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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 hate it when people post really perverted confessions. It just feels wrong to take a brillant series and reduce it to disgusting perverted madness.

I hate it when people post really perverted confessions. It just feels wrong to take a brillant series and reduce it to disgusting perverted madness.

Best friend ships, like Frodo and Sam, or Fili and Kili (or Harry and Ron in Harry Potter) annoy me. I think it’s stupid that they can’t just be friends. So they hug once on Mt. Doom and they’re gay. I hate that because it really takes away from their friendship.

Best friend ships, like Frodo and Sam, or Fili and Kili (or Harry and Ron in Harry Potter) annoy me. I think it’s stupid that they can’t just be friends. So they hug once on Mt. Doom and they’re gay. I hate that because it really takes away from their friendship.

It’s really hard for me to watch any scene with Bilbo and Frodo. It reminds me so much of me and my grandmother’s relationship. She was always so adventurous, kind, and always had that sweet grandma’s nature. For a while she was all I had.  I always admired Bilbo and Frodo, but now it reminds me so much of her that I guess I get upset almost anytime I watch the beginning of TFoTR. I wish she hadn’t left so soon.

It’s really hard for me to watch any scene with Bilbo and Frodo. It reminds me so much of me and my grandmother’s relationship. She was always so adventurous, kind, and always had that sweet grandma’s nature. For a while she was all I had.  I always admired Bilbo and Frodo, but now it reminds me so much of her that I guess I get upset almost anytime I watch the beginning of TFoTR. I wish she hadn’t left so soon.

I’m really torn about all the nods to Christianity that were woven into the Silmarillion and Lord of the Rings. On one hand, I’m religious, so it’s really pleasant, but on the other hand, I like cheering for Sauron (But not Morgoth if you’re wondering) and those under him. Which in turn means I’m rooting against God. Bit of a dilemma, eh?
Plus, I probably don’t even need to bring up how it’s really screwed up that the Elves are the favored people who can do(virtually) no wrong and Orcs are, even in the eyes of Maiar/Angels like Gandalf, just foul and not deserving of existence. And it bothers me how everyone just seems to go along with that interpretation.

I’m really torn about all the nods to Christianity that were woven into the Silmarillion and Lord of the Rings. On one hand, I’m religious, so it’s really pleasant, but on the other hand, I like cheering for Sauron (But not Morgoth if you’re wondering) and those under him. Which in turn means I’m rooting against God. Bit of a dilemma, eh?

Plus, I probably don’t even need to bring up how it’s really screwed up that the Elves are the favored people who can do(virtually) no wrong and Orcs are, even in the eyes of Maiar/Angels like Gandalf, just foul and not deserving of existence. And it bothers me how everyone just seems to go along with that interpretation.

The only thing I dislike about The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey is the way Thorin treats Bilbo.  I loved Thorin so much in the book, but in the film he is portrayed as so heartless and proud, it really upsets me.

There’s something oddly reminiscent about Dwarven patterns, almost a Frank Lloyd Wright-ish feel

There’s something oddly reminiscent about Dwarven patterns, almost a Frank Lloyd Wright-ish feel

"The Black Gate Opens" is probably my favorite track of the entire score. In about four minutes, it covers a multitude of emotions and samples a variety of themes from the score, the trumpet version of "Into the West" that plays when Sam picks up Frodo and carries him up Mt. Doom is one of the most fitting, heart-soaring, best film-music combinations of all time. I’d give anything for a sample of those last 30 seconds alone