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#776 Mon, Dec1 2014 12:32pm

Turambar
Archer of Mirkwood
From: Germany
Registered: Sun, Apr27 2008
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Re: THE HOBBIT MOVIE

Oh my goodness . . .
I have seen it! Master Dain Ironfoot sitting on his war-pig . . . inside Empire Magazine. Sorry- I can NOT post that picture . . .
You will have the link?
NO you won´t . . .


Maybe the magic was the most powerful force in the world. But that was long ago.
The dragons are gone, the giants are dead and the children of the woods are forgotten.

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#777 Mon, Dec1 2014 12:52pm

Turambar
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Re: THE HOBBIT MOVIE

Instead I share this link. It shows the marvel of set design. In this case Dale.
(shown on arte-Television yesterday and on youtube today . . . )

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nGbSFGnmYuA


Maybe the magic was the most powerful force in the world. But that was long ago.
The dragons are gone, the giants are dead and the children of the woods are forgotten.

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#778 Mon, Dec1 2014 1:00pm

Barliman
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Re: THE HOBBIT MOVIE

Astonishing detail. It looks so real!

Haven't had a chance to look at our copy of "Empire" yet, so haven't seen Dain.


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

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#779 Mon, Dec1 2014 4:42pm

Milo
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Re: THE HOBBIT MOVIE

Great!


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#780 Mon, Dec1 2014 6:55pm

Theobald
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Re: THE HOBBIT MOVIE

Indeed, amazing architectural concept and details.

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#781 Tue, Dec2 2014 7:27pm

erchamion
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From: Granada, Spain
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Re: THE HOBBIT MOVIE


¡Fuera, viejo Tumulario! ¡Desaparece a la luz! ¡Encógete como la niebla fría, llora como el viento en las tierra estériles, más allá de los montes! ¡No regreses aquí! ¡Deja vacío el túmulo! Perdido y olvidado, más sombrío que la sombra, quédate donde las puertas están cerradas para siempre, hasta los tiempos de un mundo mejor. Tom Bombadil LOTR1

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#782 Tue, Dec2 2014 8:18pm

Turambar
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Re: THE HOBBIT MOVIE

Ho Ho! This is a brilliant link, Master Erchamion. How many days are remaining for entering the cinema . . . ?
I think I saw Master Barliman on Leicester Square yestarday . . .


Maybe the magic was the most powerful force in the world. But that was long ago.
The dragons are gone, the giants are dead and the children of the woods are forgotten.

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#783 Tue, Dec2 2014 9:11pm

Thingol
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Re: THE HOBBIT MOVIE

WOW... and.... WOW..... !


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

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#784 Tue, Dec2 2014 10:02pm

Gildor Inglorion
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From: Montpellier, France
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Re: THE HOBBIT MOVIE

interesting indeed , very... even though it is a pity lady Galadriel plays the role of the "weakling"... she is supposed to have turned Dol Goldur asunder by herself... not be depicted this way... but I like the other "things we see"

(no more comment ... as it would spoil those who would not want to see the scene)


"Elves seldom give unguarded advice, for advice is a dangerous gift, even from the wise to the wise, and all courses may run ill." (Gildor Inglorion, LOTR1)

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#785 Wed, Dec3 2014 3:07pm

Maenas
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From: Barcelona, Spain
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Re: THE HOBBIT MOVIE

I could not resist the temptation for clicking the link tonguetonguetongue
Now I want to go to the cinema ASAP lollollollol


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#786 Wed, Dec3 2014 3:53pm

Barliman
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Re: THE HOBBIT MOVIE

I shall be patient till after Christmas, when the audiences begin to diminish. There's nothing worse than trying to concentrate on a film you're looking forward to with a big audience, especially if too many of them are children. I have extremely acute hearing and can make out every word of whispered conversations elsewhere in the theatre, which is very distracting. (I'd never be able to watch a movie in the US, with all their hooting and sreeching!)


