Tagged: Lord of the Rings

Top 5 (bad guy) movie sidekicks

Last time, I looked at heroic sidekicks from movies. Now, I’m going to take a look at 5 movie sidekicks that were anything but heroic. 1. Oddjob Granted, the James Bond series was already on its third movie (Goldfinger

Top 5 (good guy) movie sidekicks

Throughout history, both in real life and otherwise, there have always been those who seem to be, intentionally or not, subordinate to someone else. The slang expression that describes such a person is “sidekick”. In literature, such characters include Sancho…

VIDEO: The Hobbit (1966)

Hey, Tolkien fans! Did you know that there's a film version of The Hobbit that you've probably never seen? Well, today's your lucky day then! Join Mr. Mendo (and special guest Mikhail Gorbachev) as we take a look! It's in a book! Um, sorry about that. Wow, that's an engraved response.

VIDEO: Legacy Hunting: Lord of the Rings

This time on Legacy Hunting, it's J.R.R. Tolkien's renowned fantasy epic The Lord of the Rings, later turned into an animated feature by Ralph Bakshi, and of course, also turned into one of the most epic fantasy trilogies ever, by director Peter Jackson.

The Return of the King (1980) (part 8 of 8)

“His approach is cut short as he sees the reason a swarm of Orcs hasn’t gotten around to curb-stomping him into oblivion: they’re all dead. Naturally, we get a monologue explaining this, and I think even the five year olds watching at this point are probably going, ‘Move it along, goddammit, I got shit to do today!’”

The Return of the King (1980) (part 7 of 8)

“His approach is cut short as he sees the reason a swarm of Orcs hasn’t gotten around to curb-stomping him into oblivion: they’re all dead. Naturally, we get a monologue explaining this, and I think even the five year olds watching at this point are probably going, ‘Move it along, goddammit, I got shit to do today!’”

The Return of the King (1980) (part 6 of 8)

“His approach is cut short as he sees the reason a swarm of Orcs hasn’t gotten around to curb-stomping him into oblivion: they’re all dead. Naturally, we get a monologue explaining this, and I think even the five year olds watching at this point are probably going, ‘Move it along, goddammit, I got shit to do today!’”