Deleted LOTR scene. You have my sword. And my bow. AND MY AXE. Thu T' that hum: ?, stun I rind Tr wmin you tum: PIL''? Fifth!‘ tun I 1: -an . Finn tun than twin LOTR
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Deleted LOTR scene

 
Deleted LOTR scene. You have my sword. And my bow. AND MY AXE. Thu T' that hum: ?, stun I rind Tr wmin you tum: PIL''? Fifth!‘ tun I 1: -an . Finn tun than twin

You have my sword. And my bow. AND MY AXE

Tags: LOTR
Thu T' that hum: ?, stun
I rind Tr wmin you tum: PIL''? Fifth!‘ tun I 1: -an . Finn tun than twin :
mitt: -t: ilia, Swim: tun '? 2' mum and was that '' aright GP, Fii std
I that the in that Shad: can In Film tram the stain cl Emmi: '?agiri',
turn Evan when the an wmm Elana may T?, are tutu .Titie. It hurt: an wry stung in wt
imagie. Lawton II in slamet by yrt%' t'.,' r any 'alh' h' iaito acute Mata Ttr. pissing um
hit Sillt. git to that Jtt! , ( tth" ' ,! In hm ti Garth heats: st. -at
1' ern ill!!! and to in I Dwarf Gm tun: Ct ,' I wry: Hum cling:
EM gnu tum tin: Tit: -It
lunar: Hut lit! remind [I' ll turtul El hill‘ Pr''?;" CB" than TOT SST uncut! in
I' ll! nu than dim tutu: ti tutu! this pit turn but his guru In Illa! . II' l I in rust at
In HI may
Jul: luck I mil TCT'. an {audit} but tum: Int pit' HI gut: l Hutu: tit: And
alt
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#76 to #65 - kingofthetrolls (09/08/2013) [-]
Nut a werd.
#140 - corsairjoshua (09/08/2013) [-]
Silmarillion content on the Front page??

The Noldor swell with pride
#146 to #140 - anon (09/08/2013) [-]
feanor is about to wreck morgoth's ****
User avatar #148 to #146 - corsairjoshua (09/08/2013) [-]
Cmon man!

That's Fingolfin, Feanor's half brother!

It's like you don't know your Noldorian family trees or something
User avatar #174 to #148 - ljxjlos ONLINE (09/08/2013) [-]
Kids don´t learn anything usefull in school anymore, it´s just sad.
User avatar #150 to #148 - lavitts (09/08/2013) [-]
In his defense, they're Noldorian family trees.
User avatar #153 to #146 - minorian (09/08/2013) [-]
Except that he got totally buttraped by an army of Balrogs.
#204 to #153 - silverlance (09/08/2013) [-]
Morgoth practically shat himself when Fingolfin challenged him
mad props for that
User avatar #206 to #204 - minorian (09/08/2013) [-]
He was probably the most powerful being in that Era, so I guess anyone would have shat themselves if Fingolfin challenged them.
User avatar #226 to #140 - pureevil (09/08/2013) [-]
Might one ask where to find stuff related to the Noldarians and the eras before the War of the Ring?
User avatar #234 to #226 - corsairjoshua (09/08/2013) [-]
It's all in the Silmarillion man. Every juicy bit of it
User avatar #235 to #234 - pureevil (09/08/2013) [-]
Cheers.
#4 - thebeerdude (09/07/2013) [-]
I love the complexity of LOTR - there are so many sides to everything and they are all so well thought through.

Lord of The Rings is nice.
#34 to #4 - mitchr (09/07/2013) [-]
If you've never heard about the origin, it's this:

J.R.R. Tolkien was a professor, right? Well, one of his biggest regrets was that he could never experience Celtic lore. The mythology of England was lost in the Nordic Invasion. So what he did was he replaced it. He created LOTR to replace the lost myths of his homeland.

The best part? The biggest flaw in Lord of the Rings is that for the most part, the characters are very flat and static. They don't really change too much over time. There are exceptions, yes, but for the most part.

Did Theseus ever fix his flaws? Did Hercules ever change? Legendary figures aren't very often dynamic characters. The only major flaw in Lord of the Rings WAS ON PURPOSE.

