The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers Movie Review :
Grabbing basically where Fellowship left off, this is an impressively darker film, with Frodo (Wood) falling further affected by the Ring (offering ascend to some genuinely spooky pipedreams), while Saruman (Christopher Lee) wreaks much more destruction. There’s additionally the primary appearance of Saruman’s spy, the evil Wormtongue (Brad Dourif), and the complex Gollum, a splendid blend of PC dishonesty and rough vocals from Andy Serkis (the battle for a Best Supporting Actor Oscar begins here).
Different newcomers incorporate Faramir (David Wenham), the justifiably miffed sibling of the as of late perished Boromir, and Éowyn (Miranda Otto), who invests quite a bit of her energy throwing winsome looks in the general heading of Aragorn (Mortensen). In the long run the plot complexities turn out to be more reasonable, setting the activity up for the anticipated finale, The Return Of The King.