Lord of the Rings: The Motion Picture Trilogy

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Filmmaker Peter Jackson set out on one of the most ambitious motion-picture projects of recent memory when he attempted to bring J.R.R. Tolkien's epic Lord of the Rings novels to the screen. Jackson's films proved to be a rousing success both critically and financially, and this special box set collects the three award-winning pictures in one package. The Lord of The Rings: The Motion Picture Trilogy features deluxe extended DVD editions of The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, The Lord of the Rings:...
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Filmmaker Peter Jackson set out on one of the most ambitious motion-picture projects of recent memory when he attempted to bring J.R.R. Tolkien's epic Lord of the Rings novels to the screen. Jackson's films proved to be a rousing success both critically and financially, and this special box set collects the three award-winning pictures in one package. The Lord of The Rings: The Motion Picture Trilogy features deluxe extended DVD editions of The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, and The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King, which follow the battle between good and evil in the mythic land of Middle-earth and the quest to destroy the One Ring of all power before it is found by the forces of evil.
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Special Features

Closed Caption; Extended editions of all three films; In-depth documentaries; Behind-the-scenes footage during filming; The interviews with the cast and crew; Interactive maps; Photo galleries; Conceptual art galleries; Early test footage; Storyboards; Special effects demonstrations; And much more
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Barnes & Noble - Ed Hulse
The second part of this epic trilogy, based on the perennially bestselling fantasy novels by J.R.R. Tolkien, not only meets but surpasses the high standards set by the initial film, The Fellowship of the Ring. Director Peter Jackson, working from a masterfully adapted script by Frances Walsh, condenses the second book's narrative in a way that captures all the highlights and eliminates the dragging spots. The result is a truly spectacular movie, crammed with action and darker in tone than its predecessor. The story initially focuses on the hobbits Frodo Baggins played by Elijah Wood and Sam Gamgee Sean Astin, who press on toward Mordor and the ultimate disposition of the magical ring they reluctantly bear. Our attention is subsequently directed toward other members of the Fellowship -- human Aragorn Viggo Mortensen, elf Legolas Orlando Bloom, and dwarf Gimli John Rhys-Davies -- who join forces with a group of humans besieged by demon warriors commanded by the malevolent Lord Saruman Christopher Lee. Utilizing spectacular New Zealand locations, Jackson's production has enormous scope and majesty, but the director never loses sight of his characters, whose personalities are fully crystallized here. The acting is of a uniformly high caliber, with octogenarian Lee and newly minted genre stalwart Ian McKellen returning as the wizard Gandalf edging out their younger costars for top honors. Computer-generated effects are employed generously, but rather than dominating, the action they complement it. A movie that is truly dazzling in every way, The Two Towers builds mammoth anticipation for the trilogy's conclusion, The Return of the King.
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The third and most spectacular installment of Peter Jackson's remarkable Lord of the Rings trilogy builds to a climax of almost endurable suspense as Middle-earth is rocked by the prospect of impending Armageddon -- an all-out war that can only be prevented by two lowly hobbits. Frodo Elijah Wood and Sam Sean Astin follow the treacherous Gollum Andy Serkis to Mount Doom, into whose fiery core must be hurled the all-powerful ring. Meanwhile, as Gandalf Ian McKellen and Pippin Billy Boyd cast their lot with the besieged inhabitants of Gondor, the remaining members of the Fellowship -- Aragorn Viggo Mortensen, Legolas Orlando Bloom, and Gimli John Rhys-Davies -- attempt to recruit the spirit warriors of Cursed Mountains in the final conflict against Sauron. Return of the King reaps the benefit of narrative seeds sown in the previous two installments: The characters and conflicts having been well established in Fellowship of the Ring and The Two Towers, Jackson resolves everything in King on a grand scale that old-school filmmakers would never have imagined possible. Computer-generated special effects account for many of the film's visual delights, but this superb director invests the proceedings with intense emotions as well, and once the final battle has been decided he presents a protracted but satisfying denouement that ties up all the loose ends. Perfection is nearly impossible to attain in any human endeavor, but with this film Jackson has come as close to it as anybody in motion-picture history. We're hard pressed to imagine anybody else having realized a live-action version of J. R. R. Tolkien's story with as much imagination, expertise, and feeling. King swept this year's Oscars for good reason -- it's a stunning, unforgettable work that has already taken its place in cinema history. Jackson's Special Extended Edition adds 50-minutes to the theatrical cut of the film.
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Director Peter Jackson's devotion to J.R.R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings saga can be seen in this collection of all three Extended Editions, wherein 30 minutes originally cut from the theatrical versions of Fellowship of the Ring and The Two Towers are restored on DVD. The Return of the King gets an even more impressive 50 minutes of added footage. All of the trimmed material is seamlessly integrated into each film, making each Extended Edition the ultimate LotR viewing experience. Further, each Extended edition comes packed with two additional discs of bonus materials, documenting every facet of these glittering cinematic jewels.
Time Magazine - Richard Corliss
Towers, while not quite so varied as Fellowship in its moods and settings, has a grave gusto that energizes every moment...a thrilling work of film craft.
Time Magazine - Richard Corliss
Though faithful in every detail to Tolkien, it has a vigorous life of its own -- grandeur, moral heft and emotional depth.

