Tag Archives: lord of the rings

Are film versions better than the books?

The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo is the latest book to be turned into a film. Photo: Sony Pictures

The latest in a long line of books to be converted in films is The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo, but is the film version better or should it have stayed as books? Helen Underwood investigates.

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Culture Diet: Coming up at the Theatre Royal

Charles Ross will be tackling the entire LOTR saga in Lincoln later this month. Photo: Lisa Hebden

This week we’re bringing you the perfect balance of culture from around the city. Today we share some highlights from the Theatre Royal.

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Charles Ross brings LOTR to The Shire

Charles Ross will be tackling the entire LOTR saga in Lincoln later this month. Photo: Lisa Hebden

An epic trilogy of films condensed down into one performance, by one man, for one hour. Charles Ross brings his One Man Lord Of The Rings to Lincoln.

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Film review: The Lovely Bones

Rachel Weisz as Suzie Salmon in The Lovely Bones. Photo: IMDB

The Lovely Bones is a picturesque film based around the life after Susie Salmon’s death. Filled with decisions and vengeance, Joel Murray reviews the latest from director Peter Jackson.

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