Is there any movie trilogy better than The Lord of the Rings?
Can someone explain the logic of this scene again? How could no one notice the hobbits causing half an avalanche? How could the two approaching soldiers not notice them long before Frodo even used the cloak?
You're right. No matter how many times i watch it, they feel like new movies, i can't go back to theatrical version knowing that exists the superior and only acceptable version.
Poor fag to much?
>battle of Dagorlad
Yes. And you can the left side of Arwen in the Rohirirm Charge in Two Towers.
yes, literally GOAT, shame I can't post sound webms as I have some nice lotr ones.
They used one of his poems in TTT. Treebeard said (in extended version). The same kinda goes for a new line said by Faramir, which was said by another character in the book.
I never saw that shot. The one i noticied is when Eomer and Gandalf are in the ground attacking the Uruk. I think it's at in 3 hours and 28 minutes mark...
They are the best extended cuts of all time. Sorry, Jim Cameron, but i will always be your fan.
Frodo dreams of Valinor when sleeping at Tom's house, he doesn't recognize it as so, but the description is clear. The same description was took in the movies as something Gandalf says to Pippin in Minas Tirith to cheer him up, presenting that fabled land as what awaits him when he will die. It's a bit funny, because Pippin being a hobbit, his soul is human and doesn't go to Valinor, as Gandalf's and elven souls do.
Istaris like Gandalf and Saruman aren't fully themselves during their presence on Middle-Earth, they don't remember everything they once knew as maia, their memory and personality was probably tweaked to suit their mission, which was to counter Sauron. Their powers are limited, and living in Middle-Earth is probably like a dream to them, in that it makes sense, but when they return to Valinor they probably wake up from the whole thing, and return to their true selves. This speech of Gandalf isn't that big a deal, one could argue he's quite unsure of what and who he is, has vague memories of different things.
its heavily hinted at that hobbits particularly tooks have some elven blood. pippin might get to go to valinor, im honestly convinved hobbits were just the result of all the races interbreeding in the far east while all the crazy shit went down in the west during most of the silmarillion but hey thats just my head canon.