Tolkien is one badass ************ .
#169 to #34 - doubleac (09/08/2013) [-]
He also bled his own catholic heart into it which I think points to a lot of the virtues being more Christian than pagan or Celtic.
#166 to #34 - anon (09/08/2013) [-]
Norman not Nordic. Sorry couldn't help myself
User avatar #5 to #4 - kingofthetrolls (09/07/2013) [-]
What amazes me is that all of this, LOTR, The Hobbit, The Silmilarion (sorry if spelled wrong) was all created in the mind of one man. That's just amazing
#10 to #5 - phoenixactual (09/07/2013) [-]
Don't forget multiple fully formed languages that you can actually learn easier than klingon
#62 to #10 - angelusprimus (09/08/2013) [-]
Not fully formed. Only quenya is fully formed, as in it has fully developed grammar and basic vocabulary.
While Tolkien might have had rules for Sindarin in his head (or he might have been just using welsh, or winging it), he never wrote them down so grammatical rules for sindarin do not exist, and only few dozen words were written in it, mostly names and one poem.
The fact that they are not FULLY developed does not take away from how amazing the entire project was.
#64 to #62 - phoenixactual (09/08/2013) [-]
I tried to learn quenya, I just ended up not having time for it after a while, then horrifying breakup, and I gave up.
#35 - sidathon (09/07/2013) [-]
This is the most feely post I've seen these weeks, makes me really sad to see people of this world divided instead of being friends.
This is the most feely post I've seen these weeks, makes me really sad to see people of this world divided instead of being friends.
User avatar #137 - fuckberries (09/08/2013) [-]
Yes... but where are they taking the hobbits?!
User avatar #186 to #137 - captnnorway (09/08/2013) [-]
Legolas can see where they are taking the hobbits. But can he see why kids love the taste of cinnamon toast crunch?
#162 to #137 - zomitlu ONLINE (09/08/2013) [-]
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#178 - sacker (09/08/2013) [-]
I've posted this once before, but this will always be my absolute favourite.
User avatar #222 to #178 - sabaton (09/08/2013) [-]
dat resolution!
#63 - marcothespud (09/08/2013) [-]
This was a wonderful post to get to bed after, thanks OP!
User avatar #73 to #63 - kingofthetrolls (09/08/2013) [-]
No thank you, marcothespud!
#36 - lankyman (09/07/2013) [-]
Boromir -Extended Scene Two Towers Another great scene they deleted from the final release. Not only is it more of Sean Bean and his character, it just gives you so much juicy back story into the daddy issues Fara and Boromir had to endure, and the source of Boromir's behavior in the first movie. Plus its kinda cute seeing pretty well acted brotherly love.
User avatar #37 to #36 - pureevil (09/07/2013) [-]
That really should have been in the movie.
#38 to #37 - lankyman (09/07/2013) [-]
Well I can understand why they cut it out, it was a flashback just after Faramir tells Frodo that Boromir was his brother towards the end of Two Towers.

That clip not only reveals the antagonist Denethor, spoiling the excellent first scene with the character in Return of the King. It reveals Gondor soldiers, the Gondor theme, Gondor soldiers and Osgiliath, which they were going to in the next few scenes. The movies did a fantastic job seperating the story between Rohan and Gondor and the music, architecture and culture which defines them.

But yeah, it would be nice to have a flashback to show the audience that Boromir and Faramir were best bro's and that Boromir was honorable until his father pressured him to get the ring at all costs.

#40 to #38 - pureevil (09/07/2013) [-]
They could have replaced Denethor with a messenger of some sort, but yeah, seperating those two stories were a huge part of the movies. Or just have the flashback later, when Faramir had been in a coma or something, so you really could see how both Faramir and Boromir felt about Denethor.
They could have replaced Denethor with a messenger of some sort, but yeah, seperating those two stories were a huge part of the movies. Or just have the flashback later, when Faramir had been in a coma or something, so you really could see how both Faramir and Boromir felt about Denethor.
#42 to #40 - lankyman (09/07/2013) [-]
Well, there's plenty of juicy scenes were the familial tensions are present. Maybe separate the flashback into Denethor egging on Boromir and FaraBoro downing foam and slyly insert them in separate parts of the movie as tiny flashbacks or flights of Faramir's and Denethor's fantasy.

I guess that's the magic of the Extended Editions and Special Edition DVD's, just dump all the great ideas after the release. Works for me.
User avatar #43 to #42 - pureevil (09/07/2013) [-]
Yeah, I need to get myself the Special Edition.
#44 to #43 - lankyman (09/07/2013) [-]
You do that

