This amazing production is filled with
awesome special effects, terrifying beasts from another time,
interesting characters, and a pretty basic, easy story about
the ring to follow.
This movie certainly delivers you with
wizards, elves, black-hooded riders, dwarves, and everything
else you ever wanted from an adult fantasy movie.
Every detail of this film seemed real and
As our winter of wizards continues, hobbits,
dwarves, elves, and other mythological creatures begin the quest
to destroy the ring of power, that Bilbo (another hobbit) picked
up on an earlier adventure.
Pursued by orcs, ringwraiths, and all the
powers of darkness, they must overcome obstacles both natural
and unnatural. Can Gandalf the wizard get there in time?
Beautifully filmed, wonderfully acted,
and a spectacular sight to behold.
The Lord of the Rings is a larger-than-life fantasy tale. It's a real
masterpiece that consists of three books that have sold more
than 100 million copies and were published back in 1954.
The first episode is well balanced and
exceeds and excels on all levels. The movie leaps to a marvelous
life, giving vital force on screen.
This is entertainment on a grand scale.
There are more than 26,000 extras in the cast, more than 48,000
items made for the three films at a cost of about $300 million.
In this first installment, I liked the
Fellowship of the Ring, with its magic and nerve-racking
escapes and the gallant courage in the face of terrifying evil.