The Lord Of The Rings - The Fellowship Of The Ring

The Lord Of The Rings - The Fellowship Of The Ring
The Lord Of The Rings - The Fellowship Of The Ring




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Science Fiction and Fantasy



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The first film in director Peter Jackson's epic adaptation of JRR Tolkein's trilogy of fantasy novels is a blend of humour, spookiness and heartstopping action. Humble hobbit Frodo Baggins (played by Elijah Wood) has no idea of the adventure that lays ahead when wizard Gandalf (a perfectly cast Ian McKellen) asks him to look after a mysterious ring. Before long, Frodo and his friends are being hunted by terrifying, spectral horsemen called Ringwraiths - but the worst is yet to come...


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This film contains moderate battle violence and some scary scenes.

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