calmtolkienreader: Ladies and Gentlemen, let me talk about all the parts that make me cry in the…

calmtolkienreader:

Ladies and Gentlemen, let me talk about all the parts that make me cry in the lord of the rings. Buckle up, it’s gonna be a long ride!

– The shire with its comforting music that feels like coming home

– “I wish the ring had never come to me”

– Gandalf’s death and the fellowship mourning

– Frodo mourning

– BOROMIR’S DEATH AND THE BREAKING OF THE FELLOWSHIP

– In Dreams

– May it be

– Rohan music

– Aragorn’s ‘death’ and Legolas and Gimli thinking they lost his friend forever

– “Today life is good”

– Haldir’s death

– Frodo and Sam talking about being part of stories and tales

– “Frodo wouldn’t have gone far without Sam”

– “So am I”

– Frodo smiling

– Gollum’s song

– RETURN OF THE KING

– Faramir and Denethor (and Boromir)

– Edge of Night

– Frodo getting weaker and weaker

– Pippin and Merry separating

– “He is not coming back.”

– Arwen seeing her future

– “There is still hope.”

– Theoden’s speech on the pellenor fields

– “Don’t go where I can’t follow”

– Merry’s and Pippin’s reunion

– Theoden’s death

– Eomer screaming in pain and sorrow when he finds Eowyn on the battle field

– Frodo being to weak to walk

– “I can’t carry it for you, but I can carry you!”

– Aragorn’s speech at the black gate

– “What about side by side with a friend?”

– “It’s over now”

– Frodo smiling in relieve

– “I’m glad you are with me Samwise Gamgee. Here at the end of all things.”

– Fellowship reunion

– Aragorn’s s coronation song

– “YOU BOW TO NO ONE!”

– Frodo narrating

– Back in the shire

– The Hobbits at the Green Dragon

– Frodo’s fading smile at Sam’s wedding

– “How do you pick up the threads of an old life…?”

– The grey havens soundtrack

– Bilbo and Frodo together in the carriage

– “I think I’m quite ready for another adventure…”

– “You don’t mean that. You can’t leave.”

– The shire has been saved but not for Frodo

– Frodo’s real, sweet and beautiful smile on the ship

– “My dear Sam…”

– “Well, I’m back.”

– INTO THE WEST and the end credits