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Also, has anyone noticed that people in movie theatres cough more than normal people, especially during the quiet parts?
Although the scenery, costumes and direction were so good in this film -as well as the other two-, I did think that a lot of the deviation from the book was unnecessary. I can understand having to cut large parts of the text due to sheer length, but to make things up or change the story was, frankly, a bit insulting - not just to our own intelligence but who is Jackson to think he can rewrite Tolkien!?.
Anyway, that said, whinge over, I will concede that I'd rather watch this trilogy than many other of the offerings of recent years.
Btw, can anyone suggest any good films out at the mo, as I've got to pick the next one we go to see. cheers.
As for good film suggestions, there's the one I mentioned. Cheaper by the Dozen is kind of "cute" and fun to watch. House of Sand and Fog is supposed to be great; so is The Last Samurai. Along came Polly was not good, neither was The Big Bounce. That's it for me. Has anyone else seen more of the "Best Picture" movies this year?
. The entire three part saga was a masterpiece. Taking into account that any book that is made in a movie never stays true to the books plot line, I was impressed that it did keep as close to the series as possible.Return of the King
One thing they left out that annoyed me, Tom Bombadil.
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