this might be a stupid question but ill ask it anyway...
whats the reason movie makers and/or game creators try to avoid a certain scene if it depicts something that could remind or look like the twin towers attack or the virginia tech massacre...
I mean a person watching (for example) LOTR the two towers, when the towers fall in the movie, he wont directly be reminded of the attacks and/or wont have a violent outburst in the theater or home...I mean its a movie and nothing more
I've read the LoTR several times and only one tower fell (collaped). one tower fell (Captured) at the beginning of the book "Return of the king" the Other fell (Collaped)
at the end of that book. . . The book the two towers was made of actually of parts 3 and 4 of LoTR with was originally 6 parts divided into 3 books ( 2 parts in each book). part 3 was titled " The Treason of Isengard." part 4 was " The Journey of the Ringbearers or The Ring Goes East. " Isengard was the stronghold of Saruman while Barad-dûr Was the stronghold of Sauron. . The two towers is about the union of the 2 towers. . . the 2 towers are very far apart like hundreds of miles. .
Also It was written in stages between 1937 and 1949, much of it during World War I.
I see no simularity in the book and recent events. the story is only the last movement of a mythology that Tolkien had worked on since 1917.
When I watch the movies the things that appear to me are friendship, Valor and courage. .
The reason the game and movie industry avoid such issues as what looks like the twin towers attack or the virginia tech massacre..well its a matter of good taste and poor taste. . .
Are you sure? I don't see how BOTH towers could fall in the 2nd installment, when Sauron's Tower of Mordor only toppled after the ring was destroyed...
sorry my bad. I didnt explain that in that movie both towers were meant to be destroyed, and it was meant to be featured on the two towers, then it was changed O_O
***LOTR the two towers, when the towers fall in the movie***
Hmmm... I only remember ONE tower falling, and that was in "Return Of The King"
Well, that's what I get for buzzing through the books...