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|The Lord of the Rings The Two Towers|
Actors: Elijah Wood, Ian McKellen, Sean Astin, Orlando Bloom
Director: Peter Jackson
Genres: Action & Adventure, Science Fiction & Fantasy
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This is the same OLD THEATRICAL EDITION ONLY NONSENSE. GIVE
C. Artman | currently: San Francisco, Pittsburgh, and Philly ( | 08/19/2010
(1 out of 5 stars)
"This is the same OLD THEATRICAL EDITION ONLY NONSENSE. GIVE US SEAMLESS BRANCHING WITH EXTENDED EDITION TO MAKE EVERYONE HAPPY! They have the technology for many years now to use seamless branching to release THEATRICAL AND EXTENDED CUTS of these movies to make everyone happy. To release only the theatrical cuts is just pathetic milking attempt. I purchased the extended versions on DVD and will not purchase any Lord of the RINGS BLU RAY until teh EXTENDED VERSIONS are available. SEAMLESS BRANCHING WAS INVENTED MANY YEARS AGO, YOUR A BUNCH OF IDIOTS and COMMUNITY COLLEGE DROPOUT MARKETING DEPARTMENT. Go eat seome TACO BELL and McDonald's while your at it!"
The Lord of the Rings - The Two Towers (Full Screen Edition)
Arnita D. Brown | USA | 02/12/2010
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Sauron's forces increase. His allies grow. The Ringwraiths return in an even more frightening form. Saruman's army of Uruk Hai is ready to launch an assault against Aragorn and the people of Rohan. Yet, the Fellowship is broken and Boromir is dead. For the little hope that is left, Frodo and Sam march on into Mordor, unprotected. A number of new allies join with Aragorn, Gimli, Legolas, Pippin and Merry. And they must defend Rohan and attack Isengard. Yet, while all this is going on, Sauron's troops mass toward the City of Gondor, for the War of the Ring is about to begin. The battle sequence alone represents successful movie making in its highest form. The choreography of the battle, the visual effects, the pacing, acting, cinematography, and music, all work together in perfection to achieve grand movie making which is as entertaining and enjoyable as a movie can be. For this very reason, no one, whether a fan of Fellowship or not, should miss The Two Towers.