Having seen all three movies it’s time to take a look at the movie trilogy as a whole. How coherent are the different storylines? How well do the individual movies work on their own? How does the focus shift between characters from ‘The Fellowship of the Ring’ to ‘The Return of the King’?

We can now sit down and judge how well the script-writers have adapted the story in the book to a set of movies. How well are the changes made to Tolkiens story justified? Are all the threads picked up or are some left hanging? What do you think were the most important parts of ‘The Lord of the Rings’ for Peter Jackson to tell? Join us in #thehalloffire as we take a look at Peter Jacksons ‘The Lord of the Rings’.

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The Great Whine and Cheese Party; Time to went all the frustrations with Peter Jacksons movies, and also time to share all your favourite moments.

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