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#51 Sat, Apr16 2011 11:29pm

cameosis
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Re: THE HOBBIT MOVIE

barliman, it's a so-called mockumentary, in the vein of "the blair witch project" -- still quite entertaining to watch.

here's the link where i watched it -- norwegian original with english subtitles.

http://uploadville.com/3p6gdbrom2qn


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#52 Sun, Apr17 2011 12:40am

Thingol
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Re: THE HOBBIT MOVIE

I started to save him ( the troll hunter ) on my hard disc.... so soon I will watch it.... and than I will know... something... I guess....


.... Farewell to Middle-earth at last. I see the Star above my mast!

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#53 Sun, Apr17 2011 11:10am

cameosis
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Re: THE HOBBIT MOVIE

Thingol wrote:

so soon I will watch it.... and than I will know... something... I guess....

absolutely. big_smile


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#54 Sun, Apr17 2011 12:33pm

Theobald
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Re: THE HOBBIT MOVIE

Huuoooommmm ... I have been busy again hanging up pictures in the Mathom House of Michael Delving .... rhhuooommm ... though I hung them up in the wrong room .... alas .... huom ... see, it's abaout an Easterling chariot ... rhuoomm ... as the Company isn't able to release the  Easterling-series, I decided to build a chariot myself ... huuoooommmm ... yes, that Company really does not haste ... huoommmm ...

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#55 Sun, Apr17 2011 1:05pm

Barliman
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Re: THE HOBBIT MOVIE

I think you're in the wrong room again, Master Tree......this isn't the Taproom. I shall have to get some signposts put up, maybe.


"A worthy man, but his memory is like a lumber-room: thing wanted always buried."

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#56 Sun, Apr17 2011 3:17pm

cameosis
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Re: THE HOBBIT MOVIE

Barliman wrote:

I think you're in the wrong room again, Master Tree......this isn't the Taproom. I shall have to get some signposts put up, maybe.

it seems you have served some rather strong ale recently, seeing how many of the patrons are still disoriented. big_smile

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#57 Sun, Apr17 2011 5:02pm

Barliman
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Good point. Perhaps I should only be giving the tree water...


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#58 Sun, Apr17 2011 6:23pm

Theobald
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Re: THE HOBBIT MOVIE

Huommm ... always being in the wrong rhuoom is a bit hard for you fellers being in the same one ... huoommm ... okidoki, I misplaced that a bit --- water the tree ? ... good idea so far, Master Barliman ... rhuuoomm ... as I learned to know you a bit you'll charge for that watery-thing, right? ... huommm ... I'll move immediately to the right place ... huommm ...

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#59 Wed, Apr27 2011 10:57pm

Thingol
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Re: THE HOBBIT MOVIE

cameosis wrote:

barliman, it's a so-called mockumentary, in the vein of "the blair witch project" -- still quite entertaining to watch.

here's the link where i watched it -- norwegian original with english subtitles.

http://uploadville.com/3p6gdbrom2qn

I looked yesterday, this film.. interesting.... roll looks completely realistic... especially the part that refers to an interview with the head of the laboratory for blood tests... completely faithful to evoke the issue of why the trolls are transformed into a limestone...

I suggest to all the fans of trolls to watch this movie...


And this picture now is for Master Cameosis... dedicated to his idea which inspired me to see this film....

THE TROLL HUNTER ( S )

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ANGRY TROLL HUNT THE HUNTER ( S )

Click to close

.....they run faster than the wind blows.... through Grandma's garden .... smile

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#60 Wed, Apr27 2011 11:05pm

Barliman
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Re: THE HOBBIT MOVIE

I must take a look-see at this movie too. Nice trolls, by the way, Master Thingol, though I'm glad they stay in the garden and don't come into the Taproom!


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#61 Wed, Apr27 2011 11:15pm

Theobald
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Great, Master Thingol ! Respect.

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#62 Wed, Apr27 2011 11:21pm

Thingol
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Re: THE HOBBIT MOVIE

... thanks dear friends... smile big_smile

I hope in near future there will be no trolls in Taproom....they stink so much... so we would recognize them by smell before you approach the inn hmm


.... Farewell to Middle-earth at last. I see the Star above my mast!

