Ayn Rand's The Lord Of The Rings Trilogy

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Watching movies is an enjoyable and entertaining pass-time that can be enjoyed alone, with family, or with friends. With a plethora of genres to choose from and even more movies within those genres, picking a movie that’s enjoyable can be difficult. So, whenever anyone asks, what movie they should watch I would suggest The Lord of the Rings Trilogy. The Lord of the Rings has extraordinary character development, focuses greatly on friendship, and the amount of effort that was put into making the movie, which is why it’s my all-time favorite movie. Character development is highly important element of any story. Whether the character is good or bad, character development is needed to create a story more interesting, relatable, and adds new dimension…show more content…
Frodo’s not going anywhere without me.” showing that as friends he was also going to endure the hardships Frodo’s going to go through. Again in The Two Towers (2002), Sam and Frodo were having a conversation to lighten up the mood. Sam was talking about how their journey would go down in history and how he would one day tell the story to his children about how Frodo was courageous and the most famous Hobbit. In return Frodo then said, “You’ve left out one of the chief characters- Samwise the Brave. I want to hear more about Sam. Frodo wouldn’t have got far without Sam.” Near the end of The Lord of the Rings: Return of the King (2003) had many scenes exhibiting Sam and Frodo’s friendship. Most of which are when one of them are struggling. Frodo for example comforts by hugging Sam saying, “I’m glad to be with you, Samwise Gamgee, here at the end of all things.” when Sam started to cry after thinking about the life he left behind to travel with Frodo. Another example was when Frodo was going to be attacked by an Orc, Sam stabbed him from behind saying, “Not if I stick you first.” saving Frodo’s life. Or when Sam carries Frodo up Mount Doom despite being tired from climbing the mountain
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