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#136 GG

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Posted 18 January 2003 - 15:07

Apsolutno se slazem i mislim da bi cela trilogija filmova 'Gospodar prstenova' trebalo biti jedan film iz tri dela, a ne tri filma u jednom, ako shvatas sta hocu da kazem. U tom je malo reditelj pogresio. 'Dve kule' ne nastavljaju istim tempom kojim je zavrsena 'Druzina'. Zato me je nesto sporiji pocetak malo razocarao.

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Posted 19 January 2003 - 07:42

The Lord of the Rings: an allegory of the PhD?

The story starts with Frodo: a young hobbit, quite bright, a bit dissatisfied with
what he's learnt so far and with his mates back home who just want to get jobs
and settle down and drink beer. He's also very much in awe of his tutor and
mentor, the very senior professor Gandalf, so when Gandalf suggests he take on
a short project for him (carrying the Ring to Rivendell), he agrees. Frodo very
quickly encounters the shadowy forces of fear and despair which will haunt the
rest of his journey and leave permanent scars on his psyche, but he also makes
some useful friends. In particular, he spends an evening down at the pub with
Aragorn, who has been wandering the world for many years as Gandalf's postdoc
and becomes Frodo's adviser when Gandalf isn't around.
After Frodo has completed his first project, Gandalf (along with head of
department Elrond) proposes that the work should be extended. He assembles a
large research group, including visiting students Gimli and Legolas, the foreign
postdoc Boromir,and several of Frodo's own friends from his undergraduate days.
Frodo agrees to tackle this larger project, though he has mixed feelings about it.
("'I will take the Ring', he said, 'although I do not know why.'":wink:
Very rapidly, things go wrong. First, Gandalf disappears and has no more
interaction with Frodo until everything is over. (Frodo assumes his supervisor is
dead: in fact, he's simply found a more interesting topic and is working on that
instead.) At his first international conference in Lorien, Frodo is cross-examined
terrifyingly by Galadriel and betrayed by Boromir, who is anxious to take the credit
for the work himself. Frodo cuts himself off from the rest of his team: from now on,
he will only discuss his work with Sam, an old friend who doesn't really understand
what it's all about, but in any case is prepared to give Frodo credit for being rather
cleverer than he is. Then he sets out towards Mordor.
The last and darkest period of Frodo's journey clearly represents the writing-up
stage, as he struggles towards Mount Doom (submission), finding his burden
growing heavier and heavier yet more and more a part of himself; more and more
terrified of failure; plagued by the figure of Gollum, the student who carried the
Ring before him but never wrote up and still hangs around as a burnt-out, jealous
shadow; talking less and less even to Sam. When he submits the Ring to the fire,
it is in desperate confusion rather than with confidence, and for a while the world
seems empty.
Eventually it is over: the Ring is gone, everyone congratulates him, and for a few
days he can convince himself that his troubles are over. But there is one more
obstacle to overcome: months later, back in the Shire, he must confront the
external examiner Saruman, an old enemy of Gandalf, who seeks to humiliate and
destroy his rival's protege. With the help of his friends and colleagues, Frodo
passes through this ordeal, but discovers at the end that victory has no value left
for him. While his friends return to settling down and finding jobs and starting
families, Frodo remains in limbo; finally, along with Gandalf, Elrond and many
others, he joins the brain drain across the Western ocean to the new land beyond.

Author: Unknown
Source: Danny Yee’s Humour Collection

#138 Dunadan

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Posted 23 January 2003 - 16:44

ah ljudi
zar niste chuli?!?!

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#139 Jr

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Posted 26 January 2003 - 06:23

Tprvo da kazem da sam ovaj vikend upropastio za gledanjem neznam ni ja cega...
Prvo da dam par replika za vjerovatno sjutra pisem moje vidjnje...

2 Vesna:

Legolas vs Gimli humor je najjaci dio citavog tog dijela knjige (u kome je brojanje do 32-34 ako se ne varam). Glupost u koju se on pretvara je posledica cinjenice da je reziser IDIOT koji stvarno pocinjem da se pitam da li je dva puta procitao knjigu prije nego sto je dobio ovaj posao.

P.S. Ende je Ende... Druga bajka, Drugi svijet...

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Vec postovano, imaj milosti prema onima na modemima
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#140 weasel

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Posted 27 January 2003 - 23:17

Čini mi se da je pogrešno posmatrati Družinu i Dve kule kao dva filma. To je jedan, za mene kao običnog gledaoca, za sada nezavršen ali <odličan> film.

Nije dovoljno :smile:

#141 Vesna

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Posted 28 January 2003 - 00:38

Tako sam i mislila... :grin:

#142 aenima

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Posted 11 February 2003 - 18:52

"Gospodar prstenova II" emitovan na televiziji u Srbiji

Srbija je prva zemlja u svetu koja je film "Gospodar prstenova - dve kule" javno prikazala na televiziji. To je učinila TV Enigma iz Prijepolja, 9. februara, u kasnim noćnim satima. Poslovna udruženja filmskih distributera Jugoslavije i Jugoslovenska antipiratska asocijacija obaveštavaju javnost da će protiv vlasnika i odgovornog lica ove televizije podneti krivičnu prijavu i odštetni zahtev, u iznosu od 1.200.000 dinara. Udruženja ističu da, po podacima kojima raspolažu, TV Enigma iz Prijepolja i TV KTV iz Zrenjanina predstavljaju najveće pirate u oblasti nelegalnog prikazivanja filmova i igranih serija, navodi se u saopštenju dva udruženja."

#143 GG

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Posted 13 February 2003 - 20:06

Ziveli pirati!
Divx se vec nedeljama nalazi u CD klubovima.