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Airecristiel
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Post#121 » Thu Jan 01, 1970 12:00 am

...took off his mask and costume and showed that he was acctually one of "The knights who just until recently said Ni! but are now saying Eeka-eeka-eeka-eeka-FDANG!"

PJ steps into the scene yelling: "CUUUUT!! CUT CUT CUT!!! Ok, WHO came up with the idiotic idea to bring in old Monty Python jokes in this? I've TOLD YOU guys: I DID NOT direct Monty Python (but oh dear I whish I had) I made 'Meet The Feebles'. If you are going to put in ANYTHING from another movie, put in MY movies! They need all the promotion they can get. Ok, carry on guys."

"Well, Sam", Gandalf said, "You see, Barad-dûr is the enemies place, that's were we're heading."
"YIKES! We're heading to the enemies place???" Sam put his tail between his legs. "I don't want to go there! I'll die! Again! And again! And probably a third time too!"
"And a fourth time three", said Elrond. "OUCH! Galadriel, why are you stepping on my foot?" he cried and Galadriel whistled and looked suspiciously innocent.
"Yeah Sam, but if you go there, I'll give you a treat!" Frodo tried. "Here boy!" Sam jumped over to Frodo. "Goood boy, Sam, goood boy!"
"Er.. hello? People? We've got an elf and an ex-friendly eagle on the run here", Pippin yelled and waved with his arms to get attention.
"Always forgive your enemies; nothing annoys them so much."
/Oscar Wilde

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Darous
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Post#122 » Thu Jan 01, 1970 12:00 am

Have no fear I will catch them anbd out stepped Elrond with some wings made from sellotape and bubble wrap.
And with that he proceeded to run up a hill and jumped he actually fleew for about 2 seconds then he fell into a shoe which had been left by some dark roguish stranger
When history looks down its weird vestigial stump of a nose at us, it'll have a lot of very shitty things to say.

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Tyrhael
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Post#123 » Thu Jan 01, 1970 12:00 am

Elrond tripped and fell, rolling back down the hill, landing battered and bruised at the Grey Wizard's feet.
Then, Frodo watched in disgust as Sam...


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grondmaster
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Post#124 » Thu Jan 01, 1970 12:00 am

Walked up to Elrond and fauningly said, "Golly Gee Whiz Fish! Mister Elrond, that sure was grand. Could I have your autograph? An I'd like ta ask ya t' do it again, but we's all out a bubble wrap."
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Tyrhael
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Post#125 » Thu Jan 01, 1970 12:00 am

A minute later, Gandalf shouted, "I've got it!" and stood up quickly from the moss-encrusted boulder he had been resting upon. His blue hat fell off in all the commotion, and he made a mad grab for it in vain; the hat came to rest on Sam's head, completely dwarfing him and covering him in shadow.
"You've got what?" asked Samwise, struggling to be freed from his ... prison. "A bruise on your noggin?"
"No, Fool of a Gamgee!" replied the wizard. "An answer to why this plotline has become so screwed up. It must me a film by Ralph Bakshi, since he was so hopelessly naive to details that he couldnt even get Celeborn's name right!"
"It doesn't feel like we're in a movie," Frodo said cautiously.
"How would you know?" Gandalf spake. "Have you ever had a dream so real that you were unable to tell the dream-world from the real world? What if you were unable to wake up? How would you know where you were? Consider this movie-world to be a dream-world."
Pippin shut his ears, saying "I'd rather be in a book."
Frodo says, "Hold on! Now this sounds like a Wachowski brothers movie! We've got Gonedaft as Morpheus...And I'm Neo (his smaller version). Look, there's Agent Smi-, oh, sorry, its just you, Elrond."
"Well, it's hard to tell them apart, since they're both played by Hugo Weaving in the movies." Gandalf said.
"Anyway," Gandalf said, "I remembered that those eagles are the fifteen Chieftains of the Eagle-lords, and they're good. So how can they be evil-acting? We must be in a movie." He calls for Legolamb to come back, and not to follow the script. The Elf sheepishly returns.
"But if that is true, Mithrandir" says Leggy, "whose movie are we in? It sounds like a movie by both Bakshi and the Wachowskis."
"I know!" said Merry, who had been following them for a while without saying a word. "It sounds exactly like a Peter Jackson movie! The low-budget, philosophy-enriched style, complete with a lack of attention for details sounds like our Kiwi friend!"
"Ah!" said Gandalf. "You have solved the riddle! Now let us enter the Mines of Moria."
The Fellowship looked at each other in disbelief, each silently saying to himself, what's he talking about??
"Oh! Sorry, wrong movie." amended Gandalf hastily. "Well, now that we know we're in a movie, let us be off! We must go to the TRUE Dark Tower, the place where the scripts and cameras are, stealthily recording our every action. To Wellington!"
The Company agreed, and went on the march to New Zealand (which happens to not exist yet in ME, but PJ doesnt concern himself with such details :) ), singing a song, deep and low:
To Wellington! Though Wellington be ringed and barred with doors of stone;
Though Wellington be strong and hard, as cold as stone and bare as bone,
We go, we go, we go to war, to hew the stone and break the door;
For bole and bough are burning now, the furnace roars - we go to war!
To land of gloom with tramp of doom, with roll of drum, we come, we come;
To Wellington with doom we come!
With doom we come, with doom we come!

