Discussion in 'Movies' started by HybridK03, Nov 8, 2003.
aaaagh! please! stop!! but hm... we're getting off topic.....
OK. but you are warned!!!
by the way, it is told that gollums 'grammy' award will be seen on the ee ttt dvd.
You mean his MTV Awards Acceptance speech..?
yeah, together with Andy Serkis. He doesn't talk very flattering about Doby from Harry Potter there.
I think that's a good way to describe it, I suppose. I thought it was a bit tacky, though. COuld have been better.....
Yeah, guess so
the only thing is that I don't like getting banned.
how would you describe it ? ( very curious)
How would I describe it? Well, hmm, ummm..... Darn it. I can't think of just the right word. "Interesting" maybe? Well, that's really not very descriptive.. I'll have to find my thesaurus..
too bad, I was kinda looking forward to your description.
meanwhile, while you are searching for your thesaurus, we can at the very least agree on two things;
1. he was one ugly elf
2. that was probably the last time he got drunk in his life ( which is quite long in his case) Too bad he had to live through it with a painfully disfigured prince Albert.
Yes, we can definitely agree on those.
Why?? Is there more I missed?
I found the awesome Jack Black's Council and I found the TTT trailer. Is there more??
If I may comment on the piercing, I would like to use a line by Robin Williams, from Live on Broadway:
"For those playing the home game, this is called a Prince Albert. And I'm sure that was his last wish.
I'm sure he said; Victoria, I'm dying. I want you to name a museum, an art house, and a bolt through the **** after me"
The acceptance speach for Gollum can be found in the same fashion as the council spoof on the "of Herbs and stewed rabbit" scene on disk one of the TTT EE DVD.
Wow, all these cool things I've never known before. I'm going to have to try them.
Whoa! I just got finished watching all of hidden stuff and they were really cool. I'm really glad I found this thread or I wouldn't have known about that stuff.
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