Finally our first feedback on The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power. 2022 is the year of fantasy lovers, with two major new series in the genre, including Game of thrones spin off Dragon House.
The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power It seems very good. Which, perhaps, turned out to be unwarranted fans’ fears, as many people feared that the series would never do justice to JRR Tolkien’s books.
The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power-interactions
Reviews of The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power We don’t have it yet, but the first reactions on social media have been allowed to surface.
So today we have a whole bunch of first reactions to the series, which show the story is a bit overcrowded, but it promises to become a good thing.
The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power Happening for thousands of years the hobbit And the the Lord of the Rings af, set in the second Middle-earth era and based on appendices and detailed descriptions in Tolkien’s work.
We learn the story of Sauron’s rise as a villain, the formation of the Rings and much more. September 2, Prime Video will release two episodes. For the next six weeks, a new one will be shown online every week.
I watched the first 2 episodes of Tweet embed‘s #Lord of the rings series. Get ready to conquer the size and scope #TheRingsofPower. I don’t know how they managed to achieve this, but they made a “Lord of the Rings” show which is similar to “Lord of the Rings”. pic.twitter.com/OTZjH41WTS
– Stephen Weintraub (@colliderfrosty) August 24, 2022
I can now say that the first two episodes of #TheRingsOfPower Cinematic as fantasy can be on TV. The emoticons were made specifically for Tolkien fans and are *epic* as LOTR should be.
J.A. Bayona and cinematographer Oscar Vora continue to make magic together, and it’s a true duo’s dream. pic.twitter.com/YsBRrpf6Mb
— Andrew J. Salazar (@AndrewJ626) August 24, 2022
I watched the first two episodes of #TheRingsOfPower I was amazed. I’ve always been a regular fan, with no major associations to the source material, so I was expecting this to be too much for me. Sometimes it is, but it’s still fun enough, all I wanted was to know more.
– Lissete Lanuza Sáenz ✨ (lizziethat) August 24, 2022
I have seen #RingsofPower And I can say for sure that you’re ready to get a treat. Big, bold and beautiful to look at. TBD if it would sit alongside the Jackson films or deserve the Tolkien name, but for now, all one would expect is the extreme pizza one would expect from a historically expensive production. pic.twitter.com/Fgwh5L8eYC
– Eric Francisco (@EricFrancisco24) August 24, 2022
the Lord of the Rings: #TheRingsOfPower It immediately captured my imagination with captivating stories and characters in Middle-earth both familiar and new.
The story/setting is quite dense, however, the pace in EPs 1 and 2 is a bit slow, but it definitely makes you want more. pic.twitter.com/nJJSHFMaLo
– GermainLussier August 24, 2022
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