Re: The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey - Grading & Discussion (Spoilers
Yeah, it's allegedly like the soap opera effect.
Captain Craig wrote:
I'm wondering if the Necromancer is tied to Sauron's(sp) eventually fall?
The Necromancer is
If there's a scene in this film most strongly tied to Sauron's eventual fall, it's Riddles in the Dark
Flying Spaghetti Monster wrote:
But look at the way Fellowship ended. A man who no one could fully trust because of his fixation on the Ring and his own needs dies a heroic death trying to save the hobbits. Aragorn earns his respect, and with a simple look, he realizes that he must become a leader of Men. The film ends with the breaking of the Fellowship, but, after some cajoling, Frodo realizes that Sam's presence is essential.
Look at the way AUJ ended. Because Bilbo demonstrated his heroism he earned Thorin's respect and was finally accepted as a legitimate member of the company. This dynamic is not dissimilar.
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Last edited by Set Harth; January 3 2013 at 12:21 AM.