Three facts why Return of the King is the best of the Lord of the Ring’s trilogy 

Return of the King

Films adapted from books are typically more successful than original cinematic as they generate 53% more revenue than original screenplays worldwide. A phenomenal 70% of the world’s top 20 grossing films are based on books, and when it comes to fantasy, who can forget Lord of the ring’s sequel return of the King? According to Betway Insider, the movie has grossed up a staggering 1.1 Billion USD worldwide. With his impressive, globe-conquering adaptation of JRR Tolkein’s epic fantasy adventure trilogy, Peter Jackson dragged fiction into the digital age, organizing beyond all the odds to make it one of the blockbusters of all times.

Here’s how this conclusion to the influential Lord of the Rings makes this masterpiece best among Lord of the Ring’s trilogy.

Incomparable action beyond imagination

The reason which made the Lord of the Rings films such a remarkable success was their ability to indulge the audience in their fictional fantasy world and creates its inhabitants into fully-fledged people for them to care about. It took a lot of time to freeze the tension of the far-reaching battle sequences and their overall reliability. Still, its essential, indispensable need makes its unforgettable moments worth selling.

Scenes like the Boromir (Sean Bean) in Fellowship of the Ring, the demise of Gandalf the Grey (Ian McKellen), or the devastation of Isengard and the rise of Gandalf the White in Two Towers fixed in the minds of the audience even after the credits rolled owing to their sentimental reverberation. Moreover, without any surprise, the two movies are of outstanding excellence in storytelling; Return of the King makes this chain more effective than its formers, in brilliant and terrible ways as well. 

Packed with unforgettable moments

Return of the King advanced with some authentic heart-wrenching and cheering moments devoted for the fans of Lord of the Rings. Beholding Eowyn’s (Miranda Otto) overthrow of the Witch-King Aragorn steering the Army of the Dead into battle are the prime examples of the catchy shots that make its termination magnificent. While on the other hand, scenes like Frodo’s (Elijah Wood) jobbery by the One Ring and King Theoden’s (Bernard Hill) death projected for less than victorious grounds, inculcating grief, into the audience. 

The Return of the King didn’t abandon capitalizing on viewers’ suppressed sentiments transferring on the foundation of Fellowship of the Ring and Two Towers. 

The conclusion is highly rewarding

Besides its common good or evil story entailing the former’s plan to thwart the latter’s schemes, Lord of the Rings is a story about the characters themselves.

With Sauron overthrown and the forces of darkness greatly languished, Middle-Earth and its inhabitants began a new chapter in their history. Aragorn eventually takes his desired place on Gondor’s throne, Gimli (John Rhys-Davies) and Legolas (Orlando Bloom) takes some measure of peace between the dwarves and elves, and Sam (Sean Astin) goes home to the Shire along with Merry (Dominic Monaghan) and Pippin (Billy Boyd) to marry his longtime girlfriend, Rosie Cotton (Sarah McLeod), bidding Frodo, Gandalf and Bilbo (Ian Holm) farewell as they make for Valinor. 

However, the movie also has many fake-out finales that become a running joke among Lord of the Rings’ die-hard audience. One can’t deny that they left a long-lasting impact on Return of the King’s popularity. These scenes disappointed viewers, which let them say goodbye to their favorite characters and watch them realize their goals from the outset of their collective journey two movies before.

If you are planning to re-watch any film, then you should definitely consider the Return of the King. However, if you want more thrill than nostalgia, then watching a soccer match would be more appropriate. 

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