Re: [mythsoc] LOTR Movie TV Special
- In a message dated 11/30/01 12:17:01 PM Central Standard Time,
> But did you see him running through the woods? He can certainly move forI know - made me wonder why he didn't lose weight.
> a round man.
As for the DVD, wd you believe that this old Luddite doesn't even own a DVD
- From: "Carl F. Hostetter" <Aelfwine@...>
> Indeed, these are noteworthy achievements! He even saidThe FAHir in the SHAHir stays mainly in the MAHir.
> "SAH-ruh-mahn". However, he also said "GAN-dalf" (both a's as in
> "cat", and with final "f"), instead of "GAHN-dalv" and "Ga-LAD-riel"
> instead of "Gah-LAHD-riel".
> So, I give him as passing grade, above average, even; but not an "A"
> (or even an "AH").
- From: "David S. Bratman" <dbratman@...>
> And having been treated to a Gandalf who gets into his immortal characterSan
> by thinking about his aching bones, here's how our Galadriel gets into her
> immortal character:
> "First of all you get the ears and it all goes from there, really."
> The ears. May the Valar preserve us.
> (All quotes from Ruthe Stein's "Movie Insider" column, found in today's
> Francisco Chronicle.)She said the same thing on the TV program last night. She wanted the role
because of the ears.
- Re: Round man running through the woods
The New Zealand Herald in an interview dated 12-2 quotes Peter Jackson as saying, "You pace yourself. It's a very interesting lesson in how the mind controls the body really. It's all a psychological thing. It's nothing to do with your body, with how fit you are. It's all to do with your mind telling you you have to keep going." The main topic is the two years of work still ahead, but the attitude probably also applies to running when needed.
----- Original Message -----
From: Juliet Blosser
Sent: Friday, November 30, 2001 12:13 PM
Subject: Re: [mythsoc] LOTR Movie TV Special
On Fri, Nov 30, 2001 at 12:38:33PM -0500, Stolzi@... wrote:
> I saw it too. Main impressions:
> Peter Jackson sure is tubby
But did you see him running through the woods? He can certainly move for
a round man.
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