I had a really good question for the day when I was coming in on the train but I didn’t bother to write it down because there was no way I would ever forget a question that good.
Unfortunately I forgot what the question was.
So….. do you like stuff?
Can we get keyboard cat to play him off?
One star Amazon reviews of classic movies, music and literature. Today we take a look at the Fellowship of the Rings (the movie, not the book):
I’m a big movie buff, I’ve seen Citizen Cane and I love Castleblanca, but I can not see why this film has gotten so much attention! It bills itself as a historical drama, but none of the history books I’ve looked through mentioned any great war or things like Hobbits or Elves. And talk about a long movie! They think we need another half an hour? …
I recomend Pearl Harbor, it’s a much more historically acurate and the love story is more believable.
Though the movie is better then the books, I would still rather go to the dentist then watch it again.
I can’t actually reveiw this cause I couldn’t stay awake through it.
The dreadful mismash could only be understood by Tolkien Twits. It is dark and vague and wanders around without any real thread of plot. This lengthy and slow tale is beautifully filmed but lacks any substance. If you have nothing but re-runs of Gilligan’s Island watch Gilligan. It will cost you brain cells but at least you will be entertained.
“The Fellowship of the Ring” was one of the longest and most tedious movies I’ve ever seen. I sat for three hours in a theater chair watching the most weird-looking creatures battling a bunch of other guys over and over. The Orcs, or whatever you call them, are really disgusting. There were too many names that got confusing. There was Aragorn, Sauron, Saurumon, Gondor, and half a million other names and places that got confusing. What a waste of three hours.
I havent read the books, and this movie was totally confusing. I guess its only good for people who have read the books… IN my opinion, it stunk!! You could not get into the movie, like you could in Harry Potter. I personally think that they should have made a movie on the Hobbit (i read the Hobbit)instead of the Lord of The Rings, because it would have been much more easier to understand by people who havent read the books… This was a major disapointment, and a waste of 3 hours…
Here’s another one. For those who haven’t read the post directly below this, I’m taking an answer from Yahoo! Answers and I need you to figure out what was the original question. Here is your clue:
I balled mine up and threw in the neighbor’s yard
Answers must be in the form of a question. Or at least put an interrobang at the end. (And don’t be a cheetah and use teh guggles.)
And the correct question was: