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    The Art and the Business of My Inspirational Film A cultural product that inspires me is the film trilogy The Lord of the Rings, which was directed by Peter Jackson. This movie gave me inspiration because of how beautiful and well put together the film was. It made me want to be involved with the process of how great films are made. According to Wikipedia, “Jackson knew he wanted to bring the movie to the big screen, and was curious to why nobody decided to do so.” He wanted to take advantage of

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    From the Press to the Big Screen Recently, Peter Jackson has transformed the light-hearted novel The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien into a breathtaking trilogy. Primarily intended for children, the novel which is a mere 288 pages is now three movies that amount to over ten hours of film. Although keeping the same setting and plot of reclaiming the Lonely Mountain from the dragon Smaug, the movies differentiate themselves from the book when it comes to the additions in characters and main events. By adding

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    of Middle Earth to life in his films through two series, The Lord of the Rings trilogy and The Hobbit trilogy. They are his greatest works. Both were done masterfully, inspired by the famous author J. R. R. Tolkien’s books. The Most recent one, The Hobbit, told the backstory of Bilbo Baggins and the discovery of the ring of power. Yet, The Hobbit, while masterfully done, simply cannot top the incredible way Jackson directed and created The Lord of the Rings trilogy. Jackson’s cast for The Hobbit

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    Literature there. He was born in Bloemfontein, Orange Free State, and was Commander of the Order of the British Empire. John Ronald Reuel Tolkien was an English writer, poet, philologist, and university professor. Tolkien, with his books “The Lord of the Rings” Trilogy and “The Hobbit” and many other stories, was definitely a very influential British author. Americans aspire t...

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    Tolkien: A Racist, Sexist, or Not?

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    began to write literary essays about middle-earth. He also is the author of the Lord of the Rings Trilogy. Critics and historians often debate The Lord of the Rings Trilogy’s depictions of evil characters, often classifying J.R.R Tolkien as being a racist and a sexist or defending J.R.R. Tolkien by stating that his character descriptions were merely used to advance the plot and add an exotic atmosphere to the trilogy; however, after evaluating this assertion it is clear that J.R.R. Tolkien is not

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    of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone and The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring In recent years the fantasy genre has undergone a huge revival. Whereas it was once reserved for children's books of fairy tales, fantasy in both literature and film alike is increasingly becoming a more mainstream genre, enjoyed by people of all kinds. ==================================================================== Fantasy films are probably the most frequently stereotyped genre of

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    The Lord of the Rings Trilogy and the Arabic Tale of Buluqiya are both stories that depict the hero’s journey and the smaller tasks that advance the great one. In both works, the main undertaking of the hero is a ring said to grant immortality and the power to control all living things. However, the focus of the Tale of Buluqiya is the search for said ring while that of the film series is the destruction of the ring due to its differing origin. The call to adventure and exposure to the ring and its

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    done. The way that many are exposed to Norse mythology today is through modern media, specifically films. Three such films that include major elements of Norse mythology are Thor directed by Kenneth Branagh, Thor: The Dark World directed by Alan Taylor, and Avengers directed by Joss Whedon. All three of these films are part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) and fit together into one story. These films also create a fairly complex, modern interpretation of Norse mythology that is complete with major

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    The novel “The Hobbit”, or “There and back Again”, written by J.R.R. Tolkien tells the tale of a hobbit named Bilbo Baggins. This story has been adapted into three films, as well, by the filmmaker and screenwriter Peter Jackson. Throughout Jackson’s “The Hobbit” trilogy, he encompassed little of the most important components of the Tolkien’s literary edition. There were many differences between the two adaptations of the story. For instance, Jackson gave major roles to a variety of characters in

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    coastlines, sandy beaches, geothermal areas with hot springs, volcanoes, rolling hills, and dense native forests. Because of the diversity that the country offers it became the perfect backdrop for Peter Jackson, a native of New Zealand, to film The Lord of the Rings. He was able to successfully transform New Zealand into Middle Earth. The country is also home to many trees, flowering plants, ferns and birds that can only be found in New Zealand, this aspect makes the natural world very precious to most

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