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The first movie of the Lord of The Rings trilogy The Fellowship of the Ring is a tale of epic proportions The story is one of classic good versus evil with all manner of twists and turns It is seen by many as the greatest written work of our time I think it is because the main character Frodo is not a fearless hero but a human a hobbit actually with human emotions He like so many has to go through a hard journey to reach the light at the end of the truly dark tunnel He does and the form of success he achieves is greater than any He had completed a journey thought impossible and while entirely fictional it does relate to the real word You could say it is an inspiration for others to achieve their goals The film revolves around the ring that Frodo has to destroy a ring of evil The ring can only be destroyed by throwing it into Mt Doom the volcano where it was forged Every story has a simple plot it is how you express it on paper that counts and Tolkien the author was the best at that Many battles between characters the adventurous nature of the story and Tolkiens imagination and style all create a great piece of fiction The director Peter Jackson had a hard job to recreate the fictional world of Middle-Earth but his job was made easier in the story was written for him He had the task of leading a team that used all different techniques to portray a fantasyland on a very large scale The actors were all casted based on the characters in the book Their costumes were made to suit the characters and the actors had the responsibility to act like their novel characters as closely as possible Much of their dialogue is straight from the novel though some parts have been changed
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