"Jackson's epic second installment of J.R.R Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings prooves that you don't need Hollywood to make a good film."
There were challenges for me in enjoying The Two Towers this year - and the biggest ones had nothing to do with the movie itself (although there were some), but my position on the 'fan' side of the fence is in no real danger. I had just finished a remarkable, wonderful month in New Zealand and was replete with images of Middle-earth down-under.
You simply CANNOT miss TTT! Will this be the best film in the trilogy?
Who made cameo appearances in TTT? Did you notice the scars in Gollum's back? Did you spot the "Christmas Tree" ent? Check out this interesting and extensive compilation of observations, minute details, highlights and low points from the good folks at IGN.
More money for LOTR number 2.
PJ makes a mistake or two...
This "middle child" didn't get the attention it deserved. (Multiple spoiler ALERT!)
I was really looking forward to seeing some of my favourite characters come alive in TTT
~ Jackson's Ring To Rule The Screen!
I can't believe I missed that! Blame the Elf!
"...But the movie isn't all on the edge of your seat madness, blowing you away with visual dynamo, you see the real craftsmanship that sews it all together comes from the many inclusions of human emotion.."
The Two Towers film shows no interest in the compelling characters and themes of Tolkien's masterpiece.
Ten years of Tolkien and The Two Towers collide.