Frondish17 wrote: My complaint is with personality. I will refrain from any scathing descriptions in honor of those who enjoy the movie, but please - read the trilogy half a dozen times like I have and you will see what I mean.
Frondish17 wrote: it is technically impossible for a secular director in a secular culture to reproduce the same "spirit" captured by a Christian Oxford professor in the mid-late 1900s. Just saying. All the wholesomeness has gone out of the films, everything that made Lord of the Rings such a lasting tribute to the strength and good-hearted stamina of the human race.
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