Not saddled with character exposition, like the first, or storyline resolution, like the third, the middle installment of the “Lord of the Rings” trilogy has room, instead, to really dig into its story and its characters. And it does so to a surprising degree of depth and heart for a fantasy film; “The Two Towers” explores themes of despair and redemption, while staging some of the most impressive — and nightmare-inducing — battle scenes in cinema.
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