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Thank you for your thorough answers!

BlackFox
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May 18, 9:53am


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12. Why end the film with such an obviously ironic note?
Sometimes self-deception is the only way to move forward. Yes, danger is obviously still following and ahead of them. So, at this moment, all is safe and sound. Optimism is very contagious; pessimism, thought, is the same way. They need to stay positive; it's one thing to have conflict coming from without, but, from within the group, *that* is where things may fall apart.

Well said. The ending of AUJ reminds me that of FOTR. The endings of DOS and TTT are, on the other hand, much more ominous.

Thank you so much for organizing, cats! Smile


"Our truest life is when we are in dreams awake." - Henry David Thoreau

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Chapter of the Week: A Good Omen BlackFox Send a private message to BlackFox May 17, 8:54am
    Quick response Glorfindela Send a private message to Glorfindela May 17, 10:11am
        Thank you for your answers, Glorfindela! BlackFox Send a private message to BlackFox May 17, 1:16pm
    As someone who had not read the book SafeUnderHill May 17, 11:19am
        Interesting to hear that! cats16 Send a private message to cats16 May 18, 9:24am
    First-time response here! Sildarion~Valenar Send a private message to Sildarion~Valenar May 17, 11:38am
        Thanks for the answers, Sildarion! BlackFox Send a private message to BlackFox May 17, 1:19pm
    Our last AUJ CHOW... DanielLB Send a private message to DanielLB May 17, 12:12pm
        Thanks for taking the time to answer, Daniel! BlackFox Send a private message to BlackFox May 17, 1:29pm
        Reminds me of my avatar, actually cats16 Send a private message to cats16 May 18, 9:30am
    Re#17 zalmoxis Send a private message to zalmoxis May 17, 12:49pm
    At least you skipped the worst bit! pettytyrant101 Send a private message to pettytyrant101 May 17, 3:14pm
        Thanks for the answers, petty! BlackFox Send a private message to BlackFox May 17, 4:36pm
        Hmm SafeUnderHill May 17, 4:41pm
            Each to their own pettytyrant101 Send a private message to pettytyrant101 May 17, 4:54pm
                I think SafeUnderHill May 17, 5:23pm
                    Well pettytyrant101 Send a private message to pettytyrant101 May 17, 5:41pm
                Here's a couple of fabricated explanations ... DanielLB Send a private message to DanielLB May 17, 6:10pm
                    I'd agree with point 5 pettytyrant101 Send a private message to pettytyrant101 May 17, 6:25pm
                        Subject SafeUnderHill May 17, 7:16pm
                            I don't believe pettytyrant101 Send a private message to pettytyrant101 May 17, 9:02pm
                                In my opinion SafeUnderHill May 17, 10:25pm
                                    I did not pettytyrant101 Send a private message to pettytyrant101 May 17, 11:54pm
                                        No different than 70% of the Hobbit book Annatar598 Send a private message to Annatar598 May 18, 2:24am
                                            I don't agree pettytyrant101 Send a private message to pettytyrant101 May 18, 3:15am
                        I don't see a problem with getting the audience to use their imagination. DanielLB Send a private message to DanielLB May 17, 8:32pm
                            I feel pettytyrant101 Send a private message to pettytyrant101 May 17, 9:04pm
                    I agree with a variation of point 7 Elarie Send a private message to Elarie May 17, 7:02pm
            hmmm elostirion74 Send a private message to elostirion74 May 19, 3:08pm
    Hurray! Kim Send a private message to Kim May 17, 5:21pm
        Great answers, as always, Kim! BlackFox Send a private message to BlackFox May 17, 6:36pm
        About the runes BlackFox Send a private message to BlackFox May 17, 6:57pm
            Awesome, thanks BlackFox! Kim Send a private message to Kim May 17, 8:11pm
    A great sequence! Noria Send a private message to Noria May 17, 5:56pm
        Thank you for your answers, Noria! BlackFox Send a private message to BlackFox May 17, 6:40pm
    An exquisite sequence.A true highlight of AUJ. NecromancerRising Send a private message to NecromancerRising May 18, 5:46am
        Thanks for taking the time to answer, Necromancer! BlackFox Send a private message to BlackFox May 18, 8:48am
            You are welcome Fox! NecromancerRising Send a private message to NecromancerRising May 18, 9:22am
    We're baaaaack! cats16 Send a private message to cats16 May 18, 9:20am
        Thank you for your thorough answers! BlackFox Send a private message to BlackFox May 18, 9:53am
            Thank *you*! cats16 Send a private message to cats16 May 19, 11:22am
        What about last chapter? pettytyrant101 Send a private message to pettytyrant101 May 18, 7:20pm
            I have a guess... cats16 Send a private message to cats16 May 18, 7:39pm
                I don't think pettytyrant101 Send a private message to pettytyrant101 May 18, 8:30pm
    Chapter Old Pilgrim Send a private message to Old Pilgrim May 23, 5:01am
        Thanks for the answers, Old Pilgrim! BlackFox Send a private message to BlackFox May 23, 9:19am
            It was very enjoyable. Old Pilgrim Send a private message to Old Pilgrim May 25, 12:43pm

 
 
 

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