arwen is where she should not be

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Ronja
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Post by Ronja »

I speak english but i am not english speaker...
i am from Slovakia so Slovak :D
MastrLOTRELF
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Post by MastrLOTRELF »

cool i have never met someone from there before...nice to meet you...
Ronja
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Post by Ronja »

:D
Mija is from Slovakia too
Mija
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Post by Mija »

yes... it's true :mrgreen:
MastrLOTRELF
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Post by MastrLOTRELF »

kewl so do you two know eachother in real life or did you just meet on the forum.
Ronja
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Post by Ronja »

real life 8)
MastrLOTRELF
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Post by MastrLOTRELF »

nice thats kewl. i dont think anyone on this forum i know in real life. so...yeah.
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Post by matthew479 »

tom was cool but you can't have all the characters
Ikera
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Post by Ikera »

Well, yes, i understand that Arwen was not meant to do that much in the movie, but it still worked out well anyway.

Arwen was only shown in the book as a hopeful lover, and I'm glad that they portrayed a bit more of her in the movie. She looks so strong and graceful especially when she unsheathes hadhafang in defence of Frodo.

Personally, I actually go for Arwen in the movie because she just looks even more noble and love-deserving through that. I agree that it's totally unlike the books, but Peter JAckson made good decisions as we can still understand the story of the Ring as Tolkien put it.

Namarie....
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