The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers

2002

Action / Adventure / Drama / Family / Fantasy

841
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 96%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 95%
IMDb Rating 8.7 10 1285935

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Cate Blanchett as Galadriel
Miranda Otto as Eowyn
Sean Bean as Boromir
Andy Serkis as Gollum
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by sahilparab-49089 10 / 10

Great Masterpiece.....Almost every part watching was just like being there.

Peter Jackson's amazing sequel it is an EPIC war drama film I love the Final Battle at Helm's Deep. Also the Treebeard .....With Merry and Pippin. The Battle of the Treebeard's army with Saruman's Uruk-hai ...... GREAT.....One!!!!!!

Reviewed by SlyGuy21 10 / 10

Soldier on!

This is up there with some of the best sequels I can think of. Taking everything that "The Fellowship of the Ring" started, and cranking it way past 11, "The Two Towers" is the ultimate rising action to an awesome climax. It has everything you could ever want out of a sequel, more action, more story, proper introductions to new characters, passion, and above all, respect. Respect is the key to this entire series. Respect for the source material, respect for the audience, respect for the characters. Characters are maturing, their personalities growing, and don't even get me started on the effects. The special effects in this have aged like a fine wine. The biggest fault this series could've run into down the line is special effects that didn't age well, but they've aged beautifully. Gollum in this looks as real as he ever did, and the mix of practical effects is greatly appreciated.

The climax in this is God tier to me. Once the battle of Helm's Deep starts, the film goes into overdrive. Throwing so much action at you, yet it never outlives it's welcome, it never feels too long. It's executed to perfection, cutting between different scenarios that are all important in their own way. Peter Jackson crafted a masterclass of a film here, and one of the best sequels to ever grace a screen.

Reviewed by andrewroy-04316 9 / 10

A well-rounded and fast-paced movie with great action

The Two Towers steps up to the plate and delivers an even better movie than the first. The action scenes are exciting and very well done, and the cinematography, editing, CGI, and especially score were all phenomenal. One of my frustrations in the series in general is the lack of secondary themes beyond the pull and power of good/evil and the ring as a representation of power. However, I liked how the movie delved deeper into that dichotomy and did a great job of developing characters. I loved Serkis' work as Smeagol as well. The Two Towers does not drag at all and is riveting all the way through despite the long run time.

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