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While Frodo and Sam edge closer to Mordor with the help of the shifty Gollum, the divided fellowship makes a stand against Sauron#39;s new ally, Saruman, and his hordes of Isengard.
Ratings: 9 / 10 from

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Size: 1640 MB
Length: 235 Minute(s)
Resolution: 720p ,1080p Bluray

Sauron's forces increase. His allies grow. The Ringwraiths return in an even more frightening form. Saruman's army of Uruk Hai is ready to launch an assault against Aragorn and the people of Rohan. Yet, the Fellowship is broken and Boromir is dead. For the little hope that is left, Frodo and Sam march on into Mordor, unprotected. A number of new allies join with Aragorn, Gimli, Legolas, Pippin and Merry. And they must defend Rohan and attack Isengard. Yet, while all this is going on, Sauron's troops mass toward the City of Gondor, for the War of the Ring is about to begin.

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Movie Parental Guide

nudity 1/10 In a dream, two characters kiss two or three times.
violence 8/10 Orcs raid and burn a village to the ground, burning buildings and killing without mercy. People flee and scream in terror. Cavalry charge an orc encampment. Several orcs are shot with arrows and stabbed. One orc is speared, but chases two characters into the woods. We see his bloody gut wound, and he limps with agony. Cavalry men charge cavalry orcs. Soldiers on both sides are stabbed, speared, decapitated and limbs are hacked off. We see bloodied swords and several bodies on the ground. In the end, climatic battle scene, we see see thousands of orcs charge a fortress held by a few hundred humans and elves. The defenders fire arrows, spears and rocks into the attacking army and kill several. We see hundreds of dead orc bodies on the ground. The orcs climb the wall and engage the defenders. Soldiers on both sides are stabbed, speared, shot, decapitated and limbs are slashed off. In a distressing scene boys as young as 10 are forced to fight in a war, and we clearly see one get slashed across the face (with blood). A principal character is speared in shoulder during the battle. Thousands of cavalry riding men charge into orcs on foot. Several orcs are killed. Characters find an orc head impaled on a spear. Humans ambush another group of humans fighting for the bad guys. Several of the bad guy humans are shot with arrows and we see several dead bodies. The orcs are shown to be cannibalistic and eat their own kind, with gross and occasionally bloody results. Two people examine another human who is dying of a wound. They remove a bandage showing a very bloody wound with blood still oozing out of it. The woman turns away horrified. They comfort the wounded man, who dies later that night. In the extended edition, we see the aftermath of a battle at a creek, with several, bloodied dead bodies of orcs and men on the ground, with blood in the creek.
profanity 0/10 None.
alcohol 2/10 Several characters smoke pipes and drink wine and ale, though they never get drunk.
frightening 7/10 Armies of goblins and orcs are grotesque, with rough voices and yellow eyes and sharp teeth. A few of them have blood dripping out of their mouths. They are very frightening. The goblins are shown in several scenes. In a scene in which the main character falls into a marsh that carries the souls of dead people, we see very scary, grotesque ghosts trying to pull him in before he is instead pulled out. This scene is disturbing and very scary. The servants of Sauron are clad all in black with their faces invisible. They emit loud screams and talk with a very evil, low voice. They ride grotesque flying creatures that kill people and good guys without mercy, mostly by picking them up and letting them fall. Gollum is a frightening, frightening creature, who is present through most of the film, though he talks and interacts with main characters. Total: 18/50 BBFC - (12A) Moderate violence, fantasy horror.

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