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classic!

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A glorious vision of Middle Earth.

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A LIFETIME FAVORITE. Seriously, how could ANY other film ever try to compete?

P.S.: All of my heart belongs truly and only to Samwise Gamgee.

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Blu Ray Extended Edition slightly extends the story perception in the movie itself, making it seem fuller. However, it's still the most trimmed part compared to the original book.

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It is by far the best and greatest adaptation of books to the cinema, even with the long duration of the films it was not possible to show all of the universe that J. R. R. Tolkien created, this film is much more than a world entirely created by its writer, Peter J. made a phenomenal work, a true fan who accomplished the feat of turning the book's perfect story into reality. It is my favorite movie in the world (the whole trilogy) I am in love with silmarillion and dream of the day that someone will have the same commitment as Peter to accomplish the same.

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We finished seeing it, after years without seeing it and it continues as well as always. Comparing this with the Hobbit is an insult to this

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one of the best
the credit (30m) WoW
every second in this movie is not a waste of your time so be ready to have best moments of your life

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So good, so good, so good!

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Still a magnificent work from Peter Jackson and gets better everytime I watch it and by far my favourite of the hobbits and lord of the rings..

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That is how you begin one of the best movie trilogies of all time. You can't be not attracted by the beauty of this world and its beautiful landscapes.

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I've watched like 25 times, I would watched 25 times more. Greatest.

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A true and everlasting masterpiece. I can not imagine a better film-version of this first part of the Lord of the Rings.

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"All we have to decide is what to do with the time that is given to us."

Such a well made film. The beautiful shots to the perfect score to the fantastic acting. This is the beginning of the best trilogy of movies ever made.

The annual rewatch has begun.

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The best movie trilogy based on Tolkien books and sci-fi/fantasy genre ever!

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My favorite of the Lord of the Rings trilogy. Fellowship is just an amazing fantasy film. Return of the King is good but dragging on so much makes me feel like it's over-rated.

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The best fantasy movie I know and the beginning of J.R.R. Tolkien's "Lord of the Rings" saga. Monumental and epic story of the never ending battle between the good and the evil.

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True masterpiece.

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Such a good adaptation.

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Watched it for at least the 20th time. Great movie!!

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Did skip some parts pretty boring but ok movie i only watched it bc soon the series comes^^ and that will be 1000x better

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Every time I check for trending movies, at least one movie from The Lord of the Rings comes up. I think that is enough to tell how good these movies are!

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Epic and classy. Well done.

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My words can't do this film justice so I'll just say 10/10 masterpiece

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Despite the fact that I didn't like the movie very much, I just can't help noticing its advantages.There are quite a lot of them (advantages): camerawork, music, sound, editing, acting, scenery, makeup, costumes. Even in 2020, the film looks very good. However, there are also disadvantages, just one disadvantage movie turned out to be quite boring. Because of this, I put 6 out of 10. However, I will watch the second and third parts. Most likely, fantasy is just not my genre.

P.S. sorry for mistakes English is not my native language.

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A LIFETIME FAVORITE. Seriously, how could ANY other film ever try to compete?

P.S.: All of my heart belongs truly and only to Samwise Gamgee.

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"I think I'm... quite ready for another adventure!"

I've recently re-watched 'The Lord of the Rings trilogy' and 'Alien' during quarantine, so the news of Ian Holm passing hit me the hardest. It would have been anywhere if I did not re-watch those movies. An excellent actor with extraordinary range as he slipped into different and complex characters so effortless. It's something I never thought about until now that the man who played a cold, yet calculated android in 'Alien', played the warm heart, but deeply troubled Bilbo Baggins, who also played the tight and rough chief from 'Ratatouille'.

With a filmography like: 'Alien', 'The Lord of the Rings', 'The Fifth Element', 'Chariots of Fire', 'From Hell', 'Ratatouille', 'Lord of War', and 'Time Bandits'. Man, what a life.

A brilliant presence that fitted every genre.

RIP Ian Holm.

"Until our next meeting.”

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The best one out of the trilogy, though that might be because I'm a sucker for origin stories

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This is a classic; it's a bit of a long one though, so it's a 2 part watch :)

I've watched this a few times; it never ceases to surprise me how the forces of darkness can cover so much ground, whilst the saviors seem to be caught at every turn

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Great series the first watch I'm tryna re watch them but can't stay awake lol

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I spent years avoiding this franchise but couldn't resist any longer as they came out on glorious blu ray. Overall, not bad at all. My biggest problem revolved around the extended fight scenes. Do I really need to see Kill Bill Vol 1 in a Tokien book?

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the legend the best in world film lord of the rings

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DVD 2 has a music vedeo.

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YOU..SHALL..NOT..NOT PASS..THE..ehhhhhh..POPCORN

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I come back to this trilogy about once every 12-18 months and am still filled with enjoyment when I watch them.

I've even watched all of the extras on the extended editions 3 or 4 times over the last 10yrs... So that's something like 13hrs of movies and 30hrs of extras... I can now add to that the Hobbit movies although I only have the extended version of the first installment as the 2nd isn't out yet as I write this (only the theatrical)... So that's almost 4hrs for the movie and 9hrs or so for the extras... Assuming the others will be about the same. When all finished, there will be around 26hrs of movies and 60hrs of extras.

No longer can I have a Tolkien weekend... it will have to be a whole week. :)

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God movie

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One does not simply watch The Fellowship of the Ring

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Only a true fan could create such a masterpiece.

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I love this movie more than my wife.

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I still love it about a movie.

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Classic

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Love it!!

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Awesome movie

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Elijah wood sucks lol

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Keeps you begging for more! One Ring to Rule Them All!!

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Great series!

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Compared to the book, the movie is pretty bad

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Watching it again. Still love it.

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Nothing to say really... Its LOTRs

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Yea ik... lol :)

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Best movie/trilogy ever. Ten years old and still nothing comes close. Story, acting, music, photography: all perfect!

Go see it if you haven't already!

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