Discussion in 'Star Wars And Film Music' started by Sithman, Jan 16, 2002.
I WANT IT!
\\tears drip into grog\\
*sniff* Salty grog makes bartender cry.
Patience, bartender, for the Jedi it is time to eat as well...
wait, wrong movie...
You're gonna have a fun Christmas day, Sithy!
**orders an unsalty grog
Yeah Gandalf is definately my favorite character from LOTR... TTT just made that stronger. What an amazing performance from Ian McKellan.
^*hums Isengard Unleashed*
Saw TTT last night for the third time
2 more to come
my best friend absolutely loved it
I think he fell in love with the Winged Nightmares the moment he saw them
Oh and Ken, sorry for ruining your thunder
but there is a German saying
"Wer zu spÃ¤t kommt, den bestraft das Leben"
"He who comes to late gets punished by life" or something like this
What a catchy saying!
In America, we also have a saying:
"Shut the heck up!"
or something like that....
I already knew that saying
Shut the heck up!
Ha ha ha... I want to use "Shut the heck up!" during a serious argument / debate / bar fight now, and see what happens...
Rick McCallum loves you!
Bar fight? In Teh Tavern?
I don't think so...
Hey everyone how goes all. (gets all the xmas fixings ready for tomarrow)
I hope everyone is hungry I have a good meal planed for tomarrow. (starts to set up tables with red and green table cloths and silverware)
Whats everyone doing this holiday season, I am going to stay with grandma and the family is coming over here. I can not believe that xmas is only two days away. wow time flies so fast. I just saw two towers for the first time on saturday. OOOOHHHHH MAN WAS THAT KOOL. that movie rocked. I really want to see it again this week.
well gota get back to workin. Sithy a cold frosty choco-grog please. (Runs back into the kitchen working on the chow)
Oh and gandalf does rock. I would have to agree that he is my favorite character as well.
Well, I'm off for a matinee encore of TTT.
Except this time, I'll have to pay for it.
Awesome Ken, I'm goin' today too! I leave in.... \\look at clock, counts on fingers\\ ... 2 hours and 15 minutes!
You know what shot I love?
As the "warg battle" starts, Legolas on the top of the ridge all by himself, slow motion, Uruk-Hai Theme blaring, mowing down the wargs.... Y&*()^)*(#_(&@#*(&% GO LEGOLAS YOU BAD MOTHERFRECKLED ELVE!!
Sorry, I really like that shot.
I was going to go watch TTT on an "Ultrascreen" (new, extra-large screen, THX sound) today.
Well, as it turns out, both the 2:00 & 6:00 shows were sold out several hours in advance! I could have gone to a regular screening....but I decided to run some errands instead and go later this week when it's not so busy.
The traffic was crazy mad this afternoon (but of course I, of all people, should know better ). I think I'll buy my ticket online like I did for the midnight AOTC.
Hello everybody,Since youre talking aobut LOTR I guess Ill ask a question about it.I am not a huge LOTR fan but I saw FOTR and enjoyed it very much.I am not sure if I want to see TTT because I might want to read the books.What do you fellows reccommend?Should I read the book first or see the movie?
**orders two grogs, slides one to Blast**
OK, here's my two cents: I'd say if you enjoyed FOTR, then see TTT in a theater. It's a fantastic movie, no matter if you read the books or not.
I had not read LOTR prior to seeing FOTR last year. I had purchsed them the year before, but it's a lot of reading, so I put it off. Then I read The Hobbit before I saw FOTR. That was good, because I had some of the background of the story and knew a few of the characters. I'm just finishing reading FOTR, then I'll begin TTT over vacation here.
BTW, stri, Happy Eddie Vedder birthday!
**plays [i]Given To Fly[/i]**
Alright thanks for your 2 cents
Heya and welcome!
*orders everyone some chicken wings*
You know what I saw tonight
for the first time
"Gone with the wind"
I actually liked it ?
I watched Gone With The Wind for the first time this summer. While I didn't dislike it, and I can see what a marvelous film it was for 1939, I can't say I was really taken with it. For a 1939 film, I'll go with The Wizard Of Oz.
I'm sure I saw Wizard of Oz, but that was very very long ago.
But yes, Gone with the wind is a great film for 39er.
And that from somebody who doesn't know half of the best movies and likes many movies others can't stand watching one time.
and... funny, I thought I would have gotten yelled at for not knowing Gonw with the wind
TLJ, I bet a lot of folks haven't seen GWTW. I think I've seen most of the films that most critics list as the "greatest of all time". Of those "critics' favorites", I like Casablanca and The Godfather the best.
What a nice relaxing evening! All my gift wrapping is finished, I've got a fire going, candles lit... enjoying a nice shrimp dinner (with grog )...
**plays Boston Pops Christmas music - Sleigh Ride at the moment**
soon I'll settle down for some LOTR reading.
"Of those "critics' favorites", I like Casablanca and The Godfather the best."
Didn't see them.
It's 3:15am on the 24th and I read YJCC. "Tomorrow" I will.... well, I think I will read even more YJCC. All my friends will have things to do and my parents are off to work. I'll watch the second part of the third audio-commentary of FotR, I think.
******* **** **** ***** ******* *****!!!!11!!
OKAY?? IF YOU MAKE FUN OF MOVIES YOU'RE AT, I HOPE YOU BURN TO DEATH AND SURVIVE LONG ENOUGH TO FEEL EVERY SINGLE CELL ON YOUR SKIN TURN INTO SMOKE!!!
**** ********* *******!!!!
Actually I tend to do that very often, especially with my best friend, who is even worse.
Okay, of course not audible to others.
Sorry, Sithy, that sounds relly bad.
Coplete Idiots right next to you? Behind you?