All steps of their journey have led to this: Imo, James and Fav chuck their final thoughts into the Cracks of Cinema Podcasting with this last episode on Peter Jackson’s The Lord of the Rings.
Yet, before they disappear beyond the silver curtain to a far green country, there’s still time to debate about how the film version did Denethor dirty; why the film’s protracted epilogue is a deep depiction of PTSD; and what this triumphant trilogy has to teach about adapting fantasy epics and male bonding.
So, enjoy as our triumvirate take you there and back again on this final foray into Middle-Earth…to a time before the three podcasters knew that The Return of the King (2003) would concur spookily with actual events in the UK…

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