The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King Movie Review



Their journey continues as they travel to Mount Doom to wreck the “Lord Ring” that puts too much burden on the middle earth to bring peace, joy, and light again to people. As Frodo and Sam endure the loads and hindrances that galore in their way, a filthy that was once a hobbit named Gollum, who killed his friend because of the “Lord Ring” lead their way to Mount Doom with his nasty desire of owning the ring again.
The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003) Review
The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003)
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Aragon, the dwarf lord and the elf who has been in the fellowship asked help to dead soldiers in mount Moria, to fight with them against Sarah forces-- their only way to fight back from being out-numbered by their villain while Gandolf leads the city fighting back against a legion of ogres and enemies who wants to over-run the race of men and rule the world with their devilish desires.

My Reaction

Truly, “there is greatness in all sizes” even hobbits were little people and some may say that war is the “province of men” only. They never faltered, they manage to fight back and endure the load.

 I commend the valor of Frodo and company, even in their state they manage to surpass the challenges that confront in their way. I also want to praise the bravery of Aragon and his men, the mighty and powerful elves and the unfailing courage of the dwarf lord. I salute them all for being one, for not falling apart.

The movie was blimey, It was written with passion and I can feel the heart in every word and script they pronounce. The screenplay writers made a job well done but without the author J.R.R Tolkien, this impressive film will never exist.

The friendship that they have shown, the love that never faded made them strong enough to fight back and defeat the negative forces. They share one goal and that is for the welfare of the middle earth.


The movie was long but worth to watch. It never wasted my time, it was fraught with a life lesson that whatever problems may come into your life, you must never surrender and give-in for rewards always comes at the end that success is about hanging on when others seem to let go.

My Rate

Dramatic, epic and marvelous movie to watch; I almost forget to give honor and praise to the director of the movie Peter Jackson. The film was truly a masterpiece, this deserves to be given a perfect five star and applause.

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