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on July 21, 2003
With wonderful special effects, fantastic acting, and spectacular music (score) 'The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers' is a movie that I highly recommend you buy for VHS or DVD! Winner of two Oscars, three BAFTA Awards, and four MTV Movie Awards 'The Two Towers' is NOT a movie for anyone to miss. 'The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers' is a great movie! It is even better than its marvelous prequel 'Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Ring'.
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on June 20, 2003
The Original Two Towers was awesome and I cen tell taht the Extended Edition will clear up little confusions and issues. I am so excited this edtionis supossed tobe 45 minutes longer and with tons and tons more extra stuff. I give this five rings
o o o o o (hint,hint)Can 't wait until I have it shipped to me. This one is greater than the first movie and much, much richer. I recommend this film to everyone. You won't be dissapointed.
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on December 2, 2003
See...the Hobbits are supposed to be the common man, the people we relate to. Aragorn and his ilk are supposed to be the mythical, those we watch through the Hobbit's eyes. But it seemed like in this film the Hobbits played less of a role, in favor of Aragorn being the main character. More power to them, as this choice is probably safer in terms of making movie-goers happy, but it personally made me like it a bit less then the last flick.
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on November 24, 2003
It's difficult to say anything other than "wow!" when seeing this version of the film. It explains everything that is left in question by the theatrical release and tones down Faramir to a closer rendition of the character in the book. Basically, he's not so much a bad guy. I can't say much more than that I love it and it's worth every penny to own.
Also, look for the secret bonus from the MTV awards, it's hysterical!
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on May 14, 2003
The movie The lord of the rings the two towers was really good.
My dad is a big tolkien fan! Maybe too big, so of course I saw it. In my oppinion it is much better than The lord of the rings the fellowship of the ring. Plus Golem is in it. Golem is a little creature that once was a hobbit. If youve read any of the books or saw any of the movies, you would know what i am talking about. The lord of the rings 2 is definetly a must see!
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on August 15, 2003
the only reason i would buy this dvd is because of the preview for return of the king.
Hopefully this movie has inspired people to read the trilogy, as well as the Silmarillion and tolkien's lost tales. Tolkien is a master storyteller and Peter Jackson can only do his best to tell the story faithfully by following the book as closely as possible.
This movie trilogy proves that reading the book is much better than the movie.
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on December 6, 2003
The extra footage in this edition of The Two Towers goes a long way towards improving the film adaptation of this book. I was especially glad to see the fleshing out of Faramir because it shows you why he wanted to bring the Ring to his father so badly, and his parting conversation with Frodo and Sam in the sewer below Osgiliath further redeemed his character. It was also nice to see Sean Bean again as Boromir briefly in flashback.
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on November 20, 2003
The film itself (first two discs) seems great, and is a definate must buy, but on the copy I purchased the 3rd and 4th discs do not play. They continually bounce between the 1st & 2nd index markers, never showing anything but a black screen. Trying to jump ahead does nothing. It's as if they were indexed incorrectly. Has anyone else had this problem? I'll be returning the discs to Borders today to see if it's just this copy.
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on May 18, 2004
The Two Towers picks up where Fellowship left off and didn't leave any quality filmmaking behind! Peter Jackson is a brilliant director achieving what many thought (including Tolkien himself) was impossible-adapting these books into films. These are more than just films though, they are masterpieces that, like the books, raised the bar within their medium. Top notch film! It should be illegal to not see these movies at least once!
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on December 30, 2003
Great movie - great characters - great acting - wonderful special effects - and it even manages funny moments in the midst of parts favorite characters could die any moment. And that is hard to do without making it seem silly, but they've done it here.
And the Special Edition is worth the extra money. It includes deletes scenes, extra commentaries, and much more then the normal version of the DVD.
Recommended for everyone.
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