Tolkien is nonetheless one of the most popular authors of the 20th century. In poll after poll, readers declare him their favorite writer; his main books remain bestsellers 60 years after their publication, and the recent movies based on his works are box office hits. He offers timeless stories about hard moral choices, and he creates a marvelous world of magic, including talking eagles, walking trees, and hobbits — invented figures with whom many contemporary readers can easily identify. Academic literary criticism has long been caught between these two versions of Tolkien — the difficult litterateur and the successful populist.
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It is indeed equivalent to the scores earned by PG movies in the comparative baseline database of movies but is just two points out of one hundred above R The two towers between Mordor and Isengard, Barad-dûr and Orthanc, have united in their lust for destruction.
The corrupt wizard Saruman, under the power of the Dark Lord Sauron, and his slimy assistant, Gríma Wormtongue, have created a grand Uruk-hai army bent on the destruction of . The Two Towers is the second novel of the Lord of the Rings Trilogy.
Tolkien began this trilogy well after the "world" of Middle Earth had been created. Several of the characters presented in this novel were first presented in The Hobbit.
The Silmarillion, Tolkien's major mythological masterpiece.
The Two Towers is a satisfying and wholly gripping drama in its own right. Inevitably, Janus-like, it looks back to the Shire, and forward to the hour of doom. And after three hours, you will too. The review of the original two-disc theatrical release of The Lord Of The Rings - The Two Towers can be viewed if you want to gain an insight into the perils of comparing the film to the original and much-loved novel.
Let me say right now that I have only read the book twice, the first time when I was only about 10 years old and the second time. Throughout Peter Jackson’s film The Lord of the Rings: the Two Towers, Saruman’s evil forces continually try to destroy those trying to save Middle Earth.
In order to enhance the reality of the film, Peter Jackson uses many different film techniques.