I would say it was a tendency to polarisation, in both directions. Spriggan 263 0 11:11am
       "As good as"? Roheryn 185 0 1:46pm
       Not as much as there is a Lindele 168 0 2:03pm
       Of course not. tsmith675 149 0 3:00pm
       I can only say for myself Ham_Sammy 146 0 3:29pm
       Of course not! Darkstone 135 0 3:37pm
       Collapse My personal opinion and experience. NecromancerRising 107 2 4:46pm
           Collapse Beautifully said! Avandel 75 1 5:26pm
               This! Exactly. NecromancerRising 62 0 5:43pm
       Is BOTFA and the Hobbit trilogy really as good as we want it to be? Old Toby 37 0 6:43pm

  Collapse Galadriel's Power Drain? Girdle of Melian 433 17 8:16am Jump to last post in thread (by Spriggan)
       by fan boys do you mean those that wanted these characters to be more rather than less based on Tolkien ElendilTheShort 237 0 8:27am
       Collapse Pretty much bad writing based on a misinterpreted quote... Eleniel 260 7 8:28am
           Collapse first time ive heard of this quote ElendilTheShort 212 6 9:28am
               Collapse Galadriel spoke that line in the FOTR movie Tintallė 61 5 4:55pm
                   Collapse A couple of points Spriggan 54 4 5:26pm
                       Collapse ??? Tintallė 40 3 6:05pm
                           Collapse Nenya doesn't obviously have power as a direct offensive weapon. Spriggan 28 2 6:40pm
                               Collapse the elven rings were not weapons at all ElendilTheShort 24 1 6:47pm
                                   Preservation, healing, building, inspiration and defense Spriggan 16 0 7:05pm
       I don't think it was bad writing at all... ecthelionsbeard 216 0 9:15am
       I think Sauron started consuming her since she entered Dol Guldur. irasel 202 0 9:51am
       Collapse I think this sort if engineer's mindset is unlikely to be any sort of clue. Spriggan 180 4 10:53am
           Collapse i think only those whose primary interest or backround is gaming would look for absolutes in any type of heirachy ElendilTheShort 159 3 11:28am
               Collapse Interpretation is just that. Spriggan 150 2 11:39am
                   Collapse using aragorns example ElendilTheShort 148 1 11:51am
                       Absolutely. Spriggan 140 0 12:05pm
       . Nerven 107 0 1:52pm

  Collapse Thorin and Azogs final effort boldog 426 8 7:57am Jump to last post in thread (by Ruxendil_Thoorg)
       Collapse I definitely agree Angharad73 208 1 9:18am
           Denial ain't just a river in egypt LoremIpsum 158 0 11:59am
       Best and most intense duel in the cinematic NecromancerRising 211 0 9:28am
       I didn't like it Glorfindela 174 0 11:42am
       Thorin is just fantastic mirkwoodwanderer 77 0 4:17pm
       I enjoyed the sequence Ham_Sammy 65 0 4:50pm
       I thought it was splendid. Tintallė 57 0 5:05pm
       Gripping Ruxendil_Thoorg 45 0 5:45pm

  Collapse Symbolism in BOFA and the Hobbit trilogy Saneliur 362 3 6:46am Jump to last post in thread (by Scorchster)
       Metaphorical Symbols DwellerInDale 192 0 7:33am
       Arrgh! I would like to have words with PJ Earl 194 0 7:50am
       Here's another! Scorchster 56 0 4:46pm

  Collapse I am still not sure exactly how Bard cobbled together a bow strong enough Eruonen 518 34 5:46am Jump to last post in thread (by Cirashala)
       Collapse Unfortunately it was an utter nonsense moment ElendilTheShort 289 2 8:18am
           Collapse It is a children's book... nicely made into a movie. mirkwoodwanderer 224 1 10:23am
               i wouldnt want my children seeing this movie due to the level of violence ElendilTheShort 206 0 10:50am
       Collapse I am certain this was a problematic non credible action sequence the 13th warrior 257 1 8:49am
           maybe not indy jones ridiculous ElendilTheShort 223 0 9:33am
       Collapse you have to stop watching the movie as an adult mirkwoodwanderer 215 1 10:24am
           The book was just fine..adults and children....black arrow into his heart. Eruonen 44 0 6:41pm
       Collapse Here is a picture of a man using a makeshift bow to shoot a talking dragon Spriggan 235 15 11:00am
           Collapse did you not realise ElendilTheShort 215 14 11:42am
               Collapse Tolkien also worked hard Roheryn 197 1 12:04pm
                   thankS ElendilTheShort 82 0 5:56pm
               Only probability rather than reality Spriggan 177 0 12:19pm
               Collapse Sure but... Arvida 154 10 12:54pm
                   Collapse Or, without leaving the scene in question, genetic language learning. Spriggan 152 9 1:11pm
                       Collapse that is a good example of a fantastical element ElendilTheShort 65 8 6:11pm
                           Collapse How is it fantastical? Spriggan 56 7 6:29pm
                               Collapse men understanding the language of birds is fantastical, i don't now how else to put it. ElendilTheShort 46 6 6:42pm
                                   Collapse Ha - so it is a free probability pass. Spriggan 55 2 7:00pm
                                       Collapse not at all ElendilTheShort 39 1 7:14pm
                                           So which is it for Bard then? Spriggan 33 0 7:19pm
                                   Collapse It showcases his narcissism and invincibility Cirashala 27 2 41 mins ago
                                       Collapse yet he would have known the threat was possible ElendilTheShort 18 1 23 mins ago
                                           But Girion's black arrows only knocked one scale off him Cirashala 2 0 5 mins ago
       Well, as PJ said in one of the DOS appendices... Elarie 169 0 1:37pm
       Collapse Suspension of disbelief. tsmith675 129 9 2:57pm
           Collapse If you can't suspend disbelief who is at fault? Moahunter 70 7 6:13pm
               Collapse if you are forced to suspend belief ElendilTheShort 61 3 6:29pm
                   Collapse Bard's improvised bow... DigificWriter 45 2 6:41pm
                       Collapse The question concerns how he made it, it is hard to tell from the film Eruonen 42 1 6:46pm
                           Overconfidence.... DigificWriter 55 0 6:50pm
               Collapse Of course there is a limit... tsmith675 46 2 7:07pm
                   This is the point of the thread - "He made the bow and it worked. " Eruonen 38 0 7:18pm
                   one way or another that bow is as unlikely as ElendilTheShort 24 0 37 mins ago
           Suspension of belief does not apply here...this is simply a Eruonen 50 0 6:45pm

