‘The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power’ 1×06 Review: “Udûn”

‘The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power’ 1×06 Review: “Udûn”
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  1. Lance Walker says:

    They took J.R.R. Tolkien‘s iconic world of middle, and turned it into a disaster they’ve bastardized it and ruined it, this must be deliberate it’s a horrible depiction of middle earth and the characters. I know you need to change it here and there but they don’t do that, they’ve changed everything and put their own messages in there, they should’ve stayed true to the source material, they would’ve had a massive hit on their hand, Jeff Bezos needs to fire everyone of these people and get new writers directors one that have nothing to do with wokeism and ain’t afraid of the mob and Hollywood saying where’s our representation you ain’t got one this is fantasy and it’s Tolkien’s world,, The inclusive part is everybody will enjoy it because it came out of his mind and his heart not ours, and in this article saying I can’t wait to watch it unfold says to me this is a damage control gaslighting article saying it’s one thing when it ain’t, grow a pair and tell the truth they messed it all up.

  2. Well said! Pretty much everything I was thinking.

    “Aronwyn” is our favorite ship. I’ve been a LOTR fan since I rolled up an elf in D&D in 1978 and the DM said “Play an elf, read the book.” I’ve been writing and illustrating them since, and massive credit to Ismael Cruz Cordova for doing the hard work to understand the archetype, do the stunts to perfection, and give us those wonderful expressions and emotions, and to Nazanin Boniadi for being just awesome. (kudos to Tyroe as Theo too, may they all live long and prosper). Arondir is the most elvish elf that ever elfed.

    The Isildur/Elendil dad/son thing is developing well.

    Galadriel on a horse was fabulous (it’s a double cream dilute, not a white horse).

    I feel a lot of complainers are members of Short Attention Span Theater. They need to put down their phones and pay attention, and watch it a few times to catch the details. This is long form storytelling, much like the books.

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