J.R.R. Tolkien: The Origin of the Rings

J.R.R. Tolkien: The Origin of the Rings

A documentary about the life and influences of J.R.R. Tolkien, creator of the Middle Earth saga, told through re-creations and interviews with members of his family and other experts.

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J.R.R. Tolkien: The Origin of the Rings torrent reviews

Kyle B (ru) wrote: It's a very David Lynchian stylistic surrealist film with lots of long takes on strange objects or setting and loud, long blank noises like in Eraserhead and odd ball characters that may pop up only for a little bit. Gregg Turkington gives an excellent performance as this traveling stand up comedian with a very odd look to him and based on one of his own recurring characters that has appeared in many of Turkington's real life projects. Tye Sheridan is excellent as always and steals the show as a young performer on the road. John C. Reilly is great as always and Michael Cera has an odd appearance but makes the most of it. It's really an interesting fever dream of a movie like David Lynch's best work so if you are into David Lynch you'll be into this.

Edward K (br) wrote: very good movie might be a lil better than christine

Jennifer T (de) wrote: So cute... Great movie

Aaron C (ca) wrote: Hal Holbrook gives it his all in this masterful human drama that's more than a great movie. Highly recommended.

bill s (kr) wrote: It sucks.....just simply sucks.

sarah d (ag) wrote: Funniest movie I've seen in awhile!

Ryan R (kr) wrote: the plot is silly but it resonates more than it has any right to.

Erika P (ca) wrote: i cant really say to much but RIDIN DIRTY

Lori B (es) wrote: These films are amazing. Words cannot describe.

Chuck P (ca) wrote: A great film that shows a side of Germany that is not usually seen in war films.

Tristan D (es) wrote: Brilliantly directed by Curtiz, Doctor X is easily one of the most horrific films of the early 30s. True, some of the ideas are a bit sketchy but the moody visuals captured perfectly in two-strip technicolor are the stuff of nightmares. Nowhere is this more true than in the "synthetic flesh" climax. As for the cast, Tracy is a likeable hero, Wray is as beautiful as ever and Atwill steals the show with his sly delivery.

Marj D (br) wrote: This made me appreciate even more how good films like Conan the Barbarian are. Everyone was obviously acting their little socks off in this film but it just didn't measure up to the classic sword and sandles epics of the 80s. Jennifer Dorogi can certainly kick ass but she lacked the grace of Sandahl Bergman, and her outfit was frankly ridiculous. Sorry kids. A+ for effort but D for final submission.