albinwonderland:

andyouhavemybow:

middle earth meme: 1/3 men - Faramir

Here was one with an air of high nobility such as Aragorn at times revealed, less high perhaps, yet also less incalculable and remote: one of the Kings of Men born into a later time, but touched with the wisdom and sadness of the Eldar Race…He was a captain that men would follow…even under the shadow of the black wings.

i have so many faramir feelings

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cleolinda:

1) The “if you want him” shot is one of my most favoritest in the whole movie.

2) “SHE-ELF” makes me laugh so hard.

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One does not simply walk into Mordor… There is evil there that does not sleep. The great Eye is ever watchful. It is a barren wasteland, riddled with fire, ash, and dust. The very air you breathe is a poisonous fume.

- Boromir.

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owyn, Éowyn!” cried Éomer amid his tears. But she opened her eyes and said: "Éomer! What joy is this? For they said that you were slain. Nay, but that was only the dark voice in my dreams. How long have I been dreaming?"

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Lord of the Rings + silhouettes

Lord of the Rings + silhouettes

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magpieandwhale:

SHRIEK

GIGGLE

GIGGLESHRIEK

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Molony’s career took a while to get out of the blocks. The drama department at Trinity College, Dublin, turned him down for picking a sweeping camera shot at the start of The Lord of the Rings as the most important cultural moment of 2002.
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The Stage: “Damien Molony: Magic Moments”, 20 January 2012

Flawless human being is flawless.

(via hal-yeah)

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Today’s Conservatives rationalise everything by financial value. When I was still young, Mrs Thatcher toured St Hilda’s College, Oxford, and asked a girl what she studied. “Norse literature,” she said. “What a luxury,” replied the prime minister, anticipating the current government’s suspicion of humanities, but not anticipating the subsequent global financial value of the Lord of the Rings franchise. Fed by Tolkien’s study of Norse myth, the trilogy bled out of The Hobbit, which he originally wrote for a minority audience no bigger than that comprising his own bedtime children.

(Tolkien is, however, rumoured to have charged his offspring all their pocket money to hear the end of the tale, having already got them hooked. This “first hit’s for free” technique he learned dealing heroin to CS Lewis, who only began the Narnia chronicles in order to have a reason to meet his supplier every week in the Eagle and Child pub. Anyone who has ever tangoed with Sister Brown Eye will recognise immediately the safe warm feeling of falling into a wardrobe full of fur coats. And then having tea with a man with goat’s legs.)

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