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The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring

The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring is a film about fantasy and adventure produced by Peter Jackson. The film is the first part of The Lord of the Rings trilogy that is based on the best-selling novel written by J. R. R. Tolkien. The film tells of the young Hobbit Frodo Baggins. He along with eight other companions sets off on an adventure to take down the One Ring in the blazes of Mount Doom.

The screenplay was initially written by Fran Walsh, Philippa Boyens as well as Peter Jackson in 1997. It was nearing completion with filming on the location of New Zealand. They budgeted the film at approximately 180 million U.S. dollars. The principal shooting took 14 months and post-production continued for a long time following the film’s release. It also was a huge film at the box office. The film earned more than $871 million worldwide. The film is the highest-grossing feature ever the date when it came out (behind Titanic, Harry Potter, and the Philosopher’s Stone, Star Wars: Episode I The Phantom Menace, and Jurassic Park). It is the film that’s currently ranked 68th in terms of gross ever.

The Beautiful Plot Of the Movie:

After his 111th birthday celebration, Bilbo Baggins gives the Ring to his nephew Frodo. After a while Gandalf the Grey, the Wizard Gandalf is a bit worked up and starts to suspect that Bilbo’s magical ring might represent The One Ring, lost for more than three thousand years, and then travels towards Minas Tirith for an explanation and confirmation of this suspicion. It led him to a tiny room with books and other historical documents. After sifting through the old papers for months and months, he comes across the story of the discovery in The One Ring. Gandalf discovers that it decorated the Ring with many phrases. It wrote the black speech on it. These lines can only see if it heat. Burning to heat the ring.

 

He is return to Bag End only to learn that the ring Frodo is holding is Sauron’s One Ring. Gandalf informs Frodo to go to the Shire immediately, along with the Ring. He discovers Samwise Gamgee listening in from a window and decides to bring the man together with Frodo. Gandalf travels up to Isengard in order to speak with Saruman The White. Who informs Gandalf that they are the Nazgul or Ringwraiths. They have gone to Minas Morgul to take the Ring and murder anyone who wears the Ring.

He is able to escape to warn Frodo however Saruman who’s already altered to serve Sauron’s cause is able to imprison Gandalf on top of his Orthanc. It compelled gandalf to watch Saruman obey Sauron’s commands directing his Orcs in Isengard to create weapons of war and to create an entirely new breed of Orc warriors known as the Uruk-Hai.

Town Of Bree:

While traveling to the town of Bree, Frodo and Sam are soon join by other hobbits, Merry and Pippin. After meeting the Ringwraith while traveling and finally making it to Bree but it surprised them to find that Gandalf’s not yet arrived. In the meantime, Frodo meets a man known as ” Strider” and agrees to guide the party to Rivendell. The two continue their journey and stay their night up on the top in Weathertop and encounter the Nazgul. Strider fights back against the Ringwraiths. However, Frodo attacked by one wraith who stabbed the wraith with the Morgul knife and causes the wraith to transform into the form of a wraith in the event.

He is not taken care of with proper medical attention. As he is chased by Nazgul, Frodo is taken by the Elf Arwen to the Elven refuge in Rivendell and is healed by her father, Elrond (the chief of the Elves during The Battle at the battle of Mount Doom three-thousand years before). Arwen is also able to use her magic to stop the following Ringwraiths in the Ford of Bruinen, summoning the waters of Bruinen to be able to sweep all the Ringwraiths away.

In Rivendell:

At Rivendell, Frodo encounters Gandalf and Gandalf explains to him why the two didn’t see them at Bree and how he has been able to escape Orthanc and Saruman’s grasps through the assistance of an Eagle. Then, Elrond calls a council to determine what to do in relation to the Ring. Elrond cautions against keeping the Ring in Rivendell for too long because the Elven realm is at risk of being under assault from as well Mordor as well as Isengard.

The Ring cannot be removed by throwing it in the blazes at Mount Doom, where it’s made. Frodo is willing to carry his Ring up to Mount Doom and accompanied by his hobbit buddies and Gandalf along with Strider who is identified as Aragorn the legitimate heir to the King of Gondor. Alongside them are Gandalf, the Elf Legolas, Dwarf Gimli as well as Boromir who is the child of the Stewards of Gondor. Together, they make up The Fellowship of the Ring.

