Why couldn't Willem Dafoe have played Gollum?
Andy Serkis to appear in Disney flick...
I had read so many spoilers the last few weeks that discussed numerous changes from the books, but after I saw the movie my first thoughts were of just how much of the integrity of the books was kept!
Cinematic near-perfection... acting extraordinare... screenplay...well...er...um....
Gollum is a bald Mick Jagger with a Donald Duck accent
My rather violent reaction to Elves at Helm's Deep and then thoughts on the rest of the movie.
Did they release the rough cut by mistake? That was my first coherent thought after I recovered from the breakneck pace of TTT.
When I stepped into the theater on Tuesday, I felt calm and confident that I would be seeing a film that would instantly become one of my favorites of all time. I was not disappointed.
Just my humble or not so humble opinion of the release of The Two Towers. This is a spoiler if you have not seen the movie.
Okay, this is off the top of my head having seen the movie once, so sorry if I missed some scenes. Here's my review of the various scenes.
Ok, I'll start off by saying this: I'm a purist, but not a completely unreasonable one.
I really don't like this film.
Come on you (book) guys, aren't you missing the point? This is a movie, and a damn good one, too...
Jackson has done it to me again.