do that for me
User avatar #41 to #40 - pureevil (09/07/2013) [-]
was in a coma. Hurr durr.
#67 to #36 - abdullahmag (09/08/2013) [-]
**** yeah, i...ehm..."borrowed" the full 3 movies, and this scene was in it, i suspect they're all extended editions.
#126 - warrior (09/08/2013) [-]
I love the bromance gimli and legolas develop as they got along during the trilogy.
#46 - etherlord (09/07/2013) [-]
That feel when the first time you watched it was with the special extended edition and you didn't know any of the scenes the people on this content are talking about were deleted.
#195 - datgermanguy (09/08/2013) [-]
I'm just going to leave this here.
I'm just going to leave this here.
#155 - jwpro (09/08/2013) [-]
Thu T' that hum: ?, stun
I rind Tr wmin you tum: PIL''? Fifth!‘ tun I 1: -an . Finn tun than twin :
mitt: -t: ilia, Swim: tun '? 2' mum and was that '' aright GP, Fii std
I that the in that Shad: can In Film tram the stain cl Emmi: '?agiri',
turn Evan when the an wmm Elana may T?, are tutu .Titie. It hurt: an wry stung in wt
imagie. Lawton II in slamet by yrt%' t'.,' r any 'alh' h' iaito acute Mata Ttr. pissing um
hit Sillt. git to that Jtt! , ( tth" ' ,! In hm ti Garth heats: st. -at
1' ern ill!!! and to in I Dwarf Gm tun: Ct ,' I wry: Hum cling:
EM gnu tum tin: Tit: -It
lunar: Hut lit! remind [I' ll turtul El hill‘ Pr''?;" CB" than TOT SST uncut! in
I' ll! nu than dim tutu: ti tutu! this pit turn but his guru In Illa! . II' l I in rust at
In HI may
Jul: luck I mil TCT'. an {audit} but tum: Int pit' HI gut: l Hutu: tit: And
alt

WTF IS THIS?!?!?!?
#122 - ariakon (09/08/2013) [-]
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User avatar #130 to #124 - ariakon (09/08/2013) [-]
Damn that text is small. I guess here it is if for some ungodly reason you don't know the scene:
>"Never thought I'd die fighting side-by-side with an Elf..."
>"What about side-by-side with a friend?"
>"Aye, I can do that..."

#6 - Greekkenyan (09/07/2013) [-]
I think I'm the only one here not to have seen the LOTR movies...
I think I'm the only one here not to have seen the LOTR movies...
User avatar #161 to #6 - crazyhindu (09/08/2013) [-]
Dude I'm in the same boat, I havent gotten around to it yet I just act like i get the references and **** .
#170 to #6 - europe (09/08/2013) [-]
Read the books too
They're lovely
#183 to #6 - anon (09/08/2013) [-]
You are not missing anything.
I saw the movies in the theatre. Nothing special, made me even yawn (the ending in the final movie especially).
I have read the book hobbit and that I recoomend to read. (Will not see hobbit movies after disliking lotr films.)

User avatar #201 to #6 - ghettograndpa (09/08/2013) [-]
You aren't

I also haven't seen Star Wars

Why? Because I haven't had the time/opportunity for it

But if someone could link me to the movies yeah I might even watch them
#205 to #6 - lasmamoe (09/08/2013) [-]
Drop everything you're doing right now, and watch LoTR.
I'm not exaggerating when i say that it's the greatest movie trilogy ever made.
#214 to #6 - awesomesaucetime (09/08/2013) [-]
HERETIC! FOOL! redeem yourself and watch them NOW!
#31 to #6 - anon (09/07/2013) [-]
Read the books, you won't regret it
User avatar #33 to #31 - mitchr (09/07/2013) [-]
Why not both?
User avatar #82 to #31 - mintea (09/08/2013) [-]
Just an opinion:
I actually didn't like the books. I loved the movies, but could not read the books. (I am only talking about Fellowship and The Hobbit, no idea about any other Tolkien books.)
I bought the lotr trilogy and the hobbit, and forced my way through the hobbit, hating it. I then forced my way through half of fellowship, and gave up.
The reasons being that it just seemed tediously boring to me, the writing just did not seem engaging, and for the most part nothing was happening. I just didn't like it at all.

So no, I did regret it, actually.
(Films are great though.)
User avatar #154 to #82 - bloodflowers (09/08/2013) [-]
I hate to agree with you but I do. Tolkien created the most ******* amazing universe that ever existed but what Peter Jackson added to the story was great. I almost exclusively prefer books but in this case I thought character development was kind of lacking. I gave up on the books when Merry and Pippin were talking to Treebeard and he just kind of had the self realization to **** **** up and it had nothing to do with Merry and Pippin being there, he already knew what Saruman was doing to the trees. In the movie Peter Jackson had the idea to show insignificant little people making a huge difference by deceiving Treebeard to show him the truth.

