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The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
Frodo and Sam are trekking to Mordor to destroy the One Ring of Power while Gimli, Legolas and Aragorn search for the orc-captured Merry and Pippin. All along, nefarious wizard Saruman awaits the Fellowship members at the Orthanc Tower in Isengard.
|Studio :||WingNut Films, New Line Cinema, The Saul Zaentz Company,|
|Crew :||Art Direction, Art Direction,|
|Cast :||Elijah Wood Ian McKellen Viggo Mortensen Sean Astin Liv Tyler|
|Genre :||Adventure Fantasy Action|
It's no definitive masterpiece but it's damn close.
If you're interested in the topic at hand, you should just watch it and judge yourself because the reviews have gone very biased by people that didn't even watch it and just hate (or love) the creator. I liked it, it was well written, narrated, and directed and it was about a topic that interests me.
This is one of the best movies I’ve seen in a very long time. You have to go and see this on the big screen.
I enjoyed watching this film and would recommend other to give it a try , (as I am) but this movie, although enjoyable to watch due to the better than average acting fails to add anything new to its storyline that is all too familiar to these types of movies.
Along with The Godfather Part 2 and The Empire Strikes Back, The Two Towers is the perfect middle chapter. While not a perfect film, as a movie with no concrete beginning or ending, it tells a masterful story and keeps the audience wanting more. Some characters are severally underdeveloped (mostly new ones) and it's a bit slow at times. But besides these more major complaints, the film is a masterpiece. As with the last film, the acting is great, the effects are groundbreaking (Gollum changed CGI), and the action scenes are well choreographed and exciting. The dialogue works really well to. The movie is simply filled with iconic moments.Some complain about the battle of Helms Deep being to long but let's be honest, it is really one of the best battle scenes in cinematic history. I believe that the Lord of the Rings trilogy are the greatest films of this century. The Two Towers is a grand adventure, epic war movie, compelling drama and overall, an amazing movie.
It was just not that good, but it's watchable and well done. K by that. Sorry to y'all, IMDB just really want to myself write the review. Sorry again.
"The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers" refuses to be overshadowed by its groundbreaking predecessor. It achieved the near impossible. Jackson's trilogy shows no signs of slowing down in the epic second installment.-Analysis of Notable Work- *Writing/Story/Directing: As the Fellowship heads in different directions, one would assume that things will start to get messy. Not so, the story stays well structured and strong. We delve deeper into the emotions of the characters, and we are introduced to more characters as well. All of which add to the plot and bring their own power to this legendary tale. Jackson meets the challenge head on and proves he is no fluke success story. He has an absolute command of the story, and brings us on a journey unlike any other. A true visionary, he brings to the screen what many thought was not possible. *Cinematography/Editing: Once again, Andrew Lesnie helps bring Middle-earth to life in an absolutely stunning manner. His movement of the camera and realistic lighting draws us into the action. The color palette is beautifully washed out, adding to the tone of hopelessness that our Fellowship faces. One could pause on almost any frame, and it would appear to be iconic. Few cinematographers have managed to achieve what Lesnie has mastered. The film editing is superb. The film moves effortlessly from story line to story line. The Helm's Deep sequences are some of the greatest battle scenes ever to be brought to screen, thanks to some of the best pacing of all time. *Dialogue/Acting: From epic monologues to intimate conversations, the dialogue is gripping in every scene. The story is propelled forward, and tension is heightened with each scene. So many characters are given so much power due to their commanding words they issue forth. The performances from all actors create such realism that it is easy to get lost in the world of Middle-earth and to think that these events are an actual part of history. Ian McKellen, Viggo Mortensen, and others continue their strong roles in the series. Newcomers David Wenham, Bernard Hill, Brad Dourif, and more make fantastic additions to this legendary story. *Music/Sound: Once again, Howard Shore's work on the soundtrack makes it easy to get lost in Middle-earth. The music feels as if it came directly out of Tolkien's world. The addition of Rohan's theme is unforgettable. The sound design is a marvel once again. Never before has a battle on such a massive scale as that of Helm's Deep felt so real. We are again treated to original sounds created specifically for the world of Middle-earth. Most memorable are that of the Ent voices, Wargs, and Fell Beasts, as well as the return of the Nazgúl scream. *Production Design/Special Effects: The costume design and new set pieces match the prowess of those in "Fellowship." Helm's Deep, Fangorn, and Edoras are a marvel to behold. The costumes of the Rohirrim, Lothlórien Elves, and Uruk-hai are outstanding. Each has its own personal flair that gives itself an easily identifiable style. The make-up and hair-styling is also a major achievement. The visual effects are way ahead of its time. Never before has there been such a large and authentic looking army. The Ents are a technical masterpiece. The mixture of CGI and miniatures has never been used so effectively. *Conclusion: "The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers" is simply too massive to properly analyze every aspect of it. What can be said, however, is that it is both a technical and narrative masterpiece, and one of the finest films ever made.
My granny and I sat down to watch this film thinking more bish bash bosh was about to occur. By god we were right. The first scene with Frodo and Sam in it was fine. All the decent stuff about using a rope to get down a mountain and comedy about how to undo the knot it was fine. But after that things got creepy as Gollum got more involved in the story and how he wasn't actually Gollum to beging with and was actually Smeagle. I have to say it was quite gory in the war scenes and when everyone thinks Aragorn has died but he comes back with scratches on his shoulders. Also if the Elf king dies how come the elves are immortal?