The Lord of the Rings trilogy was one of the first works to consolidate the dominance of geek cinema in pop culture. It is one of the most acclaimed fantasy film series to date. The offering of the Middle-earth and its characters in these films is legendary.
Which parts give us the most vivid and engaging representations of the characters and the world? Which scene represents the greatest reward produced in the three films? What scenes repeatedly bring us back to this modern trilogy of classics? Like a community trip, this list will take us all to Middle-earth as we recount the top 3 best moments from the Lord of the Rings trilogy!
Firstly, Galadriel Expositions:
Galadriel’s early narrative focuses on the story of Lords of Rings of Power. Every major race is presented successfully and Sauron is established as the Big Bad. This sequence also introduces us to Isildur and the weaknesses Ring will take advantage of throughout the film. Golam also gets his creepy performance, though viewers will be put on hold for his Two Towers good looks. And of course, there is the scene where Bilbo finds the ring. Everything about Bilbo’s introduction corroborates the idea that Hobbits are the most unexplored creatures in Middle-earth, ranging from their stance to Galadryl’s divisions.
2. Legolas kills an Oliphant in exchange for a king!!
Legolas received frequent boast during the movies, being the talented Ilaven Archer, while Aragorn and Gimli were a bit more punk than just. Then, in the Battle of Pelennor Fields, he achieves his great moment. The army of the dead is swallowing the field when an eastern oligarch attacks Aragorn Legolas and Gimli. Without hesitation, Legolas leans forward, legs up and over his hindquarters to catch the creatures swinging his legs. From there, shoot and shoot all Orientals trying to kill him, keeping their fortresses in mind.
He then cuts the ropes that place the horse-drawn carriage on Oliphant’s back, placing three arrows at the base of his neck and mounting the trunk that flows to the ground right in front of the pot. And what did the dwarf say to kill that burning beast?
3. Thirdly, Gandolf frees Theoden from Saruman!!
Gandolf warns Aragorn, Legolas, and Gimli that will not receive him while Saruman controls King Doden. When they reach the steps of the Great Hall, they are forced to leave their weapons at the request of Grim Wormtongue. But what about Gandolf’s employees? Wouldn’t you be part of an old man with your cane?
Even unarmed, Aragorn, Legolas, and Gimli can still drive out all the Wormtongue thugs and clear the way for Gandolf to go to the throne. Saruman is finally revealed to be the king of the dead, but then Gandolf reveals his new power. Everyone in the hall is relieved to see that Theoden has returned to his former self, especially Eowyn. And finally, we see the strong and proud Theoden raising his sword and returning to defend his beleaguered people.