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The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

2003 . Adventure, Fantasy, Action . 3h 21m

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4,719 total

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1.7M total

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About the movie

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Aragorn is revealed as the heir to the ancient kings as he, Gandalf and the other members of the broken fellowship struggle to save Gondor from Sauron's forces. Meanwhile, Frodo and Sam take the ring closer to the heart of Mordor, the dark lord's realm.

Actors:

Elijah Wood, Ian McKellen, Liv Tyler, Viggo Mortensen, Sean Astin

Director:

Peter Jackson

Rated:

PG-13

Writer:

J.R.R. Tolkien, Fran Walsh, Philippa Boyens

Language:

English

Release:

01 Dec 2003

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Reviews

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Nikhil Singh image

1 month ago

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So if you are reading this, I'm assuming you had already watched the last two installments from the franchise (quick note if you haven't then please watch the masterpieces first and then come here, go ! Now? I'm waiting....... So now that you've watched them both, welcome here) Seriously the triology is the pinnacle of cinema in true fantasy, adventure genre. Clearly one of the best triology one could watch ever in their lifetime. It's just so mind boggling. Seriously "The Return of the King" is by far the most moving, inspirational, and epic of Peter Jackson's The Lord of the Rings Trilogy movies. The movie plot was compelling with themes of friendship, strength, and loyalty. Gollum becomes more cunning and sneaky than ever. The rest of the Fellowship prepares for another battle to hold Minas Tirith against an onslaught of the armies of Mordor.The City of Kings, was just very much gorgeous. The lighting of the beacon is very much authentic. From the costumes, weapons and artillery and armor, set design and props are very well tailored by the film crew, like full marks to the crew who managed to pull out this at a very massive scale. It would be absurd to find mistakes and the things missing from the set. The special effects for the army of the Dead (oathbreakers), Gollum, Shelob the spider, the mumakil, the eagles, Sauron's Eye, the fellbeasts and the trolls are breathtaking and incredible. The movie visuals were such a delight to watch, such a surreal experience for an individual watching the movie. The heroism and romance are incredibly moving. many countless moments in the movie were very emotional and were paced slow to keep the mind stuck to what's happening at currently in the movie. And Sam and Frodo's bond was just so much true to it's nature, that kept all of my eyes into it and taught a very worthy meaning of what true friendship, courage, the determination of doing what the right thing is, and that could be seen in every segment of the movie since it starts, and sooner when it picks up the pace. The battles were amazing and always heightening the tension. The tension for the siege on Minas Tirith was so highly anticipated. And the acting and the whole performance by the cast and crew could be seen throughout the run of the movie that how marvelously it all kept together at one. The Battle of Pelennor Fields is still one of the most spectacular and epic battle sequences in Hollywood movie history. The visual effects of battle at Minas Tirith were just stunning, impeccable and just so much perfectly executed. The incredible scope of the battle with the special effects, sounds, and many close-ups of pieces of the action make for an exciting scene. The final stand at the Black Gate was very good and was done so with vision beyond imagination. And like all things comes to an end this came too. Seriously you would just love, love this one. Don't miss out. This is some of the best triology you're ever gonna be watching mate. So, what say? This trilogy is just an experience of a lifetime. You wouldn't wanna be missed out on this one.

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Ocean Peach

3 months ago

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Sounds good but I found the entire series extremely boring, at some point I was completely unable to concentrate for the life of me

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Miposky

4 months ago

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This saga works so well because it is, at its heart, an emotional, deeply personal odyssey that universally rings true.

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Sophie Hunt

5 months ago

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My favourite trilogy, love being exported into another world that's just dark enough that you're not sure how they'll ever overcome it and survive.

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Lexi Bobble

7 months ago

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Favourite film series other than twilight. Funny and thrilling. Takes 3 days to watch the full series withought being drained. (including the Hobbit) this isn't the start but is a definite watch for people who love fantasy films and there are games on this too I would recommend

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Aeshwarya Kumar Singh

8 months ago

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The film is very assume. It tells that such a thing can do so much trouble the ring make a situation of war.

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Janosch Feser

8 months ago

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Ein gutes Ende, legendäre Darstellungen und atemberaubende Momente, jedoch ein wenig zu weit in die Länge gezogen, vor allem wenn man erfährt, dass sie einfach hätten nach Mordor fliegen können. Aber trotzdem ganz okay.

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Kwadwo Adu

10 months ago

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Gandalf and Aragorn lead the World of Men against Sauron's army to draw his gaze from Frodo and Sam as they approach Mount Doom with the One Ring.

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Reza Soleimani

10 months ago

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از وقتی که کودکی بیش نبودم با این سه گانه خاطره دارم ، هر قسمتش از اون یکی بهتره ، حماسی و هیجان انگیز ، هر زاویه از این فیلم جنبه های خاص خودشو داره شاه برگشته ، هایپ

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Niamh Porter

1 year ago

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Been watching these films since I was about 5. Plot, acting and the script is AMAZING. Would recommend scheduling some drinks and toilet breaks here and there as it is a long film.

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Brendan T

1 year ago

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Incredible, fantastic, superb; words cannot describe how wonderful this film was. A perfect ending to a perfect trilogy. If I ranked them: (1-3) [1 Being Best, 3 Being Worst] 1. LOTR: The Return of the King 2. LOTR: The Fellowship of the Ring 3. LOTR: The Two Towers

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Joanna Chen

1 month ago

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The Lord of the rings trilogy are definitely masterpieces!

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Mahammed Khan

2 months ago

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I’m more Harry Potter than LOTR but this movie weren’t that bad

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Dark Flash

2 months ago

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Herr der Ringe. HERR DER RINGE!! Dazu sage ich nicht mehr als 12/10!

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Myles Torrens Beattie

3 months ago

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It’s a shame the scale only goes up to 10

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