Have you heard of this movie? I'm not sure what it's about. I think it's a documentary about little people in New Zealand.
Video posted by Rorie on Dec. 21, 2011
The first of a three-part film based on J.R.R. Tolkien's novel of the same name.
I don't think I have any choice, I have to watch it no matter what. Here's hopping I can at least find it in 2D somewhere :P
The first major film shot at double the frame rate for silky smooth 3D. Everyone seemed to like what Scorses did with 3D in Hugo but my money is on Jackson/middle earth at 48fps as the movie that pushes 3D past a gimmick for the majority of people that see it.
That was very good! :)
Yesssssss! I want it, all of it, right now, let me have it! I need to find an Imax theater.
Just saw this trailer in stereoscopic before Tintin and it was stunningly good looking. There were cheers in the audience.
My biggest request for this movie is that the academy rectify the mistake of awarding the LoTR trilogy with pretty much only technical awards by giving Ian McKellan the Best Supporting Actor award he so rightfully earned with all of his turns as Gandalf!
edit: also, just to be clear, I can't think of anything in all of film that could have me as excited as returning to Middle Earth with Peter Jackson at the helm.
The music right at the end of the trailer gets me.
Oh thank you God! I knew you'd let this happen!
I want this, I so want this!
jesus i finally saw this trailer and it gave me fucking chills, wow!
I need this.
Enjoy some of the editors' pick videos from Screened.
Ep. #55-58 -- W & L. The kids don't even understand.
Submissions can take several hours to be approved.