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12 December 2003 @ 11:36 am
fl99gator is my party's ringbearer. :)  

sadbutnotears
Some of the scenes can be pretty sad but you don't
(or don't usually) cry at them. It doesnt look
like you're going to cry during Return Of The
King but then again I've heard this could be
the saddest movie of all three Lord Of The
Rings movies. Don't worry though you will
probably be able to borrow a tissue from the
person sitting beside you.


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Kendra, can I borrow a tissue when the movie's out? :)
 
 
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fl99gator on December 12th, 2003 10:34 am (UTC)
boo hoo hoo! :(
Oh course you can borrow a tissue . . . I'll be bringing them, I hate being a slobbery mess - I'm just really hoping I won't be sobbing hysterically, that's pretty embarrassing . . . last time I did that in the theatre, was during Titanic (I don't want to embarrass the people I'm with). But preparations are underway for a weekend LOTR marathon - watching the first one (FOTR) tomorrow night at my house and then the second one Sunday night (at someone else's house maybe). It should be fun . . .
Michael: Ghostly Blueservermonkey on December 12th, 2003 10:42 am (UTC)
Re: boo hoo hoo! :(
LOL.

Titanic was kind of sad in parts.

The last time Rachel and I witnessed someone boo hooing at a movie was during Conspiracy Theory, when Mel Gibson's character, Jerry seemed to be dead. We heard a lady cry out, "Oh $#!t, Jerry!"

We were like, "FREAK"

Pretty funny stuff.