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Re: Praise the LORD and SAVIOR JESUS CHRIST, not the Lord of the Rings!
• Posted by: Julio Gomez
• Date: Monday, February 13, 2006, at 7:49 a.m.
• IP Address: 80.58.1.235.proxycache.rima-tde.net
• In Response to: Praise the LORD and SAVIOR JESUS CHRIST, not t... (Steve)

> I was really looking forward to spending an afternoon hopefully enjoying
> this movie. I had heard it was great! If I had it to do over again I would
> have saved my money. This movie obviously took a lot of work and I'm sure
> cost a ton of money but that doesn't always mean it is going to be any
> good. For one thing I don't know why whenever someone does a movie with
> knights and wizards that they feel they have to make the movie in that
> wierd "dark" color. I felt like I wanted to constantly adjust my
> color controls. A quick 3 hours? Hardly! There is about 30 minutes of
> actual action and the rest of the time there is either a shot of "the
> ring" or someone in a conversation about a bunch of nonsense... the
> kind of nonsense that disgraces the teachings of Jesus Christ.

Sir? Did you forget to take your medication?




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