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Het officiële souvenirboek vol kleurenfoto's, interessante weetjes en achtergrondinformatie van wat de belangrijkste filmtrilogie van het decennium zal worden. Het officiële souvenirboek vol kleurenfoto's, interessante weetjes en achtergrondinformatie van wat de belangrijkste filmtrilogie van het decennium zal worden.


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Het officiële souvenirboek vol kleurenfoto's, interessante weetjes en achtergrondinformatie van wat de belangrijkste filmtrilogie van het decennium zal worden. Het officiële souvenirboek vol kleurenfoto's, interessante weetjes en achtergrondinformatie van wat de belangrijkste filmtrilogie van het decennium zal worden.

30 review for In de Ban van de Ring - Het Officiële Filmboek

  1. 5 out of 5

    Mikayla

    A bit more detail on the actors and locations especially would have been appreciated but nonetheless, it is still a great guide for any LOTR fan (like me!!!)

  2. 4 out of 5

    Justiina (vuosisadantarina)

    Oikein viihyttävä ja nopeelukuinen katsaus Sormusten herra -elokuvatrilogian tekoon. Paljon mielenkiintoisia yksityiskohtia, erityisesti Tolkienin tarinoiden maineikkaimpien kuvittajien puheenvuorot olivat kiinnostavia - ja ylipäätään heidän roolinsa elokuvien teossa. Vähän olisin silti kaivannut enemmän konkretiaa ja syvemmälle pureutumista koko kirjalta.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Sandi (Zorena)

    Not one mention of Gollum which makes this worth only one star.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Kiri

    Fun collection of background and behind-the-scenes info about the Fellowship of the Ring movie (not the whole trilogy). I enjoyed reading about the efforts to bring this story to the big screen and especially the insights into Peter Jackson's thoughts and methods. I was charmed to learn that he was born in New Zealand and that he first read the Lord of the Rings on a long train journey from Wellington to Auckland (the same one I'll do in March!). There are actor/character profiles for the star-s Fun collection of background and behind-the-scenes info about the Fellowship of the Ring movie (not the whole trilogy). I enjoyed reading about the efforts to bring this story to the big screen and especially the insights into Peter Jackson's thoughts and methods. I was charmed to learn that he was born in New Zealand and that he first read the Lord of the Rings on a long train journey from Wellington to Auckland (the same one I'll do in March!). There are actor/character profiles for the star-studded cast with other neat bits about what each person enjoyed most about filming this movie and the camaraderie that grew up between them. This book came out before the second two movies were released (although they were filmed simultaneously), so there are some rather amusing mysterious comments about what's to come in The Two Towers (ooooh!). :)

  5. 5 out of 5

    Alex Shrugged

    The is a coffee table book with big, beautiful pictures taken from the movie "The Fellowship of the Ring", but most of the narrative sounds like a tribute to the director, Peter Jackson. I suppose it depends on what you are looking for. I found the information about the making of props and makeup efforts interesting. What I found odd was that the two major women stars of the movie got only scant treatment. Of course, most of the action in the first movie is done by the males, but I noticed the s The is a coffee table book with big, beautiful pictures taken from the movie "The Fellowship of the Ring", but most of the narrative sounds like a tribute to the director, Peter Jackson. I suppose it depends on what you are looking for. I found the information about the making of props and makeup efforts interesting. What I found odd was that the two major women stars of the movie got only scant treatment. Of course, most of the action in the first movie is done by the males, but I noticed the slight. I doubt I will read this book again, but I might leaf through to enjoy the pictures.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Nuno

    A large but short book, I'd recommend it to the fans who want to have as much material regarding the films as possible. It contains some nice pictures and interesting information, mostly on the first film (apparently it was released before "The Two Towers"), along with some commentary by the actors or production people. It's fun to read, but ends very quickly. A large but short book, I'd recommend it to the fans who want to have as much material regarding the films as possible. It contains some nice pictures and interesting information, mostly on the first film (apparently it was released before "The Two Towers"), along with some commentary by the actors or production people. It's fun to read, but ends very quickly.

