Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
[Men and elves stand at Helm's Deep.]
[Saruman's army slowly approaches, shouting and rumbling.]
[Legolas and Gimli stand at the wall. Gimli has some trouble seeing over the wall.]
Gimli: "Argh. You could have picked a better spot."
[Aragorn comes to them.]
Gimli: "Well lad, the luck you live by, let's hope it lasts the night."
[There is lightning and a rumble of thunder.]
Legolas: "Your friends are with you, Aragorn."
Gimli: "Let's hope they last the night."
[Théoden and his men watch on as it starts to rain.]
[The troops of Saruman walk forward, carrying torches and long spears.]
[The women and children sit silently in the caves, listening.]
[Aragorn walks back and forth on the wall.]
Aragorn: "A Eruchîn, ú-dano i faelas a hyn an uben tanatha le faelas!" (Show them no mercy! For you shall receive none!)
[The Uruk-hai stop. Aragorn walks forward and looks down at the huge army.]
Gimli: "What's happening out there?"
Legolas: "Shall I describe it to you? Or would you like me to find you a box?"
[The Uruks pound their spears and roar. The men and elves in the fortress ready their weapons.]
[And old man accidentally shoots an arrow, hitting an orc.]
[Everything goes silent, as the orc falls down, dead.]
Aragorn: "Dartho!" (Hold!)
[The Uruks roar in anger and charge.]
Théoden: "So it begins."
[As the army below runs forward, the elves prepare to shoot their arrows.]
Legolas: "Faeg i-varv dîn na lanc a nu ranc." (Their armor is weak at the neck and under the arms.)
Aragorn: "Leithio i philinn!" (Fire!)
[The bows are released and the Uruks showered with arrows.]
Gimli: "Anybody hit anything?"
Théoden: "Give them a volley."
[More arrows are shot.]
Aragorn: "Tangado a chadad!" (Keep firing!)
Gimli: "Come on! Send them to me!"
[Many Uruks fall dead. The Uruks shoot arrows back. A dead elf falls from the wall. The Uruks put up ladders.]
Aragorn: "Pendraid!" (Ladders!)
[The Uruk-hai climb the ladders. Heavy fighting follows.]
Gimli: "Legolas, two already!"
Legolas: "I'm on seventeen!"
Gimli: "Argh! I'll have no pointy-ear outscoring me!"
[More ladders rise against the walls.]