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RE: Christmas Day NOW Movies

I really enjoyed the first and last one... the middle movie seemed to be
lacking.... not sure why, but was not as impressed.


> While I have very much enjoyed the theatre releases, I think the
> director's cuts are the better movies - there is so much depth even to
> movie story (which is simpler than the books) that needs additional
> explanation.  For example (I don't think this is a spoiler!), in the
> Towers after Aragorn gets dragged over the cliff, a horse finds him,
> him up and takes him to Helms Deep.  This is not from the book, so
> familiar with Tolkien's work doesn't help.  The scene really doesn't
> sense, but in the extended version an earlier scene shows Aragorn
> befriending this horse.  So at least we have a reason for the horse to
> rescue him.
> We saw the Return of the King a couple days ago and I really enjoyed
> All three parts are long, but worth it.  Great story.
> Libby

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