I’ve never even seen a LOTR movie 😬 it seems like such an investment.
@Flutterby, yeah, a good investment.
@One Cool Cat, I know, I know. You’re right.
@Flutterby, then be the solution and take half a day to enjoy the true trilogy!
@Flutterby, ooft, if you lived nearby I'd tie you to a chair and force you to watch it. They're the best movies ever created.
@NerdyGirl69, extended editions, of course
@The Pocket Taco, of course!
@Flutterby, Clerks 2 has a scene that sums up the bored of the rings trilogy very well and accurately I might add.
@Flutterby, you know investments have return, right?
I just finished Heart of Darkness and this is very much a thing with Conrad describing the ocean.
I have read the main four books and I don’t recall anything being this upsettingly descriptive. I think it was a good story though.
@Mook, you should listen to the audio book of the Hobbit, as read by Andy Serkis. That man is an underrated gem!
I never felt they where that descriptive. The great gatsby on the other hand… fvck me that book got boring really fast.
Tolkien’s got nothing on Jordan for ridiculously long descriptions.