The Lord Of The Rings

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Peter Jackson who is producer, director, and co scriptwriter adapted the J.R.R.Tolkien’s epic novel The Lord of the Rings into the film version. This series of movies has become one of the most famous topics of this time. The basic narratives- the free peoples of Middle-Earth defeat the Dark Lord Sauron and his monster army which he creates to control Middle-Earth. The concept of morals in these films is that there is always hope in the world of darkness through the events in the two main threads, Frodo-Sam and the War (Aragorn) which illustrate in a final movie The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King.
The Lord of the Rings is the story of the unexpected hero Frodo-Sam on the hero’s journey as Ringbearers who have to go to Mordor and
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In the movie The Return of the King, Frodo overcomes his sacredness three times. One is the moment that Gollum, Sam and Frodo start to climb up on the mountain. Second is a time when Gollum guides Frodo to the cave to kill and take the Ring away from Frodo and the last time is in the Mordor Mountain where Sam and Frodo have given up but Frodo tries to stand up and keep moving forward.
In the War of the Rings, Sam and Frodo struggles more with internal conflicts that they must overcome through strength of will and character with the dangers they encounter along the road. The first scene of the film opens with Sam asleep and Frodo awake. After looking around, Frodo pulls at his shirt collar and pulls out the Ring as an expression of conflicted longing. The internal conflict of Sam and Frodo is in truth. Frodo’s struggle is to escape the power of the Ring while Sam’s struggle is to stop Frodo from loosing himself to the Ring’s will. In discussing the relationship between Frodo and Sam, Peter Jackson instilled in Sam the hope and purity of soul that allow Frodo corrupt will of the Ring by a true, devoted friend. Although Gollum succeeds working ceaselessly to poison Frodo against Sam, Sam still follows and supports Frodo through their joined efforts that Frodo makes it as afar as he does.
In the Lord films, Sam saves Frodo

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