#fellowship of the ring
All that is gold does not glitter,
Not all those who wander are lost;
The old that is strong does not wither,
Deep roots are not reached by the frost.
From the ashes a fire shall be woken,
A light from the shadows shall spring;
Renewed shall be blade that was broken,
The crownless again shall be king.
J.R.R. Tolkien, Fellowship of the Ring
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I'm drunk af should I watch the Fellowship of the Ring again??
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11 hour marathon?
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Rewatching The Fellowship of the Ring and,
Lord Elrond keeps saying men failed them and caused the suffering of all
But he couldn't just stab Isildur????
Yeet him into the fiery pits of Mount Doom in Mordor along with the ring??????????
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“The Council of Elrond”, otherwise known as “The Chapter Where Gandalf Monologues For 14 Straight Pages And Then Apologizes Half-Heartedly For It”
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Lord of the rings: The fellowship of the ring movie reviews
*spoliers cause duh* A fantasy/adventure film directed by peter Jackson. Starring Elijah wood as Frodo, Ian McKellen as Gandalf, Viggo Mortensen as Aragorn, and Orlando Bloom as Legolas. This movie is amazing. The world building is like something I’ve never seen in any other movie. Every setting seems New and magical. The story line kept me interested through the whole movie. I normally am someone who isn’t always the biggest fan of fantasy but wow this is incredible. It left me in tears after the death of Gandalf I was genuinely upset about it. But seriously everything about this movie is magical if you haven’t seen it I highly recommend. 9.5/10
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`Why are you so unfriendly? ’ said Boromir. `I am a true man, neither thief nor tracker. I need your Ring: that you know now; but I give you my word that I do not desire to keep it. Will you not at least let me make trial of my plan? Lend me the Ring!'
'No! no! ’ cried Frodo. ‘The Council laid it upon me to bear it.'
`It is by our own folly that the Enemy will defeat us,’ cried Boromir. `How it angers me! Fool! Obstinate fool! Running wilfully to death and ruining our cause. If any mortals have claim to the Ring, it is the men of Númenor, and not Halflings. It is not yours save by unhappy chance. It might have been mine. It should be mine. Give it to me! ’
Frodo did not answer, but moved away till the great flat stone stood between them. `Come, come, my friend! ’ said Boromir in a softer voice. 'Why not get rid of it? Why not be free of your doubt and fear? You can lay the blame on me, if you will. You can say that I was too strong and took it by force. For I am too strong for you, halfling,’ he cried; and suddenly he sprang over the stone and leaped at Frodo. His fair and pleasant face was hideously changed; a raging fire was in his eyes.
Frodo dodged aside and again put the stone between them. There was only one thing he could do: trembling he pulled out the Ring upon its chain and quickly slipped it on his finger, even as Boromir sprang at him again. The Man gasped, stared for a moment amazed, and then ran wildly about, seeking here and there among the rocks and trees.
'Miserable trickster!’ he shouted. `Let me get my hands on you! Now I see your mind. You will take the Ring to Sauron and sell us all. You have only waited your chance to leave us in the lurch. Curse you and all halflings to death and darkness! ’ Then, catching his foot on a stone, he fell sprawling and lay upon his face. For a while he was as still as if his own curse had struck him down; then suddenly he wept.
He rose and passed his hand over his eyes, dashing away the tears. 'What have I said? ’ he cried. `What have I done? Frodo, Frodo! ’ he called. 'Come back! A madness took me, but it has passed. Come back! '
Boromir attempting to take the Ring from Frodo in his madness. Fellowship of the Ring, The Breaking of the Fellowship.
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Strangers from distant lands, friends of old. You have been summoned here to answer the threat of Mordor. Middle Earth stands upon the brink of destruction. None can escape it. You will unite or you will fall.
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So, I lost the DVD remote, again... As such I'm watching the theatrical release of the Fellowship of the Ring for the first time ever (I am an extended edition only kind of woman! Anything else is blasphemy!) and it's surreal! It's the same story, with my favourite characters, but everything just feels off, it's so weird...
However, streaming is a god send and any version of LotR is better than none, even if it is blasphemous!
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There's something so pleasing to me about listening to things that came from the Lord of the Rings trilogy. The music, the languages, the lore, the songs. The fucking river spell.
Tell me with a straight face that this isn't aesthetically pleasing to watch and listen to?
Elvish: Nîn o Chithaeglir
Lasto beth daer;
Rimmo nîn Bruinen
dan in Ulaer!
English: Waters of the Misty Mountains
listen to the great word;
flow waters of Loudwater
Against the Ringwraiths!
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The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2001) dir. Peter Jackson
Sometimes I get a little annoyed by comments like ‘well if the eagles just took them to mordor everything would’ve been over so much faster’
but then I read the books and realize I’m this far through Fellowship and Frodo, Merry, Sam, and Pippin have literally just left the Shire and they haven’t even meet Aragorn yet and then I have just the tiniest bit of understanding for those comments.
Just the tiniest, mind you. I still wouldn’t change a thing about this series.
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I hope you’re ready
They set no watch; even Frodo feared no danger yet, for they were still in the heart of the Shire. A few creatures came and looked at them when the fire had died away. A fox passing through the wood on business of his own stopped several minutes and sniffed.
‘Hobbits!’ he thought. ‘Well, what next? I have heard of strange doings in this land, but I have seldom heard of a hobbit sleeping out of doors under a tree. Three of them! There’s something mighty queer behind this.’ He was quite right, but he never found out any more about it.
A curious fox encounters the Hobbits. There is much speculation about who the fox is - considering it is capable of such thought. The fox is mentioned one other time as being able to detect Strider and the Hobbits’ stealthy escape from Bree. Fellowship of the Ring, Three is Company.
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Boromir: We should take the ring and use it as a weapon against Sauron!
Boromir: Haha, I’m just joking.
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My youngest brother and I were watching the Pride And Prejudice 2005 movie and when we saw Mr Wickham , he and I both laughed because he looked a lot like Legolas. Then , throughout the movie ,we both grinned everytime Wickham came onscreen 😂😂.Now I cannot not see Mr Wickham as Legolas. Are we the only ones or do you think the same ? Just look at their resemblance 😁.
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About to go to bed, when what should I see,
But Lord of the Rings start on tv.
No rest for me, I say to myself.
No I'd much rather see the dwarf and the elf!
Watch the hobbits be brave, and the men be true.
So I'll watch this Fellowship, that's what I'll do.
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No matter how many times I watch The Fellowship of the Ring, the part where Bilbo Baggins goes all evil-face for a few seconds STILL scares the shit outta me.
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