No!!! I disagree and however, it's like happen in Disney's फ्रोज़न that Anna has a प्यार त्रिकोण, त्रिभुज as well but I don't want that happen here (either the सेकंड part या third या both) and आप know, it will be ruling of Legolas' storyline in LOTR.
I don't think it's a प्यार triangle, Legolas and Tauriel are just friends. The romantic connection just happens between Kili and Tauriel. I don't dislike this addition to the plot of the films. I'm a hardcore प्रशंसक of the पुस्तकें and Tolkien, but I'm not mad with those things that weren't in the book because we can't forget it's an adaptation from the book, it won't be the same, exactly as it is in the book. I trust Peter and I think he's doing the best job he can do with the films, I'm deeply grateful for that.
I'm mixed: I agree and disagree, in a way. I'm disliking it purely out of disliking almost any twisting of canon. It feels like romance thrown in for the sake of it. But I can't think of any reason to dislike it apart from it not appearing in Tolkien's writing.
Yes as this is a adaptation of the book its always going to be different from the book. I think the त्रिकोण, त्रिभुज allows Legolas to शामिल होइए in with the story और instead of them being a one off cameo in Mirkwood. It will be interesting to see how the relationship pans out :)
No. It's ridiculous. All the detail they could have put into Murkwood... and instead, they chose to pad the film out with a stupid प्यार triangle. What annoys me is that they missed things out that WERE in the book, and put things in that WERE'NT in the book. I think it was a mistake to make The Hobbit into three films. After the EPIC job he did on the Lord of The Rings films, I would never have thought Peter Jackson would make a big blunder like that. Back to the प्यार त्रिकोण, त्रिभुज problem, though, I wonder if they just wanted to appeal to the female audience द्वारा adding a pointless woman character. If so, then they should have included the (I don't remember the book at all well, so I'm sorry if I sound stupid, now) river woman. The one who was with Tom Bombadil. Not this बिना सोचे समझे elf they've invented.
Please correct me on the 'river woman' bit of this rant, if आप can. My memory is very poor. Thanks in advance. :P
I have learned to प्यार the पुस्तकें and the फिल्में separately. While they haven't stayed absolutely true to The Hobbit (I really wanted to see Bilbo taunt the spiders :( ), I can't help but प्यार the फिल्में as their own thing.
I प्यार the पुस्तकें and I प्यार the movies. Details that aren't included in the फिल्में that were in the पुस्तकें या details included in the फिल्में that weren't in the पुस्तकें just don't ruin either for me.
That aside, I totally ship Tauriel and Kili. I mean, COME ON. "Do आप think she could ever प्यार me?" I'm totally fangirling. Don't judge me.
I like the element because there's so much anger and hate between the dwarfs and the elves. For the two to shed all of that aside and find प्यार in each other appeals to the romantic in me that is hidden very, very deep.
I can't decide if Tauriel has real feelings beyond friendship with Legolas. It seems like she doesn't, except for the scene with Legolas' father when he tells her he thinks Legolas has developed feelings for her, but that he'd never approve of the relationship. She seemed kind of hopeful and happy in that scene upon finding out that Legolas has feelings for her, but at the same time, in the rest of the movie, she seems kind of annoyed with him.
That and she has a definite connection with Kili and she risked her life to save him. I have a feeling they might kill her off, though, but maybe not. I can't remember if Kili was one of the casualties in the big war. Though even if he died in the book, they may not kill him in the movie. Who knows? I'm just enjoying the ride.
Also, side note: Was it just me या are Orlando's eyes like super intense in the movie?
I don't like it... Actually, there is no प्यार triangle. And besides, Peter Jackson has confirmed that there will be no romantic connection between Legolas and Tauriel. But I don't mind if Kili and Tauriel get together. And Tauriel did call Leggy "mellon".
It disrupted the flow of the movie. Basically it ruined much of it.
Tauriel was not a needed character, though, I agree with Legolas being in it. The problem with The Hobbit, and later LOTR stories was that Tolkein did not yet create Legolas in The Hobbit. Later, he must have decided, "it'd be neat to have someone representing his people, but the king cannot leave his सिंहासन --I know! Thranduil has a son! A prince!" So try to make a movie, knowing Legolas isn't home. It just doesn't make sense.