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That Scene That Gives You Goosbumps!
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Oct 29 2013, 6:37pm

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There are lots, but the one that came right to mind.... [In reply to] Can't Post

was that scene in FOTR where the nazgul is riding into the moonlight and you see it outlined in slow motion. Not sure why, but that part gave me the shivers the first time I saw it, and for some reason not only captured the scariness factor of the Nazgul, but also the sort of pitiable fate they have.

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Tauriel: So let me get this straight sir, this Elwen girl is back on something called TORn, and rather than just tell her to stop stalking you, you'd like me to show up in a movie I have no business being in as a ploy to distract her, and nevermind the wrath of countless Tolkien fans who will be calling for my destruction?

Legolas: That about sums it up. Besides, some people might like you. Oh, and to be on the safe side, can we pretend to be a couple too?


Dec 6 2013, 9:25am

Post #52 of 53 (308 views)
Many but i will pick these 3 only [In reply to] Can't Post

1)The lighting of the beacons (perhaps my favourite of the trilogy)
2)The marching of Elves in Helm's Deep
3)The Ride of the Rohirrim

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Dec 28 2013, 12:33am

Post #53 of 53 (302 views)
Many [In reply to] Can't Post

These will be so many... Just a few as I re-watched the whole trilogy two times already over the holidays. :) Not in the proper order:

The charge of the Elves against Sauron's army. Same with the Elves coming to Helm's Deep and their charge following Aragorn as well as Haldir's death. Overall, many elves scenes are unbeliavably touching to me. Including Arwen seeing her son and Elrond trying to convince her to leave Middle Earth.

Aragorn at Bree. The Ringwraith on the road approaching and later searching for Frodo as well as the Ringwraiths at Weathertop scene.

Rohirrim at Helm's Deep. Gandalf falling in Moria. The trees moving towards Helm's Deep and the march of the Ents. The "birth" of the Uruk-Hai.

"I come on behalf of one whom I love" from Elrond and him climbing the mountain to Theoden's camp in the night. "I do not fear death" by Aragorn on entering the dead's "palace". "This army!" when the dead followed him. Aragorn on his knees seeing the black ships. Faramir's last charge. Gandalf on Shadowfax, lighting up all around. "The Eagles are coming!". Denethor burning Faramir.

The reforging of Anduril and Arwen reciting the poem. "What say you?" Some of the Nazgul appearances but not all. Nearly every scene of Aragorn charging, especially when alone (respect for Viggo!). Aragorn's coronation and the moment he saw Arwen behind the banner alive.

There are many more, I just can't count them even.

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