The Lord Of The Rings: An Analysis

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The Lord of the Rings is an epic trilogy that leads the viewer through mystical lands and intense gore filed battles. Lord of the Rings is a series of novels by J.R.R Tolkien that was made into three films and effectively created one of the most loyal fan bases. The Lord of the Rings is a movie franchise that has not only been shown throughout many age groups but also has made impacts on the film industry entirely. These films will go down in history as one of the greatest films of the 21st century.
The Lord of the Rings first movie: The Fellowship of the Ring follows a young hobbit who is given the task of taking a mystical the Ring with unknown power to Mount Doom, the only place it can be destroyed, so that it may never fall into the wrong
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Aragorn and company attempt to track down Merry and Pippin when Gandalf appears to them, now as Gandalf the White for he has now become the chief of wizards, surpassing Saruman, who is working with the Orcs to steal the the Ring and use it for evil. After freeing Theoden, the current king of Rohan, from magic used to compel him to Saruman’s will, the group wages war against the Orcs. Gandalf goes to seek help from Treebeard in their war against the Orcs. The protagonists win and Gandalf strips Saruman of his powers. Meanwhile, Frodo and Sam meet the creature known as Gollum, former owner of the the Ring, looking to take it back. He tells the hobbits that he will lead them on a safe path to Mount Doom. Gollum betrays Sam and Frodo, leading them to the giant spider Shelob who Sam battles with but ultimately stings Frodo. Orcs take Frodo’s dying body and Sam pursues them hoping to save his …show more content…
The Lord of the the Rings was not only a success in the box office but also in the technological department. With immense displays for beautiful scenery and a captivating soundtrack the movie is a work of art and beautifully crafted. The Lord of the Rings films are often put right up with Star Wars as one of the best series ever filmed. With beautiful craftsmanship by director Peter Jackson who is from New Zealand as well as the creator of MASSIVE, the software system used in the films.(Biography Editors) With an enormous fan base, incredible technology and beautiful craftsmanship all mixed together into one film you have The Lord of the

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