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 Post subject: I liked the deppressing parts
PostPosted: June 11th, 2005, 9:40 am 
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" there's some good in this world Mr.Frodo and it's worth fighting for. It's like in the great stories folk in thoes stories had lots of chances of turning back only they didn't they kept goin because they were holding on to something. "what are we holding to, Sam?"\
Dose anyone else like that one?

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that is a really good line, you're right.

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I loved that part! That's a lot of why I like Sam so much! :)

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Sam said many quote worthy things during all three movies. That line is personally one of my favourites.

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Sam is a great character don't you think? Brave and very loyal, but also with a touch of good-natured humor. A very pleasing hobbit.

Tehe! :bye2:

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The sad parts add the humanity to the story... as much as I hate to say it, Haldir's death was important because it showed that it wasn't just the humans who were affected by the evil in Mordor..

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That bit makes me cry every single time! its a plot to make people flood cinemas and living rooms I tell you!

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 Post subject: Re: I liked the deppressing parts
PostPosted: June 13th, 2005, 4:06 pm 


elrondschild wrote:
" there's some good in this world Mr.Frodo and it's worth fighting for. It's like in the great stories folk in thoes stories had lots of chances of turning back only they didn't they kept goin because they were holding on to something. "what are we holding to, Sam?"\
Dose anyone else like that one?


That is an swosme line my Elf friend, I love it. :)
Is 1 of my favs.


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The annoying thing is that some of the sad parts HAVE to happen... i.e. Gandalf has to fall in Moria or he wont come back as Gandalf the White and heal Theoden etc... *ponders*

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I actually cryed when Gandalf fell in Moria. I just could NOT believe it :'(
But when he came back it was is if we were having a party :bounce: yay!!! Gandalf is back!!! :bounce:


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LOL I love the way he does the double-voice trick... :p how sneaky!

I was uberly depressed when Theoden started crying... :( I just felt so sorry for him! :'(

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I guess I do too. I do like movies and books that are sad because then they move you, and they're hard to forget. But that's very depressing sometimes. Sad books are good too, including a book called Go Ask Alice, but I won't explain about that because then this post would be off-topic. :bye2:

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I like the sad parts, they add depth to a story. But I've gotta have humour or I am gonna feel so damn sad through the entire film!

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As you all say, stories need sad parts. It moves you and you won't easily forget the movie/book. But without humor a film is a bit... hm.. depressing..?

And LotR has both and maybe that's one of the reasons I love it so much! everything I like in a good story is in it, both in the book and in the movies.


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Elf Lady Alane wrote:
I actually cryed when Gandalf fell in Moria. I just could NOT believe it :'(
But when he came back it was is if we were having a party :bounce: yay!!! Gandalf is back!!! :bounce:


A party???? Oh wow, I'm impressed at your devotion to him. :bye2:

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PostPosted: June 22nd, 2005, 7:23 pm 
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That was freaky when Gandalf was taking how they took it between voices!

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