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Article by kelseyjayne25 posted 11 months ago
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Bilbo "he who treasures things"
Frodo "wise"
Gandalf "brave warrier"
Radagast "happy surprise"
Thorin "sharp"
Aragon "wandering man"
Arwen "bird of light"
Boromir "humble warrier"
Farramir "poor traveller"
Eowyn "welcome victory"
Galadriel "she who is lucky and beautiful"
Gimli "twice brave"
Legolas "young founder"
Smeagal "flat and birdish"
Saruman "gardener" (haha)
Sauron "talks to kings"

Aragon & Arwen:
Arnen, Wengon, Elrond, and Fremor ... all sons

Samwise and Rosie:
Frodo and Gantrav, sons
Sassie, daughter

Farramir & Eowyn:
Theodin (after her father)
Boromir (after his brother)
Wynf, son
Emira and Rohanna, daughters

Article by 3xZ posted over a year ago
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Gollum performs his own special arrangement of "Let It Go" from the Disney film 'Frozen' - LYRICS below in description.

Performed by: Tyler Michael Jonsson
"The American Gollum"

Contributions to the revised lyrics by: James Michael Spahn


[b]Nasty Elf bread takes flight down the mountain tonight
Now just crumbses to be seen
A kingdom of isolation
And fat hobbit is the Queen

Our belly's growling like this swirling storm inside
Couldn't keep him thin, Precious knows you tried

Don't let him in, don't let him see
Fat Hobbit, so nasty and tricksy
Revealed, he steals, we didn't know
Well now we know

Let him know, let him know
He can't hold us back anymore
Let him go, let him go
Turn him away from Mordor
Opinion by matchesrulezu posted over a year ago
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The title can be misleading, but I couldn't think of another title. lol. I'm not doing an in-depth writing of the contrasts between the books and movies. Not yet, at least.

I just wanted to know if I was the only one that thinks they did it a little backwards. Last I heard, they were looking to turn The Hobbit into a three-part movie series. A trilogy like The Lord of the Rings. But if you've read the books, you would know that The Hobbit should have been one movie, maybe two, and that each of the LotR books should have been made into three movies.

The Hobbit is actually a short book and while I do like the movie (I'm looking forward to the next one), I am a little disappointed that they created a plot for the sake of drama that wasn't anywhere in the actual book. Without creating their own plot, they could have still made two movies out of the one book. But they cut so many details out of each of the LotR books so they could turn each book into one movie. It just seems a little backwards to me.