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I've only read the ones relating to movies I know, but the theories that involve "this is all the protagonist's dreams or delusions" never get me convinced. They just seem too far fetched, and too cliche. Sorry.
I also don't buy the Titanic theory. The tone of the movie was too realistic for time traveling to fit in it.
One theory I that did get me thinking is the "Lord of the Rings" theory. I don't think it's right, it seems OOC for Gandalf not to offer the safest way to get to Mordor if such an option existed. I think he didn't send the eagles first because he did not want to endanger them. As a wizard he was committed to everyone's safety, and the eagles did not choose to take part in the journey. I think he sent them when he did because after Saouron's defeat it was safe to send them into Mordor. Not to mention before they would have been confronted by Saruman's spies.