“The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.” – Edmund Burke At last, we sadly come to the end. Third acts in movie franchises have historically been weaker than the movies that preceded them. There are rare exceptions to that but if you think about movies like […]
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After the critical and commercial success of The Fellowship of the Ring, the expectations were higher for The Two Towers. For Peter Jackson and crew, The Two Towers was the hardest movie to make out of the three because when their script was changed from two movies (as originally intended) to three, some major changes […]