The Lord Of The Rings

The Lord Of The Rings
The Lord Of The Rings

Year

1978

Duration

127 minutes

Genres

Animation

Language

English

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Synopsis

Based on J.R.R. Tolkien's beloved novels, this animated adventure follows a group of humans, hobbits and elves who unite to form The Fellowship of the Ring. Their goal is to destroy the One Ring, the source of the evil lord Sauron’s power, in order to end his reign over their world. This was the first of two planned films but sadly the second half was never completed which leaves the story unfinished. Nonetheless, it's a faithful and enjoyable adaptation, beautifully realised with then groundbreaking rotoscope-style animation - and a top quality fantasy adventure in its own right.

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Contains mild battle violence and gore and some scenes contain scary or menacing material.

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