Corrected entry: After leaving Lothlorien, the Fellowship paddle down the Anduin River towards the Falls of Rauros. Legolas, because of his keen Elven senses, looks to *his* left towards the river bank, on the *eastern shore*. The River Anduin flows from north to south, and they are heading south. The Uruk-hai arrive from the west, so he should really be looking to his right side, towards the western shore.
Corrected entry: During the fight scenes in Moria, Aragorn's bow is strung and he uses it both in Balin's Tomb and later on the stairs. He's also seen carrying it strung outside Moria, then the scene cuts away to 20 seconds of slow motion and music, and cuts back to Aragorn sheathing his sword and the bow is on his back, destrung.
Corrected entry: In Jackson's films the word 'Uruk' is reserved for Saruman's mutated soldiers only, as opposed to the smaller common orc of Moria, Mordor, etc. But according to Tolkien, the term 'Uruk' is actually the orcs' own word for an orc, and the term 'Uruk-hai' is the orcs' term for a group of orcs.
Corrected entry: Towards the end of the movie, where Boromir is collecting wood and he has the fight with Frodo, Frodo puts the Ring on his finger, somehow it went from the chain he had it on to his finger without any problems. the next time he has the Ring is when he takes it off (no chain) and offers it to Strider (no chain) when he is down by the river, he has it on the chain in his hand...too much action going on with that chain.
Corrected entry: In the scene where Gandalf and Saruman are walking and talking about the Ring being in the Shire all along, there is grass and trees growing, and a corner of the tower of Isengard is seen. However, later in the movie when we see the tower of Isengard, the surrounding area is all charred and black. So where did Gandalf and Saruman go walking?
Corrected entry: At the Council of Elrond, Gandalf starts to speak the language of Mordor. When we see the wide shot of the council, Elrond is seen putting his hand to his forehead. There is then a close-up of Elrond putting his hand on his forehead again. You can tell it's different and not one continuous motion because the finger positions on Elrond's hand are different in each shot. Extended DVD.
Corrected entry: The first arrow Boromir takes is right over his heart, the second to the bottom of his stomach. We don't see the third arrow hit him, we just see that it's lodged in the middle of his abdomen and the Horn of Gondor is broken. When did it break? The arrow wasn't shot from the right angle for it to have split the horn and land where it did. The UrukHai that shot the arrows was not in front of him but almost lined up with him.
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