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This is the end of the trilogy, and it did the rest of the series well with its no-nonsense style. It is by far the best movie in the series, and there are many reasons why. We learn so much more about the state of the Stewards of Gondor in this movie. Get an idea of exactly how palintirs work, and get away from the sappy romance of Aragorn (Viggo Mortensen) and Arwen (Liv Tyler) for awhile. We see more focus on Frodo (Elijah Wood) and Sam’s (Sean Astin) trek into Mordor, and how much influence Gandalf (Sir Ian McKellan) and even Pippin Took (Billy Boyd) has in the grand scheme of things. We are treated to the simple grandeur of Rohan, and the bravery of Eowen (Miranda Otto) and Eomer (Karl Urban). Read more... (795 words, 165 images, estimated 3:11 mins reading time)
In 2001, the world awaited with baited breath to see the Trilogy finally unfold on the big screen. The epic scope was everything we dreamed of, but there were some bad flaws with this script. The hobbits and Gandalf were well done, and the Shire seems like the most peaceful place ever, but once Frodo and Samwise set out on their mission to destroy Sauron’s One Ring, things go artistically awry. We don’t really know in the telling of the film that Gandalf had been gone from the Shire for 17 years after Bilbo’s 111th birthday bash, or that Frodo and Samwise where 50 years old when they headed out. The obvious thing that gave this the PG-13 rating were the Ring-Wraiths. Many a child who saw this movie might have gotten a pretty good scare from them. So many things could have been added, and when you have so much to work with, perhaps it is best to remember to add some important secondary characters. The extremely old and merry Tom Bombadil was never even mentioned, as was his ever elusive quest, to have the water nymph, Goldberry, as his own. Bree-lands was as well as expected, but there was no mention of Bill Ferny and his Southern bandits. The Midgewater Marshes were just perfect, and there could never be enough bugs, as is true with any marsh. Weathertop and the Lonelands were a bit too green for plains, and the Trollshaws, where they met up with Arwen were far too open. Read more... (681 words, 129 images, estimated 2:43 mins reading time)