The Two Towers definately ticked me off. ;_; yes I am sorry. There was so much I wasd like YARG!
Umm, can we say Arwen!! Ugh, I didn't like her before all over Frodo, and now she is just annoying making kiss-y with her man and getting all angsty-depressed(she has a right, but I really don't care. sorry)
Ok, then there was like Gandalf and his holy self. What the crud?! He was like doing magic and crud and shining -oo preddy, ne? Ug, that was toooo annoying too. His character is Shattered!!! He is all powerful and stuff and yet he sacrificed his character to be high and empty..
Then, what was with all the comic relief??? I hate it to begin with, and this movie did not lack...ugh.
Little things too totaly made me cringe and sigh angrily...
But! I did enjoy myself too!! ^_^
The top reason, can you guess!? Yay! Frodo Baggins the Ringbearer was coolness!! He finally got some guts! I didn't really like the whole thing with him wanting to hand the Ring over to the Nazgul, but it looked cool XD He was not his little *cowering-wimpering* self this time to my great delight!!! He was, well, part tortured-part insane-part under other control. That ring does good things to his caracter in my book ^_~ I love ya, Frodo, but I loved the protrayal in this movie
*GASPS* Can't wait to see crazy-undeadish-Frodo in The Return of the King XDXDXD The crack of Mt Doom *shrieks out of pure joy*
Umm the rest of the characters were all right I guess...The Ents were smaller than I had imagined but they were cool enough - whee lets make Sauruman real mad ^^ In the last movie my favorite place was Lothlorien, well, Moria was cool too. NoNO! My fav place was the River Anduin!! Well, in this one, I have to say .. Mordor. Yeah, that is a little morbid, but the buildings are solid and dark and the molten volcano and the eye and crud was like wheee fun! But, come on, where is the Statue without it's rightful head!?..*sighs*
I was feeling totally ecstatic earlier, but after I mentioned something about the Burning of Hobbiton, Dave got mad at me and I felt sad;_; I'sorry Dave-san! It made me feel guilty and I am not like I was - on that initial high...not like anyone cared, but ^_^ was me! I also had my octopus sushi tonight. That stuff is good! I am serious!!
I love Frodo, *heart-eyed*. I can't wait till he goes completely mad and looses his finger. I know, I know that is a terrible thing to say but I am really excited^^ What'dya think my fav. parts of X are? The happy scenes? No, I don't like black orcish gore - yes I do like watching dear little Frodo collapsed amid overtaking forces of mental evil eyes. (He did, too. The pain in his shoulder/back shot as the Nazgul made their guest appearance on the stage^^) *shrug* I wanted myslef injured and it didn't happen and I can't injure myself, so I enjoy watching others in a sort of more pure-heartfelt-innocent pain - ever since I can remember (I have no memory of the days before about my 13th year).
And So that was my LOTR Experience quickly summed up for this eveing before this entry explodes with it's great lengths...We shall see what the critics say, but I liked this better than the Fellowship of the Ring. It was more exciting, and kept moving from group to group/ place to place. It was interesting and fast paced. No great architecture, but great characters (other than the new Gandalf *weeps at the loss*).
I can't sleep now..I am too hyperactive. It was either that green tea from the Chado Ceremony or the Octopus! Or just my happy little soul jumping for joy!! Yay! Frodo shall go to find Shelob and Mt Doom - or he better >.< If they take that scene away from me I will have somebody's head!!! But for now, it is dreaming time..and time to digest the three hours of entertainment I have been fed..Thank you God for letting us go (there were seats for another 50 prob.) Now, it is waiting till NEXT Christmas!!! . . . . . x.x
(waiting is killer)