The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (1/8) Movie CLIP – The Way of Pain (2001) HD

The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (1/8) Movie CLIP – The Way of Pain (2001) HD

When did saruman the wise Abandon reason for madness? Yaaaah! I gave you the chance
of aiding me willingly, But you have elected
the way of pain! [thud]

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  1. "i gave you the chance of aiding me willingly,
    but you have elected the way of PAIN!!!!"
    Epic Christopher Lee is epic

  2. How come no one ever includes the part just before this when Gandalf and Saruman are walking together? I want to see that.

  3. The fact that this is called the Way of Pain is hilarious since when you close your eyes during the fight scene it sounds like two old guys having sex.

  4. To all Lord of the Rings fans! Do we want this movie back in the theaters again? Do we want to feel they joy that we had back then? Do we want the nostalgia back in our souls? Do we want to make more people happy for what we have had back then? If The Titanic will reappear in 3D why not as well The Lord of the Rings? If you love this amazing movie, post it on every LOTR video to announce that this saga is NOT DEAD.  IT SHALL NOT KNOW THIS TERM! Who is with me?COME, ON! LETS GET THIS THING ROLLING RIGHT NOW! SPREAD THE WORD! POST THIS EVERYWHERE SO EVERY TOLKIENITE MAY SEE IT! MIDDLE EARTH WILL SEE THEATERS AGAIN, ONE LAST TIME!! ps:this is not a comentary by me.

  5. Top grossing 'L' movies:
    1. The Lion King (2019)
    2. The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King
    3. The Lion King
    4. The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
    5. The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
    6. Logan
    7. The Lost World: Jurassic Park
    8. Life of Pi
    9. The Lego Movie
    10. Lucy

  6. Saruman





    Saruman the White
    Saruman the Wise
    The White Wizard
    Man of Skill
    The White Messenger
    Saruman of Many Colours
    Lord Saruman


    The Lord of the Rings


    Head of the White Council (formerly).

    Chief of the Istari.
    Lord of Isengard.
    Servant of Sauron.


    Immense magical powers.

    Completely compelling voice.
    Very high intelligence.
    Commanding vast armies of orcs.
    Energy blasts.
    Divine authority over the Istari (formerly).


    Creating Uruk-hai and war machines.

    Using the Palantír.


    Aid Sauron in his conquest (failed).

    Betray (succeeded) and kill Gandalf (failed).
    Destroy Rohan (failed).
    Supplant Sauron and rule Middle-earth (failed).


    Ecocide across Isengard

    Mass murder
    Dark magic


    Power-Hungry Traitor

    "The world is changing. Who now has the strength to stand against the armies of Isengard and Mordor? To stand against the might of Sauron and Saruman and the union of the Two Towers? Together, my Lord Sauron, we shall rule this Middle-earth. The Old World will burn in the fires of industry, the forests will fall. A new order will rise! We will drive the machine of war with the sword and the spear and the iron fist of the Orc. We have only to remove those who oppose us…" – SARUMAN TO SAURON.

    "There will be no dawn… for men." – SARUMAN.

    Saruman the White is the secondary antagonist of the 1937 fantasy novel The Lord of the Rings​ by the late J.R.R Tolkien, and the secondary antagonist of Peter Jackson's live action film trilogy adaptation of the novels. He is the secondary antagonist of The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, the central antagonist of The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, before finally meeting his end as a minor antagonist in The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King. In The Hobbit trilogy, Saruman appeared as a minor protagonist in The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey and The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies.

    He is a powerful wizard who is corrupted by Sauron and serves as his chief lieutenant during the War of the Ring. He is eventually defeated, however, and murdered by his henchman Gríma Wormtongue.

    In Peter Jackson's Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit film trilogies, he was portrayed by the late Christopher Lee, who also played Dracula in hammer Studios' Dracula films, King Haggard in The Last Unicorn, Francisco Scaramanga in The Man With the Golden Gun, Lord Summerisle in The Wicker Man and Count Dooku in the Star Wars prequel films.

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