Director Peter Jackson's devotion to J.R.R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings saga can be seen in this collection of all three Extended Editions, wherein 30 minutes originally cut from the theatrical versions of Fellowship of the Ring and The Two Towers are restored on DVD. The Return of the King gets an even more impressive 50 minutes of added footage. All of the trimmed material is seamlessly integrated into each film, making each Extended Edition the ultimate LotR viewing experience. Further, each Extended edition comes packed with two additional discs of bonus materials, documenting every facet of these glittering cinematic jewels.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 12/14/2004
  • UPC: 794043734724
  • Original Release: 2004
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  • Source: New Line Home Video
  • Region Code: 1
  • Time: 11:21:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Elijah Wood Frodo Baggins
Ian McKellen Gandalf
Viggo Mortensen Aragorn/Strider
Sean Astin Samwise Gamgee
Orlando Bloom Legolas
John Rhys-Davies Gimli/Treebeard
Billy Boyd Pippin
Dominic Monaghan Meriadoc 'Merry' Brandybuck
Liv Tyler Arwen
Hugo Weaving Elrond
Christopher Lee Saruman
Ian Holm Bilbo Baggins
Cate Blanchett Galadriel
Sean Bean Boromir
David Wenham Faramir
Andy Serkis Gollum/Smeagol
Bernard Hill Theoden
Karl Urban Eomer
Miranda Otto Eowyn
John Noble Denethor
Technical Credits
Peter Jackson Director
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Lord of the Rings: The Motion Picture Trilogy Special Extended DVD Edition
   1. Prologue: One Ring to Rule Them All... (00:07:34)
   2. Concerning Hobbits (00:02:58)
   3. The Shire (00:05:04)
   4. Very Old Friends (00:04:18)
   5. A Long-Expected Party (00:05:33)
   6. Farewell Dear Bilbo (00:04:24)
   7. Keep it Secret, Keep it Safe (00:02:13)
   8. The Account of Isildur (00:02:41)
   9. At the Green Dragon (00:01:26)
   10. The Shadow of the Past (00:08:45)
   11. The Passing of the Elves (00:01:39)
   12. Saruman the White (00:00:35)
   13. A Short Cut to Mushrooms (00:04:01)
   14. Bucklebury Ferry (00:03:50)
   15. At the Sign of the Prancing Pony (00:02:17)
   16. The Nazgûl (00:06:00)
   17. The Midgewater Marshes (00:03:44)
   18. The Spoiling of Isengard (00:01:37)
   19. A Knife in the Dark (00:01:42)
   20. The Caverns of Isengard (00:04:39)
   21. Flight to the Ford (00:02:31)
   22. Rivendell (00:06:25)
   23. Many Meetings (00:02:00)
   24. The Fate of the Ring (00:03:29)
   25. The Sword That Was Broken (00:03:33)
   26. The Evenstar (00:02:39)
   27. The Council of Elrond (00:01:38)
Disc #2 -- Lord of the Rings: The Motion Picture Trilogy Special Extended DVD Edition
   1. Gilraen's Memorial (00:01:13)
   2. Bilbo's Gifts (00:01:43)
   3. The Depature of the Fellowship (00:01:17)
