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DavinaKrsitin's avatar


One of greatest film i have ever seen. This movie has balance between drama and action.
8 years 2 months ago
Jinkla's avatar


When taking my first plunge into the trilogy, I expected the first to be my least favourite and the final act to be the contrary. Much to my surprise, the first ended up being my favourite and the final film being my least.
To put it simply - Fellowship of the Ring is awesome! Deemed by many as a must-watch for any film lover and a general masterpiece of cinema, it takes the Tolkien lore and follows every mite of it to a magnificently detailed degree (which shows in the movies runtime). I don't know what falls into the category of "masterpiece" these days for I'm not well-rounded in cinema, however if I had to put my money on it, i'd say Fellowship, and the trilogy itself, comes pretty close as it draws in all forms of fans and movie goers, whether you're an art-house Latte sipper or a veteran who thinks the golden age of cinema died long ago, it's hard to deny the excellence that is The Lord of the Rings.
If you haven't found the time to watch any of the films so far, then clear a day, find a comfy position, buy some snacks and watch the films back to back in all their glory.
10 years 6 months ago
IreneAdler's avatar


I love the whole trilogy - one of the best movies ever made. The first part had an atmosphere to it that captivated me and is still fascinating to me. Great effects and actors, lots of emotion and beautiful pictures. One of my absolute favorites - watched it several times at the cinema. GREAT!
10 years 9 months ago
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7 years 10 months ago
Morgoth_TheKing's avatar


i'm LOTR huge fan, so this is by far my favorite movies of all time ( all three of them )!!!
8 years 2 months ago
Dhanya's avatar


One of the best movies based on books. I really liked it more than the Harry Potter series. At first, you would fall in love with the beauty of The Shrine, simple and enjoyable life there. Later, you are pulled into the real fantasy world. A masterpiece..
10 years 10 months ago
Dieguito's avatar


The best of the three! Almost as good as the first book!
12 years 9 months ago
ChrisFilms's avatar


One of the best films of all time, no doubt about it in my mind. Beautiful cinematography, exciting action, likeable characters, a heavenly score and a perfect cast. The second best of the trilogy, after Return of the King, but all three of the LOTR films are my favourites of all time.
2 years 5 months ago
boulderman's avatar


Historical log, watched for eighth time yesterday/today, after playing https://youtu.be/zN4VImQYl-g
2 years 5 months ago
boulderman's avatar


Watched again for the 8th time after listening to the audiobook. Excellent adaptation

Nineth time 28th Dec 2022. 1y 8m prior was time 8
3 years 2 months ago
Siskoid's avatar


All set-up with not that much resolution, the first part of the trilogy is nonetheless visually stunning and a more than worthy adaptation of Tolkien's work.
6 years 7 months ago
BeasleyOnFilm's avatar


I was surprised at how much I enjoyed it actually. When it's good, it's utterly breath-taking.
11 years 12 months ago
Timec's avatar


I like this movie, but I really hate all the people who feel the need to go around condemning people for not liking the same films as them. Statements like "if you disliked this some part of your soul is dead" or "if you disliked this you have no compassion" or "if you dislike this you hate cinema" are pretty lame. No film is unassailable.
12 years 6 months ago
TalkingElvish's avatar


Agree with you Sine. This is peerless storytelling of the classic genre and even current fantasy doesn't stray too far from the updating he gave to Scandinavian and Germanic fairy tales. As for the films, I too think this is the best of the three and they are ALL brilliant examples of fantasy filmmaking. The attention to detail Jackson and co. gave was exactly what the books deserve and it's not surprising he had to marshall the resources of a small country to do it, away from the mediocratising forces of Hollywood.
13 years 1 month ago
boulderman's avatar


Watched again for the fifth time at least having just listened to the audio book. Jackson and Walsh did a great job with the script
3 years 2 months ago

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