Questions and thoughts while watching The Fellowship of the Ring for the millionth time:
I posted the first two questions on FB already so I struck them off the list here. That being said, if you feel like commenting on them, feel free.
As a demon, does a balrog’s breath stink, or does the fire it breathes burn off odor-causing germs? Do hobbits suffer from PTSD?
There is a high cheese factor in all 3 of these movies. Would you say it’s more American, Swiss, Cheddar, or Bleu?
Do elves ever get tired of moving slowly and gracefully when not running into battle?
Do elves stay awake at night thinking of things to say so that they seem more wise in conversation?
Galadriel looks a little hotter, if more silvery gray, as an evil queen than as the Lady of Light. Less beautiful, but hotter. (Note to self: don’t piss of Galadriel). (Addendum to Note to self: or anyone else with magical ability or warrior skills and strengths. All others are fair game, though).
Galadriel and Saruman seem to use the same manicurist.
Boromir was wrong about a lot of things, but he was right to call Aragorn on his general lack of faith in men. What is he, a bitter ex-wife? He’s been hanging out with elves too long.
Is “halfling” a politically correct term?
Aragorn looks better grungy than clean.
Oh captain my captain!
Frodo’s palms look oddly soft and smooth.
How did Frodo reach so deeply into the water to pull Sam out of the river, given how far Sam had sunk? Methinks Frodo’s very soft hand is attached to a retractable arm.
Unlike his palms, the back of his hands are looking gnarly, and his nails are in pretty rough shape. He should talk to Galadriel and Saruman.
What a bunch of drama queens, yet somehow effective.