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Fellowship Of The Ring Is The First Part Of The Trilogy Film. This Film Anaysis Is Completely Detailed And Reviewed

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Lord of the Rings--Fellowship of the RingDIRECTOR: Peter JacksonSCREENPLAY WRITERS: Peter Jackson, Frances Walsh, and Phillipa BoyensCHARACTERS:Elijah Wood ................................. Frodo BagginsHe is a very curious adventurer. He lives in a time when most of his fellow hobbits want to stay with their own kind, but he is very different, in that he wants to leave and see the rest of the world and all its wanders. This shy and forthright hobbit who assumes the responsibility for destroying The Ring ushers it across vast lands of many dangers.Sean Astin ........................... Samwise "Sam" GamgeeHe personifies decency, simplicity, honesty and loyalty. He is the ultimate hobbit. He ...view middle of the document...

Viggo Mortensen ........................... Strider/AragornHe is a heroic man and warrior who is struggling to redeem himself from his ancestry and his heritage.John Rhys-Davies ............................. ....GimliHe is the stouthearted axe-man who comes to represent the Khazad, the dwarves of Middle-earth.Billy Boyd ......................... Peregrin "Pippin" TookHe is a comical hobbit who has the knack for doing the wrong thing at the wrong time. His whole life revolves around friendship. He loves his friends in the Shire more than anything else. When he embarks on the journey to destroy The Ring with Frodo and the rest of the Fellowship, he discovers a world unlike anything he's ever imagined. Suddenly, things turn very serious and dark for Pippin. He's falling in marshes and meeting magical creatures and he'd rather be at the pub chatting with the ladies. He tunes into the fun and beautiful side of life, even in the middle of a war.Orlando Bloom ..................................... LegolasHe is the sword-fighting son of an elf king. He is included in the fellowship to join Frodo in his quest...Ian Holm .................................... Bilbo BagginsHe is Frodo's cousin and an aged hobbit with a history of bravery. He's quite grumpy on the outside but basically he has a heart of gold. He is a little fellow who things seem to happen to-but when he's put to the test, he comes up trumps more than most people.Sean Bean ......................................... BoromirHe is a valiant warrior who lacks respect for The Ring's devastating power. He has the human qualities of being honorable and brave but also having a very clear opinion about everything. In the beginning, he sees The Ring simply as a solution to the problems of his people. However, he finds out that it isn't quite so clear-cut, especially as he becomes susceptible to its power.Hugo Weaving ....................................... ElrondHe is the elf of great powers who knows much about The Ring. He is so wise, so good, so noble and yet he also has, for a lack of a better word, a real humanity to him. There is a side of him that has been made desperate by the perpetual state of war. He has a real sense of how hard it is for people to get out from under evil.Alexandra Astin ............................. Elanor GamgeeMarton Csokas .................................... CelebornBrad Dourif .............................. Grima WormtongueBernard Hill ................................. King TheodenNathaniel Lees ...................................... UglukJohn Leigh ........................................... HamaRobyn Malcolm ...................................... MorwenJohn Noble ....................................... DenethorMiranda Otto ........................................ EowynCraig Parker ....................................... HaldirBrian Sergent ................................ Ted SandymanAndy Serkis ................................ Gollum (voice)Bruce Spence...

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