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Dissecting A Scene- Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers

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This scene takes place when Sam, Frodo, and Sméagol are in Osgiliath with Faramir and his men. During this time, the city is failing to stop Sauron’s army from overrunning it. 1,356 more words

Art

The Two Towers: A Review by Tian Yu

The Two Towers, second book in the Lord of the Rings series by J.R.R. Tolkien, is an incredible novel. Not only is it still interesting more than 50 years after it was published, but it’s still popular because it’s actually a good book, unlike those ‘classics’ that are literally only read for class projects. 339 more words

Fantasy

The two kinds of commentaries

There are two sorts of commentary tracks. The first kind is recorded shortly after a movie or television season is finished, or even while it’s still being edited or mixed, and before it comes out in theaters. 1,211 more words

Books

Lord Of The Rings: The Two Towers (2002)

The second part of the Lord Of The Rings trilogy sees the fellowship part company.

Frodo and Sam encounter Gollum, cleverly presented as a kind of wretched schizophrenic drug addict which makes for a much more interesting character dynamic than the “You’re my best friend Sam! 182 more words

Film

The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (2002)

100 Films’ 100 Favourites #54

The Journey Continues

Country: New Zealand & USA
Language: English & Sindarin
Runtime: 224 minutes (extended edition)* | 179 minutes (theatrical version) 1,322 more words

Adaptations

A tower in Edgbaston

They passed through the ruined tunnel and stood upon a heap of stones, gazing at the dark rock of Orthanc, and its many windows, a menace still in the desolation that lay all about it.

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