Should the Hobbit be made into a film?

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(Original post by Mr White)
Yes, there is that. It's a shame that Ian Holm isn't returning as Bilbo - he played it well in LoTR.
I thought the films were well casted overall
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childesh? its far from childish my friend, im fourteen an excellent reader, and i can barely get through it!

and if thats your opinion thats fine, i dont like the books either
My friend, it's really childish, try to read Faulkner's The sound and the fury. That's hard ...
Borges's El Aleph

JUST ADDING : I've read Lord of the Rings in one week...
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And I forgot Friedrich Nietzsche who is amazing.
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Charles Bukowski is great also.
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And I forgot Friedrich Nietzsche who is amazing.
That which does not kill me can only make me stronger!

(You do know that Nietzsche spent the last years of his life in a mental institution, right?)
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That which does not kill me can only make me stronger!

(You do know that Nietzsche spent the last years of his life in a mental institution, right?)
Yes, he had a 'little' problem as her father hehe, incredible headaches.

ADDING : By the way, Tolkien were gay.
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Yes, he had a 'little' problem as her father hehe, incredible headaches.
Still, only in the madness of his own mind could he produce some of the most valid reasoning in the history of metaphysics...
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Still, only in the madness of his own mind could he produce some of the most valid reasoning in the history of metaphysics...
On the Genealogy of Morality it's one the best books that I've ever read.
He wrote his best before going totally sick.
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On the Genealogy of Morality it's one the best books that I've ever read.
He wrote his best before going totally sick.
Clearly, exploring such concepts in his life was the cause of his insanity. It is said that, when Descartes was formulating the idea for "Cogito ergo sum", he nearly drove himself to madness by questioning his own existence at the very deepest level.
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Clearly, exploring such concepts in his life was the cause of his insanity. It is said that, when Descartes was formulating the idea for "Cogito ergo sum", he nearly drove himself to madness by questioning his own existence at the very deepest level.
He had an inherited disease from his father, terrible headaches.
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