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nerdasaurus1200 · 2 hours ago
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Friendly reminder that this was Sméagol’s reaction to hearing his name for the first time in 560 years.
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Lord of the Rings characters that definitely had an emo phase:
Frodo
Aragorn
Merry
Eowyn
Characters that didn't have a phase but have always been emo on the inside:
Gandalf
Faramir
Gollum
Elrond
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mania-mono · 20 hours ago
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Listen isn't Gollum a lot like Qi Rong? Same whiny and utter madness? Just a thought.
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akuaktor · 22 hours ago
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nerdasaurus1200 · a day ago
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Part 2
And this led to epiphany after epiphany. The first of which being this- Cassandra’s grandparents are Shelob and Sméagol. Bear with me on this.
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If you look closely, you can see a fair amount of physical similarities. Obviously Shelob has black hair like Gothel and Cass. Particularly as Gollum, Sméagol and Gothel seem to have the same cheekbones, as well as the same eye structure. Shelob also has green eyes, just like Cass and Gothel do. Not to mention Smeagol has curly hair like Gothel and Cass do as well. This could also provide a solid explanation as to why Cass would hold the moonstone without dying or losing a limb; she was a quarter Maia, a literal goddess, giving her a little bit more kick than the average human does.
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smeedlesfrogfood · a day ago
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tierlist of all The Hobbit adaptations that I've seen
1. The Hobbit film (1977) by Rankin/Bass
The main reason for this film being the first is that they actually included almost everything from the book and thus managed to keep the plot and main points of the story similar to the original text. Not to mention that the songs did a good job bringing the poems to life, even their own additions strengthening the overall story. (9/10 for how they portrayed the Elf-king)
2. The Hobbit television play (1985) by Vladimir Latyshev
Though it doesn't show several key scenes and characters, the teleplay still manages to be one of the best adaptations of the novel. It's second in the list for several reasons, one of them being the fact that they cleverly made Tolkien himself the narrator of the story, something no other adaptation has done. The other main reason being that this adaptation managed to pinpoint the whimsical vibe of The Hobbit. (7/10 for the epic music)
3. Hobitit TV series (1993) by Timo Torikka
The events of The Hobbit were shown in just one 30 minute episode to explain the history of the ring. The only material it uses from the book is the meeting of Bilbo and Gollum. Showing just this is the reason for it's third place. Overall has a great portrayal of both their characters. (3/10 for not actually being an adaptation of The Hobbit)
4. The Hobbit film trilogy (2012, 2013, 2014) by Peter Jackson
By far the longest adaptation, around 8 hours in total, which is because of all the added things that were never mentioned in the book. Gets fourth place because they tried to make a whimsical and fairytale-like story into an action movie filled with battles while trying to recreate The Lord of the Rings. They also moved the focus of the story from Bilbo and his journey to all the battles he never even witnessed. (2/10 for Gollum)
5. The Hobbit short film (1967) by Gene Deitch
This is the shortest adaptation, just under 12 minutes, and in my opinion the worst one. The story is barely the same, the film having just a few key scenes in common with the book. They added a character, princess Mirka, and got rid of most the characters from the original text. They tried to make Bilbo a heroic dragon slayer and gave him a love interest. (0.5/10 for Slag the dragon)
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fishy-and-nonfishy · a day ago
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deepfriedanon · a day ago
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Thanks to my voice being a low and at times a bit gravelly, I do great Gollum impressions.
My precious....
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terresdebrume · a day ago
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fun discovery of tonight: Gollum, who has been on forced rest and thus very bored for the past month or so, has learned "Do you want the cockroach?" ridiculously fast as a signal shill get to play video games
(I have no doubt she'll learn the fish variant soon but she's especially fond of the roach vid, possibly because she's actually seen those in real life)
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sam would murder smeagol and drag his dead body back like a cat showing love and frodo would start screaming
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geekysteven · 2 days ago
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not to be a smeagol apologist or anything but i bought this smooth goldstone ring that sparkles when it comes into contact with any light and im not gonna lie to you, this shit slaps
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koynoyok4n · 3 days ago
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b2the2nd · 3 days ago
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Okay but like, has anyone talked about how Gollum is directing the Venom sequel?? Why am I just finding this out
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thenerdyduke18 · 4 days ago
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Those hobbitses got my previous!!!
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