   4. The Ring Goes South (00:03:05)
   5. The Pass of Caradhras (00:04:46)
   6. Moria (00:06:24)
   7. A Journey in the Dark (00:06:30)
   8. Balin's Tomb (00:09:24)
   9. The Bridge of Khazad-dûm (00:09:40)
   10. Lohtlórien (00:03:12)
   11. Caras Galadhon (00:07:16)
   12. The Mirror of Galadriel (00:05:39)
   13. The Fighting Uruk-hai (00:01:41)
   14. Farewell to Lórien (00:05:22)
   15. The Great River (00:04:51)
   16. Parth Galen (00:06:27)
   17. The Breaking of the Fellowship (00:07:15)
   18. The Departure of Boromir (00:02:42)
   19. The Road Goes On... (00:06:17)
   20. Credits (00:07:40)
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Disc #5 -- Lord of the Rings: The Motion Picture Trilogy Special Extended DVD Edition
   1. Dwarf Women (00:00:43)
   2. One of the Dúnedain (00:02:29)
   3. The Evenstar (00:05:06)
   4. The Wolves of Isengard (00:06:37)
   5. Helm's Deep (00:02:40)
   6. Isengard Unleashed (00:02:36)
   7. The Grace of the Valar (00:01:38)
   8. Arwen's Fate (00:03:41)
   9. The Story Foreseen From Lórien (00:02:25)
   10. The Window on the West (00:03:49)
   11. Sons of the Steward (00:04:41)
   12. The Forbidden Pool (00:07:19)
   13. Aragorn's Return (00:05:33)
   14. Entmoot (00:01:20)
   15. The Glittering Caves (00:03:08)
   16. "Where is the Horse and the Rider?" (00:01:44)
   17. "Don't Be Hasty, Master Meriadoc!" (00:00:50)
   18. The Host of the Eldar (00:03:32)
   19. The Battle of the Hornburg (00:00:01)
   20. Old Entish (00:06:22)
   21. The Breach of the Deeping Wall (00:01:37)
   22. The Entmoot Decides (00:03:25)
   23. The Retreat to Hornburg (00:01:45)
   24. Master Peregrin's Plan (00:06:02)
   25. Osgiliath (00:01:25)
   26. The Last March of the Ents (00:00:34)
   27. The Nazgül Attack (00:02:29)
   28. Forth Eorlingas (00:02:32)
   29. The Flooding of Isengard (00:04:38)
   30. The Tales That Really Mattered... (00:02:26)
   31. Fangorn Comes to Helm's Deep (00:04:45)
   32. The Final Tally (00:00:52)
   33. The Flotsam and Jetsam (00:00:40)
   34. Farewell to Faramir (00:02:03)
   35. "The Battle For Middle-earth is About to Begin" (00:02:29)
   36. Gollum's Plan (00:01:40)
   37. End Credits (00:02:23)
   38. Fan Club Credits (00:08:55)
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Disc #8 -- Lord of the Rings: The Motion Picture Trilogy Special Extended DVD Edition
   1. The Finding of the Ring (00:06:22)
   2. Journey to the Cross-raods (00:02:56)
   3. The Road to Isengard (00:02:00)
   4. The Voice of Saruman (00:07:01)
   5. Return to Edoras (00:04:41)
   6. Gollum's Villainy (00:03:58)
   7. Éowyn's Dream (00:01:57)
   8. The Palantír (00:08:07)
   9. Arwen's Vision (00:02:53)
   10. The Reforging of Narsil (00:02:00)
   11. Minas Tirith (00:05:48)
   12. The Decline of Gondor (00:02:26)
