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The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power (2022)

Action | Drama 
Popularity 2
Rayting:   6.6/10 64K votes
Country: USA
Language: English

Epic drama set thousands of years before the events of J.R.R. Tolkien's 'The Hobbit' and 'The Lord of the Rings' follows an ensemble cast of characters, both familiar and new, as they confront the long feared re emergence of evil to Middle earth.

Episode Guide

Season 1

October 13, 2022Episode 8 Alloyed
October 6, 2022Episode 7 The Eye
September 29, 2022Episode 6 Udun
September 22, 2022Episode 5 Partings
September 15, 2022Episode 4 The Great Wave
September 8, 2022Episode 3 Adar
September 1, 2022Episode 2 Adrift

Best The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power Episodes

Top 20 (Ranked)

September 1, 2022star7.4 19240 votesS1E1 A Shadow of the Past
September 1, 2022star7.3 15042 votesS1E2 Adrift
September 8, 2022star0.0 0 votesS1E3 Adar
September 15, 2022star0.0 0 votesS1E4 The Great Wave
September 22, 2022star0.0 0 votesS1E5 Partings
September 29, 2022star0.0 0 votesS1E6 Udun
October 6, 2022star0.0 0 votesS1E7 The Eye
October 13, 2022star0.0 0 votesS1E8 Alloyed

The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power Trailer

User Reviews

elljawa 2 September 2022

yatırımsız deneme bonusu. It's inevitable that this gets compared to Jackson's LOTR films. It isn't as good. But it wasn't likely to be. Hell, even Jackson wasn't able to follow up his own work all that well.

I would say, this is better than The Hobbit, even if it does lack some of the directorial flair of the film.

Pilots are always hard and usually pretty bad and by that metric,. This is a far better pilot than manh others. Far too much time was spent on a somewhat clumsy prologue, but once it got going it's pretty good

It's more visually appealing than it looked in the trailer. It seems maybe the saturation was closed in the trailer, the show itself doesn't look nearly so digital or artificial. I'm enjoying the lighting and cinematography for the most part. There is one shot of CGI blood splatter on a camera lens that is pretty jarring but not a huge deal

The writing is pretty standard for fantasy. The characters could be stronger. It gets the job done

Looking forward to the rest of this. Time will tell if this pays off for Amazon. I hope it does.

elljawa 2 September 2022

It's inevitable that this gets compared to Jackson's LOTR films. It isn't as good. But it wasn't likely to be. Hell, even Jackson wasn't able to follow up his own work all that well.

I would say, this is better than The Hobbit, even if it does lack some of the directorial flair of the film.

Pilots are always hard and usually pretty bad and by that metric,. This is a far better pilot than manh others. Far too much time was spent on a somewhat clumsy prologue, but once it got going it's pretty good

It's more visually appealing than it looked in the trailer. It seems maybe the saturation was closed in the trailer, the show itself doesn't look nearly so digital or artificial. I'm enjoying the lighting and cinematography for the most part. There is one shot of CGI blood splatter on a camera lens that is pretty jarring but not a huge deal

The writing is pretty standard for fantasy. The characters could be stronger. It gets the job done

Looking forward to the rest of this. Time will tell if this pays off for Amazon. I hope it does.

yooniverse 2 September 2022

The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power watchseries. While it's not the same quality as the films, it is nevertheless a gorgeous production, and I found myself back in Middle Earth in short order.

The casting is of course more "diverse", so that will need a little getting used to, but what isn't these days? At least Galadriel and Elrond weren't recast with BAME actors. I haven't found the diverse casting too obtrusive. Acting seems pretty decent, given that I don't recognize most of them.

I'm no Tolkien scholar, but I think some liberties were taken with LOTR canon. Still, I thought things are off to a great start, and it appears the dhow hmight be worth the big budget. Looking forward to a long run!

VertigoOne 2 September 2022

Few series' have stirred up this much controversy; and I, for one, find it impossible to write a review for these first two episodes that isn't in some way affected by the current cultural zeitgeist.

Well, in a perfect world, Rings of Power would be a hit. It has all the elements a TV-lover could ever ask for in an epic story -- the directing, acting, cinematography, set design, etc. Are all top-notch and build a beautiful world to become immersed in. Is it Tolkien's world? I don't know. I propose that most of these modern additions to time-tested materials should be assessed through the lens of fan-fiction. In the same way that Disney's Star Wars additions feel like fan fiction, I would say that Rings of Power feels like fan fiction. But very clean, well-produced, and artfully envisioned fan fiction. I, personally, loved it and was not disappointed, but I, also, am not accustomed to the body of work of J. R. R. Tolkien. So I think all the cinema world can do is stop and wait and see what the "true" fans have to say. 10/10, so far.

dopje_gc 2 September 2022

After I saw all the backlash because of the teasers and trailers and interviews I started this series with mixed feelings.

So I tried it and this far it's al little bit better then I thought.

But the issues I have is with the passing and the characters.

In my opinion the switched galadriel and Elrond's personality.

Also the passing and the diologe is very weird from time to time.

Also it seems like that every hates each others guts the humans hates the elf's the elf's hate humans and the dwarfs hate elf's it feels so weird and awkward.

On the brighter side it looks great and the music is pretty good.

But for some reason galadriel really doesn't feel like a likable character, maybe this will change in later episodes.

So far I m going to try it because although the story is far off what Tolkien wrote I m a bit intrigued.

And somehow it doesn't feel like lord of the rings but a different kind of fantasy show.

saimariejohnson 2 September 2022

I was immediately drawn in! I loved the beginning sequence and the world built is truly beautifully immersive! I can't wait to see what more comes from this exciting new fantasy series!

They did a great job filming and integrating various species and backstories to set the stage for this, and I am sure it will be a fan favorite in no time.

The explanation for the elves' position in having to begin fighting and their lack of a word for death was especially notable from the start. It gave a healthy understanding of why they feel so reluctant to trust any other groups. As an avid lover of fantasy I feel that seeing all the places such as Lindon, the Capitol of the Elves really helps to fully visualize Galadriel's experience and her suffering alike.

Backwards710 2 September 2022

We all know liberties were taken with this series so my review is not based on faithfulness to the source material.

A lot of the marketing for this show led people to fear it would be woke. I didn't see anything like that. I wasn't rolling my eyes or cringing at any virtue signalling.

The pace is a little rough in parts but since it's the beginning of the series I almost expect a little dawdling. There's a lot going on, things to be set up and introduced etc...

The characters and the story is engaging though, the cinematography was well done, and the score seemed to fit... so I'm honestly excited to see where this series goes.

Definitely give this a shot and decide for yourself.

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