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Still bothered by continuity

Fellow
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Jan 9 2013, 8:56am


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Whats on screen is ok, but to me irrelevant and would have much preferred to begin with "a hole in the ground".

Still bothered by continuity: Comparing the 2 theaticral editions of TH an FOTR, obviously no problems, but comparing to FOTR EE theres a lot that I just can't get to fit. Frodo glances and Bilbo says it's not ready for reading. So obviously he has started the book, and we also see him write down "it began long ago", "the arkenstone" and "in a hole in the ground...". So after seeing Frodo off to meet Gandalf - why should he then go back to the book and say "where to begin..ahh yes..concerning hobbits". (that must be the timing of it since this is what he does when they cut to Frodo under the tree, "where is that boy") No matter how you cut it the extended scnes in FOTR is Bilbo starting the book, isn't it! And also when he says " where is that boy" - he knows, Frodo told him where he went. Of course he could have just forgot (like the party) but still, to me it makes it a little messy. In FOTR Bilbo also seems surpsised by gandalfs arrival - but again they just spoke about it as seen in TH. Ah. Propably reading too much into it, it just bothers me when this stuff wasn't needed. But hey - they could still fix it so the to theatricals and the two EE has logic continuity between them....

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Frodo SirDennisC Send a private message to SirDennisC Jan 8 2013, 10:28pm
    Harsh Shagrat Send a private message to Shagrat Jan 8 2013, 10:31pm
        Yes I guess that was harsh SirDennisC Send a private message to SirDennisC Jan 9 2013, 8:53pm
    I don't like the use of book-end pieces in film Rostron2 Send a private message to Rostron2 Jan 8 2013, 10:41pm
    Don't think Elijah phoned in LordotRings93 Send a private message to LordotRings93 Jan 8 2013, 10:51pm
    My thoughts RalphDamiani Send a private message to RalphDamiani Jan 8 2013, 11:12pm
    I was surprised by how much I loved the whole thing. Mooseboy018 Send a private message to Mooseboy018 Jan 8 2013, 11:23pm
    Wood was fine, but there was no real performance to speak of Flagg Send a private message to Flagg Jan 8 2013, 11:48pm
    It wasn't Frodo that bothered me sevilodorf Send a private message to sevilodorf Jan 9 2013, 1:20am
    Ian Holm Bladerunner Send a private message to Bladerunner Jan 9 2013, 1:39am
    I enjoyed it DanielLB Send a private message to DanielLB Jan 9 2013, 8:40am
    Still bothered by continuity Fellow Send a private message to Fellow Jan 9 2013, 8:56am
        This excellent article addresses this very issue sauget.diblosio Send a private message to sauget.diblosio Jan 9 2013, 1:04pm
    Love seeing ELijah as Frodo. period. elentari3018 Send a private message to elentari3018 Jan 10 2013, 3:49am
    Loved it FrogmortonJustice65 Send a private message to FrogmortonJustice65 Jan 10 2013, 11:59pm
    The real test hutch Send a private message to hutch Jan 11 2013, 3:16am

 
 
 

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