The long-awaited series “The Rings of Power”, or “The Rings of Power”, which is the latest part of “The Lord of the Rings” or “The Lord of the Rings”, has won wide praise from television critics, considering it a masterpiece, with the admiration of most of those who watched it. With the story plot, the visual technical aspects and the cinematography of the first two episodes.
The series is based on the appendices to the original “Lord of the Rings” novels by J.R.R. Tolkien. It takes place thousands of years before the events of the novels and films “The Hobbit” and “The Lord of the Rings”.
The series, which explores the Second Age of Middle-earth as envisioned by author Tolkien, revolves around the story of the formation of the Rings and an alliance between elves and humans to fight an ancient evil. It is produced by “Prime Video”, a subsidiary of “Amazon”.
The series, which first aired on the streaming service last Friday, received an 84% positive rating on Rotten Tomatoes, out of 136 first-timers to comment on its first two episodes.
“I watched this series and I was skeptical,” said Eric Kane of “Forbes”, but after the first two episodes, I became “certain” of the value of the work.
He added: “What show creators Patrick McKay and J.D. Payne have created is simply astonishing in scope and scale, natural beauty and splendor…it is nothing short of a masterpiece.”
While many critics shared Kane’s enthusiasm, few who watched the series liked the series.
Darren French of Entertainment Wiki thinks there are “methods of making soap operas about past events” and says Rings of Power does it wrong.
The series has an 84% positive rating on Rotten Tomatoes.
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