The Lord of the Rings - The Return of the King

The Lord of the Rings - The Return of the King

Director: Peter Jackson Cast: Elijah Wood, Ian McKellen, Viggo Mortensen
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The Lord of the Rings - The Return of the King 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 172 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Ok first off... to those of you who are complaining about them.Peter Jackson was making MOVIES. If he had left everything in the movies that are in the books,you would have been sitting in the theater for like 12 hours.He had a required time limit to the movies and couldn't make them so long. I'm sure he would've if he could've but honestly if you heard of a 12 hour movie, would you go see it?I know I wouldn't. ANYWHO These movies are fantastic. i love the special effects, the elves just everything!
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SleepDreamWrite More than 1 year ago
One of the best movie series I've seen. It's epic. Never get tired of seeing these. And the soundtrack is great.
AlchemystAZ More than 1 year ago
I came out of this awesome movie loving that giant laser/eyeball. Now I bought high-power lasers and spy gear for my own personal tower. Be afraid. Be very afraid! (I live in Arizona--The Wild West--where my Governor hasn't been the same since that house fell on her sister.)
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I have watched the DVD version many times. Very disappointed to find many scenes removed in the Blu ray version: climbing down the elvish rope, in the tunnel, caught in Mordor and more. The story has lost a lot.
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DarthPlagueis More than 1 year ago
awesome from the very begining to the very end!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! if should read the first books tho they have more detail and the book shows stuff that are in the movie but other stuff is missed and parts are cut the books will always be better than the movies
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BookLoverInNeLA More than 1 year ago
This final movie in the Lord of the Rings series is fantastic. All the actors and actresses gave great performances. I can understand why this movie won several Academy Awards including Best Picture. Once again, we see how loyal Sam is to Frodo and Sam's bravery is displayed full force in this final chapter. It's plain to see that Frodo is nearly possessed by the ring. When Gollum suggests to Frodo that Sam wants the ring for himself, Frodo bcomes suspicious and orders Sam to go home after a disagreement. When Sam finds the food that Gollum tossed over the side of the cliff, he heads back up the winding stairs to find Frodo. If you want to watch an epic, classic movie, I recommend this for your personal library.
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Return of the King is the last movie in Peter Jackson's trillogy, and it really is a good finish. It shows Frodo's last attemps to destroy the ring, and the inner strenght they all use to help win the battle over evil. Some people say the movie is only about a ring, and someone trying to destroy it. Really, it is not. It is much more than that, Lord of the Rings shows hope, and how hope can never truly be lost. It teaches about teamwork, and freedom. The books and movies show how all of the fellowship and the good people work together to give Frodo the luck and power he needs, even when his help is miles away. Aragorn leads his men and into battle against all of Mordor, an almost hopeless battle to lead the orcs from Mordor. Lord of the Rings is much more than a story about a ring, for the ring has its own meaning too. The movies directed by Peter Jackson, and the books written by J.R.R. Tolkien have allegorical themes, even if they were not meant to have them. The story is what you make of it, there is no right or wrong point, no correct answer why everything happens because nobody knows why everything happens. Do all things happen for a reason? Was it just an accident Gandalf tells Frodo that even the wise cannot see all ends when judging death, and that we all have a part, great or small, good or evil. Gollum played a part, a big part. What if Frodo had killed him earlier? What would have happened. There are so many things you can learn from these movies and the books, so many things about life. I am not upset that none of the cast won golden globes or awards. If none of the other charcters were there the story wouldn't have taken place. Where is a Frodo without a Sam, or Gandalf, or Pipin? Where is Faramir without Denenthor, or Theoden? The story does not happen because of one person, it is every charcter.
Guest More than 1 year ago
being severly handicapped, i was cheated out of seeing this film in the theatres when it came out-i was so let down! but, finally, it has arrived on dvd and it is magnificent to behold! the incredible ensemble acting is, as usual, wonderful, and new line cinema has spared no expense to make this the dvd of the year! from visual beauty to incredible audio sound, this dvd absolutely sparkles! i will be purchasing the extended version, in dts sound, this holiday season as well. do not miss the opportunity to own this instant classic on dvd-especially this first week of release-as the prices are rock bottom- do not wait though, judging by the long lines at best buy this morning, i'd bet you they will be sold out by friday at the latest! bravos and kudos to mr. jackson and all involved in this massive, wonderful undertaking.
Guest More than 1 year ago
There are no words to describe my sadness at the ending of the trilogy. This movie was beautiful, powerful, and awesome all the way through. I must say, If you are a devoted fan, bring some tissues because I cried like a baby during the last hour. Overall, it was an awesome experience. I will cherish this film and the entire trilogy for the rest of my life.