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Return of the King Extended- AGAIN. :wink: I love the movie! AND the book even more, mind you. 8-[

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Return of the King Extended- AGAIN. :wink: I love the movie! AND the book even more, mind you. 8-[


Really thats weird. I bet the book written using block cipher does a better job in keeping you awake.


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Return of the King Extended- AGAIN. :wink: I love the movie! AND the book even more, mind you. 8-[


Really thats weird. I bet the book written using block cipher does a better job in keeping you awake.


You really hate lotr don't you. :P I don't understand why... Yes, LotR is the ONLY book that can be in block cipher that actually interests me a great deal. Well, Lord of the Flies was ok I guess.. But LOTR RULES!!!! Take it from a hobbit.

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The last movie I saw in theaters is the Return of the King. And I want to keep it that way for a while- for a few more months, at the least.

The last movie I watched at home is the extended version of he Return of the King. ;)


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Yah know, it's really sad when you can count that amout of movies that you've seen in theatres on one hand. That pretty much sums up my life. I've seen Pocahantas, Finding Nemo, The Passion of the Christ, The Incredibles and....uh...uh...I don't think there's any more. Kinda sad.

The last movie I've seen on our infinitesimally small television screen (About 12" across) was...Alfred Hitchcock's Rear Window. (Which was really good, btw.) I'm always boggled when people say that they got a huge 10' flat screen or something...why spend all that money on something that wastes you time? Why not invest in something better like buying your car-less daughter a car? :D


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Yah know, it's really sad when you can count that amout of movies that you've seen in theatres on one hand. That pretty much sums up my life. I've seen Pocahantas, Finding Nemo, The Passion of the Christ, The Incredibles and....uh...uh...I don't think there's any more. Kinda sad.


You think that is sad? Get this: I've never been to the movies.


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You're not the only one, Frank. The only movies I've ever watched in theaters are the Two Towers and the Return of the King. I'm glad I got to watch those particular ones at the theater, though- LOTR on the big screen is quite different from LOTR on your TV or computer screen.

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You're not the only one, Frank. The only movies I've ever watched in theaters are the Two Towers and the Return of the King. I'm glad I got to watch those particular ones at the theater, though- LOTR on the big screen is quite different from LOTR on your TV or computer screen.

I can not imagine seeing ROTK on a huge screen. I was an emotional wreck just watching them on our little 12-inch one here! (I like to watch happy films on screen.)

Oh! Just remembered! The last movie that I saw in theatres was Robots...on IMAX. A little overwhelming. :-s


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