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Unintentionally funny scenes in the Hobbit movies, so far.
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Thorins_apprentice
Rohan


Jan 4 2014, 11:48pm

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Unintentionally funny scenes in the Hobbit movies, so far. Can't Post

Did anyone find any scenes humorous, when they were meant to be serious.Here are mine.

1.When Gandalf is trapped in the cage, in DOS i couldn't help but chuckle because he always seems to get trapped somewhere, when war is brewing.lol
2.After Thranduil beheads the orc, he swings his sword around, like some power ranger. lol
3.When the Dragon awakes from his slumber as he begins sliding down through the gold, you see Bilbo leaning down trying to ignore it.lol



















could cut the te

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Joe20
Lorien


Jan 4 2014, 11:54pm

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Tauriel healing scene [In reply to] Can't Post

especially when it looks like she's doing something that one would not normally see in a PG movie Crazy

But I would say the bit when Smaug wakes up and Bilbo sort of crouches down is intentionally funny rather than unintentionally. Martin Freeman just does it so well.


Thorins_apprentice
Rohan


Jan 5 2014, 12:01am

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Bilbo and Smaug scene. [In reply to] Can't Post

I do agree, but you could cut the tension with a knife.It really felt serious and funny at the same time.I was worried for Bilbo in that scene and kind of scared/laughing lol.

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Kilidoescartwheels
Gondor

Jan 5 2014, 12:04am

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Thorin in Laketown [In reply to] Can't Post

The second time I saw DoS, I noticed that after arguing with Bard Thorin walked up a few steps so he'd be the same height as Bard, and I thought that was pretty funny. RA said the dwarves do things to try and make themselves look bigger, I guess that was one of them.


Rowan Greene
Lorien


Jan 5 2014, 12:08am

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Yes...this. [In reply to] Can't Post

The Tauriel healing scene...

And I agree that Bilbo crouching down was intentionally funny, as was his using his arms to "measure" Smaug when he first starts to shift under the gold.

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especially when it looks like she's doing something that one would not normally see in a PG movie Crazy

But I would say the bit when Smaug wakes up and Bilbo sort of crouches down is intentionally funny rather than unintentionally. Martin Freeman just does it so well.




TheImaginator
Rivendell

Jan 5 2014, 12:15am

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Nice thread:D [In reply to] Can't Post

Kids: The dragon will kill us! :'(
Bard: *serious face* *camera zooms in* Not if I kill it first.

Thranduil's OTT thuper thantastic thabulousness.

Some of Orlando Bloom's melodramatic line delivery.


Thorins_apprentice
Rohan


Jan 5 2014, 12:19am

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Legolas. [In reply to] Can't Post

Yeah,tell me about it.His most corny one was "There is no king under the mountain,nor will there ever be." lol

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tsmith675
Gondor


Jan 5 2014, 12:30am

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Thorin on fire... [In reply to] Can't Post

Rolling on the ground, ripping the coat off and the saying "Come on let's go" like nothing happened.

"This day we FIGHT!"


CathrineB
Rohan


Jan 5 2014, 12:33am

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People are so dirty minded [In reply to] Can't Post

CrazyLaugh

I didn't even think anything kinky or dirty with the healing scene until you dirty beggers brought it up Laugh

Uhm hmmm... YES! I dunno if it was unintenionally or not, but when Thorin's on fire and screams and rolls around he's SUDDENLY up on his feet and all "Let's go!" it looks so stupid hahah I love it though.

"Not if I kill it first" was rather corny.

I have to admit even though I don't hate on Orlando that there was some line and facial expression in Lake Town (I think it was when Bolg left) that was laughable.


(This post was edited by Ataahua on Jan 5 2014, 12:53am)


wonderinglinguist
Lorien

Jan 5 2014, 12:42am

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The only time [In reply to] Can't Post

I laughed or found something funny (when it seemed like I shouldn't) was the healing scene. The first time I saw it I didn't see anything "dirty" at all, I just thought her slowed down movements and speech were so funny in and of themselves. That said, I saw the movie again a few days ago and I can understand how people have come away with...erm, other thoughts Crazy...but that's not why I found it funny.

Actually, when I saw it last week, someone in the theater actually laughed when Kili fell down the stairs (when he's holding the weapons) Unsure I have no idea how someone found that humorous.

keep smiling Smile


GiantMushroomBear
Bree

Jan 5 2014, 12:53am

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What was so bad about Bard's line? [In reply to] Can't Post

I think some are reading too much into this...


tiamy
Rivendell


Jan 5 2014, 1:45am

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Bard's delivery of [In reply to] Can't Post

"How long have they've been gone?"
And cut to next scene...