  Collapse Fire and Water, or 'Twas a night of deep rumbling Ruxendil_Thoorg 181 8 5:22am Jump to last post in thread (by Ruxendil_Thoorg)
       Collapse *raving applause* BlackFox 54 1 10:50am
           *bow* Thanks so much BlackFox! Ruxendil_Thoorg 28 0 2:57pm
       Collapse *mods up* Roheryn 51 1 11:59am
           Thank you Ro! Ruxendil_Thoorg 28 0 2:56pm
       Collapse This is superb! dernwyn 30 1 3:02pm
           glad you thought so dernwyn! :) Ruxendil_Thoorg 23 0 4:26pm
       Collapse Bravo! Kim 16 1 6:15pm
           Thank you very much Kim! :) // Ruxendil_Thoorg 12 0 6:29pm

Moved: Christmas Carols, Hobbit-style: What's your ditty(s)? Lurker in the Mirk - - 4:28am Jump to last post in thread (by Lurker in the Mirk)

Collapse "Unbroken" will replace BOFA at my XD theater tomorrow Avandel 413 12 2:40am Jump to last post in thread (by Ham_Sammy)
       Collapse Seems inexplicable Glorfindela 166 2 5:05am
           Collapse Well, this was a mall cinema Avandel 25 1 4:45pm
               I wouldn't either Ham_Sammy 21 0 4:58pm
       Collapse Saw it in 2D today on a large screen and it looked good. Eruonen 142 1 5:40am
           2D is just fine. Elizabeth 110 0 8:03am
       Collapse After only a week in India... Earl 152 6 6:48am
           Collapse In the days of LotR... Elizabeth 127 1 8:00am
               I don't know about translations as I watched the movie in English Earl 113 0 8:08am
           Collapse Oh, thank you for this info confirming mae govannen 113 3 8:32am
               Collapse Isn't it weird that the movie seems like it's on its way out so soon? Earl 113 2 8:43am
                   You're lucky to live in a very big city and still have mae govannen 68 0 12:50pm
                   Movies Ham_Sammy 36 0 4:10pm

  Collapse The 171-year gap between Smaug's attack and events of The Hobbit tiamy 605 20 2:36am Jump to last post in thread (by DigificWriter)
       Yeah, it's kinda screwed up Name 338 0 2:48am
       Collapse Dwarven arhtritis dwarvenboot 284 6 4:25am
           Collapse But nowhere in the films... tiamy 272 2 4:33am
               Collapse aragorn lived to be around 200 years old ElendilTheShort 202 1 6:54am
                   The Quest for Erebor actually occurred in T.A. 2940... DigificWriter 189 0 7:30am
           Collapse Even so Name 246 2 4:48am
             "By SHIRE reckoning.?..Brandybuck or TOOK TIME...xoxoBomby//. Bombadil 216 0 5:20am
               The movie vs the book Ham_Sammy 65 0 4:05pm
       Collapse In the movieverse, isn't 60 years supposed to have passed between Smaug's attack and the Quest for Erebor? DeadRabbits 164 9 9:12am
           Collapse 2811 (TA) - Smaug conquers Eerebor? Otaku-sempai 110 8 1:31pm
               Collapse I just said this elsewhere... DigificWriter 95 7 3:03pm
                   Yes. Otaku-sempai 90 0 3:08pm
                   Collapse That still makes Thorin fairly old. Otaku-sempai 70 5 4:06pm
                       Collapse Based on what we see... DigificWriter 67 4 4:10pm
                           Collapse Rough estimates Otaku-sempai 62 3 4:16pm
                               Collapse Defining the term "young" would probably be helpful DigificWriter 58 2 4:21pm
                                   Collapse Thorin at the Sack of Erebor Otaku-sempai 54 1 4:32pm
                                       Three assumptions and a timeline guesstimate DigificWriter 36 0 6:06pm
       Collapse ages, aging, timelines Cirashala 10 1 18 mins ago
           Dwalin doesn't necessarily have to be older than Thorin... DigificWriter 1 0 3 mins ago

  Collapse Bilbo's souvenir helmet Lio 347 2 2:31am Jump to last post in thread (by Bombadil)
       Collapse I honestly thought Ham_Sammy 190 1 4:46am
         OUR Bilbo wazz "Very Attached to hizz FIRST ORC kill.." Bombadil 148 0 5:32am
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