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#787 Wed, Dec3 2014 4:34pm

Gildor Inglorion
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Re: THE HOBBIT MOVIE

well at my place they plan a "Hobbitmarathon" (three movies in a row, like the LoTR)  that would begin at 5pm  ... and the new Hobbit would start at midnight 30...........to end up after 3am.... I don't think I can allow myself to do such follies anymore sad


"Elves seldom give unguarded advice, for advice is a dangerous gift, even from the wise to the wise, and all courses may run ill." (Gildor Inglorion, LOTR1)

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#788 Wed, Dec3 2014 5:33pm

Thingol
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Re: THE HOBBIT MOVIE

Hobbit marathon.... hm... I will go to the cinema after I "give" myself a gift under the christmass tree ... extended version of the film. If I,ll hold on until then ... but certainly I'm planning to go to the cinema at least three times ... so there is time for hobbit marathon.... in the basement... roll or simply said : the Hobbit hole


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

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#789 Thu, Dec4 2014 3:45pm

Gavin
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Re: THE HOBBIT MOVIE

I shall be going to a late night showing of the 24FPS, low tech, 2d edition of the film as soon I can. The rest can go hang; 3d is annoying, 48FPS makes everything look like the Tellytubbies :p

Next Christmas I will blow out and buy all the Extended Edition DVDs. I've had no real inclination to get them before. I am sure Amazon or someone will have a deal :p

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#790 Thu, Dec4 2014 4:01pm

Barliman
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Re: THE HOBBIT MOVIE

I shall not be watching the 3D version. It makes me too nauseous.


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

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#791 Thu, Dec4 2014 9:01pm

Maenas
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Re: THE HOBBIT MOVIE

Barliman wrote:

I shall not be watching the 3D version. It makes me too nauseous.

I thought I was the only one who got sick with that technology.... maybe its because I wear glasses, and I constantly have to readjust both glasses (mine and those of the 3D) witch at the same time "gets me off" of the movie.


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#792 Thu, Dec4 2014 9:08pm

Barliman
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Re: THE HOBBIT MOVIE

I wear glasses too, but I don't think that's the cause. I seem to remember reading somewhere that about a third of people suffer nausea to some degree or another when watching 3D movies. I also suffer from motion sickness, so perhaps that's a factor.


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

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#793 Fri, Dec5 2014 10:20am

Milo
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Re: THE HOBBIT MOVIE

So far, I keep my eyaes closed about the movie. As it's final one known so far, I have decided to watch it without knowing anything about its content.
Can't wait to watch it on wednesday...


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#794 Fri, Dec5 2014 4:47pm

Gavin
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Re: THE HOBBIT MOVIE

Well, Milo I am going to be evil and spoil it for you!


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BILBO SURVIVES :p

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#795 Fri, Dec5 2014 4:49pm

Barliman
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Re: THE HOBBIT MOVIE

Thanks very much - there's no point in watching it now.


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

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#796 Fri, Dec5 2014 6:43pm

Milo
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Re: THE HOBBIT MOVIE


Milo Gamgee-Took of Bywater
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#797 Fri, Dec5 2014 7:27pm

Maenas
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From: Barcelona, Spain
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Re: THE HOBBIT MOVIE

Gavin wrote:

BILBO SURVIVES :p

lollollol

Last edited by Maenas (Fri, Dec5 2014 7:31pm)


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#798 Fri, Dec5 2014 8:34pm

Milo
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From: Toulouse, France
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Re: THE HOBBIT MOVIE

Maenas wrote:

Gavin wrote:

BILBO SURVIVES :p

lollollol

madmadmad
Et voilà!

lol


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#799 Fri, Dec5 2014 8:43pm

Barliman
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From: Bree
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Posts: 4252

Re: THE HOBBIT MOVIE

OK, if we're giving everything away - SMAUG DIES!


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#800 Fri, Dec5 2014 8:57pm

Gildor Inglorion
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From: Montpellier, France
Registered: Fri, Jan25 2008
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Re: THE HOBBIT MOVIE

and Gandalf survives too !!

(now we can't be sure for the movie version... for Fili, for Radagast, for Beorn, for Azog and Bolg, or even for Thorin ... )


"Elves seldom give unguarded advice, for advice is a dangerous gift, even from the wise to the wise, and all courses may run ill." (Gildor Inglorion, LOTR1)

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