MEMM Day 11

Prompt:  Favorite moment/line in The Return of the King

Surprisingly, this is almost easy for me.




Hearts forever and ever, amen.


Another favorite part is…



And, of course, the Last Battle of Such Incredible Magnificence.  Seriously.  I love that last battle so. much.  






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  1. I am very rarely a laugh out loud person when it comes to movies or tv shows. There aren't that many things that have made me laugh like that! Modern Family makes me laugh out loud a lot though, but other than that, it is a rare find.

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    1. Haha, I get that;) But wait, I'm a trifle confused…what made you laugh in particular right now?:D

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    2. LOL..It took me a minute to figure out what you meant. I guess I didn't write that clear. I meant I don't find a lot of things in tv and movies that make me laugh like how you could find a ton of things in the Lord of the Rings movies. : P

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    3. Ohhh haha I get it now;) Yes…I'm a bit too easily amused *aherm*

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  2. Mmmmmm, I love how Eowyn and Faramir have to see themselves clearly first, and then they can see each other and know how much they can help each other, and... yeah, they're wonderful.

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    1. YES. Faramir and Eowyn are definitely my favorite LOTR couple…but Aragorn and Arwen are a VERY close second;)

      They're just amazing. After all their suffering and trying to find themselves in someone else's approval…*blissful sigh*

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  3. Awww, you're such a romantic! :-D That's so cool! That first scene you show must be in the extended edition, then, cuz I just watched the theatrical version of RotK but didn't see that part.

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    1. Heehee, yeah. I try to hide it, but...it's hopeless;)
      Yes, it's in the extended, and it is SO. GOOD.

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