Tuesday, 31 May 2011

The Lord of the Rings

The story takes place in the context of historical events in North-West Middle-earth. Long before the start of the novel the Dark Lord Sauron forged the One Ring in the year 1600 of the Second Age to gain power over other rings held by the leaders of MenElves and Dwarves. He is defeated in battle in the year of 3441 of the Second Age, and Isildur, son of Elendilcuts off his Ring and claims it as an heirloom for his line. Isildur is later killed by Orcs, and the Ring is lost in the river Anduin. Over two thousand years later, the Ring comes into the hands of the hobbit Déagol, who is then strangled to death by his friend Sméagol, who takes the ring, is banished from his community and hides under the mountains, where the Ring transforms him over the course of hundreds of years into a twisted, corrupted creature called Gollum. Eventually he loses the Ring, which, as recounted in The Hobbit, is found by Bilbo Baggins. Meanwhile Sauron takes a new physical form and reoccupies Mordor, his old realm. Gollum sets out in search of the Ring, but is captured by Sauron, who learns that Bilbo Baggins has the Ring. Gollum is set loose, and Sauron, who needs the Ring to regain his full power, sends forth the Ringwraiths, his dark, fearsome servants, to seize it.
Later, Frodo Bolson, the hobbit that found the ring,  most go to the Mordor to throw it into the volcan of one of Mordor's mountains, then all will finish, but the obsesionated Gollum, won't let him do it, so he stoped Frodo, but at least the ring falls into the lava, in hand's from Gollum. At this moment, all the creatures made by Sauron, fall into the earth, and Sauron also.

Now the trailers of the films:
1-The fellowship of the ring

2-The Two Towers

3-The Return of the King

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