Last week, I started this article with a scene from Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King; this week, I'm recycling the joke. But it's not because I'm Al Gore (hello, 30 Rock fans)--it's because it's kind of apt. Sam and Frodo have just destroyed the one ring, and they're rushing down the slopes of Mt. Doom as the volcano erupts. At the last second they realize that, no, they're not going to be able to run away from an already-erupting volcano, so they sit down on a rock and watch the lava flow around them.
“The ring is mine.” Frodo Baggins’ chilling line in the heart of Mount Doom at the end of The Return of the King is one the most shocking moments in Peter Jackson‘s trilogy. After three movies and over nine hours to get to this exac... Read Post
Elijah Wood remains best known as sweet, brave Frodo from Peter Jackson’s Lord of the Rings movies, but the actor’s never shied away from tackling weirder roles. Just a couple of years after Return of the King hit theaters, he appea... Read Post