A great end to possibly one of the greatest trilogy's of all time.
While it deviates from the books quite a book it lose's nothing because of it. The attention to detail during the movie shows Peter Jackson and the rest of the team must have really loved the books. However, they have acknowledged that the two mediums require quite different things, and have adjusted accordingly. While the over the top battles and "black and white" story could be huge criticisms, the well defined character's and artistic visuals make them into plus points. Who cares that the bad guy is merely an undefined, unseen evil, peter Jackson pulls you into the world enough not to care
While it has become a cliche to say it, Lord of the Rings is this generations Star Wars. (although this time, the last film is the best)
, Reviewed By Darkflame
The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King created by J.R.R. Tolkien (novel) Fran Walsh (screenplay)