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#63 Wed, Apr27 2011 11:28pm

Theobald
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In case they'd try to enter there's a tree with wargskins who will tell them about smelly-and-biting matters lol

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#64 Wed, Apr27 2011 11:31pm

Thingol
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Re: THE HOBBIT MOVIE

.... the most efficient guardian of our Taproom smile for sure... !


.... Farewell to Middle-earth at last. I see the Star above my mast!

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#65 Wed, Apr27 2011 11:49pm

Barliman
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Re: THE HOBBIT MOVIE

Just a word regarding being wary of things that smell in the Taproom - they're probably Nob.


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#66 Thu, Apr28 2011 12:16am

Theobald
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Re: THE HOBBIT MOVIE

And as for guarding Bree and specifically the taproom inside the Prancing Pony, there still is The Man in the Dark, smoking his pipe, I'm sure ... err ... that's why you cannot see him.

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#67 Thu, Apr28 2011 5:50am

twrich
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Re: THE HOBBIT MOVIE

You are correct, Master Tree.

And I have no problem with the way Nob smells . . . he brings me ale, after all.

But I understand that P Jackson needs to find another Fili, perhaps a member here could volunteer?

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#68 Thu, Apr28 2011 8:15am

Thingol
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Re: THE HOBBIT MOVIE

..... I'm too far away from New Zeland.... sad !


.... Farewell to Middle-earth at last. I see the Star above my mast!

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#69 Thu, Apr28 2011 9:11am

Barliman
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Re: THE HOBBIT MOVIE

What a career opportunity, though! I cannot imagine what sort of "personal reasons" have resulted in Rob Kazinsky's departure, but they must be serious indeed if he's prepared to miss out on the experience of a lifetime and all the kudos it would have brought him.

Of course, "personal reasons" could simply be shorthand for "I hated everyone and everyone hated me", or "the guy just couldn't act". We'll probably never know.


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#70 Thu, Apr28 2011 8:16pm

cameosis
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Re: THE HOBBIT MOVIE

friend thingol, did you notice that they mentioned croatia in the movie as well (when talking about the bears)? wink


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#71 Thu, Apr28 2011 8:23pm

Thingol
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Re: THE HOBBIT MOVIE

Damn. I missed it. I'm going back to Norway to check out.... this.... yikes


.... Farewell to Middle-earth at last. I see the Star above my mast!

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#72 Fri, Apr29 2011 2:07am

cameosis
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Re: THE HOBBIT MOVIE

it is the scene where the polish guys drop off the dead bear - i did not want to tell you and spoil the surprise, that was why i suggested you should watch it, hehe.


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#73 Fri, Apr29 2011 8:40am

Barliman
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Re: THE HOBBIT MOVIE

Hey, fellows, can I point out that we're straying way off-topic here? Let's save this room for discussions about the Hobbit Movie! We can always open another room to talk about other movies.

In fact, that might not be a bad idea anyway - much in the way that in the days before the Pony was rebuilt, there used to be a room where we discussed what we were reading or had read, complete with recommendations. Thanks!


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#74 Sat, Apr30 2011 8:55am

Thingol
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Re: THE HOBBIT MOVIE

... you are right Master Barliman.... but in Hobbit are present 3 stinky confused trolls and that conversation are a bit connected with theme.... a bit lol

.... thanks Master Cameosis.... wink


.... Farewell to Middle-earth at last. I see the Star above my mast!

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#75 Mon, May2 2011 12:05am

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Re: THE HOBBIT MOVIE

May I give my contribution to this topic?!
King Thranduil is been casted. Unfortunately I have to constat, that Master Bowie didnīt win this auction.
King Thranduil is one of my favourite characters and I would have really liked to see Master Bowie.
So- letīs memorize the name: Lee Pace.
I donīt like "pushing dasies" so letīs wait how he will look like.


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The dragons are gone, the giants are dead and the children of the woods are forgotten.

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