  7. 4 out of 5

    C♥️

    I admit I forgot completely that I’d actually read this book earlier this year... great visuals, would have liked a bit more information to be honest. Actually really helpful if you’re an art person there are a few great reference images for the landscapes and characters.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Roberta

    For anyone who has seen Jackson's video blog, there is virtually nothing in this book. This is a coffee table size book except it's very thin at only 119 pages. There are some nice color photos of the major actors, some information about the casting, sets, makeup and costumes but the book was produced before any of the movies were released so there were a LOT of things that they couldn't, or didn't want to, show in the book. They mentioned Gollum only to say that he wasn't included in the book a For anyone who has seen Jackson's video blog, there is virtually nothing in this book. This is a coffee table size book except it's very thin at only 119 pages. There are some nice color photos of the major actors, some information about the casting, sets, makeup and costumes but the book was produced before any of the movies were released so there were a LOT of things that they couldn't, or didn't want to, show in the book. They mentioned Gollum only to say that he wasn't included in the book and neither was Andy Serkis. How does the official movie guide totally leave out a major character? There are also some contradictions of later articles and interviews. For example, after filming had started, Stuart Townsend was replaced by Viggo Mortensen and they blamed "creative differences" in the book. But later they claimed that he was too young for the role. All, and I do mean ALL, of the actors' comments are just saying how very very well everyone got along on the set and how much they love each other. Ian McKellen speculates about them all getting tattoos, which apparently they did because there was a photo of them sometime later on Instagram.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Jelka

    Really liked the pictures. The text felt a little bit to surface level and polished. This book reads like it had been created as part of the merchandise for the movies.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Jessika Santulli

    It's fascinating to learn the inside scoop on movie-making, especially the first film in this breathtakingly beautiful trilogy. This book only covers The Fellowship of the Ring, so characters in the second and third films are not mentioned. This book contains a section about the filmmaking from Peter Jackson, comments from each actors, and full page quality color images. A cherished keepsake to read again and again; not just for your coffee table! It's fascinating to learn the inside scoop on movie-making, especially the first film in this breathtakingly beautiful trilogy. This book only covers The Fellowship of the Ring, so characters in the second and third films are not mentioned. This book contains a section about the filmmaking from Peter Jackson, comments from each actors, and full page quality color images. A cherished keepsake to read again and again; not just for your coffee table!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Sara Forsberg

    A lovely book with interviews and full-color pictures from the making of the original LOTR trilogy - the only drawback is that although it's supposedly a complete movie guide to the whole story, this book came out at the same time as the Fellowship of the Ring, and therefore doesn't deal with the other two films much. I did enjoy it, however, especially from the 2012 perspective of just having seen The Hobbit - there is a funny little comment by Peter Jackson in this book where he says with conv A lovely book with interviews and full-color pictures from the making of the original LOTR trilogy - the only drawback is that although it's supposedly a complete movie guide to the whole story, this book came out at the same time as the Fellowship of the Ring, and therefore doesn't deal with the other two films much. I did enjoy it, however, especially from the 2012 perspective of just having seen The Hobbit - there is a funny little comment by Peter Jackson in this book where he says with conviction that he'll never do anything as immense as trying to make three films of this magnitude ever again =).

  12. 5 out of 5

    Sue-Leigh

    This was a high level overview on the making of the Lord of the Rings trilogy, and had some interesting information on how everything from the costuming, scenes, and concepts came together. There were about 30 pages about some of the actors and their relationship with the book, and being cast. I was less interested in what movies they had been in previously, so skipped those paragraphs since I can look them up on IMDB if I really wanted to. I liked seeing the character comparative height chart and This was a high level overview on the making of the Lord of the Rings trilogy, and had some interesting information on how everything from the costuming, scenes, and concepts came together. There were about 30 pages about some of the actors and their relationship with the book, and being cast. I was less interested in what movies they had been in previously, so skipped those paragraphs since I can look them up on IMDB if I really wanted to. I liked seeing the character comparative height chart and reading about how there were stand ins for all the characters, including 7 foot tall stand ins, and how the shire was planted and left to grow for a year to show age.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Lyndsay-ann

    I haven't read the book The Lord of the Rings but the movies are among my favourite. I do intend to read it though one day. Reading this was interesting as it gave a lot of behind the scenes information and about Peter Jackson. It's also interesting in that ot only have I have seen all three Lord of the Rings movies but also all three of The Hobbit movies, which isn't even on anyone's mind yet when this book was written. It would be good to read The hobbit version of this book to learn the though I haven't read the book The Lord of the Rings but the movies are among my favourite. I do intend to read it though one day. Reading this was interesting as it gave a lot of behind the scenes information and about Peter Jackson. It's also interesting in that ot only have I have seen all three Lord of the Rings movies but also all three of The Hobbit movies, which isn't even on anyone's mind yet when this book was written. It would be good to read The hobbit version of this book to learn the thoughts and feeling of the people involved in all these amazing movies and how things have change from one to the other.

