The Lord of the Films

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The Lord of the Films: The Unofficial Guide to Tolkien's Middle-Earth on the Big Screen
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AuthorJ.W. Braun
PublisherECW Press
Released1 September 2009[1]

The Lord of the Films is a 2009 guidebook to Tolkien's works and adaptations, with a special focus on Peter Jackson's The Lord of the Rings (film series).

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A unique scene-by-scene breakdown of all of the Lord of the Rings movies, this guide provides in-depth analysis of the live-action trilogy and other related films, alongside games, puzzles, and interviews with the filmmakers. Each scene is explored in four different ways: a closer look at the plot and the action, a look behind the scenes, a reveal of mistakes that slipped through, and audience reactions. In addition to covering the stunning Peter Jackson trilogy and other adaptions (including the animated adaptations), details are also revealed about the prequel films currently in production, making this an essential volume for any Lord of the Rings fan.

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  1. The Lord of the Films at (accessed 31 August 2011)