The Lord of the Rings, the Fellowship of the Ring
"New Line Cinema presents"--At head of title
Based on the novel by J.R.R. Tolkien
Originally released as a motion picture in 2001
Prequel to: Lord of the Rings: the two towers and Lord of the Rings: the return of the king
Special features: 3 in-depth behind-the-scenes programs; 15 featurettes created for lordoftherings.net, exploring the locales and cultures of Middle Earth; original theatrical trailers and TV spots
Disc 2. Special features
System requirements for DVD-ROM content: DVD-ROM drive ; Internet access may be required for certain features ; Some advanced features may not function on certain players
Video recordings for the hearing impaired
Middle Earth (Imaginary place)
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Frodo and Samwise continue their journey to Mordor. Aragorn, Legolas, and Gimli finally find Pippin and Merry, and who is that....Saruman? Find out in the sequel to Fellowship of the Ring.
As Frodo and Samwise continue their journey to Mordor to defeat the One Ring, Aragorn struggles to follow his destiny- to be the true King of Middle-Earth. In between that, he and Legolas the Elf, and Gimli the Dwarf fight dangerous battles of Middle -Earth to try to let the race of Men stand strong. Will Frodo destroy the Ring? Will Aragorn be crowned the King of Gondor? Find out in this epic film.
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Violence: some violence. beheadings and stabings no blood until the end of the movie :^)
Frightening or Intense Scenes: scary scenes and scary images
Violence: violent battle scenes,one part a orc get his intestons riped out.
Violence: Violence is really not that bad, compared to modern day movies. Also not violent compared to the second and third movies.
Frightening or Intense Scenes: Orcs are frightening, as well as the ring wrathes, which really creeped me out when i watched it. Don't let children under 10 watch it. some images are unpleasant and may cause nightmares for children and some older people.
Frightening or Intense Scenes: When I first saw this film the orcs frightened me. They are very gross and there are many disturbing images of the orcs being killed.
Frightening or Intense Scenes: ONe word: GOLLUM!
Frightening or Intense Scenes: One word: GOLLUM.
Violence: Creatures battle against mortal and "immortal" beings.
QuotesAdd a Quote
Gimli: "No one tosses a dwarf!"
Gimli: "Not the beard!"
Pippin: "Besides, you need people of intelligence on this mission. . .quest. . .thing. Merry: "Well, I guess that rules you out Pip."
"By rights, we shouldn't even be here"
No kidding..read the book!!! Good movie anyhow.
Aragorn: Hold your ground, hold your ground! Sons of Gondor, of Rohan, my brothers! I see in your eyes the same fear that would take the heart of me. A day may come when the courage of men fails, when we forsake our friends and break all bonds of fellowship, but it is not this day. An hour of wolves and shattered shields, when the age of men comes crashing down! But it is not this day! This day we fight! By all that you hold dear on this good Earth, I bid you *stand, Men of the West!*
GALADRIEL: Rumour grew of a shadow in the East, whispers of a nameless fear and the ring of power perceived its time had now come. It abandoned Gollum. But something happened then the ring did not intend. It was picked up by the most unlikely creature imaginable: a Hobbit, Bilbo Baggins of the Shire. For the times will soon come when Hobbits will shape the fortunes of all...
GALADRIEL'S INTRO: But the hearts of men are easily corrupted. And the ring of power has a will of its own. It betrayed Isildur to his death. And some things that should not have been forgotten were lost. History became legend, legend became myth and for two and a half thousand years, the ring passed out of all knowledge until, when chance came, it ensnared a new bearer.
Gandalf: Is it secret? Is it safe?
Sam: Face it, Mr. Frodo. We're lost. I don't think Gandalf meant for us to come this way.
Frodo: Gandalf didn't mean for a lot of things to happen, Sam.
Frodo: Nothing ever dampens your spirits, does it, Sam?
Sam: That raincloud might.
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