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Praise the LORD and SAVIOR JESUS CHRIST, not the Lord of the Rings!
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• Posted by: Steve
• Date: Friday, November 8, 2002, at 10:48 a.m.
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I was really looking forward to spending an afternoon hopefully enjoying this movie. I had heard it was great! If I had it to do over again I would have saved my money. This movie obviously took a lot of work and I'm sure cost a ton of money but that doesn't always mean it is going to be any good. For one thing I don't know why whenever someone does a movie with knights and wizards that they feel they have to make the movie in that wierd "dark" color. I felt like I wanted to constantly adjust my color controls. A quick 3 hours? Hardly! There is about 30 minutes of actual action and the rest of the time there is either a shot of "the ring" or someone in a conversation about a bunch of nonsense... the kind of nonsense that disgraces the teachings of Jesus Christ. Give me the movie and I could have easily edited out an hour and no one would know the difference. There are some great looking monsters and the wizard is excellent, but the fight scenes are not as spectacular as people are saving (see Braveheart). There are the typical dumb hollywood things like the wizard not using his power when he really needs it and Hobbits (who did a little training with swords on their way to the mountain) are taking out huge orcs that are bred for nothing but to kill, maim and destroy anything in their path. The ending is ridiculous, they leave you hanging on for the sequel...

One day Jesus will come back and He will fight evil the right way.

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