   13. Cross-roads of the Fallen King (00:01:59)
   14. "The Deep Breath Before the Plunge" (00:03:15)
   15. Minas Morgul (00:00:48)
   16. Sam's Warning (00:03:12)
   17. Pippin's Task (00:00:47)
   18. Osgiliath Invaded (00:00:27)
   19. The Lighting of the Beacons (00:03:38)
   20. Théoden's Decision (00:02:46)
   21. The Fall of Osgiliath (00:03:18)
   22. The Wizard's Pupil (00:04:19)
   23. The Stairs of Cirith Ungol (00:02:26)
   24. "Courage is the Best Defense" (00:02:00)
   25. Peregrin of the Tower Guard (00:00:39)
   26. Allegiance to Denethor (00:01:25)
   27. The Parting of Sam and Frodo (00:02:22)
   28. The Sacrifice of Faramir (00:05:19)
   29. Marshalling at Dunharrow (00:04:48)
   30. Andúril - Flame of the West (00:04:09)
   31. Aragon Takes the Paths of the Dead (00:04:41)
   32. "No More Despair" (00:02:44)
   33. Dwimorberg - The Haunted Mountain (00:01:22)
   34. The Muster of Rohan (00:02:26)
   35. The Paths of the Dead (00:01:45)
   36. The Siege of Gondor (00:07:28)
Disc #9 -- Lord of the Rings: The Motion Picture Trilogy Special Extended DVD Edition
   1. The Corsairs of Umbar (00:01:02)
   2. Shelob's Lair (00:09:07)
   3. Merry's Simple Courage (00:01:50)
   4. Ground - The Hammer of the Underworld (00:00:36)
   5. The Tomb of the Stewards (00:01:33)
   6. Breaking the Gate of Gondor (00:01:06)
   7. The Choices of Master Samwise (00:06:01)
   8. Denethor's Madness (00:01:05)
   9. The Witch King's Hour (00:02:24)
   10. The Ride of the Rohirrim (00:04:14)
   11. The Pyre of Denethor (00:02:06)
   12. The Battle of the Pelennor Fields (00:04:55)
   13. "A Far Green Country" (00:01:29)
   14. The Nazgûl and His Prey (00:01:45)
   15. The Black Ships (00:00:52)
   16. Shieldmaiden of Rohan (00:00:44)
   17. Victory at Minas Tirith (00:02:35)
   18. The Passing of Théoden (00:02:02)
   19. Oaths Fulfilled (00:01:06)
   20. The Houses of Healing (00:02:15)
   21. Pippin Looks After Merry (00:00:52)
   22. The Tower of Cirith Ungol (00:06:55)
   23. The Last Debate (00:00:46)
   24. Aragorn Masters the Palantir (00:00:56)
   25. The Captain and the White Lady (00:01:29)
   26. In the Company of Orcs (00:00:49)
   27. The Land of Shadow (00:03:41)
   28. The Mouth of Sauron (00:04:11)
   29. The Black Gate Opens (00:03:15)
   30. "I Can't Carry it For You...But I Can Carry You" (00:03:33)
   31. The Last Move (00:02:12)
   32. Mount Doom (00:01:03)
   33. "The Eagles Are Coming!" (00:01:56)
   34. The Crack of Doom (00:00:33)
   35. Sauron Defeated (00:05:38)
   36. The End of All Things (00:02:13)
   37. The Fellowship Reunited (00:03:28)
   38. The Return of the King (00:02:22)
   39. Homeward Bound (00:04:52)
   40. The Grey Havens (00:04:41)
   41. End Credits (00:09:17)
   42. Fan Club Credits (00:11:06)
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  • Posted July 7, 2011

