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Format: DVD
Sku: 205542308
UPC: 794043111228
UPC 14: 00794043111228
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A New Power is Rising.
The Fellowship has broken, but the quest to destroy the One Ring continues. Frodo and Sam must entrust their lives to Gollum if they are to find their way to Mordor. As Saruman's army approaches, the surviving members of the Fellowship, along with people and creatures from Middle-earth, prepare for battle. The War of the Ring has begun. Nominated for six Academy Awards including Best Picture.

Includes the theatrical and special extended edition of the film.

"The storylines are woven together skilfully, the magnificent swooping aerial shots are breathtaking, and the overall experience is awesome.  Brian Webster, Apollo Movie Guide
"One fabulous Middle-earth show.  Desson Thomson, The Washington Post
"...teeming, glorious landscapes and dark, bloody epic movie fantasy journey for the ages.  Michael Wilmington, Chicago Tribune
"Spectacular in every sense of the word, even if you don't know an Orc from a Uruk-Hai.  Peter Travers, Rolling Stone
"...has a grave gusto that energizes every moment...a thrilling work of film craft.  Richard Corliss, Time
"The miracle is that The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers is better: tighter, smarter, funnier.  Ty Burr, Boston Globe
"A brilliantly conceived, boldly executed, cumulatively thrilling fantasy epic that expands the art of film...  William Arnold, Seattle Post-Intelligencer

Editor's Note
Picking up where the first film left off, Peter Jackson's THE TWO TOWERS throws the remaining members of the Fellowship into the scattered chaos of Middle-earth, now fully under siege by the forces of Sauron. While Frodo (Elijah Wood) and Sam (Sean Astin) journey to the dreaded Mordor, Merry (Dominic Monaghan) and Pippin (Billy Boyd) are held captive by orcs, and Aragorn (Viggo Mortensen), Legolas (Orlando Bloom), and Gimli (John Rhys-Davies) search for their abducted companions. Soon Frodo and Sam are joined by the sulking and duplicitous Gollum (portrayed by the voice and motion-captured acting of Andy Serkis), who becomes their guide through the barren lands leading to Mount Doom. Meanwhile Merry and Pippin encounter the looming Treebeard (voiced by Rhys-Davies) and Aragorn, Legolas, and Gimli find themselves in the land of Rohan, accompanied by an old friend. As the tale continues, each scenario becomes more perilous, and fierce battles erupt at both Isengard, home of the treacherous Saruman (Christopher Lee), and the massive Helm's Deep.

After masterfully setting up the world created by J.R.R. Tolkien in THE FELLOWSHIP OF THE RING, Jackson continues the trilogy with the increasingly dark and battle-filled TWO TOWERS without skipping a beat. Although the director takes a few more liberties in adapting the second installment, he skillfully cuts from one scenario to the next, creating a tightly woven tapestry with the various storylines. Joining the impressive cast this time around are Miranda Otto as Éowyn; Bernard Hill as her father, King Théoden; Brad Dourif as the aptly named Grima Wormtongue; Karl Urban as Éomer; David Wenham as Faramir; and Serkis under the remarkable CGI facade of Gollum. An intense epic that features one jaw-dropping sequence after another, THE TWO TOWERS more than carries its weight as the crucial centerpiece of THE LORD OF THE RINGS.


Video Features DVD, Limited Edition, No Longer Produced

Technical Info

Release Information
Video Mfg Name Studio: New Line
Video Release Date Release Date: 11/13/2007
Video CategoryId Catalog ID: 11122
Video UPC UPC: 00794043111228
Video Number of Discs Number of Discs: 1

Audio & Video
Video Original Language Original Language: English
Video Audio Spec Available Audio Tracks: English

Aspect Ratio
Video Aspect Ratio Anamorphic Widescreen  2.35:1

Cast & Crew

Video Cast Info Andy Serkis
Video Cast Info Brad Dourif
Video Cast Info Cate Blanchett
Video Cast Info Christopher Lee
Video Cast Info Elijah Wood
Video Cast Info Hugo Weaving
Video Cast Info Ian McKellen
Video Cast Info Karl Urban
Video Cast Info Liv Tyler
Video Cast Info Orlando Bloom
Video Cast Info Sean Astin
Video Cast Info Viggo Mortensen
Video Cast Info Andrew Lesnie - Cinematographer
Video Cast Info Barrie M. Osborne - Producer
Video Cast Info Fran Walsh, et. al. - Screenplay
Video Cast Info Grant Major - Production Designer
Video Cast Info Harvey Weinstein - Executive Producer
Video Cast Info Howard Shore - Original Music By
Video Cast Info J.R.R. Tolkien - Based On Novel By
Video Cast Info Jabez Olssen - Editor
Video Cast Info Michael Horton - Editor
Video Cast Info Peter Jackson - Director
Video Cast Info Philip Ivey, et. al. - Art Director


