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LORD OF THE RINGS: TWO TOWERS

GENE

 SNICK

 GORDY

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Gordie the Barber

LORD OF THE RINGS: TWO TOWERS

 

 

Two Towers brings on a host of new characters, all of whom will figure in the third film, Return of the King.

It doesn't waste any time and starts up right where it left off from the first.

The acting is again terrific, just a breathtaking film all around, mixing fairy tales with modern movie-making tools and a director who knows when to experiment and when to leave things alone.

There are so many things to talk about in this film, but why ruin it? Just make sure to see this one.

Forget Harry Potter, the best fantasy-to-screen adaptation of the year is Lord of the Rings, with more plot, more characters, and more mind-boggling special effects than before.

Quite possibly the most spectacular three hours you'll ever spend in a theater, and worth every cent.

See it while it's on the big screen; this is bound to be the trilogy of all time.

I can't wait for number 3.

Screenwriter, producer, director, and special effects guy, Peter Jackson, has been working for four years on his Lord of the Rings trilogy.

He has made three films in a month back to back shooting schedule in New Zealand. In more than 100 years of motion pictures, few cinematic campaigns of this magnitude have been mounted.

If you like fantasy/adventure, don't miss The Two Towers. If the final third of this puzzle is the equal of the first two, this will go down as one of the crowning achievements of cinema.


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