The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King


image.png

When palano plain was lost, Theoden, the ruler of Gondor, thought that the outer defense should not be abandoned, so he sent his youngest son faramir to attack the occupied area occupied by Mordor army regardless of the war situation.The Mordor Legion is fully equipped and the orcs are ready to go.Faramir's attack is like hitting the stone with an egg, which is doomed to fail.But in order to show his loyalty to the country and his father's disdain for him, faramir chose this suicide fight without hesitation.

For this war, Peter Jackson did not directly show the fighting scene like other similar battles, but used the method of market price to send off these warriors: faramir, dressed in stolen armor, led a small number of soldiers to the gate, and the sad music also sounded.People spontaneously stood on both sides of the road to see the officers and soldiers off. Their eyes were sad, some even cried bitterly. They threw flowers on the ground, and some directly gave flowers to the soldiers. They showed their respect and blessing to the officers and soldiers in their own way.When the gate opens, the music becomes solemn and sad.

image.png

We can not see the expression of the soldiers, but we can feel their determination and courage to die generously in order to protect their homeland from the constant running horses and the galloping hoofs of horses.We have not seen the tragic situation of their killing, but we can understand the tragedy of the war from the orcs who are obviously more than themselves and from the bows and arrows they shoot.

Peter Jackson also used the parallel montage technique to constantly switch the scene of war and the scene where Theoden, the ruler of the palace, ate grapes. The grape juice remained on his mouth, just like the blood of a soldier who died in the war. At the same time, the song of shire manor sung by pirellin Duke of hobbit: "stay away from home, go to the new world. long road, break through the night, see the light again.".The stars twinkle like the day, the mist is continuous, the clouds cover the sun, and they will all be scattered... "This song does not praise or attack the devil, but expresses the hope for hope and light. However, this universal feeling is intertwined with the doomed war, which makes the death of faramir and his soldiers more solemn and stirring, but the shallow singing leaves a heavy mark on people's hearts.

I haven't read the original, but if you look at the whole trilogy carefully, you will find that it contains much more than the struggle between black and white. It has an analysis of human weakness, praise of love and friendship, reflection on nature and environment. It is no longer a story, but an epic.

People who don't like LOTR always say that it's too commercial, but I can say it's the richest commercial movie I've ever seen.

image.png

The depiction of a nation in the movie can be said to be painstaking.Take Rohan as an example, from the flag of a white horse on a black background to the tribal city built on a high mountain, and the sound of the bagpipes sounded every time they came out, which vividly outlined a nomadic people.

Peter Jackson and his team are no longer making a movie. They are creating a world, a world of their own history, their own culture, their own black-and-white disputes, and this world almost truly makes you believe that it does exist at a certain time or place.They were so attentive and spent seven years. I don't think any movie that puts commercial interests first would have the courage to spend such time cost.So when they got the Oscars, I was really happy for them. Tolkien created a dream for us, and they made it a reality.

While watching rtok, I was always agitated by an emotion:

Pippin lights up the first beacon tower, and then the beacon fires between Chongshan are lit one by one

image.png

Eowyn fought like a man on the battlefield

Sam said to Frodo: I can't carry the ring for u, but I can carry U

Before the war, Aragorn said to all the people of Gondor and Rohan: this day we fight!

I know that LOTR has brought me more shock and moving than all commercial movies can give me stimulation and freshness.

image.png

A good movie doesn't depend on whether it's artistic or commercial. As long as it moves you, it's a good movie.


Comments 8


I love the whole trilogy. Watched it so many times it'll take me 15 years to be not sick of it. I like the part where they are fighting over the scraps of paradise while real-life paradise dies

28.02.2021 20:08
0

Yes, this is a movie with my deep impression!

01.03.2021 06:12
0

I was wondering what any of your favorite scenes were?

01.03.2021 22:57
0

I am trying to remember.

01.03.2021 22:57
0

My favorite is the ice at the end of the hobbit.

01.03.2021 22:58
0

Sorry I interrupted your answer.

02.03.2021 03:27
0

I’m not much of a movie fan, but with your story and write up.. my interest just got elevated.. it’s a nice storyline you’ve got here and now am actually going to see this movie and give you feed back

28.02.2021 23:17
0

Thanks! LOL!

01.03.2021 06:12
0