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Post  Kiran on Mon Dec 19, 2011 10:01 pm

My reaction can only be described as fangirl squee.
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Post  whatthedeuce on Mon Dec 19, 2011 10:44 pm

That's the SF-approved response, so you're all good!

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Post  gannetguts on Mon Dec 19, 2011 10:54 pm

I found myself a little underwhelmed, but I loved Hathaway in the trailer and from what I could see of Hardy, he looks awesome. I'm looking forward to seeing it though!

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Post  whatthedeuce on Mon Dec 19, 2011 11:04 pm

Anne Hathaway whispering in CB's ear freaks me out because I can't help but always think of her as the young girl in the Princess Diaries movies. I've seen her in Brokeback Mountain and Rachel Getting Married and yet it's The Princess Diaries that always sticks out in my mind. Ridiculous, I know.

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Post  QueenSix on Tue Dec 20, 2011 2:14 pm

laddical wrote:[url=http://trailers.apple.com/trailers/wb/thedarkknightrises/]My only real quibble, though, is the shot of the football field collapsing. I just don't see how a runner couldn't *sense* the ground shifting like that, even if he was staying ahead of the actual collapse. Even with the questionable science of the microwave emitter in Begins, that's easily the most fantastic and out-there thing I've seen in Nolan's series and I'm hoping it's not one step too far for it.

Heh, because my reaction was OMG THE FOOTBALL FIELD IS COLLAPSING BEHIND HIM!!!

Maybe he couldn't sense it because he was so focused on scoring the goal and it just blocked out all other stimuli around him!!

Either way, that is a fabulous trailer and I am SO looking forward to seeing the film.

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Post  Jamie on Tue Dec 20, 2011 5:58 pm

We saw that trailer on an IMAX screen right before Mission Impossible. Nothing emasculates the movie you are about to see quite like that trailer. Right after it was over I thought: Great, now I have to watch this piece of shit movie and not Batman.

(Luckily, Mission Impossible ended up being awesome too.)
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Post  jensa on Wed Dec 21, 2011 12:10 am

The Hobbit

I may have teared up a bit.
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Post  queenofdenile on Wed Dec 21, 2011 12:16 am

The Shire theme will never NOT bring a tear to my eye.
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Post  Auroura76 on Wed Dec 21, 2011 12:26 am

jensa wrote:The Hobbit

I may have teared up a bit.

Aww!

You're making me want to do a LotR rewatch.

The latest Batman trailer looks amazing. But then, I'm a huge Chris Nolan fangirl, and I like Anne Hathaway a lot. I like seeing her in a darker role. The artwork (which I believe was used in the teaser poster) of the buildings rising into the sky and leaving a vacuum in the shape of a bat is so stunning.

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Post  Unlucky Bear on Wed Dec 21, 2011 1:02 am

Ah! For me it was when Gollum said, "What's Baggins, precious?" SO EXCITED. This week has been like movie trailer Christmas.
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Post  Binky on Wed Dec 21, 2011 2:03 am

Could anyone else not understand Bane in the Batman trailer? I hear the word "Gotham" and mumbling. Between that and Bat Voice...I'm going to preemptively wonder just how much of this movie I will understand.
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Post  Kiran on Wed Dec 21, 2011 2:04 am

I've heard other people have had issues with the prologue. But I've also heard they are working on it.

I didn't watch the prologue but I understood him in the trailer. "You can die when Gotham is in ashes", right?
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Post  whatthedeuce on Wed Dec 21, 2011 2:04 am

Not just you, Binky. Mumbling is all the rage in Gotham, apparently.

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Post  elleth on Wed Dec 21, 2011 2:05 am

jensa wrote:The Hobbit

I may have teared up a bit.

I think I was too overwhelmed the first time through. But I expect on rewatches that I'll get kind of choked up. I really have missed Middle Earth.

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Post  RiverThames on Wed Dec 21, 2011 2:42 am

There's word on the street that WB is going to put their foot down on the Bane Voice and make some changes.
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Post  sagitare on Wed Dec 21, 2011 3:00 am

jensa wrote:The Hobbit
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OH HELL YES.

I tell you what, if they couldn't have secured Martin Freeman for the role of Bilbo, I would have been just heartbroken because he is utterly perfect for it. Like, it wouldn't have mattered who else they cast. The whole thing for me starts with Freeman/Bilbo.

The fact that it's opening next December, with the following movie out the December after that: it's like old times! When the LOTR movies were coming out every December, that first year without one was so weird. None of us knew what to do with ourselves that month, heh.

