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The threat is clearly presented

Eye's on Guard
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Oct 12 2012, 4:19am


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3. Also, did you even recognize the threat being presented at this point in the film? Was it clearly shown that Merry and Pippin were even facing what we suppose is Saruman?


As soon as Treebeard says "The White Wizard will know," Merry gasps, "Saruman." Then Treebeard drops them on the ground, they look up, and we see Gandalf from behind. A general viewer would probably realize the potential danger.

I guess they needed that scene based on what Elenorflower said, but IMO they could have ended with Merry's line.

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SCOD: "The White Wizard will know." GoodGuyA Send a private message to GoodGuyA Oct 10 2012, 2:00am
    well, put yourself in Treebeard's shoes, er...toes... weaver Send a private message to weaver Oct 10 2012, 3:30am
    I think they are setting up the scene in Isenguard Elenorflower Send a private message to Elenorflower Oct 10 2012, 3:40pm
    The threat is clearly presented Eye's on Guard Send a private message to Eye's on Guard Oct 12 2012, 4:19am
        when you think about it Elenorflower Send a private message to Elenorflower Oct 12 2012, 9:11pm
    Interesting scene aruman Send a private message to aruman Oct 14 2012, 9:29pm

 
 
 

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