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dard

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#1 14 years ago

What was your favourite part of the LOTR triliogy mine have to be the Helms Deep, Minis Tirith and Pelanor Fields what about you:beer: :moon:




Urak'kul

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#2 14 years ago

hmm...favourite part...well i would say everything! :D




D.Sporky!

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#3 14 years ago

:D I'd have to agree with Urak...pelanor fields was pure awesome though. :)




Octovon

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#4 14 years ago

The entire Mines or Moria adventure/battle. 'You shall not pass!'




Reel Big Fish

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#5 14 years ago

The Helms Deep Part, No Doubt About It! :nodding:




Nkenobi

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#6 14 years ago

Pelanor fields was liek one of the best of them! and helms deep...




Octovon

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#7 14 years ago

The Ent attack on Isenguard was awesome too, all those burning twiggies, then the broken damn with all the water, cool stuff.

The scene at the end of the Fellowship when Merry and Pippin are taken is cool to. Boromir is amazing, I think he was ten times cooler than Aragorn, no offense to all you Aragorn fans. I though Aragorn was ok in the first but totally redeemed himself in my books in #2 and #3.




Stellar Demon

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#8 14 years ago

All the LOTR movies were amazing. The music and fight scenes are brilliant. I dont think I have an overall favourite scene from the trilogy but I enjoyed the Mines of Moria part aswell as Helms Deep. I really liked the fighting scenes. This trilogy has many wonderfull attributes apart from its amazing story line. The characters are well thought of and the fight scenes are brilliant. The music is really well put togther. All together the LOTR trilogy is a timeless classic.




D.Sporky!

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#9 14 years ago

It is..too bad it's not a great adaption. :( You really can't look at the films as an adaption and think they're good.




evildude

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#10 14 years ago

Hellms Deep Had To Be The Best

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