Reviews and Problems with The Lord Of The Rings: The Fellowship Of The Ring
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A Significant Bore
12 October 2014
Excerpt: The extravagance and scope of Middle-earth, the fantastical realm first conceived by J. R.R. Tolkien in the 30's and finally realised on the big screen by Peter Jackson at the dawn of a new millennium, has had a gargantuan impact on contemporary literature and film.
Summary: okay it is not long until the hobbit come's out so let's review lord of the rings.lord of the rings the fellowship of the ring.this movie is a classic I mean the score and the visual effect's are amazing.
Excerpt: An utterly brilliant masterpiece on every level, Peter Jackson delivered way beyond all possible expectations one of the greatest movies ever made- period. "Fellowship Of The Ring", like the equally brilliant "Two Towers", "Return Of The King" and underrated "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey", puts...
Excerpt: Fellowship is most likely my favorite of the trilogy, because it has all the elements of Towers and Return, but has better pacing and I just love the all round introduction and the inception of this remarkable story.
Summary: This is my favorite of the trilogy. The film creates a charming group of characters in its Hobbit cast and the world of Tolkien feels fresh and intriguing. Plus, some of the scariest moments of the trilogy are the arrival of the evil Nazgul in the unassuming world of the Shire, as well as the...
Excerpt: It is unsurprising that critics have taken The Lord Of The Rings: The Fellowship Of The Ring to liking. It's rich story, fantastic set pieces and marvelous special effects make all this clear. And fans of the books are certainly pleased, I would imagine.
Excerpt: Peter Jackson's ambitious stab at bringing Tolkien's much loved novel to the screen is a real technical achievement. The sumptuous visuals and epic scale bring the world of Middle Earth to life in a way that could never have been attempted before.