Two decades ago, the landmark feature film The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2001) was released to the screen showing its pure potential in celebrating the narration from J.R.R Tolkien but at the same time adapted a faithful story of the characters and the world Tolkien embraced.
WHAT DEFINES A really good film? Is it the story, the character or how it’s directed? Maybe it’s just because of the genre, the audience has certain preconception. These days you may never know what opinion you will get before you see the movie itself.