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Trinity34
28-12-02, 07:26
I just saw lotr: the two towers. Very good! Has anyone else seen it?

tlr online
28-12-02, 10:16
Not yet. How does it compare to The Fellowship Of The Ring?

justin
28-12-02, 13:09
I saw it at 12:05 a.m. last wednesday :D
The first showing of it in Connecticut :D

And it was AWESOME!!
I mean, sure I spotted like 30 errors (as with the first) but man the battles alone were worth it!!!!

Definately go see it ;)

justin
28-12-02, 13:09
I saw it at 12:05 a.m. last wednesday :D
The first showing of it in Connecticut :D

And it was AWESOME!!
I mean, sure I spotted like 30 errors (as with the first) but man the battles alone were worth it!!!!

Definately go see it ;)

Kaminari
28-12-02, 13:10
Visually unbelievable :eek:

However, some very important changes were made to the original story which should irritate any die-hard Tolkien fan, but will probably pass completely unnoticed to the casual reader / audience (Faramir, the Ring at Osgiliath :confused: ).

You even happen to see Orlando Bloom surfing on a shield (you hear me right)... PJ should really have spared us this kind of pathetic 'comic relief' http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/redface.gif

Overall it's a good flick, though :D

http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/xmas1.gif

justin
28-12-02, 13:14
Why do i randomly post two replies? Maybe it's my slow connection bogging down...
:confused:

justin
28-12-02, 13:14
Why do i randomly post two replies? Maybe it's my slow connection bogging down...
:confused:

tlr online
28-12-02, 15:00
Justin. So far, do you prefer the book or the movie version?

princeofdarkness
28-12-02, 15:38
Two towers looks good. The problem is, I wasnt too impressed with the Fellowship movie, it was too long winded and I got bored half way through. Would it be worth my while to go and see the two towers?

justin
28-12-02, 16:42
I definately prefer the books, but that's typical for most book/movie comparison.

But the Two Towers is worth seeing, a good portion of it is battle scenes, and great comic relief from Gimli :D

Trinity34
28-12-02, 16:43
I thought the Two Towers was better than Fellowship of the Ring. In the first one you meet Frodo and Bilbo and learn about the quest he decides to take up but the second one deals more with going into battle and doing what is right and uniting races for a common goal. Also, it deals with what Frodo goes through with the ring, good vs evil, that sort of thing.

I really liked the Golum character, even tho he was kind of strange. http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/smile.gif

max_payne_99
29-12-02, 03:01
And here I just got done watching the first one. http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/redface.gif

I'm thinking that I'm going to watch the Two Towers tomorrow, and then try to scrounge up the third book.

dingochik
29-12-02, 04:33
I like the movie coz I dont read books :D The two towers was really good..better than the first i think...I got the first game too. Golem??? Smegal?? Anyway he was really well animated compared to that dobby in harry potter. I'm sick today :(

dingochik
29-12-02, 04:35
What errors did you see Justin?...coz I wanna see if I can spot them. http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/smile.gif