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Re: Repeating what Kong said
• Posted by: Sally
• Date: Thursday, July 28, 2005, at 2:52 p.m.
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• In Response to: Repeating what Kong said (Nixon)

i sumhow managed to stumble across this site and in particular, this conversation, and i have to say that i its ridiculous how out of hand the conversation got (all starting with KONG, of course).

i definately agree with Nixon. if ur this passionate about the actors and plots in LOTR then y dont u meet and have a debate or summit. this site is so you can start talkin bout MUSIC.

anyway...i thought the score for all three movies was fantastic, it's just lovely to put on as background music (especially the first one). i dont think that Howard Shore or Enya could have done a better job as i thought it envoked just the right emotion at the point of the movie it was played at, whether it was supposed to be fear (when theyre surrounded by orcs in moria), shock (when we think Frodo is dead, also in Moria), sadness (when Gandalf falls)or love (when Aragorn and Arwan meet on the bridge in rivendell).

(and i dont think that bajo's woud have managed to achieve this effect, no matter how funny you, and others, think homosexuel hobbits seem)

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