Book Review: The Lord Of The Rings: The Fellowship Of The Ring
The book Lord of the Rings was written by John Ronald Reuel Tolkien. Tolkien is a world-famous English writer. He is known for his work, which is famous all over the world. Lord of the Rings belongs to the creation of ‘fantasy’. Someone did not even hear about the writer Tolkien, but I believe they liked the movie as much as I did. This adventure film was directed by Peter Jackson. I consider processing a film to be a good job.
The story takes place in the Mediterranean. Bilbo Baggins celebrated his 111th birthday, feeling restless. He wanted to say goodbye to his friends, so he used the ring and disappeared. This ring Bilbo gave to his heir Frodo Baggins. Gandalf Gray, the great wizard, suspected that the ring was the ring of legend. What he suspected was a great thing. Frodo, with his friends Sam, Merry, and Pippin, who were also Hobbits, left the region.
What did this golden, beautiful ring mean? This gold and nice ring belonged to Dark Lord Sauron. The ring is full of Sauron’s power. Anyone who puts it on his finger could destroy it.
Just under the word the Mediterranean, an environment where it all takes place, we can imagine something fictitious. Characters have magical abilities. It is not always possible to say that an adventurous film can also be perfect. The length of the film is quite lengthy. The story of The Fellowship of the Ring is long. On the other hand, I think it is not a serious mistake. It is impossible to put the whole story of The Fellowship of the Ring in a very short time. The screenplay was made by screenwriter Peter Jackson. We can admit it was not an easy job. The story of The Fellowship of the Ring began as the main character Frodo and his hobbit friends set out on their journey, leaving the region. As it all starts, I would like to mention the word hobbit. The story points out that each of us can achieve something. In each of us, there is some power, fearlessness to prove something. Dream your dreams. The story is also perfect with great cameras, but also with the coolest graphics. A camera flying above the ground capturing the outside environment had to be a difficult job.
No film has no mistakes. A book is a book. If a person reads a book before they watch the film, they find it different. The movie runs fast. The emotional, emotional side of the film leaves the man, but le for a short time. On the other side of the book, it will give us a lot of information that we can’t find in the film.
The Lord of the Rings: Two Towers
The second part of the film is a story called two towers. The book or the filmed form of the Two Towers story follows the story of the first part. The story of both me and other long-awaited fans was very interesting, it was interesting. Without the characters, it would not be Lord of the Rings. The new part also brought with it new characters in this story.
Frodo and his confident friend Sam are heading to Mordor to destroy the ring. Although Frodo knew he could not trust Gollum, he still agreed with him not to hurt him if he brought them to the Black Gate of Mordor. This second part has an interesting storyline. Tolkien enriched this story with the romantic storyline of Aragorn and the Elf Arwen. Legolas, Gimli, and Aragorn chased Uruk-hai, who carried Pippin and Merry. On Uruk-hai, who carried Pippin and Merry, riders from Rohan attacked by the expelled Éomer and Pippin and Merry wanted to escape in confusion. Aragorn, Legolas, and Gimli encountered a white wizard in the woods, who eventually emerged as Gandalf. In the battle of Enti attacked Saruman tower and destroyed her defense.
Since this book was written in 1954, its film version was published until 2002. In my opinion, every book and film has its advantages and disadvantages. Also, this film is no exception. After reading the book and watching the movie, I can say what I liked and what didn’t. The book is becoming more and more fascinating. The visual, as well as the sound side of the film, is well processed. The work Jackson did was incredible in this part of The Lord of the Rings. It’s admirable how much you care about the work written by Tolkien.
The film is mostly about the battle. An army of many marches on Rohan and Helm’s Deep were prepared for battle. Then an elf army of bowmen led by the warrior Haldir arrive. Sent by Elrond, they come to honour the ancient alliance between men and elves. From my point of view, it is not very suitable for minors. In some cases, it may not be pleasant for minors. As we all know, underage 7 children learn to read, but it can be different for every child to understand the meaning. After watching the film, every child may have a different view of the world, although we adults know it is a fantasy of a writer.