While Peter Jackson toils away at his adaptation of
J.R.R. Tolkien's The Hobbit, you might want to take a look at what he made
of that fantasy classic's "sequel," The Lord of the Rings.
Each film in the trilogy will screen this month at the AMC Loews Boston Common
19 with an hour of additional footage and a filmed introduction by Jackson
himself. It starts today with the first - and some say the best - of the three, The Fellowship Of The Ring
(2001), in which Elijah Wood's sawed-off, hairy-footed Frodo is an unlikely
candidate to destroy the Ring and save Middle Earth from evil. It screens at
175 Tremont St, Boston |Tuesday, June 14 @ 7 pm | $11.50; $8.50 seniors | 617.423.5801.