Overall Rank: 7
Average Rating: 3.3/4
# of Ratings: 1933
Theatrical Release Date: 12/19/2001
Genre: Adventure, Fantasy
MPAA Rating: PG-13
Director: Peter Jackson
Actors: Elijah Wood, Ian McKellen, Viggo Mortensen, Sean Astin, Orlando Bloom, John Rhys-Davies
Plot: A Hobbit by the name of Frodo is entrusted with an ancient ring, which is known to be very dangerous. He, along with other heroes such as elves and men, must travel to destroy it.
Quick Movie Reviews
Matthew Brady - wrote on 01/06/2014
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.
mitchellyoung - wrote on 03/16/2013
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 grotesque orc armies that descend upon Middle Earth. Although there are certainly some grotesque CGI effects (such as the tomb battle,) the film mostly stays smaller and focuses on its band of travelers, which results in a more emotional and touching adventure film.
Full Movie Reviews
SteelCity99 - wrote on 04/22/2018
Since this is one of the most critically acclaimed and successful trilogies ever created in filmmaking history, I dare to start this review by stating a fact, and not an opinion: The Lord of the Rings is a masterpiece, admirable in all respects. Now, I'll add an opinion: The Lord of the Rings is three of the best movies of all time, fame that has acquired not for free.
The Fellowship of the Ring (2001), The Two Towers (2002) and The Return of the King (2003) accumulated a total of 19 Academy Awards, 207 awards and 227 nominations, internationally speaking, in period of 4 years, including Grammies and Golden Globes. The Fellowship of the Ring received 13 Academy Award nominations for Best Actor in a Supporting Role, Best Art Direction-Set Decoration, Best Costume Design, Best Editing, …
Pat - wrote on 05/31/2016
The Lord of the Rings trilogy is unique. One may say, "I love the Return of the King and Fellowship, but the Two Towers is my personal favorite." My point is that with most film trilogies, you are gonna easily be able to isolate a favorite film out the three. The Lord of the Rings trilogy is an exception. Peter Jackson dove into this project with an intention to film the whole trilogy in one 15 month shoot, and his intentions exceeded his and everyone's expectations. Sure, a ton of deviation from JRR Tolkien's beloved books was implemented throughout the movies, but the way that it was reflected onto screen was beyond brilliant and greatly complemented the masterful work of Tolkien. Letís get started with the first film of the three!
I adore the heck out of this movie, but there is …
SIngli6 - wrote on 10/12/2014
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. Take any epic fantasy book series produced in the last half century, and doubtless you will find strong thematic and stylistic strands of linking DNA with Tolkien's books; likewise, if you took any epic fantasy film (or television show) from the last decade, you would find echoes of Jackson's panoramas of forests, wastelands, and dramatic battles.
All this cultural significance and visual splendour considered, the 'Lord of the Rings' trilogy (in particular this installment) is a bloody bore! The main problem I have with it …
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