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Lord of the Rings Confessions
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This is Lord of the Rings confessions -- a blog where you can anonymously submit your opinions on anything Lord of the Rings, be it a casting choice in the films, something from the book, your ships, or even the fandom itself -- anything at all. Confessions can be submitted in the ask box.

Though we call ourselves LOTR confessions, also take confessions about anything Tolkien.

This blog was inspired by blogs such as Harry Potter Confessions and Criminal Minds Confessions.

If you're looking for a specific character or book, the tag page has most of it sorted.

Enjoy the blog! :)

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I know Galadriel wasn’t in the book of The Hobbit. But I can’t hate on Peter Jackson for giving me some more of Cate Blanchett i prosthetic ears and those long, flowing gowns.

I know Galadriel wasn’t in the book of The Hobbit. But I can’t hate on Peter Jackson for giving me some more of Cate Blanchett i prosthetic ears and those long, flowing gowns.

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I am single because SAMWISE GAMGEE has ruined my expectations of men. I mean he is litterary the definition of “husband material”. (Fucking hate my fucking life *goes into the forest and calls for Sam*)

I am single because SAMWISE GAMGEE has ruined my expectations of men. I mean he is litterary the definition of “husband material”. (Fucking hate my fucking life *goes into the forest and calls for Sam*)

I think Peter Jackson really did J.R.R. Tolkien credit; he conveyed the characters extremely well and all the sets are amazing. I can’t wait to see what the last Hobbit will bring.

I think Peter Jackson really did J.R.R. Tolkien credit; he conveyed the characters extremely well and all the sets are amazing. I can’t wait to see what the last Hobbit will bring.

The speech that Gandalf gives Pippin about what happens after death in RotK fills me with so much comfort, it almost makes me unafraid to die.

The speech that Gandalf gives Pippin about what happens after death in RotK fills me with so much comfort, it almost makes me unafraid to die.

My third grade teacher would always play Enya music while we did work or took tests, and I grew up with the misconception that the part in May It Be that is in Elfish was actually Latin. It took nearly ten years to learn that it wasn’t Latin…

My third grade teacher would always play Enya music while we did work or took tests, and I grew up with the misconception that the part in May It Be that is in Elfish was actually Latin. It took nearly ten years to learn that it wasn’t Latin…

In the Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, when the Uruk-Hai music theme played when you saw Sauruman, the greatest amount of shivers down my spine. In DOS when you see Sauron in his armor, I an even greater amount shivers trickled down my back.

In the Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, when the Uruk-Hai music theme played when you saw Sauruman, the greatest amount of shivers down my spine. In DOS when you see Sauron in his armor, I an even greater amount shivers trickled down my back.

Sometimes I feel like I’m the only one who was very disappointed that the Eagle King wasn’t even mentioned or met in The Hobbit movies thus far. Like… where is the fifth army coming from??

Sometimes I feel like I’m the only one who was very disappointed that the Eagle King wasn’t even mentioned or met in The Hobbit movies thus far. Like… where is the fifth army coming from??

It annoys me when people comment on the lack of women. It is technically a war film set in medieval times and back then women simply didn’t go to war. There are women in the city areas which makes sense. This is coming from a woman herself.

It annoys me when people comment on the lack of women. It is technically a war film set in medieval times and back then women simply didn’t go to war. There are women in the city areas which makes sense. This is coming from a woman herself.

To me, The Fellowship of the Ring has the happiest ending in both the books and movies. Yes, Boromir’s death was sad, but it wasn’t nearly as depressing as The Return of the King’s, nor dark and foreboding in the case of The Two Towers. Instead all characters, especially Frodo & Sam, have a clear goal and are confident to go on ahead no matter what dangers they may face.

To me, The Fellowship of the Ring has the happiest ending in both the books and movies. Yes, Boromir’s death was sad, but it wasn’t nearly as depressing as The Return of the King’s, nor dark and foreboding in the case of The Two Towers. Instead all characters, especially Frodo & Sam, have a clear goal and are confident to go on ahead no matter what dangers they may face.

One issue with Luke Evans being Bard is that while he’s a great actor, I can’t see him becoming a King (which he does by the end of the Hobbit, by the way). He just seems too cold and harsh to be a great leader. I always imagined him having a rich tone to his voice, which is why he stood out among the people of Lake-town, but he just sounds like any other guy in the movie.

One issue with Luke Evans being Bard is that while he’s a great actor, I can’t see him becoming a King (which he does by the end of the Hobbit, by the way). He just seems too cold and harsh to be a great leader. I always imagined him having a rich tone to his voice, which is why he stood out among the people of Lake-town, but he just sounds like any other guy in the movie.