Question: Scenes were limbs are amputated

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Question: Scenes were limbs are amputated

Postby lifestraw » Tue Jun 30, 2015 8:47 pm

Hi, sory for my bad english, i only remember in the fellowship of ..... the scene were Aragorn revenge Boromir and cut an uruk-hai do you remember another scenes in the 3 films? thank you
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Re: Question: Scenes were limbs are amputated

Postby lifestraw » Thu Jul 02, 2015 5:37 pm

it´s not a really dificult question, can someone help me? thank you
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Re: Question: Scenes were limbs are amputated

Postby lifestraw » Fri Jul 24, 2015 11:28 am

hey friends, I´m still waiting for an answers, please, anyone?
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Re: Question: Scenes were limbs are amputated

Postby heliona » Sun Jul 26, 2015 5:38 am

Limb amputation is not something I've thought about when watching the films, and I doubt anyone else has, either.

To answer your question, I suspect everyone would have to watch the films again for that specific purpose and count the occurrences, which wouldn't be very enjoyable and a bit pointless for us: nine hours of watching films to answer someone else's question is a bit of a stretch to ask someone to do, and I doubt anyone is going to do that - is there a reason why you can't do that yourself? :?

Also, why on earth would you want to know this? Seems like an odd thing to ask! :P
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Re: Question: Scenes were limbs are amputated

Postby jimmyaustin » Thu Jul 30, 2015 3:32 pm

Poor Lifestraw--no respect for his/her question. (Though Helonia, your reply does make sense.) It occurs to me that lots of people (including me) have seen the movies so many times, we should be able to recall via memory, with no need for new viewings. I can see it as a trivia game.

As far as watching, I wouldn't mind breaking out the DVD's for LOTR. In part, to deal with the unpleasant taste of the Hobbit movies. After the goblin pinball scene in the first movie, I became disappointed. I never even bought my own copy of BOTFA, which I never would have predicted.

It's nice seeing Aidan Turner again, though (Poldark).
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Re: Question: Scenes were limbs are amputated

Postby Captain Boromir » Tue Aug 16, 2016 2:16 pm

I don't know on all three films at the moment but in The Fellowship Of The Ring the Extended Edition. There is at least two other decapitation shots. Both happen in the Mines of Moria. One from Aragorn and the other from Boromir.
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