The Lord of the Rings: The Motion Picture Trilogy (Extended Edition) [Blu-ray] [2001]

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The Lord of the Rings: The Motion Picture Trilogy (Extended Edition) [Blu-ray] [2001]

The Lord of the Rings: The Motion Picture Trilogy (Extended Edition) [Blu-ray] [2001]

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where everyone talks about the relief of having finished, the premieres, and (briefly) what's to come.

Unfortunately Duncan developed terminal cancer, but he provided the inspiration for the Oscar-winning song "Into the West. Frodo Baggins, despite being the obvious focal point of the story, isn't all that fleshed out, and he certainly isn't as prominent or in the middle of danger to the same degree he finds himself with each concurrent entry in the saga. Its sturdy gold and onyx outer box -- adorned with an image of the One Ring on the front and a simple rune on the back -- is slightly oversized, but no so much that it will cause any problems for cinephiles with limited shelf space.For the area entitled “Visual Effects”, there's a section for the miniature work, with the featurette titled “Big-atures” (22 min.

Similarly the effects here, however pioneering, are still almost a decade old – and they’re never going to all look perfect and seamless. There are several actions that could trigger this block including submitting a certain word or phrase, a SQL command or malformed data. This film doesn't play the heroes as longtime friends (and really, on a journey this massive, one would have to become friends, or the path would be too insufferable), as they quarrel and bicker on occasion.

The "House of Healing" sequence is only marginally longer and is conveyed non-verbally, while future lovers Eowyn's (Miranda Otto) and Faramir's (David Wenham) extended courtship amounts to more shots of the couple making googly eyes at each other. Well, I’d really like to say that it is, but the cynic in me nags away with the nightmarish threat of a further Blu-ray release – timed to coincide with Christmas 2012’s release of the first Hobbit prequel. The epic scale is incomparible and the sheer beauty of these films is so unique and awe inspiring that they should be considered as the highest standard, the ten out of ten, the top dog of epic films. Also in this section is a still gallery for Abandoned Concepts, featuring the talked about Slime Balrog.

focuses on Howard Shore (who won an Academy Award for his score), and the songs that come into play in the theatrical and extended edition. if you include the additional credit sequence (which consists of the names of the Lord of the Rings fan-club members who ponied up the dough to get their names in the credits). The end result here pays off in dividends, with solid blacks, rich and vibrant tones and excellent detail throughout. the digital work is given its due, from the work done on Treebeard to the extensive programming done to create digital characters that have their own A. The Lord of the Rings: Special Extended Edition is a version of Peter Jackson's Lord of the Rings film trilogy.More worryingly are early reports that the recent Jackson-approved theatrical re-release of the extended cuts in US cinemas have had no such green-colour-tinkering – and that Jackson himself stated that this would be exactly how the Blu-ray versions would look too (which, by all accounts, it isn’t).



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