Tolkien's legacy is in safe hands as this is one of the best examples of adapting a book to the screen I've seen.
Conor McMahon's spoof of the '80s slasher genre is a knowing parody that hits all the right marks.
The Hobbit really is something unexpected.
Don’t waste your time and money, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey is boring.
The Phantom Menace of The Lord of the Rings
Lego: The Lord of the Rings is the deepest adventure yet in a Lego game and is a beautiful effort despite a few technical issues.
From small beginnings come the grandest adventures. No matter how you choose to view it, you'll love it.
Nominated for 11 Oscars, it also won 11 Oscars, closing out Peter Jackson's epic trilogy effectively.
The second film in Peter Jackson's award-winning trilogy ups the ante for action.
While I found the theatrical cut already bloated, the "extended edition" adds 50 minutes (20 of which are credits).