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INTRODUCTION

BONUS REVIEW: THE HOBBIT (1966)

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The first Tolkien adaptation that was made with the intention of actually being a good Tolkien adaptation, The Hobbit was brought to television by Rankin/Bass in 1977… (More)

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Today’s version of The Hobbit presents an interesting contrast to the Rankin/Bass cartoon I reviewed last week. (More)

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Well, after getting through a lazy cash grab, a tolerable cartoon, and a cheap Russian TV adaptation, here we are at Peter Jackson’s big budget… (More)

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Although a three-film trilogy based on a 300-page novel sounds silly, An Unexpected Journey is good enough to make us think it could work… (More)

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When you think about it, it’s strange how inconsistent the first two Hobbit films are. Don’t get me wrong… (More)

BONUS REVIEW: THE HOBBIT (VIDEO GAME)

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Before I dive into the actual review of Ralph Bakshi’s Lord of the Rings, I want to briefly touch on the history… (More)

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Alright, I haven’t done this since … (More)

TOM BOMBADIL (EDITORIAL)

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Alright, here we go. It’s finally time to take a look at Peter Jackson’s Lord of the Rings trilogy. It’s been years… (More)

FARAMIR (EDITORIAL)

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Well, I was fairly kind to The Fellowship of the Ring, but will I come around to the second film in Peter Jackson’s trilogy as well? (More)

SCOURING OF THE SHIRE (EDITORIAL)

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It’s the final review in the Middle-earth series, and this is the big one. The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King won 11 Oscars (More)

FINAL THOUGHTS

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