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boulderman

Watched again for 8th time after listening to audiobook.
Excellent job with the script, better pacing than the book(s) (i.e "Book three" and "four")

Nineth time 24th December
1 year 10 months ago
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Sauron.Servant.of.Morgoth.

PO-TA-TOES
6 years 6 months ago
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gekarlt

When someone say two towers, first thing that comes to my mind: ENTS!
7 years 5 months ago
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IreneAdler

The second part of a trilogy that is a true masterpiece of film-making. What's to say about this part in particular: I did not expect that all the additional character would be introduced so smoothly and grow so dear to the audience so quickly. Great casting. Another wonderful thing about the second part is the character of Gollum and every aspect of it: The funny and yet very emotional script, the performance of Andy Serkis, the technology behind it... absolutely fascinating.
9 years 5 months ago
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Earring72

Great follow up in the trilogy. The extend blu ray looks and sounds amazing. My favorite of the 3.
9 years 6 months ago
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TalkingElvish

Fantastic film. Beautiful, funny, and the greatest CGI creation of all time. Serkis was robbed not tone nominated for an Oscar for his work here.
10 years 1 month ago
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DisneyStitch

This was my first introduction to LOTR. There was nothing interesting playing at the movies so I decided to go see this one, not knowing anything about it. Jumping in completely cold, I was enchanted by the incredible spectacle that Jackson was crafting and the truly incredible use of CGI for Gollum and the massive battle scenes. I think it's my favorite of the trilogy, everything I love about LOTR is in it.
2 years 5 months ago
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Windill

I think I begin to figure out what is missing in this Peter Jackson trilogy: some of Tolkien's spirit and humor. I also perceived that the 3D scenes age very quickly. Still a nice movie to watch, though.
7 years ago
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Micaescalada

Is it pathetic the fact that I've cried?
10 years 1 month ago
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Scratch47

It's really grown on me over time. Fairly pensive and drawn out, but overall gives a 'war movie' feel emotionally. The characters all get drawn into a tough, drained out heart of darkness.
12 years 5 months ago
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MrCarmady

The best of the trilogy, in my opinion.
12 years 10 months ago
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boulderman

Personal note: watching for eighth time today
1 year 1 month ago
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Siskoid

Better than Fellowship, the battles are spectacular and the Rohan especially well designed. The one flaw is perhaps the longish (or not long enough, if you speak to fans) Treebeard sequences.
5 years 3 months ago
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makerluisao

this movie made me laugh and excite in some many scenes... great movie!
9 years 8 months ago
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Joker of Gotham

Good Movie.
This movies are great experience to watch, do they need to be so long?
4.25/5
10 years 10 months ago

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