I loved the singing.
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Post  elleth on Wed Dec 21, 2011 3:21 am

sagitare wrote:
The fact that it's opening next December, with the following movie out the December after that: it's like old times! When the LOTR movies were coming out every December, that first year without one was so weird. None of us knew what to do with ourselves that month, heh.

I loved the singing.

Um. I may be a complete dork because I was going to re-watch LOTR this month (as it's the release date anniversaries yada yada) but realized that I couldn't watch them in order on their release dates, because FOTR was Dec 19th, TTT was Dec 18th, and ROTK was Dec 17th! And now the Hobbit part 1 will be Dec 14th, and part 2 Dec 13th! Darn you, studios, doing them all in reverse dates!

I had forgotten that song; I went back to the book earlier tonight to find it.

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Post  SarahJanet on Wed Dec 21, 2011 3:51 am

Yep, I got some goosebumps from the Hobbit. Howard Shore is composing for these again, right? Because that is going to be a problem if he isn't.

Man, when we went and saw Fellowship of the Ring my husband and I had been dating for about five months. I'm super excited for a new Middle Earth movie!

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Post  laddical on Wed Dec 21, 2011 4:22 am

Kiran wrote:I've heard other people have had issues with the prologue. But I've also heard they are working on it.

I didn't watch the prologue but I understood him in the trailer. "You can die when Gotham is in ashes", right?

I haven't had any problems with Bane's voice (in this or the bootleg six minute prologue I saw), but it's right on the edge of being indecipherable - and that's saying something given the Bale Batvoice.

His line is, "When Gotham is in ashes... you have my permission to die."

Darn you, studios, doing them all in reverse dates!

It's hardly the studios' fault that most years are one day longer than an even 52 weeks. They were all released on a Wednesday, as close to one year apart as they could get.
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Post  Kiran on Wed Dec 21, 2011 4:25 am

Ahh, thanks! I washed it yesterday, but I understood it at the time, I promise.
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Post  laddical on Wed Dec 21, 2011 4:32 am

I'm glad they've got the Dwarves' song in the film - I wonder if it will just be them singing, or if Jackson will use it as an opportunity to show a flashback to the Desolation. I don't think much of the Rankin-Bass cartoon, but I remember the song and how it was all spooky and scary when it showed the Dwarves fleeing the mountain and I imagine Jackson could probably top that.
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Post  Esseilte on Wed Dec 21, 2011 7:54 am

The Hobbit. It just looks so absolutely gorgeous. When I heard 'the' music right at the beginning, I knew I wasn't going to make it through the whole thing dry-eyed, and sure enough didn't.

Martin Freeman - thank you, thank you, thank you to everyone who made the effort to ensure he could do this part. So many times, the perfect actor for a part is lost due to scheduling or other commitments when it could have been avoided. He's just so very...Bilbo! And when he first spoke, he sounded like Ian Holm - has someone been at the BBC Radio Production, or just listening on set? Either way, it's no bad thing!

Also liked that we have the singing, or at least some of it. I'm not sure whether I'd prefer to see a flashback at that point, or to simply see Bag End 'turn' a bit from being obviously a safe, cozy place, to being a place in a world that's not necessarily either safe or cozy. No doubt I'll be happy with however it's done - and one of the things I enjoy about Peter Jackson's work on these films is that even when he does something I wouldn't agree with, it's done with love and respect for the original text. I'd forgive him a lot for that, to be honest...not that it's usually necessary!
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Post  punzy on Wed Dec 21, 2011 9:09 am

This is where I am sad it won't be out for another year. Why can't things happen now! I wants it.

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Post  xyzzy on Wed Dec 21, 2011 10:12 am

I can't believe that the singing was perhaps the most awesome part of the trailer! The poetry of Tolkien's songs always impressed me, but working it into a live-action movie without it reeking of cheese seems a daunting prospect. Particularly with The Hobbit, which is certainly a tale skewed toward a younger audience. But the singing in the trilogy (almost always--Eowyn makes me cringe a bit) worked beautifully, and it seems the tradition continues. Yay!

And, shallowly, I must observe that Kili is just. so. freaking. HOT.
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Post  inversed on Wed Dec 21, 2011 10:26 am

CHILLS!! I LOVED the singing, it was spot-on perfect for the trailer. It's as if Martin Freeman was molded out of clay to be a perfect Young Bilbo. There sure are a lot of dwarves to keep track of, though.

Why must we wait a WHOLE YEAR???

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