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Review Of “Rings Of Power” Episode 7: The Calm Before The Storm

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Rings Of Power

Rings Of Power

The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power’s seventh episode has the foreboding title “The Eye,” which might indicate a number of negative things. The last episode, “Udûn,” had Adar disclosing his strategy. He and his orcs essentially utilized the river’s water to drive the Orodruin mountain’s magma to erupt, transforming it into Mount Doom as we know it today and converting the nearby woodland into a burnt wasteland of ash. In “The Eye,” the inhabitants of Middle-earth grapple with the eruption’s extensive effects.

The Nmenóreans, Southlanders, and survivors of the conflict flee back to a safer, greener area. The first scene of the episode is one of complete devastation. The awakening of Galadriel (Morfydd Clark) (of course she survived). She is covered in ashy dust. She meets Theo (Tyroe Muhafidin), Bronwyn’s (Nazanin Boniadi) son, and the two of them proceed to the Nmenorean camp together. Isildur (Maxim Baldry) is nowhere to be found, therefore his father Elendil (Lloyd Owen) is furious.

Miriel, the Queen Regent (Cynthia Addai-Robinson), is blind. Everything is in a terrible state. The Nmenoreans, or at least Miriel, pledge to battle Adar once more (and Sauron, wherever he is).

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