Winner (2004)
   Video Award Name Grammy, Howard Shore, Best Score Soundtrack Album for a Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media
   Video Award Name People's Choice, The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, Favorite Dramatic Motion Picture

Winner (2003)
   Video Award Name British Academy Awards, The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, Audience Award
   Video Award Name British Academy Awards, Jim Rygiel, et. al., Best Achievement in Special Visual Effects
   Video Award Name British Academy Awards, Ngila Dickson, Richard Taylor, Best Costume Design
   Video Award Name MTV Award, The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, Best Action Sequence
   Video Award Name MTV Award, The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, Best Movie
   Video Award Name MTV Award, Elijah Wood, et. al., Best On-Screen Team
   Video Award Name MTV Award, "Gollum", Best Virtual Performance
   Video Award Name Oscar, Ethan Van der Ryn, Mike Hopkins, Best Sound Editing
   Video Award Name Oscar, Jim Rygiel, et. al., Best Visual Effects

Professional Reviews

Entertainment Weekly
"...THE TWO TOWERS conjures an illusion of the gravity that you want from an emotionally charged storybook epic..." 12/13/2002 p.55-6

Los Angeles Times
"...The director's great strength is the confidence with which he translates Tolkien's vision into visual imagery..." 12/18/2002 p.C1

New York Times
"...A rare perfect mating of filmmaker and material....[A] beautifully considered epic....The grandeur is astonishing..." 12/18/2002 p.E1

USA Today
"...Visually dazzling....The RINGS movies are among the most breathtaking achievements in recent cinematic history..." 12/17/2002 p.1D

"...In some respects a more impressive film than its well-received predecessor. Marked by nonstop conflict that Akira Kurosawa would have envied..." 12/02/2002 p.42

Rolling Stone
"...Jackson keeps the action percolating. The effects astonish..." 01/23/2003 p.76

Film Comment
"...Peter Jackson has pulled out all the stops....Jackson and his team of homegrown artisans have created an exciting form of digital epic filmmaking..." 01/01/2003 p.74

Box Office
"...The visuals are a real treat; everyone and everything -- particularly the landscape -- looks and feels just right..." 03/01/2003 p.60

Sight and Sound
"...THE LORD OF THE RINGS so far stands among the best adaptations of a major work of fantasy ever managed by the cinema..." 02/01/2003 p.50-1

ReelViews 10 of 10
In nearly every way that counts, The Two Towers is The Fellowship of the Ring's equal. In terms of tone, pacing, character development, plot advancement, and visual splendor, there is no drop-off. More importantly, the continuity is seamless...allowing a viewer familiar with the first movie to flow effortlessly into the second. Of course, therein lies a drawback, as well. The Two Towers cannot stand on its own. Familiarity with The Fellowship of the Ring is not just advisable, it is mandatory. Anyone attempting to watch The Two Towers without having seen (or read) the first installment is headed for confusion and disillusionment...The Two Towers starts out a little slowly, but the rousing second half, which gathers momentum like a boulder racing downhill, will leave audiences craving more when the end credits roll. Combined, The Fellowship of the Ring and The Two Towers represent one of the most engrossing and engaging six-hour segments of cinema I have ever enjoyed. If the final third of the puzzle is the equal of the first two, this will go down as one of the crowning achievements of cinema. Like its predecessor, The Two Towers is a great motion picture, and not to be missed by anyone who appreciates fantasy adventure. - James Berardinelli 10 of 10
...while Two Towers' imagery is true to Tolkien's Middle-earth, there are several story changes which have purists grumbling. The most jarring for this reviewer was the portrayal of Faramir (David Wenham), the brother of fallen Fellowship member Boromir (the sorely missed Sean Bean). When he encounters Frodo in the book, he's downright nice to the poor fellow; in the film, Faramir is as power-mad as his brother, tying up the hobbits and threatening to take the ring for himself...The film's other main shortcoming is its pace. Although the build-up to Helm's Deep is methodical, the rest of Two Towers feels rushed...However, these faults are dwarfed by Two Towers' achievements. Visually breathtaking, viscerally exciting, and dramatically moving, it's the very definition of epic adventure. Jackson has always said that The Lord of the Rings isn't so much a trilogy as it is a nine-hour film, and Rings-lovers who take the time to watch Fellowship before seeing Towers will find the transition seamless. Helping to no end are the cast's performances, which deliver vital dramatic continuity, and no star shines brighter than Mortensen as Aragorn. - Tor Thorsen

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