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View Poll Results: What was the better trilogy?
The Matrix 7 33.33%
The Lord of the Rings 14 66.67%
I haven't seen either. 0 0%
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Old 08-12-2005, 02:46 PM   #31 (permalink)
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thats amazing,i meant the films though!and the people that research the films!for websites that people like you and i and many others trawl for odd little snppets of information.not the presentation!
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thats amazing,i meant the films though!and the people that research the films!for websites that people like you and i and many others trawl for odd little snppets of information.not the presentation!
Yeah, there's so much behind every scene, every single shot.
But nevertheless: LotR is the better one (Although Hugo Weaving, "Elrond" from LotR, played "Agent Smith" in Matrix).
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good connection.i love it when like,little glances are a reference to xyz or whatever.they mean so much in such an 'insignificant' moment.thats good directoring.i voted lotr,but the film would have never been made if it wasnt fo jrr.tolkien
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good connection.i love it when like,little glances are a reference to xyz or whatever.they mean so much in such an 'insignificant' moment.thats good directoring.i voted lotr,but the film would have never been made if it wasnt fo jrr.tolkien
Yes, I love him. And, of course, the books are so much better than the movies, but... The films couldn't been done any better and I thank Peter Jackson for his beautiful work, his masterpiece. Everything bout the movies is just perfect: Every single actor, the beautiful landscape, the scenery...
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as soon as i found out the locations for the films,i was set to pack my spotted handkerchief on a stick and fly away to new zealand.i cant wait for kingkong.i think he will do it kind of like 1940s and really classic and untacky,or do something utterly new and totally revouloutionary.
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as soon as i found out the locations for the films,i was set to pack my spotted handkerchief on a stick and fly away to new zealand.i cant wait for kingkong.i think he will do it kind of like 1940s and really classic and untacky,or do something utterly new and totally revouloutionary.
Yeah, exactly the same with me. I dream to go to NZ after school (which means in another year)... That would be perfect. All these different landscapes: Snow, beach, veld and green forests... Incredible country.
Yeah, he's an awesome director, he proved so much sensitivity with the topic of LotR, I mean there was nobody before who dared to picturize it (except this horrible trick film. The movie company deserved to go broke!).
King Kong's got to be amazing, I'm pretty sure.
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my da was telling me bout some awfull 70s cartoon version of lotr!the people should be killed
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Indeed. It's horrible
But just as I said: Fortunately the company went broke.
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Oh yes. We talked bout that in school for more than three months.
And it's true: The names ("Neo" is an anagram for the "One", btw), the dialogues, the objects, the colours, the score... I heard at least 12 presentations bout that topic. I could show you mine...
I think its more acurrate to say that The Matrix is not so much based on The Bible Specifically, but more a composite of various archetypical and mythological themes from various world religions and belief structures including Judaism and Christianity.
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I think its more acurrate to say that The Matrix is not so much based on The Bible Specifically, but more a composite of various archetypical and mythological themes from various world religions and belief structures including Judaism and Christianity.
Yes, that's true, but the majority of parallels is from the bible. So that means Jewry and Christianity.
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