I also didn't like Frodo's departure at the end of Fellowship. Aragorn never got to prove his strength as potential king by refusing the ring and telling Frodo that he would have gone with him to the end. Also with his departure Movie Sam shows his commitment by displaying that he would either follow Frodo to probable doom or drown himself. Book Sam told Book Frodo that "im going with you"
"no you're not"
"yes I am"
"no you're not"
"yes I am"
" **** it, fine you can come"

TLDR: I rant like a pussy bitch
User avatar #196 to #154 - mintea (09/08/2013) [-]
Agreed.
I think the last straw for me about fellowship was when Frodo is stabbed and about to turn into a wraith. In the film, it's great, and in the book it's just so anticlimactic.
He's stabbed, then he's alright and it drags on and on with tiny parts about him being a bit different.
And that was supposed to be the end of book 1 (2 books in fellowship) and instead of hanging on this big cliffhanger of Frodo being stabbed or him about to turn into a wraith, it just ends as they're going to the elf place (I can't remember too well, I may have some parts wrong.)
User avatar #211 to #31 - muhammedthejew (09/08/2013) [-]
I tried to read them all a few years ago but i couldn't do it, i finished the first and second one but not the third, i don't think you should read those books when you are thirteen.
I have read them all now and i can't say i regret it.
#233 to #6 - start (09/08/2013) [-]
Refer to name.
#25 to #6 - boblywop (09/07/2013) [-]
You really should. Of course, if you don't want to then that's your choice. Still, I can't recommend it enough
#88 to #6 - rdibp (09/08/2013) [-]
Well, you're missing out.
That's supposed to be Bilbo Baggins
User avatar #118 to #6 - cycloberrick (09/08/2013) [-]
this makes me so sad that im... sad.

watch the movies you jackwagon ************
User avatar #58 to #6 - torchrose (09/07/2013) [-]
I haven't seen them either
User avatar #80 to #58 - arialynx (09/08/2013) [-]
Same here.
User avatar #177 to #6 - daentraya (09/08/2013) [-]
I dare say that the movies were better than the books. You may get more depth and information from the books, but the movie is just splendid. Its my all time favorite movie
#117 to #6 - shanealexander (09/08/2013) [-]
I haven't seen lord of the rings or any star wars. no i am not 12
User avatar #81 to #6 - messerauditore (09/08/2013) [-]
i havent seen them, mainly because i want to see the extended versions or whatever, but i just dont have the time. Kind of a go big or go home kind of outlook i guess.
#215 to #6 - anon (09/08/2013) [-]
They are considered to some of the best movies ever made
User avatar #7 to #6 - kingofthetrolls (09/07/2013) [-]
I can't force you to watch them but I highly recommend it, because honestly they're amazing movies
User avatar #114 to #7 - flambenobunaga (09/08/2013) [-]
Amazing doesn't even describe it.
User avatar #60 to #7 - bigblacknegro ONLINE (09/08/2013) [-]
you're right. i mean, doctor who or the walking dead are not for everybody, but everyone should've seen the LotR series.
the hobbit is also nice.
User avatar #149 to #7 - hokeymon (09/08/2013) [-]
Great movies. Watched the entire triology in one go and my brain exploded.
#223 to #7 - Dagoron (09/08/2013) [-]
Why the 			****		 can't you? Back track his IP address, find his house, go to his house, punch him in the face, sit him down in a chair and bound him with duct tape (also tape his eyeballs open), and start the 			*******		 film.   
   
He will be crying. But don't worry as they will be tears of joy for seeing such an amazing piece of cinematic beauty and tears of relief for finally finding what could fill the hole he had in his heart/soul.........
Why the **** can't you? Back track his IP address, find his house, go to his house, punch him in the face, sit him down in a chair and bound him with duct tape (also tape his eyeballs open), and start the ******* film.

He will be crying. But don't worry as they will be tears of joy for seeing such an amazing piece of cinematic beauty and tears of relief for finally finding what could fill the hole he had in his heart/soul.........
User avatar #224 to #223 - kingofthetrolls (09/08/2013) [-]
Well I can't force him because that would be like movie rape
#225 to #224 - Dagoron (09/08/2013) [-]
Totally worth it..........
#220 - adolfsatan (09/08/2013) [-]
Dwarves are best race.
User avatar #86 - HailtotheKing (09/08/2013) [-]
I really do love Gimli in these movies. I haven't read the books but from what I've seen on screen he's by far my favorite character. He's tough, he's brave, he does what needs to be done and doesn't question it. Granted he isn't the brightest but he still shows ineptitude in fights and knows his way around a conversation. He knows he's at a disadvantage and a lot of the world looks down upon dwarves but he doesn't care, he accepts it and shows his strength in the battlefield. They turned him into a comic relief character in the last of the trilogy but his character still shows through in the first two.
#91 to #86 - catchlatch (09/08/2013) [-]
I don't mean to be mean, however ineptitude means lacking of skill, or incompetence. Maybe you meant aptitude? or expertise?
User avatar #94 to #91 - HailtotheKing (09/08/2013) [-]
Aptitude, that was the word I was looking for. Thanks. Must has just mixed them up in my mind.
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