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The Lord Of The Rings: The Return Of The King - Part 1

The Ring must be destroyed, Only in the fires of Mount doom in Mordor can this mission be established. Meanwhile the middle-earth war is about to escalate
Duration: 201 min
Quality: HD
Release: 2003
IMDb: 8.9
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December 08, 2014 The best part in the best movie trilogy of all time.
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Florida Times-Union
December 08, 2014 Satisfyingly, Astin's Sam grows the most here, coming into his heroic own. His big eyes, gazing adoringly and beseechingly at the tormented Frodo, speak volumes about loyalty and bravery.
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Uncut Magazine [UK]
December 08, 2014 It may not beat The Two Towers for sheer spectacle and thrill, but this is still some feat.
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AV Club
November 19, 2013 The Return Of The King ultimately proves up to the series' increasingly difficult task: making movies that echo legends, making legends that reflect life, and reconciling it all with the fact that both legends and lives all eventually meet their ends.
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Rolling Stone
January 15, 2004 Pops your eyes, excites your senses and brings you in as close as a whisper for scenes of startling emotion.
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Time Out
February 09, 2006 Some story strands are crudely abbreviated; others fail to develop elements that were already well-established.
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Tulsa World
December 08, 2014 For all its mythic, metaphorical weight, The Return of the King and its two predecessors finally speak to the dignity and humanity of the smallest among us. And the best movie masterpieces have always been made of such common stuff.
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Wall Street Journal
November 19, 2013 Yes, the running time is long, and yes, those many endings in a slow, dreamy coda left me feeling spent -- better spent than I can ever remember.
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Associated Press
November 19, 2013 With The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King, Peter Jackson delivers a decent ending to his fantasy trilogy -- actually, about 12 endings.
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Chicago Reader
February 06, 2007 Standing out amid an excellent cast is Elijah Wood, stymied by tweeness in the earlier films but here convincingly developing the character of Frodo as the embodiment of valor and self-sacrifice.
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December 08, 2014 The third part of Peter Jackson's monumental Lord Of The Rings trilogy fully lives up to its predecessors.
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Sky Movies
December 08, 2014 This is the crowning glory -- a cinematic feat that satisfies at every level.
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IMDb: 7
109 min
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
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