MonSTeR No big eyes! No magic powers! No giant robots!
I nodded off in the second one !!! Maybe I'll manage to stay awake in the finale ?
Uh huh except in the cinema I was in, loads of people started clapping, EVERY single time. It was like God's sake shut up already.
And the multiple finales: know when to call it a day already! Each time the next false end kicked in, the cinema resounded with a collective groan.
Why was he crying?
The film was so good even my dad was crying!
Films with talking in?! Heaven forbid!!! Bring back silent movies that's what I say!
I also kinda felt that everything before the Intermission was completely pointless, 'cause all that happened was a load of talking.
I'm not sure about that, but when the 'Intermission' sign came up, it felt like nothing had even happened yet. Sorry, I am not really a big lotr fan, I realise that on here I will probably get lynched for my opinions but oh well I'll just shut up now.
You don't think that all that dialogue was essential to the story then?
Exactly what I was trying to say!
I agree about the waffle. It's nothing to do with all dialogue is bad (two of my favourite films, All the President's Men and Conspiracy, are nothing but!), but dialogue should be taut and have a point, and if not, ala Pulp Fiction, be so entertaining it doesn't matter. This was neither, and at times all the "stone of ugthone by the light of zenta" codswallop was a gasp away from D&D. Thankfully there wasn't that much of it, and it died away after a while.