Peter Jackson’s The Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Ring is a movie that received many awards and set the bar for Fictional Fantasy movies like itself. With the usage of many film making techniques, Jackson brings fantasy to a more realistic place. Peter Jackson successfully uses great characterization and other film making techniques to make a very successful and well-rounded movie in general. With the real setting in New Zealand but fictional characters, it makes the line between real and fairytale fade away.
Frodo, a hobbit without a single responsibility in the world is almost forced to be a hero and literally save him and the world that he knows. With a powerful ring that could fall into the wrong hands and cause total chaos and damnation, he takes responsibility unknowingly of how important it really is. His mission is to go destroy the ring in the pit of fire in the city where its most dangerous. Accompanied by a wizard, Gandalf, and an elf Aragorn, he can go much further. With his best friend Sam and two other hobbits and two other humans tagging along as well, the team set out to destroy the ring. Boromir failing his temptation of the ring makes Frodo realize that he must continue his journey alone, although Sam refuses to let him go alone. They two hobbits continue their journey to the evil land of Mordor. Evaluation
The setting of The Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Ring makes the movie all the more realistic and even more interesting. With the film being set in
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