Investigating Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring Essay

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Investigating Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring English essay The filmmakers of the lord of the rings use presentational devices to give an idea what the characters, themes and the action to the audience. In order to understand the interpretation of the good vs. evil is given in the film the fellowship of the ring, we will be analyzing and also reviewing on the use of the films language we will be focusing on our own opinions. We will be focusing on the scenes of the prologue and the shire scene Bilbo’s party. We will intend to investigate the filmmaker’s use of presentational devices to create more impact to the audience. To enhance the engagement the subject and to…show more content…
With this power, he can enslave Middle Earth and unleash an incredible evil with little opposition. In the story of The Hobbit, a hobbit called Bilbo Baggins has stolen the ring from a hideous creature called Gollum. Somehow, this ring ends up with Frodo Baggins, Bilbo's nephew and all of a sudden, Frodo is at the center of this epic tale involving the ring that he knows very little about. The wizard, Gandalf, warns Frodo that he should leave the shire (as Bilbo has given him the ring) and keep the ring out of Sauron's hands. They meet a fellow hobbits merry and pippin who helps them get out of trouble when they are faced with the Nine Black Riders. Later, they meet a night strider called Aragorn and they continue safely to the country of the elves. Frodo recuperates from a wound and he is healed by Elrond. At the Council of Elrond it is decided that the ring must be destroyed at the Cracks of Doom. This is many miles away, deep inside the evil lands of Mordor. The Fellowship of the ring is established, including nine individuals in all. Gandalf meets his end on the Bridge of Khazad-dum, attempting to defend the company from the orks. The group must continue without him, heading south, into Lorien, a forest of elves. Here, the Lady Galadriel offers comfort and security for a time. Frodo grows in knowledge and maturity and he becomes more resolved to

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