The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring Review [4/5]

The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring

Action, Adventure, Drama

A story of a ring that is placed in hands of young Hobbit for future.

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Release Date:
Mar 14, 2002, 6:30:00 PM

The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring Movie Review:

The story of The Lord of the Rings is based on fairy-tale of myth and fantasy. It is based on J.R.R. Tolkien's beloved books and the shape of such books is given by Peter Jackson and he has given a new standard in the cinema through this movie. This movie has set so many benchmarks for the other movies that are based on civilization. 

This Tolkien's masterpiece was away from many filmmakers, but director Peter Jackson picked it up for the movie and he has done complete justice with it. He has promised and brought the story of Frodo and his bold companions.

The movie is well known for its amazing and impressive visuals and sound effects that are never before seen in any earlier movie, but apart from this the most important aspects that are noticed are its actors. They have just made the characters of the movie alive and it looks like they have played it as the character of the movie should be. 

The movie can make anyone fascinating with its jaw-dropping scenes that comes one after other. Some of them are so well executed that they cannot be explained or described with exact words. Both beauty and action have been featured with the characters playing monsters and other mythical characters.

Talking about the performance of the actors, they are great; the way Legolas dealt with the hordes of enemies is amazing. With Gimli, a lot of things can be learned such as about the dwarves, sense of honor and family. The movie goes for three hours and when it is looked into, it feels that it should continue longer. 

It has everything what a perfect movie should have or even more than that. This can make people to read the books and those who cannot, this movie can be perfect. 

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