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Good point on The Hobbit.

BoromirOfWinterfell
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Feb 15 2013, 8:13pm


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Good point on The Hobbit. [In reply to] Can't Post

I could just imagine Peter Jackson giving a long-winded explanation to Tolkien about why he made the changes. I can also imagine Tolkien wrinkling his nose and having an annoyed look on his face. Oh PJ, why the skulls...

I think Azog would have had Tolkien twitching. He certainly made me twitch.

In the end, I think no-one can really interpret a work one hundred percent correctly; no-one really knows what goes on in an author's mind. Smile

Þæs ofereode, þisses swa mæg - that has passed, so may this.

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Don’t Think J.R.R. Tolkien Would’ve Liked the ‘LOTR’ Franchise Much....? lovinglotr Send a private message to lovinglotr Feb 10 2013, 8:04pm
    I'm one of those geeky fans... swordwhale Send a private message to swordwhale Feb 11 2013, 4:42am
    Personally I think that Radagast-Aiwendil Send a private message to Radagast-Aiwendil Feb 12 2013, 2:09pm
        Good point on The Hobbit. BoromirOfWinterfell Send a private message to BoromirOfWinterfell Feb 15 2013, 8:13pm

 
 
 

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