Return Of The King -SPOILER- 17 replies

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nyforever

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#11 17 years ago
Well I can't vouch for the stupidity of some audiences, but both times I've seen RotK, people haven't stood up till the end, and in fact there was a standing ovation at the end.

well depends when u saw it. because their friends might be like "don't stand up" or w/e. i saw it midnight on tuesday (well, since its midnight, wednesday) the day it came out. almost everyone stood up. at 1 point, they all went "arg...." or w/e it sounds like.

Think of it as heaven, early retirement whatever.

so, frodo went there just to have a peaceful life???

omfg... you people are retarded.. the movies follow the story of Tolkien's "The Lord of the Rings"

no... really???

use the edit button

i can't find it... i hate this new skin... EDIT: i found it... lol

when i asked my friend if he wants to see rotk again, he said:

my friendi don't think my ass can take that kind of punishment again!

(wow... 5 quotes in 1 reply... :-) )




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#12 17 years ago

[color=red]i'm had more quotes in one reply :p [/color]




badcombover

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#13 17 years ago

I agree with nOe, read the books, they are very good. The series is one of my favorites if not tied for first. They will explain everything. I heard people complaining that they didn't send Gimli and Legolas into the Grey Havens in the movie. Simple answer, that takes place 120 years after Aragorn is crowned king.




JP(NL)

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#14 17 years ago

frodo went to valinor because he was ill from carying the ring and because he got stabbed by one of the nazgul, and he could not be treated for that in middle earth or something... forgot, it's bin a while since I read the return of the king:uhm:




qotsa

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#15 17 years ago

hey i wanted to know..if anyone can tell me..the wizards of the council came from beyond the sea sometime in the 3rd age (right?) and they're in human form in middle-earth..so in what form were they beyond the sea?




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#16 17 years ago

*winces* Dear... god... I though my eyes were going to bleed as I waded through the sea of retardedness that made up half of these posts. Is it a joke? Some sick joke? Why did Frodo leave with "that old guy"? You know, because he's just some old dude who hangs around a bit. HOLY SHIT! Even someone who never knew what the Lord of the Rings was until the movies knows who the hell Gandalf is! *wince* Back to the first retarded question, obviously put forth by someone with the attention span of a chipmunk and likewise the mental capacity. Why did Frodo leave Middle-Earth? Well, I've been doing it for days since I saw this movie, so I might as well do it again.. Galadriel summed it up earlier in the series. "To be a ring-bearer is to be alone." "The quest will claim his life." And that it did, but not in such a literal since as you may think. The quest will claim his life, but it will not kill him. When Frodo left the Shire, he was nothing more then a peaceful little hobbit with big dreams, his lifestyle really not much different from any other hobbit. Then he became a ring-bearer. The ring took ahold of his heart and soul and twisted it, scarred it in a way that time could never heal. After all the things that he had been through, after the tremendous burden he bore, how could he ever return to the life he once led? The memories of things past burned into his head, the rings mark left etched in his body? Surrounded by people who could never understand. The answer was, he couldn't. "To bear a ring of power is to be alone". And quite, simply thats what he had to do. The Shire could never give him the peace he longed for, not after everything he had been through. Really though, I can understand how some people might not get that last bit. When I say "retarded" I'm referring to the truly idiotic statements found earlier. Really people, you need to read the books. They kick ass. *beats himself with a board and hobbels off*




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#17 17 years ago
Why did Frodo leave with "that old guy"? You know, because he's just some old dude who hangs around a bit.

hot gandalf u idiot. i meant bilbo. forgot his name when i typed that back then.




nyforever

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#18 17 years ago
Why did Frodo leave with "that old guy"? You know, because he's just some old dude who hangs around a bit.

not gandalf u idiot. i meant bilbo. forgot his name when i typed that back then.




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