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LOTR World Premier Tonight

FortKnox (169099) writes | more than 12 years ago

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London is the first to see it. Until tonight, the only people allowed a viewing have been a few of the elite movie critics, and they have all given their positive reactions. Tonight, in London, is the World Preview of 'Lord of the Rings'. Can't wait to hear reactions. Maybe some British /.'ers can give us a review?London is the first to see it. Until tonight, the only people allowed a viewing have been a few of the elite movie critics, and they have all given their positive reactions. Tonight, in London, is the World Preview of 'Lord of the Rings'. Can't wait to hear reactions. Maybe some British /.'ers can give us a review?

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Can't wait for the 19th (1)

Foochar (129133) | more than 12 years ago | (#2682429)

Am I the only wondering if the internet is going to come to grinding halt on the 19th as every single techie takes the afternoon off to go see this movie?. And this isn't the classic U.S. centric view of the internet, as the movie is being released simultaniously in America, Australia and Europe I believe.

This wasn't posted (2)

gmhowell (26755) | more than 12 years ago | (#2684064)

This wasn't posted, yet seemingly every story about Harry Potter was?

Curiouser and curiouser.

Maybe you SHOULD start a /.-ish site.

Re:This wasn't posted (1)

FortKnox (169099) | more than 12 years ago | (#2684354)

yeah, the past two articles in this journal (not my personal entries) have been rejected on a slow news day. They'd rather talk about cheap boxes, and put in 3D artists for a hook, (who here hasn't heard of pricewatch.com?) than anything I post. They still might be sour about my other postings, lately.

I posted a request for author 'ask/.' to see if I can get some of my complaints answered. We'll see where it goes...

Maybe I'll use PHPNuke as the basis of a /.-ish site.... I dunno if I have time to whip out a J2EE servlet site with struts...
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