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Re: Here you go
• Posted by: nate   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Friday, May 21, 2004, at 4:21 p.m.
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• In Response to: Here you go (gkgyver)

ya i agree with acehit. this movie was the least desevering of an academy award out of the three and somehow its the one that got it. i disagree with acehits point about the msuic i thought it was good but the film does not do the book justice. Here was my order for my favorites for the books ROTK, TT, fellowship and for the movies Fellowship ,TT and ROTK. the ghost part was very cheesey and the ghost looks like they were scanned in from Pirates of the Caribbean plus thats not how it happened in the book ( and yes i know all about dramatic liscence). im not saying RoTk was bad but it was a let down. it carried on for far to long if they were going to carry it on that long they mite as well have shown the Scorning of the Shire to add a bit of excitment. Now somebody said that Acehit didnt understand or appreciate all the work that goes into cinema...again i disagree i think he does otherwise he wouldnt have written a review to tell us how he felt so lay off. it doesnt matter if u have 10s of thousands of people werking on a film just bcuz people worked hard making a movie doesnt mean its good, if it does mean that then id be watching waterworld right now....but im not cuz it sucked.

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