  14. 4 out of 5

    LINCCReviews

    A wonderful endeavor for all lovers of cinema, fantasy and fans of the movie itself. I found the anecdotes amusing, the photos breathtaking, and the information fascinating. It also featured a full page on each actor, something that not many books on the topic have. It truly does this monumental film justice by focusing not only on the large scope of the movie-making process but also on the individual journeys of the director and all the collaborators of the film. I highly reccommend it to new r A wonderful endeavor for all lovers of cinema, fantasy and fans of the movie itself. I found the anecdotes amusing, the photos breathtaking, and the information fascinating. It also featured a full page on each actor, something that not many books on the topic have. It truly does this monumental film justice by focusing not only on the large scope of the movie-making process but also on the individual journeys of the director and all the collaborators of the film. I highly reccommend it to new readers as well as long-time fans (like me). (scribbler.x)

  15. 5 out of 5

    Samantha

    This is one of those official movie tie in books, and it's got great photographs, and it reads like a glorified magazine - not to mention that since it came out with the first film, it's missing a lot of information! As a fan of the films I want to know more than what New Line's marketing machine wants me to know as the first film is coming out. It would have been nice if the book told the more complete story of the making of the films, like the Lord of the Films by J.W. Braun. This is one of those official movie tie in books, and it's got great photographs, and it reads like a glorified magazine - not to mention that since it came out with the first film, it's missing a lot of information! As a fan of the films I want to know more than what New Line's marketing machine wants me to know as the first film is coming out. It would have been nice if the book told the more complete story of the making of the films, like the Lord of the Films by J.W. Braun.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Charity U

    Very good. Most interesting. Nice pictures. I love Lord of the Rings and this was a good companion. One disappointment, though, was that it only covered the first movie. :( And no picture of the Mines of Moria, my personal favorite part in that one. Or of the Balrog. But nice, very nice, photos of all the main actors. So. A good one!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Mochizuki

    This book does NOT disappoint. It is loaded with fascinating info about how the fim was made, the actors, the crew, the production, and loaded with glorious color pix. Anyone wanting great background info presented in a beautiful layout will enjoy this book!

  18. 5 out of 5

    Patrick

    Excellent book, very informative, beautiful pictures. A must for any LOTR fan!

  19. 4 out of 5

    Margaret

    A very informative interesting account of how the film was made, the book includes interviews with some of the actors from the film

  20. 5 out of 5

    Evey Morgan

    Para fans de Tolkien

  21. 4 out of 5

    Kaitlin

    Mildly interesting. It only covered Fellowship, so that sort of limited it. But worth the read.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Lucy

    This came out after FOTR, so it is not particularly comprehensive for the entire trilogy, but there are some nice images.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Kathleen Dixon

    This is a sumptious book with gorgeous photos and enough text to accompany each without getting tiresome. Very nicely done.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Alexa

    The Lord of the Rings Official Movie Guide by Brian Sibley (2001)

  25. 4 out of 5

    Natajia

    This was a cooooooool movie guide! It was an easy read and very informative about how they managed to make these freaking epic movies. :D

  26. 4 out of 5

    Sofia

    My first glimpse of the LOTR movies and convinced me that maybe the movies wouldn't be half bad. LOL. My first glimpse of the LOTR movies and convinced me that maybe the movies wouldn't be half bad. LOL.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Erin

    This book is valuable for its artwork and visuals from the film.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Tamra

    Although I liked Brian Sibley's "Making of LOTR" book better than this one because it was more comprehensive, this was a great read too for anybody who is a fan of the movies. Although I liked Brian Sibley's "Making of LOTR" book better than this one because it was more comprehensive, this was a great read too for anybody who is a fan of the movies.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Alice

    Really interesting, and excellent quality pictures and graphic layout too.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Roxie

    Not fiction, but great character profiles.

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