Has anybody else watched all 6 Star Wars films back to back?
> You'll have to do the Star Treks next ssx, just have a med-team
Not sure on that, I was never as keen on the Trek movies. My brother has a few of them (II and IV in particular are worth a watch I think), but I don't think I'd watch them all back to back. For the real challenges, I guess it has to be TV series - 24 was okay, but can two series of 24 be managed? Perhaps every single episode of Futurama or Family Guy (best to try that now before too many more are made).
Am I obsessed with Sharpe for having lots of Sharpe books?
*Hides all Red Dwarf-related paraphenalia*
18 LotR DVDs (well, two boxsets, the normal ones and then the extended), two editions of the book (the pride and joy being a very old red cloth bound copy, very early edition I think), several The Hobbits, Unfinished Tales, Silmarillion etc etc etc
> My mate did that twice in one day I think. He also cried at the end
> of The Return of The King because he was upset it was over. He has
> got 20+ discs of LOTR of one sort or another and all the books.
Your mate's a t##t.
We got bored, despite loving the story.
> Emitime wrote:
> Dringo wrote:
> The books are fantastic pieces of literature.
> The films are fantastic pieces of visual entertainment.
> But the brilliance of both are in no way equal.
> One is a film and the other is book. To be honest the book, despite
> being intensely imaginitive, is flawed.
I never noticed them. So they can't have been that huge.