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Old 12-05-03, 07:23 PM
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Criterion LOTR Trilogy?

A friend of mine said that Criterion was going to work on a 13-14 disc LOTR trilogy Criterion release (4 discs for each movie and 1-2 additional exclusive discs).

Is he talking out of his behind or could this be possible?
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I think I sense an ass talking.
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Sounds like you got bunned.
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I hear it is coming out right before the Star Wars Criterion and right AFTER Good Burger Criterion.
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Its actually gonna be a 26 disc set but SHHHHHHHHH!!!!
Dont tell anybody!
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I'm sure PJ will get right on this as soon as he finishes his TV series about Treebeard the crime-solving ent.
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I think I see him tonight, I'll ask for his source What's funny is that he said it with such authority.
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New Line (AKA AOL-Time-Warner) licensing one of their most valuable media properties to another company.









Excuse me.



And maybe Lyndon LaRouche will be President in 2005.
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Gee I hope he's right! God knows those Lord of the Rings DVDs sure are lacking in extra materials!
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Originally posted by Inverse


I'm sure PJ will get right on this as soon as he finishes his TV series about Treebeard the crime-solving ent.
WOW!!

Gollum as the CGI announcer:

Tune in next week to see Treebeard pop some capssss into those lying thievessssssy Hobbitss, They will be tricksy my precious, gollum.
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Originally posted by gcribbs
WOW!!

Gollum as the CGI announcer:

Tune in next week to see Treebeard pop some capssss into those lying thievessssssy Hobbitss, They will be tricksy my precious, gollum.
PJ talks about it (jokingly) in the EE commentaries.
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This is true.



In an alternate dimension. Of course it's also the same dimension where the Star Wars prequels used half as much CGI and consequently, didn't suck.
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Is it snowing in hell??
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Originally posted by Neeb
This is true.



In an alternate dimension. Of course it's also the same dimension where the Star Wars prequels used half as much CGI and consequently, didn't suck.
They'd probably still suck, but at least they'd be cheaper to make.
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This news is hot!



When is the slated release date?
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Lets get the rumor mills started..if it already hasn't started yet.

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