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Tyrhael
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Post#126 » Thu Jan 01, 1970 12:00 am

Disclaimer I have nothing against Peter Jackson, the Wachoski brothers, or Ralph Bakshi, or Wellington and its inhabitants, or the country of New Zealand. I actually tremendously enjoyed PJ's version of the movies, and I used a sense of parody and bias in the opposite sense because I have noticed that members on this site (not all, mind you!) have a tendency to not like PJ's LotR movies. Therefore I biased my P-O-V to include theirs, hoping to spruce up the story a little and hopefully make it easier for others to add to the ever-growing story. :D nn[Edited on 8/7/2003 by Arcormacolindóva]

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grondmaster
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Post#127 » Thu Jan 01, 1970 12:00 am

Sayeth the Pippin, "Hey, there's a body of water, lets dam it up and flood the blighters out of their Dark Tower."

"Don't be stupid, you Fool of a Took," replied Merry, "this is an island and you can't dam up an ocean, especially one as big as the Specific; and even if you could, we'd all drown ever afore the water reached those guys in up the TRUE Dark Tower, what's currently locating in Wellington."
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Tyrhael
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Post#128 » Thu Jan 01, 1970 12:00 am

*[plz ppl, continue this thread!]*

Then, they saw a black speck falling from the sky. It was the Withc-King of Angmar, on Ancalagon the Black!

"Ankly! I thought you were dead!" cried Gandalf.
Angmar dismounted the Beast and flew to the ground; he pulled out a massive greatsword of obsidian and steel; proceeding to chop off Galadriel's head, since he had mistaken her for Éowyn. The blade fell with blinding speed and the Jewel of the Noldor stood there, dazed.
Then, when it was a hair's breadth away from her neck, she took her two hands and smashed them on either side of the blade, stoping it; whilst throwing the Captain of Carn Dûm out of the air and onto the ground.
"What business does a Black One and a Dragon have in the lands of Men and Elves? Speak quickly!"
The Fell One hastily screeched out an endless defiant note, of which the following words could be discerned: 'Nubin sherkuk, rakhizinash, matizinashûk!'
Gimli rolled his eyes and said "So much for the legendary courtesy of the Wraiths! Speak words we can all understand!"
So the Black One hissed "I smell your blood, I shall devour it; eat it all!"
Sam started to whimper and said "this guys starting to creep me out!"
The company then decided that they were going to -...




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grondmaster
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Post#129 » Thu Jan 01, 1970 12:00 am

... adjourn to Mickey-D's for burgers and fries.

Mean while the forces of evil ...
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Rawien
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Post#130 » Thu Jan 01, 1970 12:00 am

Were getting a bit p*ssed off cus no one seemed to be taking them seriousley, and there was also the fact that they prefered Burger King...

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