BalrogTrainer
Rivendell

Jan 5 2014, 2:38am

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Re: [In reply to] Can't Post

 

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"There is no king under the mountain,nor will there ever be."


I can totally see this line becoming his "They're taking the hobbits to Isengard!" counterpart of this trilogy. Wink


LordotRings93
Rohan


Jan 5 2014, 4:11am

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Same here! [In reply to] Can't Post

I don't know if that was the intent, but I kinda love it. How he's almost roasted alive, just stands up and says "Alrighty then".

Lover of Medieval Fantasy
"I know what I must do. It's just... I'm afraid to do it."


Barrow-Wight
Rohan


Jan 5 2014, 4:15am

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some in AUJ [In reply to] Can't Post

first Gollum answering the eggs riddle I laugh every time because it looks like he's trying to use the bathroom I'm very tempted to put sound effects over that scene lol

Bilbo saying "I believe the worst is behind us"

I want to say that the two shots of Gollum trying to answer the teeth riddle and the egg riddle was just WETA showing off how great they made Gollum look in this movie and he did look amazing I forget he's CGI everytime I see it


HeadingSouth
The Shire


Jan 5 2014, 4:20am

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I [In reply to] Can't Post

do find The Dol Guldur stuff funny in an annoying way. Peter just loves to depower Gandalf.


Barrow-Wight
Rohan


Jan 5 2014, 4:43am

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I Think this time [In reply to] Can't Post

as the Joker said "It's all part of the plan" Gandalf always intended to get captured, He could have ran if he wanted to but he needed to be captured so it would make the white council spring into action cause nothing was going to happen as long as Saruman kept denying anything was happening there maybe we'll see Saruman and Radagast interact in TABA cause of this, it would be a funny scene Radagast burst in and says "Gandalf's in trouble" and Saruman says "have you been eating mushrooms again?" lol


tarasaurus
Rohan


Jan 5 2014, 4:56am

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when the company [In reply to] Can't Post

is on the barge/ship with Bard, and Dwalin is bad-mouthing Bard. I just love Dwalin so much, he is such a BA and I'd expect that behavior from him, LOL


tarasaurus
Rohan


Jan 5 2014, 4:58am

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YES!! Freakin hilarious! [In reply to] Can't Post

Though I think I'm the only one who laughed both viewings in the theater...

Also forgot to add to my above post: Legolas pirouetting on the dwarf heads. Good lord. Also, Orlando is what I call an eye actor because he always squints his eyes as a reaction to something in his movies. Or makes weird faces. He did it when Thranduil beheaded the orc, and when he looks after Bolg when he feels his nose bleeding. (P.s. I don't hate Legolas at all, he's just so corny)


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Scorchster
Rivendell

Jan 5 2014, 5:02am

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Here's mine [In reply to] Can't Post

When Thorin proclaims at the secret door, "Let all those who doubted us, RUE THIS DAY!" I'm not sure why, but his grinning expression and delivery of that line just cracks me up every single time. He looks so happy it's bordering on comical!


Barrow-Wight
Rohan


Jan 5 2014, 5:04am

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after the nose bleed [In reply to] Can't Post

after Legolas saw his blood I started thinking "Nobody makes me bleed my own blood NOBODY!" you could tell he was thinking it lol


tarasaurus
Rohan


Jan 5 2014, 5:06am

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If I were him, [In reply to] Can't Post

I would say (in the future to Gimli) "don't tell the dwarf"...he would have a field day with making fun of the elf Tongue


tarasaurus
Rohan


Jan 5 2014, 5:07am

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Hahahaha [In reply to] Can't Post

Must be because we are so used to a serious/grumpy/determined Thorin. I think so far we've seen him grin the most in DoS (total of 2 times if I remember), Sly


MouthofSauron
Tol Eressea


Jan 5 2014, 5:09am

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i love Freeman's delivery... [In reply to] Can't Post

when Bilbo tells Gandalf; "I just can't go strolling off into the blue, I am a Baggins from Bag End", after he says that he slightly lifts his finger up. Makes me smile every time!

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AinurOlorin
Half-elven


Jan 5 2014, 6:55am

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Agreed, Kili's 80s teen movie cheerleader fantasy made reality and his subsequent VERY [In reply to] Can't Post

Happy Ending (you know what I am talking about) are the first things that sprang to mind as funny where funny wasn't the motive.

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especially when it looks like she's doing something that one would not normally see in a PG movie Crazy

But I would say the bit when Smaug wakes up and Bilbo sort of crouches down is intentionally funny rather than unintentionally. Martin Freeman just does it so well.


"Hear me, hounds of Sauron, Gandalf is here! Fly if you value your foul skins, I will shrivel you from tail to snout if you step within this circle!"

"Do not be to eager to deal out death in judgement. Even the very wise cannot see all ends."

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