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Just brought it today. what did you think of it (those of you that have got it)
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Just brought it today. what did you think of it (those of you that have got it)
It's on order (Hurry up Amazon!)

Am eagerly anticipating it's arrival.
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It seems like a lot of money to waste - just for another 1/2 hour of footage that had been deemed 'not good enough' to be shown in cinemas, anyway.
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It's on order (Hurry up Amazon!)

Am eagerly anticipating it's arrival.
you should use play.com, they are cheaper than amazon, and P&P is free, and they send it to you in like 2 days.
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It seems like a lot of money to waste - just for another 1/2 hour of footage that had been deemed 'not good enough' to be shown in cinemas, anyway.
no way man! the fellowship 4 disc version was EXCELLENT. All of the extras were actually good and interesting, instead of the usual stuff that u never watch (except 4 maybe the pic galleries).

Still waiting 4 play.com 2 deliver. Shoulg arrive 2moro :-)
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It seems like a lot of money to waste - just for another 1/2 hour of footage that had been deemed 'not good enough' to be shown in cinemas, anyway.
The reason it wasn't show in cinemas is because the film is way too long as it is, not because it is bad footage.
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you should use play.com, they are cheaper than amazon, and P&P is free, and they send it to you in like 2 days.
My sister was making a massive order of stuff so just tacked it on the end, it's free p&p anyway (over £25).

But yes, I have recently discovered play.com, and found to a mix of frustration and glee that it cells anime £5 cheaper than I've been buying/planned to buy at. Hurray!
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It seems like a lot of money to waste - just for another 1/2 hour of footage that had been deemed 'not good enough' to be shown in cinemas, anyway.
achully there is 40 minutes extra and when you add in the appendicies dvds, you get like 6 hours of how they made it.
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The reason it wasn't show in cinemas is because the film is way too long as it is, not because it is bad footage.
Have you heard that all of Christopher Lee's scenes in the Return of the King have been edited out?
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Just brought it today. what did you think of it (those of you that have got it)

It annoys me as to why the can't release the extended version instead of the original release :mad:

I bought the original of the two tower and fellowship because I couldn't wait long enough till the extended come out.
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Have you heard that all of Christopher Lee's scenes in the Return of the King have been edited out?
yeah, ive heard that. why did they do it?
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kinda off-topic
but i heard they were showing the extended versions in cinemas in the run up 2 dec 17th. Is that just in america or do we get it as well?
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yeah, ive heard that. why did they do it?
The film was too long - it was over 4.5 hours.
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It annoys me as to why the can't release the extended version instead of the original release :mad:

I bought the original of the two tower and fellowship because I couldn't wait long enough till the extended come out.
Exactly. To make more money.


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Have you heard that all of Christopher Lee's scenes in the Return of the King have been edited out?
Yes, it seems very odd. How can they wrap it up without any show of him (?), he was quite a major part.
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The film was too long - it was over 4.5 hours.
A nice lot of extras to pay for next year then.

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Apparently a local cinema might be doing run throughs of the entire trilogy. Sounds good, it'd be a long day though.
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Apparently a local cinema might be doing run throughs of the entire trilogy. Sounds good, it'd be a long day though.
Sounds like a nice way to waste a Saturday.
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I am gonig to get it from splash dvd - normally £25 but only £20 if you buy in the next 3 days or so using their voucher - try finding it cheaper
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Sounds like a nice way to waste a Saturday.
I have nout better to do.
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I have nout better to do.
Touche. Better than watching the Matrix, at least (drivel...).
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Sounds like a nice way to waste a Saturday.
Yea i would be a nice day if they have intermissions. You could drop acid and smoke a few Js beforehand and then go out out the intermissions and smoke another J try watching golem stoned and tripping it freaks the **** out of ya. Good fun
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