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Re: Robert Zemeckis Beowulf

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  • Cole Matson
    Merlin, Thank you for those links re: BAS. Dr. Nokes especially has a good point in that we haven t yet seen the movie; it may yet surprise us. I hope so. (And
    Message 1 of 108 , Sep 11 8:39 PM
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      Merlin,

      Thank you for those links re: BAS. Dr. Nokes especially has a good point in
      that we haven't yet seen the movie; it may yet surprise us. I hope so. (And
      I'm actually feeling myself more and more likely to see the movie, out of
      curiosity if nothing else.)

      Cole


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    • aveeris523@aol.com
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      Message 108 of 108 , Dec 7, 2007
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        In a message dated 12/7/07 9:41:39 AM, dbratman@... writes:


        >
        > Very much the opposite opinion here. I don't recall anything harmful being
        > done to the text, but the image was definitely a problem. Tolkien says she was
        > "beautiful beyond enduring, terrible and worshipful." The only word in this
        > that Jackson seems to have followed was "terrible" - and he seems to be using
        > it in the sense of "scary and terrifying," rather than "eliciting awe" which
        > is what Tolkien presumably meant.
        >
        > Good point David! Beautiful and Terrible like an angel would have been more
        appropriate.




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