Following the success of the previous two films, Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King still maintains its very specific angles. From wide-angle cameras, fly-cam scenes are used in the battlefield to cover all the horrors of the battle, to the close-up gaze, as if to illuminate, see through the heart, feel Contact of each character. In addition, alternating with that is a fast and definitive transition that helps the film to keep the tempo urgently as well as transmit up to two separate parallel journeys of the band.
Not entirely faithful to the original, but the way Peter Jackson leads the story in his own work has made critics highly appreciate it. If anyone has ever read the original text of the great writer JRR Tolkien, he would have realized that the battles in this fantasy novel would never have been described as thoroughly and violently by the author as directed by Peter Jackson… Bringing a sharp intuition on the emotions of the audience, the 54-year-old director made the battles of Lord of the Rings: The Return of the Kings immortal. When the gongs rang, the hooves pounded the road, the spears, and the battle screams, then all the emotions of the audience will be pushed to the end as stimulating adrenaline, made them hold their breath.