Misty Mountains:

The Fellowship begins to set out and attempts to traverse their Misty Mountains by the mountain pass of Caradhras. Saruman causes a massive storm, which triggers floods and heavy snowfalls, which almost wipe off the Fellowship. In the wake of Gimli’s request, they decide to seek refuge and go beneath the mountain to the Mines of Moria. Frodo wants to go along, but when they travel there, they’re met with The Watcher within the water which forces them to traverse the mines. Inside, Goblins and a cave troll within Mazarbul’s Chamber of Mazarbul confront them, and they encounter the Balrog who is an ancient demon of shadow and fire located at the Bridge of Khazad-Dum.

Gandalf meets his Balrog upon the bridge and is able to send it crashing into the depths below, however, the creature takes him down. The group is able to escape the underground realm and heads to the Elven realm of Lothlorien in which they are welcomed by its rulers, Galadriel and her husband Celeborn. The next night, Frodo meets Galadriel, who informs him that it’s his duty to control the Ring and take it down. When they leave, Galadriel gives Frodo the Phial of Galadriel and other members receive gifts from Galadriel. By following the straight route towards Mordor the group travels along the River Anduin toward Parth Galen.

Perth Galen:

After reaching Parth Galen, Boromir tries to steal the Ring from Frodo. He believes it to be the only option to save his kingdom. However, Frodo does not want to capture by him. Aragorn is able to meet Frodo and unlike Boromir, Aragorn is able to resist the temptation of the Ring and refuses the Ring. Being aware that the temptation of the Ring is too powerful for him and anyone else in the group, Frodo decides to leave the Fellowship and travel to Mordor by himself. While there, the rest of the Fellowship are being attacked from the side of Uruk-hai. Saruman has directed to search for the Fellowship and seize the Ring.

Aragorn and the group upset the Uruk-hai so that Frodo can flee. Merry and Pippin Realizing that Frodo is leaving, stop the orcs, which allows Frodo to flee. When Boromir runs to Lurtz, the Uruk leader mortally wound the aid of the two hobbits. Before Lurtz is able to finish Boromir, Aragorn arrives and fights Lurtz and kills him in an incredibly short and brutal battle. As he dies, Boromir regrets having attempted to take the Ring. Aragorn subsequently forgave him.

They later captured Merry as well as Pippin, leading Aragorn, Gimli, and Legolas to start their hunt of the orcs, with an aim of saving the hobbits. Frodo to pursue his pursuit. Frodo is back on the river’s banks and begins to row across the river. When Sam shows up and swims following him. He insists that he has made a promise to Gandalf that he will take care of Frodo. Frodo acknowledges the presence of Sam and they both continue their journey across the mountains of Emyn Muil.

Movie Cast:

Peter Jackson directed the magnificent adaptation of the novel in J. R. R. Tolkien’s trilogy. Elijah Wood stars as Frodo Baggins in The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring. He is a hobbit who receives a magical ring. That sparks a massive battle between evil and good in Middle-earth. Ian McKellen, Viggo Mortensen, Sean Astin, Liv Tyler, Christopher Lee, and Ian Holm play the main supporting roles in the movies.

The Lord Of The Ring Adaptation :

The story is about greed and power as well as innocence and wisdom. In the end, it is the battle between good and evil, of compassion as well as trust against suspicion, and a sense of community against the need for personal power. The story is also of war, perhaps inspired by Tolkien’s personal experiences during World War I. The fascination that has remained with stories of mythology from Middle-earth is evident in the great success of the film The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2001). Peter Jackson produced the film. Also, the numerous encyclopedias, dictionaries, and games are based on the works of Tolkien.

Box Office Verdict Of The Movie:

The film grossed approximately $871.5 million at the box office (not including DVD and VHS sales). At an unadjusted-for-expansion rate. If expansion adjusts, the total box office for the film was $1075,835,513.

The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring was the film with the lowest gross in The Lord of the Rings film trilogy.

It was the second-highest-grossing film of 2001. The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring was just after Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, making it the only film in the trilogy that was not the highest-grossing in the year.

 

Audience Rating:

The rating of The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring is exceptionally great. The people love the movie very much. The IMDb rating of the movie is 8.9/10 which is great for every type of movie. The critics also love the movie and give positive reviews. The rating of The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring is 91% on Rotten Tomatoes.

 

 

 

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