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Lord of the Rings: Return of the King




Gene the Barber

Snick the Sidekick

Gordie the Barber




All you Ringheads should find yourselves on cloud 9 over the final chapter of The Lord of the Rings: Return of the King.

You can't help being swept up by the overall feel between good and evil.

The giant spider sequence was outstanding, but there are so many other things, it's hard to single out just one.

This series of three films will be here for years and years to come.

A real treat. Ringheads forever!

Peter Jackson's brilliant direction paints the scene of the final conflict of good and evil, as the Middle Earth saga comes to a close.

Yes, all good things must come to pass, but how many epic battles must we endure?

This is Tolkein's tale masterfully transferred to the big screen, and at 3-1/2 hours, I suggest you wear comfortable underwear!

A sumptuous feast for hobbits and humans alike.

Writer-director-producer Peter Jackson completes his favorite story with the third and final and most dramatic chapter.

This is a larger-than-life experience on a grand scale. It has amazing emotional power, and relentless momentum.

This is the best of the three. Taken alone, it's a great film. In combination with the other two Lord of the Rings, it's an historic movie event, and will go down as one of the crowning achievements of cinema.

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