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    amazing movies its one of the biggest epic ever made since titanic

    amazing from the very begining to the very end!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 30, 2011

    I Also Recommend:

    my 3 favorite movies that are based off of books

    amazing from begining to the very end!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    Peter Jackson's mastery of the material is ever-apparent in the adaptation of the Tolkien classic

    Originally written as one enormous epic novel, it seems fitting to devote 16 hours or more to this film collection. The extra features are fascinating and worth the time to explore.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    A MUST SEE IF YOU ENJOY LORD OF THE RINGS

    I have seen both the original and the longer set. I bought this set because we could not get the third movie to play we thought we had a bad disk. When I bought the set I had planned on giving it to my friend but, after seeing the movies I can't part with them. They are worth every penny I spent on them. I would recommed them to any one who likes Lord of the Rings.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    Spectacular

    For me, The Lord of the Rings is the ultimate cinematic experience. A superb imagining of my favorite books.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A reviewer

    These 3 movies/books are perhaps some of the most well written, well scripted and well perduced ever made, (biased). if you also enjoyed these masterpieces i strongly recommend the following as listed below especially HP and the hobbit. if you are one of those that prevers factual or informative reading this is not one i recommend for you. recently i have bought the lord of the rings siries at indigo books because as i am a canadian we do not have B&amp N here, and i am currently reading it and i will be rather sad when it is over.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    The greatest trilogy!!!

    This is perhaps the greatest movie trilogy to come along in a long time. Extended cuts are great with hours and hours of extra features.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Totally sweet!

    Finally the 3 greatest films ever made are together in one super-sweet package! With hours upon hours of gnarly extended scenes and bonus features, I hardly ever leave my mom's basement to go out and pick up chicks, go to parties, hang out with friends, meet girls.... who am I kidding. ...but still this is one radical deal!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A reviewer

    These movies are as great as the books.Know wonder these movies won alot of Academy Awards.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Lord of the Rings, a classic Trilogy!

    The movies of Lord of the Rings are not only a bunch of entertaing films, But they are also very symbolic about the Holy Bible! they teach us about fellowship, courage,trust and what will happen to all of evil in the end. So if you are fellow Christian, then these movies are just right for you!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Takes my breathe away!

    When I saw these movies I was swept away by them. They are beautifuly crafted and never fail to amaze me. I love this movie becuase it began my love for swords, battle books/movies, creatures and fantasy. Every movie I see now I compare it to the Lord of the Rings and they never match up. Every battle I see in a movie will never compare to the battles you see in this movie. Everything is so believable that I feel as if I am one of the charecters experincing everything. I am the biggest fan of the Lord of the Rings and have watched this movie so many times I cannot recall the amount. I have fallen in love with this movie and I will never be able to love a movie ever again as much as I love these. Watch these movies and you will not be dissapoined!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    LOTR RULES!!!

    THIS IS BY FAR THE BEST MOVIES i HAVE EVER SEEN! I want to watch them nearly every day! Peter Jackson did a Fabulous job picking the actors as well as staying as close to the book as possibul.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    GAZILLION STARS! A TRIUMPH

    These are by far the best movies i have ever seen in my whole 13 years on this planet! Great actors, GREAT EVERYTHING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    THE GREATEST

    This trilogy is possibly the single greatest in motion picture history. The deleted scenes make up for lost back story in the originals make them even better. The extended fight scenes are the best, especially involving Merry and Pippin. Even though these DVDs are about 12 hours put together its worth it. H-O-O-O-LY MOSES!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    the best movies i have ever seen!

    these movies are so awesome!!!!!!!!!!! i watch them everytime i can. if i could i would watch them forever. anyway, peter jackson did a very good job at directing these movies. the cast is incredible. everyone was perfect for their roles. the acting was super. i enjoyed every second of watching the movies. peter jackson intreprited jrr tolkiens works very well. i hope he can make the hobbit. it would probably be very good.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Worth getting

    I was given this as a holiday gift. (Purchased from B&N, of course). Remarkable. Having enjoyed each movie in the original DVD released version, this collection just adds to the enjoyment and pure pleasure.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Superb Films

    I recieved this set as a gift for Christmas, and must say that it is a superb gift. Not only are the extended films wonderful, but the boxes are beautiful too. These are the perfect gift for anyone, no matter if you've never read the books yet.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    One of the greatest movie masterpieces of all time

    The Lord of the Rings: The Motion Picture Trilogy (Extended Versions) is one of the greatest boxed sets of DVDs that I have ever received. I thought it was a great movie and that it was as close to the book as possible. I would also recommend reading the book as well.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Overrated

    This movie wasn't as good as I thought it be.

    0 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 13, 2008

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