The Greatest Trilogy Of All Time Continues!
Nolane - wrote on 11/11/13
After the outstanding "Fellowship Of The Ring", Peter Jackson managed to deliver an equally brilliant film in "The Two Towers." Since this is the middle act of the epic Lord Of The Rings tale, it could have been the weak link, but instead it concludes with the slam, bang thunder of the battle of Helm's Deep. Once again acting is top notch across the board, and all technical credits are state of the art. The scene where Gandalf charges down a hill on horseback in the final battle with horses thundering all around him and Howard Shore's unbelievably fantastic musical score soaring to the heavens is perhaps the greatest movie scene ever put on film. Words can't really describe how great all the Lord Of The Rings movies are, so just watch all three. Once again, make sure to see the extended cut of this movie, which is light years better than the still excellent theatrical cut.