“The Lord of the Rings” is a movie sequence consisting of three heroic quest movies. It is well thought-out to be one of the biggest movie projects ever undertaken. While the movie follows the book’s general plots, the director does exclude a number of the book’s plot elements and incorporate some add-ons and variations from the source material.
Movie “The Lord of the Rings”
Set in the illusory planet of Middle-earth, the movie trails the hobbit Frodo, as he and a Fellowship get on an expedition to obliterate One Ring, and thus guarantee the obliteration of its creator, the Dark Lord Sauron. The Fellowship separates and Frodo keeps on with the quest along with his trustworthy friend Sam and the deceitful Gollum. Meanwhile, Aragorn, a successor in exile to the kingdom of Gondor, and Gandalf, the wizard, join and assemble the liberated general population of Middle-earth, who eventually become triumphant in the battle of the Ring. The majority of critics have praised the movie, writing that it will never find its equal. Some of them critiqued the films’ pace and duration while honoring its special effects. It is a collection of magnificent encounters with no sense of momentum driving characters into each another. The series established a wide admiration for its ground-breaking uniqueness and visual effects.
Years ago, there existed twenty rings: seven of them were in possession of dwarves, three in possession of elves, nine in possession of humans, and one was made by the Dark Lord Sauron. This ring could rule over the other rings. Sauron transferred all his wickedness and will to control this ring. A pact of elves and humans opposed Sauron’s ring and battled against Mordor. They won the battle and the ring fell to the son of the ruler of Gondor. Unfortunately, just as he was about to obliterate the ring, in Mount Doom, he decided to keep it for his own use. Later on he was killed, and the ring fell in the sea. It was then found by Gollum, who brought it to his cave. Then he lost it to the Bilbo the hobbit.
The rising action begins from the point when Gandalf discloses to Frodo that Bilbo’s ring is “The One Ring” made by the Dark Lord Sauron. Bilbo’s agitation and his unwillingness to give up the ring foretell the overwhelming challenge the ring will cause Frodo.
The climax of the movie is when Frodo announces that the Ring is his, puts it on, and vanishes. Gollum gets hold of Frodo, bites off the finger with the Ring, and dances on the rock face of the cliff. Gollum loses his stability and falls into the flames of Mount Doom. The Ring is then destroyed, as well as Sauron’s ability to rule. On the other hand, Frodo and Sam struggle to get away from the river of lava budding from the mountain. Luckily, the Eagles carry both of them from the hilltop, and they are rescued.
The falling action is extensive and drawn out and comprises Sam and Frodo’s rescue from the lava-drenched mountain, Frodo’s recuperation, the rise of Aragorn, the hobbits’ return to the Shire, and leaving of Gandalf, Frodo, and the goblins. At the end of the movie, it is clear that good triumphs over evil as the ring is destroyed together with Sauron’s ability to ever rule.
In the Fellowship of the Ring, Frodo, a hobbit, is in a venture, together with a group of other humans, hobbits, and a wizard to obliterate the Ring of Power. Together they create the fellowship of the ring. The trip goes well until they get separated.
The Fellowship is separated in the Two Towers. Frodo and Sam are all that remains to obliterate the ring. The rest of the fellowship is left to battle alongside Sauron’s soldiers.
In conclusion, the Shire is described as nonviolent idyll far from the terrible battles of Middle-earth. Individual heroes, such as Aragorn, flourish in the warfare’s and political deception of Middle-earth, while hobbits appear to be far from the hardships of battle. This disconnection provokes in hobbits a kind of purity, and Frodo’s pure will allows him to be a victorious ring-holder.