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And so begins the trilogy of the long walk . . .
I heard it said that the Lord of the Rings Trilogy, when boiled down, is about two things, the beauty of New Zealand and the art of the walk. The first film of the three, "The Fellowship of the Ring", is more about the exposition of the story than the other movies in this series. It is a glorious introduction to the characters and the storyline; the art of the effects, costumes, and make-up are mind blowing, and the scenery of the locations is breath taking. We as the viewer get to know Frodo, his friends, and his nemeses well during this time, and you get a taste of what the journey will be in the days to come. I enjoyed the film without reading the books and have decided to keep it this way. I am not a reader who enjoys long exposition and landscape description. Saying that, The premise of the film and story is phenomenal and am glad that Jackson and his team adapted this book into an easy on the eye movie that can be enjoyed by all.