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Old 12-04-2002, 09:24 PM   #1
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Two Towers question

Ok. I knew that I saw something about a "Rerturn to the Shire" special. Has it already came on?? I cannot find it.
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Old 12-04-2002, 09:37 PM   #2
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i just watched it at 7 on our wb station but when i called my brother to tell him it was on, it wasn't on where he was. i'd check your wb website.

it was really good. and i want to be orlando bloom's baby's mama.





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I saw it from 8-9pm tonight, it was called "return to middle earth" and it was SOOOOOOOO COOL.

yes i am a bit of a fan.

anyway, it was mostly background info on the filming, lots of cool personal time with the *stars* and interviews...even a big sneal peek of a scene from the upcoming movie...

everyone was interviewed except for John Rhys-Davies! I don't know why! Poor Gimli.

It was cool to see...
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Big Grin RATS!

I suppose I missed it.
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I blame the christmas tree.
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crys NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

NO NO NO NO NO NO NO

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Damn I missed it too, I must blame my love for beer specials at the local pub. I did however just purchase the 4 disk dvd of fellowship. The special features are incredible, I still cant believe the amount of time and energy that went into making that film!!

Not to mention it came with a ticket to see Two Towers......
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I saw it from 8-9pm tonight, it was called "return to middle earth" and it was SOOOOOOOO COOL.

yes i am a bit of a fan.

anyway, it was mostly background info on the filming, lots of cool personal time with the *stars* and interviews...even a big sneal peek of a scene from the upcoming movie...

everyone was interviewed except for John Rhys-Davies! I don't know why! Poor Gimli.

It was cool to see...
It WAS COOL! We stored it on TIVO.

Lots of Viggo Mortensen.
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I caught the last half of it - it was quite cool. I'm reeeeaaally looking forward to December 18th.
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I don't mean to brag
but I saw at least one tower today
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Damn I missed it too, I must blame my love for beer specials at the local pub. I did however just purchase the 4 disk dvd of fellowship. The special features are incredible, I still cant believe the amount of time and energy that went into making that film!!

Not to mention it came with a ticket to see Two Towers......
WOO HOO! Us, too!!

We've watched the extendo version twice now...it's awesome.

I cannot cannot wait until Dec 18.

They were selling advance tickets at the primo theatre here in the Burgh...but they are all sold out.

I may have to sit with the plebes if i want to see it opening day.
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Lots of Viggo Mortensen.

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Hey sula -- a friend made me, I repeat MADE me, watch the LOTR DVD with him after I told him I hated the movie. I liked it better the second time because of his enthusiasm and the pausing every 10 minutes to explain everything in more detail than one girl's pretty little head can handle (he's seen it 8 times--I really can't imagine!). I just don't get fantasy films--my brain isn't programmed right. Harry Potter, I get . But I had fun watching it with him and will probably go see Two Towers. Oh, and he's in love with Viggo, too.
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hey....joyful girl's almost a convert!!

i'd suggest reading the books, but there's funny little songs and things that sometimes distract you from the main storyline...however, if you really want to be able to enjoy the movies, i think reading the books is a MUST.

NZ is just too beautiful and too perfect for the setting...and the actors have done an amazing job bringing the characters to life off the page (i think tolkein already brought them to life ON the page ).

So, read the books AND watch the movie AND watch it with people who love it! It's a worthwhile way to spend a few hours!
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